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Border week: Exhibit of Tijuana artist Benjamin Serrano

By: Sandra Dibble Source: www.utsandiego.com Long before the current generation of Tijuana artists began commanding international attention, there was Benjamin Serrano. An exhibit of 55 pieces by the late Tijuana artist (1938-1988) opens on Friday at

There's Life And Then There's Living

By: Barbara Sloane Source: www.huffingtonpost.com I was dangling from a steel cable suspended high above the jungle canopy in Puerto Vallarta. As soon as I'd say the word, my guide would unhook me from the brake that kept me tethered and I'd fly

Oaxacan festival of Guelaguetza offers a taste of Mexico

By: Nina Schutzman Source: www.poughkeepsiejournal.com Poughkeepsie has a large community of people from Oaxaca, Mexico , many of whom work here while their family and friends remain in their home state and country. To help maintain those ties and keep

Vendimia in Baja's Guadalupe Valley

By: Sandra Dibble Source: www.utsandiego.com/news Baja California ’s annual vendimia, or grape harvest festival centered in the Guadalupe Valley, gets going this week and will last through much of August. Events include vineyard concerts, wine tastings

Turista Libre Bike Ride to Baja Beer Fest - To understand beer culture in Mexico, you first have to understand its recent lack thereof

By: Derrik Chinn Source: baja.com Mexico bows beneath the weight of a historical beer duopoly. Two companies, Grupo Modelo in Mexico City and Monterrey-based Grupo Cuauhtemoc-Moctezuma, dominate the domestic market with a familiar cast, namely Corona,

Should You Move to Mexico?

By: David Simmonds Source: www.mexicotoday.org/article It seems like a simple enough question, doesn’t it? You are at point in your life when a major change is possible. You’ve traveled to a few places in Mexico , kicked back on the beach

Best of Ensenada - A guide to the Best of Ensenada

By: Proturismo De Ensenada Source: www.sandiegomagazine.com Proturismo De Ensenada Ensenada , one of the most colorful cities in Baja California welcomes you and invites you to enjoy it's many invaluable attractions: beaches, deserts, pine forests,

LDS church plans temple in Tijuana

By: Sandra Dibble Source: www.utsandiego.com/news TIJUANA — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has had a long history in Mexico , one that dates back to the first Mormon baptisms in the state of Sonora in 1876. Next month, the church
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