Last updateFri, 19 Jul 2024 12pm


rectangle placeholder

Nahuatl you need to know

English speakers constantly use words borrowed from Latin, Greek, French, German, Spanish and plenty of other languages.

Operetta celebrates famous Guadalajara benefactor

A few Tapatios attending the premiere of a two-hour spectacle (requiem)  in memory of Fray Antonio Alcalde, the Dominican priest who served as Guadalajara’s bishop from 1771 to his death in 1792, came away with new knowledge about their home city.

Teúl, Zacatecas: magic town, magic mountain

Teúl de González Ortega, located near the south end of the state of Zacatecas, is one of Mexico’s most beautiful and interesting towns: a Pueblo Mágico (Magic Town) truly deserving of the name, conveniently located right next to an amazing archaeological site.