|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.
|Mexicans Celebrate Heritage at Mesoamerican Games|
Teams from Mexico and Belize gathered in the pre-Hispanic city of Teotihuacan on Saturday, to play a variation of a pre-historic Mesoamerican ballgame Ulama, where a player’s hips are more important than their feet.
|Explore Mexico City's Clubbing Underworld with Buzzy Record Label N.A.A.F.I.|
Mexico City isn’t the most obvious metropolitan hotspot within the club music landscape, but something is happening deep within the city that’s garnering substantial traction among underground electronic communities all over the globe.
|Mexican Church Pairs Jesus and Avengers for Easter|
A church in Mexico is promoting some of its upcoming Easter celebrations with a bit of flair: putting Jesus Christ side-by-side with Iron Man and Captain America.
|Don Henley, Santana, Steve Miller, Roger Daltrey & More Set for Rock Getaway in Mexico|
A galaxy of classic rock stars are lined up for the Rock Getaway Festival at the Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya in Mexico from Oct. 26-Nov. 5.
|Ice Cream Shop for Dogs Gets Tails Wagging in CDMX|
Dogs with a sweet tooth can now satisfy their cravings at a Mexico City ice cream shop which serves up frozen treats specifically made for animals.
|Mexican Drug Lord 'El Chapo' Gets Own Miniseries, Made in Colombia|
The Associated Press
While the real Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman is locked up in New York, his fictional counterpart is free and in top form in Colombia, where the Univision network and Netflix are filming a television series about his life.
|'Forbidden Shore' Is LatAm Music You Haven't Heard|
If there is one film that can serve as a metaphor for how little the world knows about Cuba, Latin America, and the rest of the region, it’s "The Forbidden Shore," a marvelous documentary that introduces the world to forty Cuban artists.
|Behind the Mask: Third Gender Defies Image of Macho Mexico in a Zapotec Community|
The image of biologically male people dancing while dressed in the traditional, colorful attire of Juchiteca females stands in sharp contrast to the prevailing view of Mexico as the land of charros, machismo, and unbridled ranchero masculinity.
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