|Research Shows Spending Money on Experiences Makes You Happier Than Buying New Things|
You might think that paying for an experience that lasts for a brief moment in time would be less fulfilling than buying an object that you’ll own for many years. But researchers from multiple universities have found that this isn’t the case.
|Youth Orchestras on MX Border Unite in Joint Concerts|
The El Paso Symphony Youth Orchestra and Esperanza Azteca Symphony Orchestra of Ciudad Juarez played in packed theaters to standing ovations over the weekend with joint concerts in both border cities.
|These Beautiful Animations Celebrate the Indigenous Languages of Mexico|
From ancient myths about the creation of the elements to poems about life and death to popular fables about the different regions, the breadth of cultural wealth that this project spans is extraordinary.
|Cafe Tacvba Flies Through Space in 'Futuro' Video|
“Futuro” is sinister but hopeful, full of occult imagery and blacklit visuals with the Tacvbos living out the characters of the illustration that accompanied the release of their single.
|People Are Pissed at Vanity Fair Mexico for Featuring Melania on Their Cover|
Just after Mexico's president canceled a meeting with President Trump, Mexico's version of Vanity Fair magazine came out with a cover featuring first lady Melania Trump. Take a look.
|Conan O'Brien Is Headed to Mexico, Wall or No Wall|
O'Brien announced on his show this week that he will head to Mexico City to film a new primetime special, 'Conan Without Borders: Made in Mexico.'
|Long-Lost Diary of Tortured 'Converso' Jew in 16th-Century Mexico Found |
The Times of Israel
A manuscript by Luis de Carvajal was missing for 75 years until spotted by a keen-eyed collector. Now it joins others on display at the New-York Historical Society.
|Why I Opened Mexico's Sex Worker Retirement Home|
What happens to sex workers when they retire? In Mexico many aging former sex workers were outcasts from their families and left to live on the streets. That was until Carmen Munoz came along.
|Catching a Buzz on Pulque, the Indiginous Fermented Agave Drink of Mexico|
Before contact with Europeans, indigenous peoples in what is now Mexico had already figured out multiple ways of catching a buzz by drinking fermented juices made from fruit, corn, plant roots and agave, the spiny succulent also used to make tequila and mezcal.
|Cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz on Satire in a Time of Trump|
PRI's The World
At a time like this, when millions of Americans are deeply concerned about President Trump and millions of others are confident that he's the right guy for the job, does a satirist have a different role - to try to bridge the divide?
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