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  1. Make My DayINDIANA'S Official State Beverage is ... Water?Read the original story

    Oct 24, 2014 | American Reporter

    Do you start with the decapitated heads of police officers found in local ice cream coolers, the kindergarten kids threatened with mass kidnappings, the vigilantes who have emailed the media to prove they are serious about murdering "criminals," or do you just give up explaining it in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, a mile from Interstate 10 and just down the road from El Paso?. The day before Barack Obama became President, a packed house at the Cinemark theatre saw the award-winning film "Slumdog Millionaire" with its tale of urban decay, hope, and incessant violence.

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  2. Make My DayINDIANA'S Official State Beverage is ... Water?Read the original story

    Oct 20, 2014 | American Reporter

    Do you start with the decapitated heads of police officers found in local ice cream coolers, the kindergarten kids threatened with mass kidnappings, the vigilantes who have emailed the media to prove they are serious about murdering "criminals," or do you just give up explaining it in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, a mile from Interstate 10 and just down the road from El Paso?. The day before Barack Obama became President, a packed house at the Cinemark theatre saw the award-winning film "Slumdog Millionaire" with its tale of urban decay, hope, and incessant violence.

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  3. Colores de la Muerte' highlights traditionRead the original story

    Oct 19, 2014 | The Coast News

    The "Colores de La Muerte" exhibition at the California Center for the Arts Escondido is more of a celebration than an art exhibit. Not only are the worlds of the living and dead brought together, but also the two very different nations of Mexico and the U.S. Art curator Lisette Atala worked with El Museo de Arte Popular, Mexico City, to bring 15 cars from the "Train of History" exhibit to the center.

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  4. So far, mass graves don't hold Mexico's 43 missingRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2014 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Students hold a banner withe faces of the missing that reads in Spanish "Iguala, cradle of murders," during a march with flowers and candles to protest the disappearance of 43 students from the Isidro Burgos rural teachers college in Chilpancingo, Mexico, Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014. According to Mexico's attorney general none of the missing students were among the bodies found in the first set of mass graves outside the town.

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  5. Make My DayINDIANA'S Official State Beverage is ... Water?Read the original story

    Oct 14, 2014 | American Reporter

    Do you start with the decapitated heads of police officers found in local ice cream coolers, the kindergarten kids threatened with mass kidnappings, the vigilantes who have emailed the media to prove they are serious about murdering "criminals," or do you just give up explaining it in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, a mile from Interstate 10 and just down the road from El Paso?. The day before Barack Obama became President, a packed house at the Cinemark theatre saw the award-winning film "Slumdog Millionaire" with its tale of urban decay, hope, and incessant violence.

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  6. El CaminoRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2014 | Broward-Palm Beach

    Delray Beach wasn't complete until it received its new taquerA a-ish El Camino, Here, owners Brandon Belluscio, Brian Albe, and Anthony Pizzo - also of Cut 432 and Park Tavern - deliver Mexican soul food and a topnotch tequila bar just a few steps from the city's Atlantic Avenue restaurant row, at the entrance to Pineapple Grove.

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  7. The Humility of Love: A Lesson from ChiapasRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2014 | Dissident Voice

    Humility. An important word you rarely hear in our culture anymore. Our culture seems to be going in the opposite direction, everything with a superlative.

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  8. Make My DayINDIANA'S Official State Beverage is ... Water?Read the original story

    Oct 9, 2014 | American Reporter

    Do you start with the decapitated heads of police officers found in local ice cream coolers, the kindergarten kids threatened with mass kidnappings, the vigilantes who have emailed the media to prove they are serious about murdering "criminals," or do you just give up explaining it in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, a mile from Interstate 10 and just down the road from El Paso?. The day before Barack Obama became President, a packed house at the Cinemark theatre saw the award-winning film "Slumdog Millionaire" with its tale of urban decay, hope, and incessant violence.

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  9. Local Government, Fishing Coops Oppose Oceanica Don Diego ProjectRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 24, 2014 | Seeking Alpha

    The Mayor of Comondu, where the project is based, has now formally spoken out in opposition to the Oceanica project and supporting the Fisheries - will protest to the President. Fisheries Cooperative Society Production Puerto Chale, an important Fishing coop and major contributor to the Baja economy is formally opposed to the project.

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  10. Make My DayINDIANA'S Official State Beverage is ... Water?Read the original story

    Oct 3, 2014 | American Reporter

    Do you start with the decapitated heads of police officers found in local ice cream coolers, the kindergarten kids threatened with mass kidnappings, the vigilantes who have emailed the media to prove they are serious about murdering "criminals," or do you just give up explaining it in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, a mile from Interstate 10 and just down the road from El Paso?. The day before Barack Obama became President, a packed house at the Cinemark theatre saw the award-winning film "Slumdog Millionaire" with its tale of urban decay, hope, and incessant violence.

