Stories about Mexico from October, 2007
ALT 1040 [ES] links to videos of former Mexican President Vicente Fox's appearance on Bill O'Reilly and writes, “it is fun to see each of them mutually self-destruct.”
On October 12, a date celebrated as Columbus Day in the United States, but as Día de la Raza in parts of Latin America, Juan Carlos Romero Puga of Vivir Mexico [ES] shows a picture of a statue of Christopher Columbus in Mexico City, which had been protected from the...
HJ Barraza provides his latest Mexican Education RoundUp at his blog Neverwonderland. He also endorses the XO computer for use by Mexican schoolchildren.
Mexico City's government recently unveiled a plan to improve transit throughout the city. Vivir Mexico [ES] discusses these new proposals , but also writes that citizens must “change the way we live with one another,” especially in regards to how people change for the worst once they step behind the...
Isopixel [ES] criticizes the singer Paulina Rubio for a controversial photo where she drapes the Mexican flag covering her nude body, which may cost her a hefty fine.
Chilanga Banda [ES] writes about Mexico City's plans for commemorating the Day of the Dead between October 31 and November 3.
Daniel Hernandez writes about artwork that commemorates the 1968 Massacre of Tlatelolco that took place in Mexico City.