Topics :: Mexico
By ED Walsh | Tuesday Oct 4, 2011
Casa de Sierra Nevada, in picturesque San Miguel de Allende, is setting the standard for luxury and service in Mexico. Conde Nast Traveler named it as one of the ten best hotels in all of Mexico and Central America.
Saturday Aug 27, 2011
Presbyterians in Mexico are breaking ties with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) because of differences over homosexuality.
By TRACIE CONE | Monday Jul 11, 2011
It’s said the national drink of Mexico has magical properties: It closes contracts and opens doors, makes shy people bold and helps form friendships.
By MARK STEVENSON | Tuesday Jun 28, 2011
"Narco Polo" is the new fashion trend sweeping lower-class neighborhoods in Mexico, inspired by seven high-ranking drug traffickers who were arrested wearing open-neck, short-sleeved jerseys with the familiar horseman-with-a-stick emblem.
By Matthew E. Pilecki | Monday Apr 11, 2011
Forget the drugs wars, say the increasing number of gay men retiring in Mexico. Instead, you’ll find courteous, gay-friendly people, low-low prices, beautiful weather, and a lifestyle only afforded to the very rich--and now, even a gay retirement home.
Sunday Mar 27, 2011
At a celebrity-packed Oscar party, the Puerto Vallarta Beach Club raised $40,000 for the Elton John AIDS Foundation. The event, attended by such people as Sharon and Kelly Osborne and Clare Danes, was a $3,500-per-plate dinner and auction.
By Ivan Quintanilla | Thursday Dec 9, 2010
It’s time for a well-deserved break in a place where Blackberries are fruits, not handhelds; and handholding a fruit is a Public Display of Affection not a Personal Digital Assistant. Welcome to Puerto Vallarta!
By MARK STEVENSON | Friday Dec 3, 2010
Cancun’s eroding white sand beaches are providing a note of urgency to the climate talks being held just south of this seaside resort famed for its postcard-perfect vistas.
Wednesday Nov 17, 2010
An Australian man has filed what activists said Tuesday is the first lawsuit by a migrant against Mexico’s immigration service, arguing he suffered economic, psychological and other damages from being detained for more than four months with little explanation and in poor conditions.
By JULIE WATSON | Wednesday Nov 10, 2010
The nearly 4,500 passengers and crew of the Carnival Splendor have no air conditioning or hot water. They are low on food. And for at least another 24 hours, they have no way out.