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Candles Festival in Cosala

Candles Festival in Cosala

Sinaloa’s Tourism Secretary invites everybody to join in the Candles Festival at Cosala. The festival is a tradition of more than 300 years in the town that combines historic, religious and touristic elements. Every December 11th at night, electric lights are turned off and thousands of candles are lit on the main streets of the town to highlight

Yalitza Aparicio from Indigenous teacher to red carpet luminary

Yalitza Aparicio from Indigenous teacher to red carpet luminary

Yalitza Aparicio was studying to become a preschool teacher when her sister encouraged her to attend a film audition. A native of Mexico’s Oaxaca region, she had never acted before. When she arrived, Aparicio had no idea what the film was about; even after she landed the role, she didn’t know all the details. But

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  • Greg

    Greg

    To your point, I think the real tipping point was the discovery of the illegal taps made at the stadium…

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  • Mike Sequeira

    Mike Sequeira

    The Stadium is owned by the City of Mazatlan and is "concessioned" out to the Company that owns the Venados…

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  • Steve

    Steve

    Is the stadium being managed by one of Trump's companies? Like the ones that managed his Casinos…

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    Rick

    So sad about the accidental death, everyone needs to be very cautious and never assume driver awareness is common practice…

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