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Pan Am Games staff head to Mexico to prep for 2015
Lori Ewing

Moving 6,000 athletes through a city of almost five million over the course of two weeks is no easy feat.
Guadalajara, Jalisco | Thursday October 13th, 2011

Water polo team focused on victory at Pan Am Games
Gary Mihoces

Brenda Villa, U.S. medalist in water polo at the past three Olympics, says her team is focused on earning a berth in the 2012 Olympics by winning the upcoming Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Guadalajara, Jalisco | Wednesday October 12th, 2011

Marine boxer headed back to Mexico, but not for a day at the beach

While this won’t be any day at the beach for Russell, he does hope he will have some fun and bring back the gold from the single-elimination Pan Am Games in the middleweight division later this month.
Guadalajara, Jalisco | Tuesday October 11th, 2011

Agua Fria Festival brings Seri Indians, crafts from Mexico

Members of the Seri Indian Tribe from Sonora, Mexico, are one of many vendors selling colorful handcrafted articles at the upcoming Dewey-Humboldt Agua Fria Festival on Oct. 8-9 at the intersection of Highways 69 and 169.
International | Monday October 3rd, 2011

Mexico City Hosts Second Annual International Tourism Fair of the Americas

Event is expected to attract 30,000 travel industry professionals and consumers.
Ciudad de Mexico, Distrito Federal | Tuesday September 27th, 2011

Art exhibit traces Mexican influence in Los Angeles
John Farrell

Los Angeles was a Mexican city long before the Gold Rush. It was founded by settlers from Mexico in 1781, and only became part of California in 1848.
International | Monday September 26th, 2011

Students maintain their cultural identity
Rodrigo Andrade

Many Fresno State students will try to reconnect to their culture by attending the Guelaguetza this Sunday at Roosevelt High School.
International | Friday September 23rd, 2011

Mexican folk art in a socio-political context
Keith Barber

A life-sized sculpture of an H2 Hummer serves as a centerpiece of Mexican-American artist Margarita Cabrera’s exhibit The Space in Between, currently on display at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art in Winston-Salem.
International | Wednesday September 21st, 2011

Radiant Mexican Singer Martha Toledo Debuts in Sacramento
Mindy Giles

Radiant Mexican Singer Martha Toledo Debuts in Sacramento Wed., Sept. 21; Songs Speak of Respect and Dignity for Latin American Women
International | Saturday September 17th, 2011

ndependence celebration in Mexico continues today
Jonathon Shacat

The 201st anniversary of Mexico’s Independence Day is being celebrated with fireworks, parades and other activities in the border region.
International | Saturday September 17th, 2011

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