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1 hr ago | Art Daily
In Australia for the first time, the exhibition Aztecs tells the glorious, dramatic and ultimately tragic story of the Aztec Empire. Featuring more than 200 sacred cultural objects generously lent from museums throughout Mexico, the exhibition provides a fascinating insight into the ways of life, beliefs and sacrificial rituals of the Aztecs.
2 hrs ago | Ocean Drive
Eat and drink for Mexican Independence Day, Oktoberfest, or a good cause with this week's culinary happenings in Miami. Porfirio's, the new SoFi restaurant straight from Mexico City, is celebrating Mexico's true Independence Day with a special menu.
6 hrs ago | Mashable
Less than an hour's drive from the heart of Mexico City lies the expansive ruins of Teotihuacan, a massive city of nearly 120,000 people who built pyramids, temples and palaces before disappearing around 650 A.D. This civilization, which pre-dates the Aztecs, remains a mystery in many ways. But new research has found they brewed a tequila-like drink called pulque as a source of food and nutrition, not just to forget their woes.
7 hrs ago | Chicago Reader
"What is the relevance of the Mexican pantry in modern cuisine?" asked Rick Bayless of a crowd of about 60 or 70 people assembled lecture-hall-style in front of a test kitchen area at Kendall College on Saturday morning. The chef of Frontera Grill and Topolobampo was leading an all-day session on Mexican cuisine in fine dining called Modern Mexican, or Mod Mex for short, an adjunct event to the upcoming Chicago Gourmet festival in Grant Park at the end of the month.
11 hrs ago | Global Voices Online
See all those languages up there? We translate Global Voices stories to make the world's citizen media available to everyone. Have you ever been to Buenos Aires, Quito, Caracas, or Mexico City? If so, it's highly likely that you have ridden the metro in these cities.
13 hrs ago | Freshnews
The Tecma Group of companies recently recorded a podcast with the Mexico City-based general director of the Mexican Federation of Aerospace Industries , Luis Lizcano, regarding current developments in the Mexican aerospace industry. During the approximately twenty minute plus session, Lizcano, provides listeners with an overview of the historical highlights of the evolution of an expanded capacity of aerospace manufacturing and infrastructure in Mexico, from the turn of the century until the present, as well as examines the types of aerospace manufacturers that have opted to invest in this thriving sector of the Mexican economy.
17 hrs ago | Insurance Journal West
Mexico issued a hurricane warning for parts of Baja California as Odile struck the resort area of Cabo San Lucas on the southern tip of the peninsula. Mexico declared a red alert along the coastline as well as the mainland as the country prepared to celebrate its independence day holiday.
17 hrs ago | GlobeSt.com
Prologis, Inc. has signed a new development lease agreement totaling 387,400 square feet with APL Logistics in Mexico City. MEXICO CITY- Prologis, Inc. has signed a new development lease agreement totaling 387,400 square feet with APL Logistics in Mexico City.
North Korea sentenced U.S. citizen Matthew Todd Miller to six years hard labor for committing "hostile acts" as a tourist to the country, a statement carried by state media said Sunday, as the United States requested his immediate pardon and release. Miller joins Kenneth Bae to become the second American currently serving a hard labor sentence in North Korea.
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Many parents today continue to raise their kids to fit into '50s stereotypes: boys as hard-working men who will bring home the paycheck, and girls who will take on the homemaking, supportive role. When these stereotypes are interwoven into a culture, they can be hard for a society to let go of.
Lorena Serrano and son Luis Daniel Vargas, 13, live flanked by abandoned houses in Zumpango, Mexico. Her husband works in Mexico City and returns on weekends.
Samsung Engineering said Friday that it has secured an $80 million order to design plants for a major Mexican oil refiner, thanks to its proven track record in large construction projects. The South Korean industrial plant builder said it plans to complete the order placed by Mexico's state-run oil refiner, Petroleos Mexicanos, by September 2015.
She can't keep her clothes on! Miley Cyrus shares naked shower photo from Puerto Rico as she hits the road again for her Bangerz World Tour And Miley Cyrus kicked off her travels by posting a photo of herself on Thursday naked in a shower. The star was in her in hotel in Puerto Rico.
Large-screen projectors will transmit live from Mexico City President Enrique Pena Nieto's re-enactment of "El Grito," the 1810 cry for independence and revolt against Spain by Father Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla. "El Grito" occurred on Sept.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 09:03 pm
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