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1 hr ago | National Public Radio

Gotta Know Mexico: A Mexican Music Puzzler

Couples dance in Vera Cruz, Mexico with government buildings decorated for Independence Day celebrations. Mockford & Bonetti/Getty Iimages hide caption Today is Mexican Independence Day .


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5 hrs ago |

KONE To Add Light Manufacturing To AllenPlace

KONE, a global leader in the elevator and escalator industry, will build and occupy a light manufacturing facility in AllenPlace and will add 80 new positions to the facility, the company and Allen Economic Development Corporation announced today. KONE will expand its current competence by adding a light manufacturing facility to its operations in North America.


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9 hrs ago | Globe and Mail

Warnings of flash floods, mudslides as Tropical Storm Odile batters Mexico

A tourists looks to the ocean from inside a debris-filled area at the Hilton hotel after the resort sustained severe damage from Hurricane Odile in Los Cabos, Mexico, Monday, Sept. 15, 2014.


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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Art Daily

Exhibition showcasing stunning artefacts from Mexico's major museums on tour in Australia

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.


Related Topix: Archaeology, Anthropology, Science, World News, Mexico

Chicago Reader

Bayless, Duffy, and other chefs take their shot at Modern Mexican

"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.


Related Topix: Kendall College, Life, Food, Mexican Cuisine, Dining, World News, Mexico

Inter Press Service

A Flood of Energy Projects Clash with Mexican Communities

Trees on the bank of the Blanco river that have been felled to make way for a power plant. Hydroelectric projects are threatening biodiversity and the way of life of communities in the state of Veracruz, in southeast Mexico.


Related Topix: North America, World News, Natural Disasters, Flood, Alternative Energy, Renewable Energy (Green Energy), Energy, Hydroelectric Power, Environment, Science, Geothermal Power

National Hurricane Center

Summary for Hurricane ODILE



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Daily Herald

Major Hurricane Odile hits Baja California's Cabo San Lucas

Hurricane-force winds pounded the southern tip of Baja California after Odile struck the resort area of Cabo San Lucas as a strong category-3 storm forecasts to bring a "dangerous" storm surge and flooding. Mexico declared a red alert along the peninsula's coastline as well as the mainland as the country prepared to celebrate its independence day holiday.


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Mexico politician slammed over Ronaldinho racist slur

Ronaldinho's new Mexican club called Sunday for a local politician to be punished after he posted a racist slur against the Brazilian football legend on social media. Carlos Manuel Trevino Nunez, a member of the conservative National Action Party, wrote a diatribe on Facebook after the player's presentation by Queretaro football club caused traffic jams in the central Mexican city on Friday.


Related Topix: National Action Party (Mexico), Startups, Facebook, World News

Sun Sep 14, 2014

Deming Headlight

NMSU researchers study air quality in New Mexico

Courtesy Photo Over the last four years, researchers at New Mexico State University have been involved in a bi-national study focused on pinpointing dust sources and evaluating the health effects of windstorms in the border region. LAS CRUCES, N.M. >> Over the last four years, researchers at New Mexico State University have been involved in a bi-national study focused on pinpointing dust sources and evaluating the health effects of windstorms in the border region.


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My FOX Chicago

Candidates march in Mexican Independence parade

An annual Mexican Independence Day Parade on Sunday in Chicago drew major candidates for the city's 2015 mayoral election and the November contest for Illinois governor. Alderman Bob Fioretti announced his bid to unseat Mayor Rahm Emanuel a day earlier.


Related Topix: North America, World News, US News, US House of Representatives, Democrat, US Politics, Rahm Emanuel, US Governors, Pat Quinn

WTEN-TV Albany

Powerful Hurricane Odile aims at Mexico's Baja

14, 2014. . Tourists watch the ocean from inside a swimming pool at a resort in Los Cabos, Mexico, Sunday, Sept.


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KOLD-TV Tucson

Nogales High School hosts Mexican Independence Day celebration

A performance at Nogales High School kicked off Mexican Independence Day celebrations Saturday night. Every year, the Consulate General of Mexico in Nogales, hosts an evening of music, dance and folklore to commemorate Mexico's independence.


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Mexico Independence Day Festival

A Mexico Independence Day Festival will go on in downtown Wichita Falls on Sunday, September 14. It's at the Wichita Falls Traders Market on Sheppard Access Road. Admission is free from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. After 4 p.m. admission will be $10.


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Hurricane Odile to Hit Baja California Mexico on Monday September 15, 2014

Hurricane Odile is on its way for Baja California Mexico on Monday September 15, 2014 and it will bring 50 to 100+ mm of Rain and it will bring Very Strong Winds and Hurricane Force Winds and it will Bring Big Huge Waves and Rough Surf Along the Shores of Baja California Mexico and the Winds will be Very Powerful can Uprooted the Trees and Bring Down Power lines and Snap the Telephone Poles in Half and it will Destroy the Transformers it can knock out the power and do some Damage and it will bring Wind Driven Rain in Baja California Mexico and People in Baja California Be Prepared Have your Rubber Boots, Rain Coats and Rain Suits Ready and it will bring Flooding and Have your Medical Kits, Flashlights, Candles and Bottled Water Ready and Stay Inside in your Homes if you can and Stay Away from the Beaches and Don't Go Near the Shores and the Winds will be Well Over 100 MPH with Wind ... (more)

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Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

Fiestas Del Llano celebrates Mexican independence

She was excited Saturday to attend the third day of the Fiestas Del Llano celebrations at the Lone Star Amphitheater. Ursua said the annual event celebrates Mexico's Independence Day on Sept.


Related Topix: North America, World News, Life, Food, Mexican Cuisine, Lubbock, TX

Sat Sep 13, 2014

Creel, Mexico - One of the Magical City's in the Copper Canyon

The Tarahumara occupy the Copper Canyon. Creel is the biggest city in the Copper Canyon area.


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Mexico issues hurricane watch as Odile swirls in Pacific

Mexico issued a hurricane watch for the western state of Baja California Sur on Saturday as a strengthening Odile swirled nearby in the Pacific Ocean. Powerful winds and heavy rains were expected to batter the narrow Baja California peninsula starting Saturday evening, forecasters warned, with parts of some western states predicted to see up to 38 centimeters from the storm.


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Viva Mexico y Orale

THE United States a country made by war, goes the title of a book of American history; but so also are France, Germany, Russia and any other country worth to be so called. But Mexico is different.


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Seattle Times

Residents abandoning Mexico’s affordable-housing sprawl

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.


Related Topix: World News, Mexico, Home, Mortgage, Personal Finance