|Chefs Add Modern Touch to Mayan Food|
Visitors to Mexicos Yucatan peninsula, may have come for the ancient Mayan ruins or Playa del Carmen resorts, but they are often surprised to find tacos and burritos to be upstaged by the fuller flavors of local dishes. Chef Brent Marsh can easily identify what makes Yucatecan cuisine distinct.
|Reality Through Storefront Windows|
What San Juan sees in the storefront windows of the Historical Centers packed and chaotic environment is the subject of his latest photography exhibit, Urbes Imaginarias (Imaginary Metropolis), located at the Museo Archivo de la Fotografia.
|Narco-Themed Works Explore Toll of Drug Use in the U.S. on Mexico|
Timboctou, a bilingual, multimedia piece by the precocious 27-year-old Mexican playwright Alejandro Ricano, is one of a proliferating number of plays, movies and television series that address the volatile and complex subject of Mexican narco-terrorism.
|Mexican City Bans Tigres Del Norte For Drug Songs|
The capital of the Mexican state of Chihuahua has banned Los Tigres del Norte from playing in the city after the popular norteno band played ballads glorifying drug traffickers during a weekend concert.
|1935 Mural in Morelia Undergoes Restoration Thanks to U.S. Interest|
Hidden behind a false wall for almost 40 years, a 1024 square foot mural by renowned artists Philip Guston and Reuben Kadish, captured the attention of New York artist Leah Poller, who dedicated 10 years to bringing attention to this major work, which is finally undergoing restoration.
|Tequila Warming Hearts of American Visitors|
Mexicans are proud of many things, but if there is one thing that stands out for them, it is their national drink. Especially U.S. tourists seem to like it and the number of tequila-induced visits is increasing.
|Reality at the Scan of a Barcode|
Look on the back of pretty much any product you own, whether a book, a movie, a bottle of water, a sandwich wrapper or a stick of deodorant, and you will find one reoccurring trend: the presence of a barcode. Thats why Liliana Duering, an Argentine painter and set designer jumped on the idea for an art exhibition.
|Mexicana Flight Attendants Turned Calendar Girls Feud after Success|
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Left unemployed by the Mexicana Airline bankruptcy, 10 employees banded together for a sexy calendar that became a sensation. But success comes at a price, and 7 of the original band have fallen away.
|Far From Fading, Mexico Son Huasteco Style Flares|
More than 40 years ago, four friends - three scientists and one musician - went to the Huasteca region in Northeastern Mexico in search of music they wanted to record for their own enjoyment. Now, some of their work has been released on a two-CD compilation titled El Gusto.
|Fil-Mexican Jessica Sanchez Picked To Win Idol Season 11|
The Filipino-Mexican contestant of AI 11 earned another standing ovation from judges Steven Tyler, Jennifer Lopez and Randy Jackson during the show's performance night held March 7.
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