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Mexican Lawyers Promote Online Divorces


A group of Mexican attorneys wants to convince people that divorces are not difficult to obtain, rolling out a prepaid card that simplifies the process and can even be purchased at supermarkets.

Looking for a Few Good Boomers to Help Others

Associated Press

Charities and nonprofits are looking for a few good baby boomers - well, lots of them, actually - to roll up their sleeves to help local schools, soup kitchens and others in need.

Everyone Agrees: The Other Guy Should Give More

The NonProfit Times

Just how much money does someone need to earn each year to be considered one of "those people who have a lot money" to support nonprofits? It doesn't really matter, apparently, as non-donors of any income level consider other people the ones with enough income to give to charity.

XXX-Cited Ladies May Go Blind

New York Daily News

Turns out watching porn can make you go blind after all. The new sex study shows that watching hard-core erotic films reduces blood flow to the visual cortex of healthy, heterosexual women, blurring their eyesight.

Sean Penn Says He's in Haiti for the Long Haul

Associated Press

The actor who stormed onto the scene of one of the worst natural disasters in history has certainly not lost interest. Defying skeptics, he has put down roots in Haiti, and has become a major figure in the effort to rebuild.

Traditional and Modern Merge at ZonaMaco Art Fair

Christian Science Monitor

This week, Mexican design studios exhibited modern twists on the country's artisanal traditions at Mexico City's ZonaMaco contemporary art fair.

Exhibition Pays Tribute to Mexicas and Their Cult of Death


Nine hundred skulls made of paper, wood and metal comprise the exhibition that artist Manuel Marin has opened in the Mexican capital as a tribute to the ancient Mexicas and their cult and adoration of death.

Almost Never: A Novel by Daniel Sada

New York Times

If you read only three novelists on Mexico — and you should read many more — choose Juan Rulfo, Roberto Bolano and Daniel Sada, who is a cult figure among Spanish speakers.

Andy Garcia Reflects on Freedom in New Film


Cuban-born actor Andy Garcia says that his new film, "For Greater Glory," speaks about those people who are ready go die for freedom if it's taken from them, and he added that this right is human beings' most precious asset.

Making It on Mexico Time!

I recall my first few months in Mexico as being filled with excitement, wonderment, confusion and an avalanche of culture shock. Most gringos go through this same period of adjustment. Some people can deal with the changes and some cannot.

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