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Mexican films based on great books screened at Instituto Cervantes

THIS MONTH, the Instituto Cervantes and the Embassy of Mexico will treat moviegoers to “La Literatura en el cine mexicano,” a series of Mexican films based on classic literary works. The film cycle, to be held every Saturday at the new Instituto Cervantes branch in Intramuros, is an invitation to discover the richness and variety of Mexican literature and cinema.

US-Mexico trade talks progressing but no breakthrough with China

Washington, United States -- US officials holding a two-front battle in President Donald Trump's bid to revise major trade ties made progress with Mexican...

World on brink of trade war as US slaps tariffs on...

Paris -- The world's largest economies stood on the brink of all-out trade war as the EU, Canada and Mexico drew up retaliatory measures...

Mexico operations may expose ICTSI to trade war risks — Razon

International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) is keeping a positive outlook for the year, while being cautious on the effects of the looming trade...

Mexican regional cuisine drives booming food scene

MEXICO CITY -- Sure, every foodie loves tacos and enchiladas. But what about lesser-known Mexican classics like cochinita pibil, the impossibly flavorful, slow-roasted pork dish...

Coco guitars all the rage in Mexico

PARACHO DE VERDUZCO, MEXICO — Salvador Meza has been making guitars since he was a boy, but his leathery hands have never had to...

7 countries join forces for CineLatino

FOR THE first time, seven Latin American countries have banded together to present the best of their cinematic exploits with CineLatino: The Latin American...

Mexico helped push vaquita porpoise to brink of extinction – activists

MEXICO CITY – Mexican fishing authorities have boycotted the effort to save the critically endangered vaquita marina porpoise, environmentalists said Monday, calling them “accomplices”...

Place of the Gods

Text and photos by Bettina V. Roc, Associate Editor Try telling a friend you’re traveling to Mexico and the first thing you will likely be...

The ultimate kick

Diving a cenote Mexico. WORDS  RONALD HANEWALD | PHOTOGRAPHY  UWE JACOBS Let me first make perfectly clear, like Richard Nixon used to say, what a cenote is. The origin...

Monarch butterfly population may quadruple: Mexico

TEMASCALTEPEC, Mexico — Monarch butterflies wintering in Mexico could nearly quadruple in number this year thanks to actions taken by the United States, Mexico...

Art with a colonial flavor

SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE, MEXICO -- With cobblestone streets and no traffic lights, San Miguel de Allende has the look of a sleepy Mexican town. But...