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Vivian Cabrera is an assistant editor for digital media at America. 
Faith Faith in Focus
Vivian CabreraOctober 31, 2019
This Day of the Dead, I made two loaves of bread: one to share with colleagues and the less pretty one for myself and my grandpa to share over a cup of cafecito.
Arts & Culture Last Take
Vivian CabreraOctober 25, 2019
The Houston Astros may be down one game in the World Series, but America assistant editor Vivian Cabrera is a true believer.
Arts & Culture Music
Vivian CabreraAugust 30, 2019
Our music superstars sounded and looked a little bit different, one woman, in particular. She was known as La Reina del Tex Mex, the Queen of Tejano music: Selena Quintanilla.
Arts & Culture Books
Vivian CabreraJune 21, 2019
I surveyed America editors and staff to get a list of titles they would recommend for a quick summer read—or perhaps lengthy reading project.
Arts & Culture Ideas
Vivian CabreraMay 03, 2019
I used to get angry that people didn’t really know the Mexico I knew and loved. Angry at everyone who donned the sombreros and ate Taco Bell and shouted “Happy Cinco de Mayo!”
Faith Faith in Focus
Vivian CabreraApril 12, 2019
The final design of the graffiti mural, along with the choice of artist to paint it, were great ways to highlight the bold moves the university was making.
Faith Faith in Focus
Vivian CabreraDecember 21, 2018
Growing up in a Mexican-American household in the southern United States, we didn’t have snow days. What we did have were tamales. Lots and lots of tamales.
Arts & Culture Culture
Vivian CabreraDecember 17, 2018
We hope this helps all you last-minute shoppers. And, don’t worry: You can also use this list as a last-minute gift guide Feast of the Epiphany (we won’t tell).
Community Faith
Vivian CabreraNovember 29, 2018
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Arts & Culture Television
Vivian CabreraNovember 16, 2018
In "The Tacos of Texas," Mando Rayo and Jarod Neece explore Texas through the eyes of the taqueros, chefs, owners and abuelitas (“grannies”) responsible for taco culture.