|Sex Workers in Nayarit Face Charges “Whether They Work or Not”|
Sex workers, from the "Casa de las Muñecas Tiresias" seek a solution to the "cobro de piso" that is being implemented in the state of Nayarit.
|Sheinbaum Says She’s “Ready” to Be Mexico’s First Female President|
Mexico News Daily
Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum – a leading candidate to succeed President López Obrador – has declared she is “ready” to take on the nation’s top job.
|Mexico Bus Lines Colluded for 20 Years to Keep Fares High|
Regulators in Mexico announced fines totaling about $60 million against most of the country’s largest passenger bus lines, saying they colluded among themselves for 20 years to keep fares artificially high.
|Tourists Will Spend 1.8B Dollars on the Day of the Dead in Mexico|
Mexico Daily Post
The Ministry of Tourism reports that over the festivities of the traditional Day of the Dead in Mexico, the period between October 28 and November 2, tourism services will reap 37,722 million pesos.
|Crime Zone to ‘Utopia’: Mexico Neighborhood Undergoing a Unique Transformation|
Iztapalapa in Mexico City is notorious for soaring crime levels and poverty. But in 2018, the local government began working to turn the borough’s fortunes around by fostering social cohesion.
|Illegal Border Crossings to US From Mexico Hit Annual High|
The Associated Press
U.S. authorities say a surge in migration from Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua in September brought the number of illegal crossings to the highest level ever recorded in a fiscal year.
|Soak Up the Well-Being Perks of the Beach Year-Round in Mexico|
Being near water is connected to a host of well-being benefits, which is perhaps why the beach is such a sought-after location.
|How the Día de Muertos Ofrenda Tradition Shapes Mexico’s Identity|
Mexico News Daily
One of the most ubiquitous manifestations of Day of the Dead is the ofrenda, a word that can be translated both as “altar” and “offering” because it is indeed both.
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