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As Mexico continues to struggle with a slow-growing economy and a rise in unemployment thanks to automation, savvy individuals are beginning to launch their own micro-businesses to fight back and make a living for themselves. Indeed, entrepreneurship has been on the rise in Mexico, and across Latin America, with more affordable connectivity and technology playing...
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As violent crime overtakes Mexico, one small town seems to have things figured out. They discovered that the root of all their problems was the politicians and they kicked them out. Not only that, but they’ve also banned elections and gathered up all political propaganda. Politics have been eradicated and so has the crime. They...
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Every Olympic Games is notable is one way or another, but the Mexico City 1968 Olympic Games was a pivotal point in athletics history. After getting underway on 13 October, during the eight days of athletics in the Mexican capital records tumbled with an astonishing frequency but the Games – and in no sport more...
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Despite Love for Pet Dogs, Mexico Has Highest Number of Stray Dogs in Latin America
Pet dogs are extremely popular in Mexico. In the evenings the parks of Mexico City are teeming with dog walkers often stopping to chat with other owners they only know through a shared passion for their pets. But there is a dark side to this picture of harmony between man and his best friend. According...
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Roasted Squid, by Way of Mexico
All I know is I went to the fishmonger, who had some beautiful small squid, and suddenly an urge came over me: I had to take them home and give them a Mexican twist. It was a little funny to head in a south-of-the-border culinary direction, because, for some reason, I didn’t usually associate squid...
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‘Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat’ Recap: Samin Heads to Mexico for a Study in Citrus
In the third episode of Samin Nosrat ’s new Netflix series Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat , the chef and author heads down to the Yucatán region of Mexico to learn about how to harness the power of acid. Early in the episode, Nosrat notes that acid “does the absolutely necessary job of balancing flavors, which...
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Thompson to Open New Zihuatanejo Hotel
Luxury lifestyle brand Thompson Hotels will debut its newest luxury resort in Zihuatanejo, Mexico, in late 2018, following a repositioning and extensive redesign. Located oceanfront along Playa La Ropa on Mexico’s Pacific Coast, Thompson Zihuatanejo will have 54 suites, multiple food & beverage experiences, and three distinct pools, all inspired by the natural scenery of...
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Best things to do in Mazatlán, Mexico
For many, the words “vacation in Mazatlán” provoke an idea of the heyday holidays of the ’70s, of cocktails decorated with umbrellas in the Golden Zone and hotels called Paradise frequented by the movie stars of the time. While Mazatlán has spent many years perhaps dreaming of the old travel days before the Riviera Maya...
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In Mexico City, a Restaurant Draws Locally and From 10,000 Miles Away
Despite being almost 10,000 miles apart, Mexico and India have surprising similarities when it comes to food. The chefs Norma Listman and Saqib Keval discovered exactly that one night in Mexico City, when they created a menu for a friend’s dinner party. The result is what may be the capital’s most inventive new restaurant, Masala...
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United States, Canada, Mexico could form combined league after 2026 World Cup
A combined North American football league between Canada, Mexico and the United States could be the main legacy of the 2026 World Cup, the president of the Mexican top-flight division Enrique Bonilla said on Wednesday. The “United 2026” bid — a combination of the three nations — beat Morocco in the vote at FIFA’s Congress...
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For the second time since his July 1 electoral victory, Mexican President-Elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador said publicly that his administration will not allow hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, to extract oil and gas. The comments, which López Obrador made to local reporters on Friday after a meeting with San Luís Potosí state governor Juan Manuel...
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Monarch butterflies fluttering around the Big Country on their way to Mexico
As the seasons begin to change and colder weather draws closer, people may be starting to see more butterflies in the air around the Big Country. Monarch butterflies have started their migration down south to Mexico and are currently fluttering around the Big Country. During the warmer months of spring and summer, Monarch butterflies are...
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How to Eat Well as a Vegan in Mexico
Vegan tacos? In Mexico?? Seriously?? Absolutely! And those can be found on virtually any block. You just need to know what to look for. The last time my husband, Alejandro, and I traveled to Mexico as vegans, it was a short trip and we spent most of our time with family and friends. That was...
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The Gay Men's Chorus of Mexico City fought immigration scrutiny to bring their songs to L.A.
On Sunday morning a group of men traveling from Mexico City to Los Angeles were held up temporarily by the Department of Homeland Security as they moved through customs and immigration at Houston’s William P. Hobby Airport. The travelers are members of the Coro Gay Ciudad de México (Gay Men’s Chorus of Mexico City). In...
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A lack of insurance is leading more Americans to have weight loss surgery in Mexico
For as long as she could remember, Tatum Hosea made the same birthday wish: “I just wanted to be skinny,” she said. She tried a series of workout plans and diets, developing bulimia in a bid to achieve her goal. Still, the thinness Hosea desired eluded her, and her weight ultimately crept up to more...
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