|Corona Capital Is Mexico’s Mecca for Music Lovers|
Since 2010, Corona Capital has delivered the biggest musical acts in the world to its audience, which comes from far and wide to see all of their favorite bands in one place: the massive Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez.
|Sean Baker’s ’The Florida Project’ Wins Mexico’s Los Cabos Film Festival|
The Hollywood Reporter
The Florida Project, a story about a mother and daughter living out a precarious existence in a motel on the outskirts of Disney World, took the top prize at the sixth edition of the Los Cabos Film Fest.
|Unwanted Street Dogs in Mexico Welcome in Canada|
Mexico has a serious overpopulation of street dogs, a problem that repeated sterilization campaigns have not been able to fix. But now comes a radical new idea - an international refugee program for pets.
|Beauty Pageant Contestants Gave Out Facts About Women’s Rights as Their Measurements|
Beauty pageant contestants are used to giving their measurements in front of a crowd. But in Peru, where women are getting killed in alarming numbers, aspiring beauty queens gave a different kind of measurement: how many people have been affected by gender violence.
|Mezcal: What to Know About Tequila’s Smokey Sister|
I receive so many emails about new mezcals that it sometimes seems like the Mexican-made, smokey sister of tequila is taking over the world.
|Mexican Girls Fight Back Against Machismo with Boys’ Own Game: Football|
Guadalupe Garcia Alvarez runs a football club for indigenousgirls and young women, using the sport to empower them in a country where machismo runs deep and violence against women is rampant.
|Pixar’s New Film ‘Coco’ Is Breaking Records in Mexico|
Coco has already premiered in Mexico, where in just 10 days its earned a record-breaking $27 million at the box office.
|’Bugs’ Documentary Explores Insect-Eating as a Cure for World Hunger|
The Los Angeles Times
If a diet that includes maggots, locusts, termites and buffalo worms doesn’t entirely repel you, then the documentary “Bugs” might prove an intriguing look at the potential future of protein-rich nutrition sources for an expanding world.
|Danzon, Cuba’s National Dance, Lives on in Mexico|
Couples in Veracruz can be seen twirling around public venues in fedoras and evening gowns that evoke a bygone era. Danzon, a music and dance style blending European and African influences, was born in Cuba in the 19th century.
|Eva Longoria Gets Help from Celeb Friends to Aid Mexico’s Earthquake Victims|
Eva Longoria tapped a few musical friends for a good cause this week in Mexico City. The Mexican-American actress and producer asked Colombian singer Maluma to co-host the Global Gift Gala with her to raise funds for the victims of the recent earthquakes in Mexico.
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