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Jessica Biel's Relaxing Cabo San Lucas Rehearsal Dinner

By: Celebrity Gossip Source: www.celebrty-gossip.net After an day filled with flights, Jessica Biel finally took a moment to relax when she arrived at her friend's rehearsal dinner in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico on over Labor Day Weekend (September 1).

Hyundai to invest $130 mn in new plant in Mexico

By: The Economist Source: zeenews.india.com Mexico City: South Korean automaker Hyundai Motors Company's Mexican unit said it planned to invest USD 130 million in a new plant that will manufacture aluminum auto parts in Tijuana, a border city in the

PFO Radio Show and fans enjoy a wonderful weekend in Rosarito Beach

By: Phil Friedman Outdoors Source: philfriedmanoutdoors.typepad.com "It's been 8-years since my wife Adriana and I have come down here," said John Olmos. "We walked all over town, shopped and ate delicious lobster. What a great time."

Tijuana EDC and MEDevice San Diego Offer Free Tour of Baja Medical Manufacturing Facilities

By: MEDevice San Diego Source: www.heraldonline.com the Tijuana Economic Development Corporation and MEDevice San Diego will host a free guided bus tour of two medical manufacturing facilities in Baja California. The trip, which shows how medical manufacturers

Border Week: Bizet's Carmen in Tijuana rodeo

By: Sandra Dibble Source: www.utsandiego.com TIJUANA — A rodeo in Playas de Tijuana will be the setting for a production of the Georges Bizet four-act opera "Carmen" sponsored by Tijuana's Municipal Institute of Art and Culture (IMAC)

Tijuana Experiences a Gourmet Renaissance

By: Richard Adams Source: www.californiareport.org To most Americans, the chorus from a Manu Chao song pretty much sums it up, "Welcome to Tijuana, tequila, sexo, marijuana...." For decades, Tijuana has just been known, at best, as a place for

Foreign correspondence: Mexico offers everything from pyramids and ecotourism to tequila

By: John Bordsen Source: www.sacbee.com What's it like to live in a far-off place most of us see only on a vacation? Foreign Correspondence is an interview with someone who lives in a spot you may want to visit. Gloria Guevara, 44, is Mexico's

Budget Travel: Mexico's Next “It” Destinations

By: Julie Schwietert Collazo Source: latino.foxnews.com Though the resort towns of Mexico's Pacific and Caribbean coasts are frequently visited by Americans, most of the country's interior—all 1,220,610 square miles of it—is barely

Mexico Recognized as “Tourism Board of The Year” by Virtuoso Luxury Travel Network

By: Susie Albin-Najera Source: themexicoreport.com LAS VEGAS – The Mexico Tourism Board was honored by renowned luxury travel network, Virtuoso, with the first-ever “Virtuoso Tourism Board of the Year” award. Mexico was bestowed the

Google Mexico offers virtual visits to archaeological sites

By: Fox News Latino Source: latino.foxnews.com Cybernauts will be able to take virtual strolls through 30 Mexican archaeological sites using Google Mexico's Street View platform, Mexican cultural authorities said. The 360-degree virtual view of these

Mexico: 3 Names to Know in an Ignored Emerging Market

By: Charles Sizemore Source: www.investorplace.com Mexico gets no love. It’s not quite a developed market, but being next door to the U.S., it’s not quite remote or exotic enough to be an alluring emerging market, either. And starting with

Mexico Shares Are on a Roll

By: Laurence Ilif and Georgia Wells Source: online.wjs.com Earlier this year, Mexican shares were driven higher largely by investors cheering the July election of incoming President Enrique Peña Nieto and the promise of market-friendly changes.

The Mexican Health Care Solution?

By: Matthew Dalstrom Source: www.huffingtonpost.com Rising health care costs, decreasing insurance coverage, and the great recession have made it increasingly difficult to afford health care. Retirees are particularly vulnerable because many live on fixed

Ensenada Wine Valley Explodes!

Source: www.bajabound.com The wine producing regions of Baja, like wine itself, have gotten better with age. In the past few years there has been an explosion of creative juices flowing south of the border as new and exciting wineries and wines are popping

DaMarcus Beasley: I encourage more Americans to play in Mexico

By: Eric Gomez Source: sports.yahoo.com TIJUANA -- It only took an ill-timed slide and just 20 minutes on the Estadio Caliente's artificial turf for DaMarcus Beasley's tendinitis to flare up again. That was a month ago, and thankfully for Club