Mexico’s Olympic Alpine ski uniform

Mexico’s Olympic Alpine ski uniform

This year’s race suit is inspired by Día de los Muertos, after the popular mariachi-themed race suit in 2014 Hubertus Von Hohenlohe, who has been called the world’s most interesting Olympian, and is making his presence felt in PyeongChang. The six-time Olympian designed a race suit for Mexico inspired by Día de los Muertos, or Day

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Against all odds

Against all odds

The Sidney Medina Story Based on a true story… Green mountains rose and fell like giant undulating green waves creating near impenetrable valleys sliced in half by perilous rivers, ravines and steep ridges. Dense jungle made movement slow and tiresome. Military patrols, and swaths of untamed thicket controlled by violent drug gangs, made any journey

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Mexico’s “Guernica”

Mexico’s “Guernica”

Mexican Artist Enrique Chiu Hopes To Unify Two Nations In June 1937 Picasso painted a mural on a giant canvas in protest of the bombing of Guernica, a village in Basque Country, in the northern part of Spain by German Nazi and Italian bombers in support of the Spanish Nationalists during the Spanish Civil War.

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I got tired of watching them die

I got tired of watching them die

The story of Alister MacKenzie – Golf’s Greatest Architect   “Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you.” -Frank Lloyd Wright   A young nineteen-year old civilian medic lay in the brush along a ridge as the sun began to hang low in the sky painting orange and red shadows

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A Country constantly on the move

A Country constantly on the move

The Shifting Tectonic Plates of Mexico Mexico is one of the world’s most seismically active places. And it is Mexico’s location on the planet that is the main reason for this frequent tectonic disturbance. One of the world’s most beautiful countries and a tourist hotspot, about ¾ of the Mexican landmass sits atop the North

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Juggling with chain saws

Juggling with chain saws

Going “Lean,” the challenge that plagues companies from Mexico to Malaysia Is it just a fleeting fad, a proponent for better business or a convenient disguise for an impenetrable greed? Is it a modern day gold fever rivaling and boiling with the intensity of those early Spanish conquistadors to the Americas or is it just

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Mexico’s most misunderstood ingrediente – Part II

Mexico’s most misunderstood ingrediente – Part II

The Habanero and Its Sister Peppers. READ Part I MYTHS AND LORE I came across a great article from Fiery-Foods and Barbeque Magazine written by Dave Dewitt titled “Chili Peppers: Legend and Lore.”  I was intrigued by what I read and kept it in the back of my mind and when the idea to develop

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One-Liners – Recommended book

One-Liners – Recommended book

  One-liners   One-liners are the “set” phrases of the language that have been passed down from generation to generation yet never lose their relevancy nor their punch in our everyday conversations. You will find the phrases in this book to be some of the most interesting, useful, and unforgettable words you will say. Let this Read Full Article
Mexico’s most misunderstood ingredient (Part I)

Mexico’s most misunderstood ingredient (Part I)

The Habanero and Its Sister Peppers.   IN THE HEAT OF PASSION The habanero pepper is the most well known of the C. Chinense species and is considered one of the hottest chili peppers on the face of the planet. Those that eat and cook with them regularly will tell you they are passionate about

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Alaska Airlines to investigate Randi Zuckerberg’s report of sexual harassment on a Mazatlan flight

Alaska Airlines to investigate Randi Zuckerberg’s report of sexual harassment on a Mazatlan flight

Alaska Airlines has launched an investigation into Randi Zuckerberg’s report of a passenger in her row making “repeated lewd sexual remarks” as the flight attendants “brushed off his behavior” and “kept giving him drinks.” The founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media, who previously worked at her brother Mark’s company Facebook, said the person talked to her

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Back into the Limelight

Back into the Limelight

Mazatlan Born Sara Ramirez Returns To Television Tune in Sunday night, November 19th as Mazatlan born Sara Ramirez returns to television after a year and a half hiatus. Her new role will be as political strategist Kat Sandoval in the popular political drama Madam Secretary airing on CBS. Ramirez is best known for her work

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Jaguar cub goes for a walk at La Marina

Jaguar cub goes for a walk at La Marina

Around 7:00 pm residents of La Marina discovered a jaguar cub escaping from a house at Barlovento street and running away into the nearby bushes. Security guards and Bomberos captured the baby jaguar which is just 3 months old. Animal protection officers also went to the place and to investigate if the owner has the

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The Sticks and Stones of Spanish: Name-Calling and Labeling People

The Sticks and Stones of Spanish: Name-Calling and Labeling People

    BUY HERE! The Sticks and Stones of Spanish: Name-Calling and Labeling People  While we are mostly silent or all-too-brief when we say or hear good things about someone, we can have entire conversations and even meet over coffee to gossip and talk trash about people. Sadly, we often don’t use names and labels Read Full Article
In the Twinkle of a rising star

In the Twinkle of a rising star

 On The Tee With Alejandra Llaneza “She would have stayed and fought at Azcapotzalco until the end,” the old timer said. He held his mashie and glanced away from the golf ball sitting down in the rough and seemed to be off in his own reverie, somewhere out across a thousand miles of desert. His

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Mike Herrera & 25 Years of MxPx

Mike Herrera & 25 Years of MxPx

The story behind the founding member/singer/songwriter/bassist of one of Punk Rock’s greatest bands “It’s all the same, same ole town with a different name. That’s fine by me…there’s really no place that I’d rather be.” -Mike Herrera (Lyrics from Southbound) It was Sunday, November 8, 1998, at 8:00 in the evening that I found myself

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