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Is The Twinkie Moving To Mexico

Is The Twinkie Moving To Mexico Christian Science Monitor : Who knew there were so many Twinkie diehards? The announcement that Hostess Brands would shutter and liquidate its 33 bakeries - including its Twinkie-making plant in Illinois - sparked a fevered

US, Mexico To Sign Landmark Colorado River Agreement | KPBS.org

FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ. — The Hoover Dam was built to control the powerful Colorado River, which for many years flooded farms and cities. “‘Ladies and gentlemen, here is where man conquered the mighty river placing a concrete yoke about its

Captain Capitalism: What a Friend We Have in...Mexico?

What a Friend We Have in...Mexico? I had a hunch, and usually my hunches are right. So off into the Cappy Cap Mobile I went and started doing some research and, shucks howdy, what do you know, I was right (again)! The Mexican economy is doing much better

One Of The Best Eye Clinics In The World

By: Codet Vision Source: www.codetvision.com Welcome to the CODET Vision Institute website. Our health is perhaps the most precious aspect of our lives and when it comes to sight, we understand the importance this has for you CONTINUE READING AT CODET

Party like it's Dec. 21, 2012

By: William Tomicki Source: www.elpasoinc.com Real Resorts is commemorating the significance of the Mayan belief in the importance of the year 2012 with a Mayan Cultural and Culinary Celebration through Dec. 21 at all four of its resorts in Cancun and


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Mexico Tourism Board, Embassy Host “Flight of the Butterflies” in 3D World Premiere

By: Editor Source: www.hispanicallyspeakingnews.com The Government of Mexico, through the Mexico Tourism Board and the Embassy of Mexico hosted the world premiere of “Flight of the Butterflies” at Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural

Usher to perform at Moon Palace

By: Gay Nagle Myers Source: www.travelweekly.com Palace Resorts will present Usher, seven-time Grammy Award-winning singer, in concert at the Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort in Cancun on Dec. 29. Seating for the Usher concert includes three sections:

Can a non-Mexican own Mexican real property?

By: Juan Zuniga and Angela Gonzales Source: www.sddt.com With forthcoming changes in the Mexican government, the revival of its economy and a saturation of inventory south of the border, owning property in Mexico may again be an attractive option to many

Experts: Mayas Prophesized, But Not End Of World

By: Associated Press Source: www.npr.org As the clock winds down to Dec. 21, experts on the Mayan calendar have been racing to convince people that the Mayas didn't predict an apocalypse for the end of this year. Some experts are now saying the Mayas

Mexico Real Estate News: CNBC Reports Venture Capital Upswing in Mexico

By: M. Christopher Johnson Source: www.investmentpropertiesmexico.com As part of CNBC’s recent flood of coverage detailing the booming economy and opportunity found in Mexico real estate, the respected news outlet also wrote about the growing venture

Can Mexico's Potential Finally Be Realized?

By: Leo Schelsinger Source: www.cnbc.com When talking about Mexico it’s quite common to refer to its great economic potential. However, such potential has not yet materialized. Growth during the past eight years has been disappointing, averaging

An opera inspired by Mexico's Second Empire

By: Sandra Dibble Source: www.utsandiego.com An opera inspired by Mexico’s short-lived 19th-century Second Empire and the life of the Belgian-born Empress Carlota will make its world premiere this week at the Tijuana Cultural Center (Cecut). Presented

Hope in Mexico

By: Kevin Caufield Source: www.newstrib.com In his youth, Peru resident Don Arter could stand on the mound and smoke 90 to 95 mph fastballs past batters. He played basketball on a college scholarship, and was even offered a contract by the St. Louis Cardinals.

San Antonio eyes bioscience collaboration with Mexico

By: W. Scott Bailey Source: www.bizjournals.com Mexico is experiencing significant growth in its bioscience industry — particularly in the pharmaceutical and medical technology markets. That expansion is expected to continue over the next several
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