|Death Cult and Drug Cartels Collide in ’Pacific Reaper’|
Acapulco detective Emilia Cruz confronts a death-worshiping cult in PACIFIC REAPER, the fifth novel in the series that takes you inside Mexico’s drug wars with a fearless style and an unforgettable woman.
|Late-Night TV Hosts Discuss Trump's Barrage of Problems as He Reaches 100th Day in Office|
Comics, including Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert, discuss the problems facing the president and his latest feud with Canada.
|Meet Mahuana, the Most Famous Indigent in Tijuana|
The Fulano Forum
There are those who say she was a normal woman, no so beautiful with a not so good body and that she worked as a nanny until she fell into alcoholism, which made her homeless, as so many other people in Tijuana.
|Chicano Batman: A Sound and Vision That Could Only Come from Los Angeles|
All Things Considered
A band from the fertile Latin alternative scene in Los Angeles is poised to break out in a big way. Their sound is laid-back lounge grooves, R&B with flavors from Mexico or Brazil and a funky swagger. Even their name is unforgettable: Chicano Batman.
|Mexican Writer Valeria Luiselli on Child Refugees|
As President Trump continues to vow a crackdown against immigration and immigrants living inside the United States, we turn to a new book described by the Texas Observer as "the First Must-Read Book of the Trump Era."
|Ex-Convict and US Deportee Beats Odds to Become Mexico's Superstar Chef|
It’s the tale of a convicted felon and ex-migrant worker, deported from the U.S., but there’s more to Eduardo Garcia’s story than meets the eye.
|What's the Difference Between Tequila and Mezcal?|
Mezcal is gaining ground on tequila in American bars. While the two Mexican spirits are both made from agave, that’s where the similarities end. Here are the key differences between these two spirits.
|World Circus Day Festival to Be Celebrated in Mexico City with 12-Hour Show|
For 12 continuous hours, circus art directors from Mexico and other countries, will meet in Mexico City on April 22, to celebrate World Circus Day.
|Faking Your Own Death Isn't as Easy as It Seems|
Faking your own death might sound like a good idea in theory, but the reality is much more difficult to swallow.
|Presidents' Effigies Burned During Traditional Mexican 'Burning of Judas' Celebrations|
As part of a traditional Mexico City ritual, sculptures of the US and Mexican Presidents were burned alongside models of Judas Iscariot and other figures symbolizing evil and treachery.
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