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City over Beach

Skip the beach and head to Mexico's luxurious crown jewel: Mexico City

By Caitlin M. Ryan

Just one short flight from any major hub in Texas will land a traveler in the lap of luxury. Though this city is often overlooked as a destination, and is used more commonly as a thoroughfare, Mexi ...


Expanding Waistlines

America trims down: No longer the fattest developed country in the world

By Marika Rafte

America has lost a title it never wanted in the first place: It's no longer the fattest country in the Western Hemisphere. The new winner? Mexico, which is also one of the fattest countries in ...


The Texas Tribune Presents a Conversation with Tony Garza

The Austin Club

Antonio Garza served as the U.S. ambassador to Mexico from 2002-2009, and he will join Texas Tribune CEO and editor-in-chief Evan Smith in a discussion centered around U.S.-Mexico relations, how re


Design in Nature

Hijo: A Marf-ican inspired garden shop from JM Dry Goods

By Caitlin M. Ryan

Living in Marfa for 18 months as a film costumer married to a fabricator — one who was integral to the design and construction of Liz Lambert's famed El Cosmico, no less — is a sure ...


musical mainstays

Alejandro Escovedo reflects on Texas music and his journey prior to Gruene Hall

By Dixon Milner

Alejandro Escovedo is a true Texas original. He hails from a musically inclined family and his father came here from Mexico. Settling in Austin in the '80s, he's also spent time in Cal ...


Formula 1 in Austin

Fans roar over Formula 1 engines: Two years in the making, the U.S. Grand Prix comes alive

By Kevin Benz

The United States Grand Prix roars into the Circuit of the Americas Sunday. The race marks the end of an odyssey that began years ago when Tavo Hellmund discussed the idea of bringing Formula 1 to ...


Championship beckons

Sebastian Vettel is the lone star: On pole for the U.S. Grand Prix

By Anthony French

Sebastian Vettel seized pole position for the inaugural United States Grand Prix by the smallest of margins after a grueling, action-packed qualifying session at Austin's Circuit of the America ...


Panel Discussion and opening reception: A Nation of Fear

The UT Visual Arts Center

Hosted during the opening reception for the exhibition A Nation of Fear, Center Space Project presents a panel discussion that examines the current wave of violence in Mexico, its causes, and the w


did you hear?

Mexico's beloved beer, Indio, hits U.S. soil with a series of secret parties and underground tactics

By Caitlin M. Ryan

Unless you're either a true beer connoisseur or are well accustomed with Mexico, you may not yet realize that Indio beer is available in the U.S. — but that was kind of intentional. Indio ...


rumor control

Despite what you hear, it's safe: Mexican governor visits Texas, calls for more tourist activity

By Melissa Gaskill

I love to travel to Mexico and do so fairly often. Yes, there’s all that scary (and true) news about warring drug cartels. But Mexico is a big country, as is the U.S. There are places I ...


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