Judith Fein Archive
Published September 05, 2013
With Catholicism waning, Latin Americans are turning to Judaism to seek answers to religious quandaries.
Published June 05, 2013
Drenched in rich history, Colombia's Villa de Leyva is poised to become the next Antigua, Guatemala.
Published April 30, 2013
The charismatic cocaine kingpin Pablo Escobar is now the subject of one of Colombia's most unusual tours.
Published November 28, 2012
The Canary Islands are a Spanish volcanic archipelago off the northwest coast of Africa, where visitors are mainly drawn by the sun, sea, beaches, and the magnificent Teide National Park.
Published July 24, 2012
New Mexico's Spanish Market, which takes people through Hispanic culture's artistic history, is now the largest of its kind in the U.S.
Published April 08, 2012
Easter ceremonies of the Yaqui Tribe have been a part of Arizona history for decades.
Published April 06, 2012
The 12 ingredients in fanseca may represent the 12 Apostles, or the 12 tribes of Israel. Or not.
Published March 06, 2012
A behind-the-scenes look at the personal side of a carnival in Latin America, when the region explodes in a riot of color, costumes, parades, floats, music, dance and raucous partying.