Stories about Mexico from December, 2007
A huge crack appeared in the middle of the ice rink that was set up in the zócalo of Mexico City. Isopixel [es] has the latest photo.
Mexico Monitor provides information that Mexican immigration activist Elvira Arellano will appear on Al-Jazeera English television.
A contest for graffiti artists is scheduled for the Azteca Stadium in Mexico City. Vivir México [es] has more information.
What happened in Monterrey, Mexico during 2007? Ocho Cuartos [es] provides a look back.
Nathan Gibbs and reporter Amy Isackson produced a video piece about a 17-year-old boy, who was deported to Mexico, and who subsequently returned. He links to the video and accompanying...
Still in Mexico City, Juan Pablo Meneses of Cronicas Argentinas [es] tells a story of his first experience taking a taxi in the capital city, which included a colorful wrestling...
Enigmatario [es] writes about the proposed reforms in the judicial system in Mexico and provides an anecdote about the frustration that his brother experienced after his car was stolen.
December 12 marks the feast day of the Virgen of Guadalupe in Mexico. Daniel Hernandez of Intersections provides a first-hand view of the crowd with pictures.
Franc Contreras of Mexico Monitor writes about President Felipe Calderon's plan to reform the Federal Electoral Institute.
Immigration, Education and Globalization: US-MX is blog written by a post-graduate class at the University of Guanajuato, Mexico, whose goal “is to address immigration, education, human rights and binational relations,...
Mexico Reporter writes about the targeted shooting death of Michoacán reporter Israel García Pimentel.
HJ Barranza of Neverwonderland looks at the possibility of using open architecture and low cost housing and how it can help rebuild flood-ravaged Tabasco, Mexico.