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Latino Poetry Festival Kicks Off in Chicago

Chicago will play host once again to the largest international Latino Poetry Festival in the Midwest. The festival, which launches April 11, 2013, coincides with National Poetry Month and is free to the public. continue reading »

Olmeca Tequila Gold

Olmeca Tequila Gold is distilled by Pernod Ricard Mexico, S.A. de C.V.. It has been categorized as Joven tequila. Before bottling, Olmeca Tequila Gold was aged for 6 months, which is far more than the average for all Joven Tequila. continue reading »

Tequila El Jimador: Limited Edition Soccer Bottles

For the second consecutive year, el Jimador, 100 percent blue agave tequila, has released limited-edition soccer bottles. As the official tequila sponsor of Major League Soccer (MLS), the U.S. Men's and Women's National Teams and the annual U.S. Tour of the Mexican National Team, continue reading »

Spicy Haberno Tequila Cocktail

Great gifting idea for the tequila lover. Here you added 2 tablespoons tequila and 1-2 habanero chiles with 6 cups fresh pink grapefruit continue reading »

Arson Fires in San Luis Potosi Claims One Life and 25,000 Acres of Crops

Mexican authorities are reporting nearly 25,000 acres in the Huasteca Potosina region of San Luis Potosi have burned due to arson. The fires that started last week have killed one person and required 600 firefighters to contain them. continue reading »

Mexico’s Mexichem Acquires Assets of U.S. PolyOne for $250,000

Mexichem, one of Latin America's largest chemical and petrochemical companies, said it was acquiring all of U.S.-based PolyOne Corporation's vinyl dispersion, blending and suspension resin business. continue reading »

Mayor of Mexican City in Oaxaca Ambushed and Killed

In Mexico News, Oaxacan authorities are reporting the mayor of San Juan Mixtepec and a police officer were attacked and killed on Sunday morning as they were driving through the city. continue reading »

Remittances to Mexico Dropped in January

Mexico received $1.47 billion in remittances in January, down 2.3 percent from the same month in 2012, the country's central bank said Friday. The median amount per remittance in the fi continue reading »

Chile, Brazil, Peru, Mexico and Colombia Have Best Climate for Private-Public Partnerships

Chile, Brazil, Peru, Mexico and Colombia are the countries in Latin America and the Caribbean most able to carry out sustainable public-private partnerships (PPPs) to develop infrastructure and increase access to basic services, according to the continue reading »

Mexican Police Kill 11 Gunmen in Multiple Shootouts

Police killed 11 suspected gunmen in two shootouts this weekend in Mexico, officials said. Five gunmen died in a shootout that lasted more than an hour in Los Mochis, a city in the northwestern state of Sinaloa, the state Attorney General's Office said. continue reading »

Mexico’s Atlas Soccer Team Announces Addition of Jose Luis Chavez

Bolivian midfielder Jose Luis Chavez will play for Mexico's Atlas soccer team starting with the Clausura 2013 tournament, the club said in a statement. continue reading »

Jenni Rivera Family Outraged Over Leaked Video of Plane Crash Scene

The family of the late Latin American pop star Jenni Rivera is outraged over a leaked video of the plane crash site where she died Sunday. continue reading »

60 Percent of Mexicans Working in Informal Sector

A total of 29.3 million people in Mexico work in the informal economy, or 60.1 percent of the country's overall workforce, the National Institute of Statistics and Geography, or Inegi, said. continue reading »

Hundreds Celebrate “Posadas Sin Fronteras” on U.S.-Mexico border

Hundreds of people on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border joined together this weekend for the traditional "Posadas Sin Fronteras" (Posadas Without Borders), at which they recalled the thousands of families separated by strict immigration laws and those who have lost their lives in their attempt to achieve "the American Dream." continue reading »

Remittances to Mexico Between January and October Drop 7.1%

Mexico in October received nearly $1.78 billion in remittances, a drop of 7.1 percent compared with the same month in 2011, the country's central bank said Monday. Accumulated remittances from January to October added up to $19.04 billion, continue reading »

Spanish Prince Promotes Country’s Underlying Strengths While in Mexico

Spain's Crown Prince Felipe met here Friday with Mexican notables, intellectuals and opinion leaders in order to learn more about the state of their nation and also to explain the difficulties his own country is going through and the underlying strengths of its economy that will enable it to forge ahead. continue reading »

Sinaloa Cartel Cell Leader Killed in Clash with Mexican Army

Mexican army soldiers killed a suspected high-ranking leader of the Sinaloa drug cartel in a clash early Saturday, the Sinaloa state Attorney General's Office told Efe. continue reading »

Mexican Olympian Calls On Lawmakers To Take a Stand Against Childhood Obesity

Mexican diver Paola Espinosa, a medalist in the London Olympics, urged lawmakers to do more to ensure the nation no longer leads the world in childhood obesity. continue reading »

Mexico Researches Non-conventional Oil and Gas Resources

Mexico plans to invest 3.13 billion pesos (some $242 million) in a project that will use state-of-the-art technology to assess the nation's prospective non-conventional oil and gas resources, the Energy Secretariat said. continue reading »

Nobel Laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez Awarded Mexico’s Top Fine Arts Medal

The Mexican government announced Tuesday that it had awarded the country's Fine Arts Medal to Colombian author Gabriel Garcia Marquez, who has been living in Mexico since the 1970s. continue reading »