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Movie: Yulene Olaizola's 'Paraisos Artificiales'

New York Times

Slow, deliberate and art house ready, "Paraisos Artificiales" (Artificial Paradises), the first feature by the Mexican director Yulene Olaizola, teeters between the dreamy and the soporific.

Study: Mexico Needs Its Own Clothing Measurements

Huffington Post

Isn't it the worst when you just can't find a pair of jeans that fit right? Well, according to a new survey that's exactly what men and women of Mexico are going through - all the time.

Mexican Religious Composer Launches Bilingual Songs of Praise


Mexico's Santiago Fernandez, a singer-songwriter of liturgical music whose hymns have become part of the repertoire of Catholic churches across the United States, launched his third album, "Unidos" (United), in which he forms a duo with singer Jesse Manibusan.

How to Make the Best Mole Negro

The Atlantic

First, find a Spanish translator and have them call up Soledad Ramirez Heras, a 71-year-old grandmother of eight, who gives day-long classes out of her home in Oaxaca, Mexico.

Mexican Artist's Works Go on Exhibit in China


Mexican artist Manuel Felguerez, currently in Beijing with an exhibition of more than 30 works of his abstract art, has been more than pleased by the warm Asian welcome accorded him and convinced that being always open to new challenges is essential.

Secrets of the Ancients - Mexico's Olmec Heads


The Olmec civilization in Mexico sculpted massive stone heads 3000 years ago — 500 years before Rome was founded. These statues weighed up to 40 tonnes and were made from stone that came from the Tuxtla mountains more than 160 kilometers away.

The 18 Best Places to Retire Overseas


When choosing a place to spend your retirement years, the cost of living is important. But it is only one consideration. A super-low cost of living is great, but more important is the quality of life your retirement budget is buying you.

Romneys Rugged Mormon Ancestors Sowed Riches in Mexico


In the craggy desert of northern Mexico, U.S. presidential hopeful Mitt Romneys relatives turned an arid valley into lush agricultural land and prospered after being chased from the United States for their Mormon beliefs.

Un Canto por Africa: Charity with a Little Help from Reggae

The News

Edgar Estrada, a producer at reggae music production company Panthertainment, with the help of the UNs Food and Agriculture Organization and the Red Cross, have created an all-day long Reggae-music concert on Saturday, April 24, which will donate 100% of the proceeds to helping starving communities.

Spirituality That Will Move You

The Washington Post

A 1990 Volkswagen Beetle becomes a canvas for the symbols, milestones and stories of the deeply spiritual culture of the Huichol, or Wixaritari, communities of Nayarit and Jalisco in Mexico.

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