|Art of Transforming a Mexican Shantytown's Houses|
Palmitas, a hardscrabble neighborhood in the Mexican city of Pachuca, used to have a reputation as a battleground where gangs fought deadly turf wars. But recently, it has gained a far more welcome kind of attention.
|Escaping Escalating Violence in Caracas to Make Music in Mexico City|
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Venezuela is now one of the most dangerous countries on Earth. But the thing is, it’s been getting worse and worse for a while. Just ask the members of the band La Vida Boheme who left Venezuela a few years back.
|Juanes Travels Time and Space in New Visual Album|
The visual album’s storyline involves a man’s search for love through time travel, an indigenous community in Colombia and the beaches of Veracruz, Mexico, and forges connections between science and tribal traditions as well as modern man and our ancestral traditions.
|Cirque du Soleil's 'Luzia' Show Combines Technology with Magical Mexican Mythology|
Cirque du Soleil’s newest show ’Luzia: A Waking Dream of Mexico’ celebrates Mexico through its signature vocalist and music and imaginative costumes.
|Santa Muerte Followers Enjoy Life By Embracing Death|
As the patron saint of death, Santa Muerte is a kind of spiritual protector for a growing legion of Mexicans who feel unprotected by the state and cast aside by the Catholic Church.
|Porn Star in Mexico Under Investigation for Filming Sex Acts in Historic Graveyard|
A porn actress who filmed a movie in a graveyard in Mexico will be investigated for the crime of public obscenity and could be facing up to two years in jail.
|Blacks Make Up 1.2 Percent of Mexico's Population|
A Mexican census report says 1.38 million Mexicans identify themselves as having African ancestors, equal to about 1.2 percent of the country’s population.
|Movie Industry in Mexico Blossomed Last Year Thanks to Government Support|
2016 was a breakthrough year on the silver screen for Mexico. The number of Mexican produced movies released was the highest in nearly six decades.
|Scorpion Mezcal's Wondrous Whiskies from Oaxaca|
Sierra Norte Native Corn Whiskies was launched in the United States in 2016 to mark Scorpion Mezcal’s 20 successful years as a purely artisanal business that promotes social values and economic stability in Oaxaca.
|'American Crime' Makes Network TV History with Episode Featuring Nahuatl Speakers|
To more accurately portray the population of people who find themselves working in the fields in the United States, meant casting actors who could handle the task of carrying a scene in Nahuatl, a language that is rarely captured on screen in American media.
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