Mexico

  • “Temporada de cosecha”, vino de California con ingredientes mexicanos.

    Los Ángeles – Desde los migrantes que cruzan la frontera para trabajar en viñedos, pasando de enólogos a los propietarios de bodegas, el documental televisivo “Harvest Season” (Temporada de cosecha), que debutó este lunes en PBS, explora la influencia e importancia de los mexicanos en la producción de vino...
  • “Harvest Season”, California wine with Mexican ingredients

    Los Angeles – From migrants crossing the border to work in vineyards to oenologists to winery owners, the television documentary “Harvest Season,” which debuted this Monday on PBS, explores the influence and importance of Mexicans in California’s wine production. Napa County, that magnet for wine lovers, is the setting...
  • Migrants in south Mexico seek new routes to their American dream

    Tapachula, Mexico – Stepped-up surveillance on Mexico’s southern border has not halted the stream of migrants, mainly from Central America, who have chosen to travel north by secondary routes in search of their American dream. After four years during which migrants had ceased to travel on the freight train...
  • TRUMP O EL ARTE DE PEGARSE EN EL PIE

    Las nuevas amenazas del presidente Donald Trump de responder a la crisis migratoria en la frontera entre Estados Unidos y México, cortando la ayuda para el desarrollo a los 3 países del Triángulo del Norte, Honduras, Guatemala y El Salvador, y cerrando los cruces fronterizos con su vecino del...
  • Conociendo A “Allison”

    Hablamos con Erik Canales de la banda pop-rock, Allison Arturo Hilario El Observador A partir de 2002, la banda Allison de México ha progresado en el género pop-rock, acumulando varios éxitos y admiradores a lo largo de casi dos décadas. Recientemente tuvimos la oportunidad de hablar con el líder...
  • Mexican tequila being made to resist climate change

    EFE Mexico City – Fine tequila, the symbol of Mexico so popular at parties and friendly get-togethers, is not exempt from the effects of climate change, which is leading scientists to apply their technology to protect the Aztec nation’s signature alcoholic beverage. Miguel Angel Dominguez, chairman of the Tequila...
  • Mexican archaeologists find 100s of Maya artifacts in cave

    EFE Mexico City – Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) announced Monday March 4, 2019 that at least 200 millennium-old ceramic artifacts have been discovered in an underground ritual cave in the Mayan city of Chichen Itza. The cave, which was discovered 50 years ago but has...
  • Spain honors legacy of Republican exiles in Mexico

    Eduard Ribas i Admetlla EFE Mexico City – During the 1936-1939 Spanish Civil War, the Mexican government opened its doors to Republican intellectuals so they could practice their disciplines in what would become The College of Mexico. Today, eight decades later, this academic institution prepares to receive Spanish Prime...
  • Sabotage of fuel pipelines continues, Mexican president says

    EFE Mexico City – President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Tuesday January 15 that the people behind the fuel-theft racket blamed for some $3.4 billion in losses last year continue to damage pipelines, making it hard to fix the supply problem that several states are suffering. “The people running...

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