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MEXICO CITY -- Skull motifs. Dollar bills pasted on a wall. Phrases written in neon lights. Figures cut out of photographs. Or, if you like, a bunch of lines on paper. It's hardly surprising that the offerings at Zona Maco, the Mexico City...
Tags: Arts, Mexico, Arts and Culture, Artists, Robert J. Lopez
It isn’t every day that you can read from a book and feel the words come to life before your eyes. That happened to me Wednesday morning, at Union Station, at an event designed to make passing L.A. commuters hip to the upcoming Los Angeles Times...
Tags: Electronics, Science and Technology, Mexico, Literature, Poetry
The boos and the catcalls echoed as Tommie Smith and John Carlos walked off the medal stand in the summer of 1968, track shoes in their hands to symbolize the poverty of their youth. The noise reached a crescendo as they stepped into a tunnel labeled...
Mexican art and Mexican American art often have treated each other more like strangers or distant cousins than like the fraternal twins they really are. In the United States, apart from in California and the Southwest, many museums and art professionals...
MÉRIDA, Mexico — Until this winter, Mérida had just been a busy city I passed through on my way to the ancient Mayan ruins. Then, in mid-December, I made it my destination. I pretty much had to: I'd been hearing the city's name all fall, from...
Sun SentinelDelta Air Lines has pulled the plug on its recently announced new service between Fort Lauderdale and Mexico City, which was set to start July 2. Officials at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport said they were recently informed of the...
Soraya Jimenez, who won the 58-kilogram weightlifting competition at the 2000 Sydney Games to become Mexico's first female Olympic champion, died of a heart attack Thursday at her home in Mexico City. She was 35. Jimenez, who retired after numerous...
Cuernavaca, in the state of Morelos, an hour's drive south of Mexico City, can claim in its culinary heritage a curious dish unfamiliar to many Chicagoans: tacos acorazados. This style of taco is a beloved regional idiosyncrasy, but also something Paula...
Tacos - can we ever have enough tacos in our lives? I didn't think so. Because when the taco is right, the birds start to sing and the stars shine more brightly and you have the impression that everything is right with the world, which is a lot of...
Tags: Dining and Drinking, Sausages, Soups, Mexico, Potatoes
No places matches the breadth and depth of Mexican restaurants we have in Southern California, except Mexico City itself – and maybe not even there. You can find the cooking of almost every region in the country here, crafted at street-corner taco...
Human beings have trouble sitting still when the Mexican techno-funk band Kinky fires up its hit song "Más" (More), with an insinuating bass line that recalls '70s Philly-soul classics like the O'Jays' "For the Love of Money." But what's the message...
Apr 12, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Apr 10, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Apr 10, 2013 |Column| Orlando Sentinel
Apr 6, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Mar 24, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Mar 22, 2013 |Story| South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Mar 29, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Mar 28, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
May 5, 2013 |Story| LAT - HOLD Archive
May 3, 2013 |Story| LAT - HOLD Archive
May 5, 2013 |Story| AP Michigan
Jan 31, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
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