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One of Mexico’s Most Important Art Collections Faces Uncertainty as Citigroup Offloads CitiBanamex

One of Mexico’s Most Important Art Collections Faces Uncertainty as Citigroup Offloads CitiBanamex

The future of one of Mexico's most popular and important art collections is now facing uncertainty after CitiBanamex has been put up for sale.
5 Things Americans Don’t Know About Latin Culture

5 Things Americans Don’t Know About Latin Culture

Latin American culture can often be cultures that are misunderstood by Americans. There are so many groups and traditions within Latin American culture that are often so complex or the result of many traditions.
10 Unique New Year's Eve Traditions in Latin America Believed to Bring Good Luck

10 Unique New Year's Eve Traditions in Latin America Believed to Bring Good Luck

Here are 10 unique New Year's Eve traditions in Latin America believed to bring good luck and fortune.
Aztec Altar, Ancient Pot With Human Ashes Unearthed by Archeologists in Mexico City

Aztec Altar, Ancient Pot With Human Ashes Unearthed by Archeologists in Mexico City

Mexican archeologists found an Aztec altar dating back to the 16th century underneath a home near Plaza Garibaldi in Mexico City.
Affordable Living Options For Renters As Moratoriums Come to An End

Affordable Living Options For Renters As Moratoriums Come to An End

While president Joe Biden extended the Eviction Moratorium in August, some states provided extensions for renters throughout the rest of 2021. As the end of the year creeps near, millions of renters wonder where they'll end up next. Adding to the pressure is news that landlords and property investors looking to make up for their losses amid the pandemic and the rise in the real estate market have caused rental rates to climb through the roof.
Gifts that your child will love and learn from

Gifts That Your Child Will Love and Learn From

Giving gifts can be a pleasant experience. It causes us to reflect thoroughly on our loved ones' interests, personalities, and needs.
Here’s What the Metaverse Will and Won’t Do for You

Here's What the Metaverse Will and Won't Do for You

When Neal Stephenson coined the term "metaverse" in his 1992 novel, Snow Crash, he had a distant dystopia in mind that he probably didn't think he would live to see.
Opportunities in the Metaverse for Real-world Businesses

Opportunities in the Metaverse for Real-world Businesses

Like it or not, the metaverse is coming. You don't have the luxury of having feelings about it if you are a business that hopes to do business in the new age.
How to Make Your Morning Routine More Efficient

How to Make Your Morning Routine More Efficient

Statistics show that 88% of people have a morning routine. Having a routine in the morning and one that gets you out the door in time for work can be two different things. How long does it take you to prepare for work in the morning?
Private Collector Returns Mayan Artifact to Guatemala After Plans of Auctioning It in 2019

Private Collector Returns Mayan Artifact to Guatemala After Plans of Auctioning It in 2019

A private collector has returned a Mayan artifact to Guatemala after there were plans to auction the piece in 2019 in Paris.
Day of the Dead or Dia De Muertos Parade in Mexico City Returns After Being Canceled in 2020 Due to COVID

Day of the Dead or Dia De Muertos Parade in Mexico City Returns After Being Canceled in 2020 Due to COVID

The Dia de Muertos or Day of the Dead parade in Mexico City is returning this year as the country continues to experience improvement in its COVID cases.
Bank of Mexico Releases New 20-Peso Bill, Coins to Commemorate 200 Years of the Country's Independence

Bank of Mexico Releases New 20-Peso Bill, Coins to Commemorate 200 Years of Country's Independence

The Bank of Mexico has released a new 20-peso bill and 10- and 20-peso coins to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the country's independence from Spain.
Mexico Creates National Guard Special Team to Recover Stolen Archaeological Pieces

Mexico Creates National Guard Special Team to Recover Stolen Archaeological Pieces

Mexico has a new special team composed of National Guard personnel dedicated to recovering stolen archaeological pieces and historical documents.
Six Flags

'Six Flags Fright Fest' Return to Six Flags Over Georgia This Year

After missing out last year because of the pandemic, the "Thrill Capital of the South" Six Flags Over Georgia has announced the return of its hit Fright Fest for 2021.
John P. Dessereau

Renowned Latino Muralists Spearhead National Campaign Against Hunger

Two renowned Latino muralists have been chosen by No Kid Hungry, a national campaign to end childhood hunger in America, as a part of its "Rebuilding" campaign that runs through October 8.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Holds Weekly Press Conference At The Capitol

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Address the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute 44th Annual Awards Gala

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) has announced that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will be attending as a Special Guest in the upcoming 44th Annual Awards Gala to deliver her remarks.
A Still from the Wave Trees'

Indie Rock Act Wavy Trees Return With Heartbreak Anthem ‘Hypocrite’

LA-based indie garage punk band Wavy Trees send their love to the brokenhearted everywhere with their latest single "Hypocrite."
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Pure XTC Recounts Past Relationship in New Single 'Bad Dreams'

Dark pop artist pure xtc returns with her newest single, "Bad Dreams," now available on all digital streaming platforms.
Bang & Olufsen

Danish Luxury Brand Bang & Olufsen Presents 'Sustainability Exhibition' at Milan Design Week 2021

Bang & Olufsen, the high-end consumer electronics company, expressed its commitment to cut down on e-waste by presenting its sustainability exhibition at the Milan Design Week 2021.
'Dia De Muertos' or Day of the Dead Exhibit at National Museum of Mexican Art to Honor Vanessa Guillen, Adam Toledo, COVID Victims

'Dia De Muertos' or Day of the Dead Exhibit at National Museum of Mexican Art to Honor Vanessa Guillen, COVID Victims

Vanessa Guillen, Adam Toledo, and the COVID-19 victims will be honored in a "Dia De Muertos" or Day of the Dead exhibit at the National Museum of Mexican Arts in Chicago.
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