|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.
|Patients from Around the World Flock to Mexico for Affordable Medical Procedures|
Over one million people are expected to travel to Mexico this year for affordable or alternative medical procedures, most hailing from the United States, where healthcare costs keep rising.
|Mexico Takes ‘Unprecedented’ Action in Safeguarding Habitats to Save the Vaquita|
World Wildlife Fund
The government of Mexico, global conservation experts and civil society must urgently focus all efforts on ensuring a gillnet-free Upper Gulf of California and protecting vaquita habitat, WWF emphasized as the current phase of Vaquita CPR efforts draw to a close.
|’Cards Against Humanity’ Buys Land on US-Mexico Border in Effort to Stifle Border Wall|
Cards Against Humanity is back with a new holiday promotion — and this time, it’s hoping to "save America" and stifle President Donald Trump’s border wall.
|Archaeologists Unlock Ancient Mayan Pyramid Secret|
The Weather Network
Archaeologists are searching for the secrets of why the ancient Mayans chose the sites for the famed pyramids of Chichen Itza by looking underground.
|Popocatepetl Volcano Spews Plume of Ash Into the Sky Near Mexico City|
Popocatepetl erupted three times in the space of 24 hours late last week. The ash, described as “moderate” and “light” by civil protection authorities, fell over the nearby towns of Tetela del Volcan and Ocuituco.
|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.
|The Climate Has Changed Before. But This Is Different|
Climate change is part of life on planet Earth; however, context is needed to understand past change and the current situation. Archaeology can explain how temperature change of just a few degrees cause extreme weather events, affect crops, and impact human lives.
|’Bullets at the Border’ Documentary Looks at Controversial Deaths on US-Mexico Border|
Filmmaker Charlie Minn is looking forward to the premier next month of his documentary about the deaths of three Mexican teenagers in border incidents involving US agents.
|Expatriates Living in Mexico Should Have a Plan B for Unexpected Medical Emergencies|
Mexico News Daily
As our lives pass relatively peacefully here in Mexico we may or may not have the good fortune to remain in good health with only the occasional visit to a physician. Years may go by but eventually ill health will catch up with us.
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