Just like Americans have put their own spin on St. Patrick’s Day, making it more popular in the U.S. than in Ireland, Cinco de Mayo seems to have morphed into day filled with tequila shots and Mexican food. But, the holiday does commemorate a significant day in Mexico’s history. History of Cinco de Mayo
About Dianna Rose
Dianna has been with Warm 106,9 hosting on Sundays since March 2012. She's been on the air in Seattle since 1999, when she moved up from LA to become Music Director/on-air at Smooth Jazz KWJZ. She's also a voice-over artist, travel enthusiast, vegan and passionate about animal causes, is studying for a Masters in Music Therapy and Mental Health Counseling, and a devoted mother to her son.
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