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The Beatles' No. 1 Fan? Mexico

Christian Science Monitor

The Beatles never played a single concert in Mexico. Yet Mexicans count themselves among the world's most dedicated fans of the boys from Liverpool.

Novelist Exposes Mexico's Backstory


Political thriller "The Hidden Light of Mexico City" illuminates the fight for Mexico's future with real characters, passion for the place, and brutal truth pulled from today's headlines.

The Most Romantic Place to Retire in Mexico

The silver mines in Mexico's central highlands provided the incredible wealth that propelled Spain to world prominence in the 16th century. It also created Guanajuato, the crown jewel of Mexico's colonial cities.

As Tribute to Father, Jon Secada Wages War on Hepatitis C


Better known for his ballads than for social activism, singer-songwriter Jon Secada said that he is promoting a battle against hepatitis C as a tribute to his father, who died of the disease last year.

Why Bill W. Wrote the 12 Steps Twice

The Fix

The AA founder penned two versions of the 12 Steps, separated by 15 years and a lifetime of troubles. Their differences will surprise you.

Who Speaks Spanish Best?

Hispanically Speaking News

Are Spain, Latin America and Hispanic US, paraphrasing Oscar Wilde, worlds separated by the same language? The inevitable question is: Who speaks Spanish best?

Cinco de Mayo is a 100-Percent American Celebration

Huffington Post

For decades, Mexicans, Mexican-Americans and non-Mexicans have tried to resolve the big question: why is Cinco de Mayo celebrated with much fanfare in the U.S., when in Mexico itself it is just another patriotic date without much contemporary relevance?

Film Aims to Unite Latinos, Anglos


"The Man Who Shook the Hand of Vicente Fernandez," starring Ernest Borgnine, Barry Corbin and Carla Ortiz is, according to its actors, a bridge of respect between the Latino and Anglo cultures.

Study Tests Weight Loss Program for Mexican-American Women

PR Newswire

Mexican-American women who participated in a culturally tailored weight management program lost weight, reduced their fat and sugar consumption and improved their eating habits, according to a new study.

Mexican Artist Transforms Guns into Sculptures


Victor Hugo Zayas is a Mexican painter and sculptor who uses guns recovered by the city of Los Angeles' Gun Buyback Initiative to create works that he exhibits in California.

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