The Insane Architecture Porn of Condesa, Mexico City
For nearly a decade now I’ve been making yearly trips to this historic capital, and I still find the collection of architecture in Condesa magical.
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El Chapo Judge: Ignore Claim Mexico’s Presidents Were Bribed
Prosecutors successfully argued for the defense’s bombshell opening statement to be struck after the drug kingpin’s lawyer said he was set up by a conniving cartel leader.
Inside the Best Movie of the Year
The masterful ‘Roma,’ based on director Alfonso Cuarón’s own childhood, chronicles the life of a young Mixtec housemaid working in Mexico City in the early 1970s.
The Mexican Castle That Drove a Belgian Princess to Madness
A haphazard, rambling palace best described as resembling a riverboat-fortress, its place as a central part of Mexican history stretches from the dawn of the Aztecs.
Mexico City Babies Show Signs of Alzheimer’s—Blame Pollution
A new study, published Wednesday, suggests the disease takes shape earlier than previously suspected and that environmental factors may be to blame.
Suffering Quake Survivors Turn on Mexico’s Government
More than a quarter of a million families have been affected by the quake, which ruined well above 150,000 homes.
Víctimas del sismo
Víctimas del sismo en México no confían en la autoridad...
Millones de personas han sido afectadas por terremotos en México, los cuales han destruido más de 150 mil viviendas.