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  11. Make My DayINDIANA'S Official State Beverage is ... Water?Read the original story

    Sep 30, 2014 | American Reporter

    Do you start with the decapitated heads of police officers found in local ice cream coolers, the kindergarten kids threatened with mass kidnappings, the vigilantes who have emailed the media to prove they are serious about murdering "criminals," or do you just give up explaining it in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, a mile from Interstate 10 and just down the road from El Paso?. The day before Barack Obama became President, a packed house at the Cinemark theatre saw the award-winning film "Slumdog Millionaire" with its tale of urban decay, hope, and incessant violence.

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  12. Zapata and the Zapatistas: Today's continuing struggleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 27, 2014 | San Francisco Bay View

    By 1910, Mexican President Porfirio Diaz solidified his place in the annals of Mexican history. As an elitist oligarch, he corruptly governed the country with a crony-ite unashamedness that was reinforced by the caudillo support base he espoused.

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  13. El CaminoRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2014 | Broward-Palm Beach

    Delray Beach wasn't complete until it received its new taquerA a-ish El Camino, Here, owners Brandon Belluscio, Brian Albe, and Anthony Pizzo - also of Cut 432 and Park Tavern - deliver Mexican soul food and a topnotch tequila bar just a few steps from the city's Atlantic Avenue restaurant row, at the entrance to Pineapple Grove.

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  14. Here's What It's Like To Live With The Zapatistas, 20 Years After...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2014 | Silicon Alley Insider

    Twenty years ago, in direct protest against the then-recently signed North American Free Trade Agreement, a makeshift uprising of Mayan farmers seized a collection of cities and towns in Chiapas, in Mexico's remote southeastern corner. They were demanding rights for Mexico's indigenous people, who they thought had long been treated unfairly and would suffer even more under the landmark economic deal.

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  15. Pati's Mexican TableRead the original story

    Sep 21, 2014 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    PATI'S MEXICAN TABLE brings authentic Mexican flavors, colors, textures and warmth into American kitchens. A former policy analyst focused on Latin American politics and history, Pati Jinich is a chef, cooking teacher, food writer and mother of three whose true passion lies in sharing the tastes of her childhood and culinary adventures in her native country.

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  16. Make My DayINDIANA'S Official State Beverage is ... Water?Read the original story

    Sep 18, 2014 | American Reporter

    Do you start with the decapitated heads of police officers found in local ice cream coolers, the kindergarten kids threatened with mass kidnappings, the vigilantes who have emailed the media to prove they are serious about murdering "criminals," or do you just give up explaining it in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, a mile from Interstate 10 and just down the road from El Paso?. The day before Barack Obama became President, a packed house at the Cinemark theatre saw the award-winning film "Slumdog Millionaire" with its tale of urban decay, hope, and incessant violence.

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  17. Make My DayINDIANA'S Official State Beverage is ... Water?Read the original story

    Sep 16, 2014 | American Reporter

    Do you start with the decapitated heads of police officers found in local ice cream coolers, the kindergarten kids threatened with mass kidnappings, the vigilantes who have emailed the media to prove they are serious about murdering "criminals," or do you just give up explaining it in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, a mile from Interstate 10 and just down the road from El Paso?. The day before Barack Obama became President, a packed house at the Cinemark theatre saw the award-winning film "Slumdog Millionaire" with its tale of urban decay, hope, and incessant violence.

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  18. Make My DayINDIANA'S Official State Beverage is ... Water?Read the original story

    Sep 13, 2014 | American Reporter

    Do you start with the decapitated heads of police officers found in local ice cream coolers, the kindergarten kids threatened with mass kidnappings, the vigilantes who have emailed the media to prove they are serious about murdering "criminals," or do you just give up explaining it in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, a mile from Interstate 10 and just down the road from El Paso?. The day before Barack Obama became President, a packed house at the Cinemark theatre saw the award-winning film "Slumdog Millionaire" with its tale of urban decay, hope, and incessant violence.

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  19. Make My DayINDIANA'S Official State Beverage is ... Water?Read the original story

    Sep 10, 2014 | American Reporter

    Do you start with the decapitated heads of police officers found in local ice cream coolers, the kindergarten kids threatened with mass kidnappings, the vigilantes who have emailed the media to prove they are serious about murdering "criminals," or do you just give up explaining it in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, a mile from Interstate 10 and just down the road from El Paso?. The day before Barack Obama became President, a packed house at the Cinemark theatre saw the award-winning film "Slumdog Millionaire" with its tale of urban decay, hope, and incessant violence.

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  20. Make My DayINDIANA'S Official State Beverage is ... Water?Read the original story

    Sep 3, 2014 | American Reporter

    Do you start with the decapitated heads of police officers found in local ice cream coolers, the kindergarten kids threatened with mass kidnappings, the vigilantes who have emailed the media to prove they are serious about murdering "criminals," or do you just give up explaining it in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, a mile from Interstate 10 and just down the road from El Paso?. The day before Barack Obama became President, a packed house at the Cinemark theatre saw the award-winning film "Slumdog Millionaire" with its tale of urban decay, hope, and incessant violence.

    Comment?