Mexico pride march poses questions for leftist presidency favorite

Mexico pride march poses questions for leftist presidency favorite

Tens of thousands of gay rights supporters marched through Mexico City on Saturday with both hope and some nagging doubts about the prospect of a presidential election victory by leftist front-runner Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador next weekend. Revelers sporting gaudy outfits and everyday garb waved rainbow flags and the Mexican national colors on the capital’s

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World Cup 2018 – Mexico advances to the round of 16!

World Cup 2018 – Mexico advances to the round of 16!

It was imperative that El Tri come out with the same intensity as they had against Germany. South Korea, a very good and physical team had no intentions of laying down for the exciting Mexican club. Mexico began the game dominating early controlling possession and keeping it mostly in S. Korea’s field though shots on

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Mad Science – The Fountain of Youth for the Mexican Avocado Industry

Mad Science – The Fountain of Youth for the Mexican Avocado Industry

Just when you thought the McDonalds hamburger was the only “edible,”food that you could sit on a counter-top for days and days without the least bit of deterioration, a company called Apeel Sciences claim they have invented a “natural,” solution that when sprayed on an avocado will allow it to stay ripe and survive longer

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Running with the Devil

Running with the Devil

The story of troubled author William S. Burroughs on the lam in Mexico Writer, infamous drug addict, decadent and derelict- William S. Burroughs author of such obscene literary classics as “Naked Lunch,” and “Junky,” arrived in Mexico City in 1949 not as a sightseeing tourist or visiting lecturer, but a fugitive on the lam, running

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World Cup 2018: Mexico in Shocking win over Germany!

World Cup 2018: Mexico in Shocking win over Germany!

“Hernandez leads it, to Lozano…cutting…looking…shooting…Lozano! Goal! Mexico Leads!” was the Fox News Broadcast at 34:34 in the first half. The Mexican fans euphoric and the German faithful stunned. Sunday was redemption for coach Juan Carlos Osorio and his team as El Tri defeated Germany 1-0 to take the early lead in Group F at the

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2026 World Cup Bid awarded to North America

2026 World Cup Bid awarded to North America

The last time the world cup came to North America- China had just gotten the internet, the Zapatista Army began its war in Chiapas, Edvard Munch’s painting “The Scream,” was stolen in Oslo and the exchange rate correction of the Mexican peso to the U.S. dollar sent the global market into a tizzy when Mexico’s

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Anthony Bourdain – A painful reminder

Anthony Bourdain – A painful reminder

Celebrity Chef and writer dies at 61 In his career he had traveled to Mexico numerous times. His outlaw persona of a drug-loving rebel without a cause while harboring a very sensitive side in terms of trying to relate and understand the cultural struggles and nuances of the people and places he visited made him

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John Kelly fails English and History

John Kelly fails English and History

“They don’t speak English. They don’t integrate well.” This is how John Kelly, Donald Trump’s Chief of Staff, described his reasons for the need to block Mexican immigrants from coming into the US. Kelly’s great-grandparents came from Ireland but on his mother’s side they hailed from Avellino, Italy. Little is known about their linguistic abilities,

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The great art of suffering

The great art of suffering

The story starts in the city of Cuernavaca, once an ancient collection of dusty cantinas, brothels, gambling dens, and Catholic churches sitting perilously between the alternating shadows of two dormant volcanoes. If ever there was a place for a legendary alcoholic to drink himself into oblivion, Cuernavaca was it. In the late 1930s there was

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La Costa de Mala Pelea and the Battle that Changed Mexico Forever

La Costa de Mala Pelea and the Battle that Changed Mexico Forever

  “Then they attacked us hand-to-hand, some with lances and some shooting arrows, and others with their two-handed cutting swords. Though we fought back with swords and muskets and crossbows they brought us to a bad pass…Our captain was hit by ten arrows, and I by three, one of which gave me a dangerous wound

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U.S.-Mexico-Canada joint bid submits application to host 2026 World Cup

U.S.-Mexico-Canada joint bid submits application to host 2026 World Cup

The United States, Mexico and Canada formally submitted their joint bid to host the 2026 World Cup on Friday, as did fellow hopefuls Morocco. The deadline has now passed for any other countries to submit a bid, with FIFA due to vote on a winner on June 13. FIFA president Gianni Infantino said: “We have

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Frida Kahlo Barbie

Frida Kahlo Barbie

Toy-maker Mattel was in a dispute with a distant relative of the late Mexican artist Frida Kahlo over rights to a Frida Barbie doll released as part of the company’s Inspiring Women series. Kahlo’s great-niece Mara de Anda Romeo said Mattel doesn’t have the rights to use Kahlo’s image. Pablo Sangri, a lawyer for de Anda Romeo,

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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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