Benito Juarez is one of Mexico’s most celebrated presidents, but there’s nowhere in the country that holds him in as high esteem as his home state of Oaxaca. 106 more words
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Some big news in the mezcal world this week. First off, a quickie: Del Maguey officially turns 20 years old on March 14. It was on that day in 1995 that American artist Ron Cooper officially kicked off what has turned into a veritable craze in the drinks world by importing the first of his beautiful Oaxacan mezcals into the US. 335 more words
Si Usted es educador o administrador en una escuela que tiene alumnos transfronterizos, este guía le sirvirá.
¿Qué es un alumno transfronterizo? Un alumno que, en su caso, pasó una parte de su niñez en México y otra parte en Estados Unidos. 27 more words
Speed bumps… or as they are known here in Mexico, topes, or speed reducers. At least those are the names I can use on a blog read by people of all ages. 571 more words
KOREATOWN (CBSLA.com) — A restaurant in Los Angeles’ Koreatown known for offering the Oaxacan experience has won a prestigious national award.
As CBS2’s Stephanie Simmons reports, Guelaguetza on West Olympic Boulevard is the first traditional Mexican restaurant to win an America’s Classic award from the James Beard Foundation. 220 more words