For many households of Mexican descent in the United States, the days following Thanksgiving aren't only about wrapping gifts but also about wrapping tamales.
Wallowing in traffic seems like an enormous waste of time and resources. Yet, what if you could generate a little power during your daily commute? A group of Mexican entrepreneurs have developed a technology that allows electricity to be collected from the
photos by PSquared Photography, words by Andrew Sacher Linda Perhacs @ Mexican Summer 5 One of my personal favorite rediscovered gems from the late '60s/early '70s psych-folk era is Linda Perhacs' Paralellograms, an album quite literally ahead of its time...
Linda Perhacs hasn’t released an album in 44 years, but her one record, Parralellograms, is an outright classic. When I saw her play her first New York show a few months ago at the Mexican Summer Anniversary it was absolutely breathtaking. Perhacs talked about how she was finishing her long awaited sophomore album at the [...]
One of the hard things about finding good Mexican food is that signs typically promise things that are not literally true. The outside promises a pastor cone, but then all they do is grill marinated pork on a flat top. But some places still use a trompo.
Michelle Chen provides a useful overview of the intertwined environmental and humanitarian disaster of American policies toward the Mexican border. She covers several important issues. To excerpt from her introduction: The parts of the border that take the form of an actual, physical barrier are an intrusion on the landscape, an eyesore to many — [...]
Would you believe there is more than one horchata-plus-rum liqueur on the market? It’s true. Velvet Cinn is Cruzan’s spin on a spiked version of the classic Mexican rice-meets-almond-meets-cinnamon beverage. The almondy nuttiness comes through clearly on the nose here, … Continue reading ?
Growing up in Mexico, I had a very rudimentary understanding of religion and religious diversity. While the national census showed that about 80% of Mexicans practiced Catholicism, I was raised an atheist. My parents, born Catholics, had left religion during their teenage years for various reasons. My paternal grandfather (who was never really religious either) [Read More...]
'El Bueno, la Mala y el Feo' (The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly) will blend regional Mexican music and banter by three hosts. In a move aimed at recapturing past ratings glory, Univision Communications Inc. has unveiled a new morning radio...Show More Summary
In a move aimed at recapturing past ratings glory, Univision Radio has unveiled a new morning show called “El Bueno, La Mala y El Feo” (The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly), which emphasizes popular Regional Mexican music and banter by a trio of hosts.
Did you hear the one about the porn starlet who went to Mexico with Charlie Sheen for Thanksgiving? She bit off more than she could chew, LOLz! Turkey, we mean, of course — a gal in her line of work knows better than to use teeth on a warlock's wish-boner!!! Charlie's and his belle de jour Brett Rossi [...]
It looks like ensuring a sixth straight World Cup appearance was good enough to get Miguel Herrera the long-term nod as the Mexican national soccer team manager. Mexico soccer writer Tom Marshall reported Monday evening that Eli TriShow More Summary
Jesus Valentin Fuentes, Kiontay Kyare Pennington, Oscar Cosme, and Adron Herschel Tancil, members of a Chicago area gang with a relationship to a Mexican drug cartel, have been indicted for numerous charges, including murder and kidnapping the children of a rival to exact revenge for a drug deal gone bad. Show More Summary
(Reuters) - A federal grand jury in Texas has charged a former governor in Mexico's ruling party with drug smuggling, bank fraud, racketeering, money laundering and working with drug cartels, according to an indictment unsealed on Monday.
In a strip mall just south of Los Angeles, the Universidad de Colima — a school headquartered in the Mexican… READ MORE The post Broadening Educational Horizons: Mexican Universities in the U.S. appeared first on Affordable Schools Online.
by Sofia Vazquez-Mellado November 29, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – As the Mexican senate debates the creation of homosexual “marriage,” the country’s media are trumpeting a survey that claims to show shows that the majority Mexicans are in favor of legalizing such unions. However, Juan Dabdoub, president…
As Florida’s strawberry season ramps up production, the state’s grower-shippers are considering how they can better compete against Mexican berries.
Tasty Persimmon Margaritas make a perfect fall cocktail, a recipe combining persimmon, lime & Mexican tequila!
We all should have seen this coming. Domino's results are looking more and more like those of Chipotle Mexican Grill and Buffalo Wild Wings with each passing quarter.
The Mexican electorate weighs in one year after President Enrique Peña Nieto's government took power.