New Urban Legend Involving A Gallo Has Tejanos Crapping their Calzones

By CHICO REYES, Associated Press Writer

AUSTIN August 4, 2014

WARNING: Readers are asked not to try this at home. Any calzones that are damaged as a result of this will not be replaced.

La Llorona and Bloody Mary may be feeling some competition throughout Latino communities in Texas as a new urban legend involving a rooster, called gallo in Spanish, is making headlines. The urban myth people are talking about has to do with Ramon Ayala’s lost song called El Gallo Copeton. Continue reading


‘¡Ajúa!’ to Replace ‘Om’ in Latino Yoga Circles?

By CHICO REYES, Associated Press Writer

AUSTIN November 22, 2013

Egos are butting in the yoga community after yoga practitioner and Linguist at the prestigious linguisticPOZOLE Institute, Paco Reyes, discovered that the sound ¡Ajúa! invokes the same spiritual energy as the mantra Om used in yoga. Continue reading