In 1975, the small Quiñones Food Market was near the corner of Wilson and Magnolia in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood next to a beauty shop. Several of the businesses nearby were owned by Hispanics and catered to a large Puerto Rican, Mexican, and Central American population. One person who used to live in this neighborhood had parents that were Puerto Rican and Guatemalan. She joked that she was “Guaterican.”