Category: Community

Puebla vs. Oaxaca: 5th Annual ‘La Feria de los Moles’

Feria de Los Moles

LOS ANGELES – On Sunday, October 7th, La Placita Olvera will once again witness the celebration feast filled with flavor, folklore and color at the 5th Annual ‘La Feria de Los Moles’ (The Mole Fair): Puebla vs Oaxaca in Los…

The MEXICO Report Celebrates the ‘Real Heroes of Mexico’

Dr. Rosa Vivas Alcaraz, Real Heroes of Mexico

LOS ANGELES – August 30, 2012 – Today, The MEXICO Report announced its ‘2012 Real Heroes of Mexico’ completed project showcasing more than 45 profiles of Mexicans, Americans and Canadians who were nominated by the general public along with nine…

The 2012 Real Heroes of Mexico Announced!

Finally, the day has arrived! I can check this off my bucket list now, as an author of my first book. Well, more like editor – but keep in mind this labor of love was edited mostly at 3 or…

State Grant Helps Purchase New Vehicles For FTHSM

Earlier this month FTHSM took delivery of four shiny new vehicles from the Vegusa Grupo Nissan dealership in San Miguel thanks to a State grant from Guanajuato. FTHSM applied for the grant in May knowing it needed to replace its fleet…

From One Single Blog Post, So Much Good Can Happen – Here’s Proof

Highlighting the positive or showcasing the greatness in people or culture has always been my top priority in writing or blogging – especially when it comes to Mexico and giving it the recognition it deserves.  I see enough bad junk…

La Mexicana: Female Icons in Mexican Culture

Oaxacan Women in traditional Calenda photo © The MEXICO Report

Denver businessman Luis Abarca’s commitment to the arts and culture of his homeland has produced one of the area’s largest private collections of Mexican fine and folk art.  Art from the Abarca Family Collection will be on display September 13-December…