The Truth About Mexico | Archive | Reports by State

Archive | Reports by State

Mexican Squares are the Best

Mexican Squares are the Best

One of the things first time visitors to México notice is how lively and important plazas are.  Here’s a great article by Common Edge.

Posted in Mexico, Mexico in GeneralComments (0)

Ever think about moving to Mexico?

Ever think about moving to Mexico?

 

This family did!  Read their story in the Washington Post, here.

Posted in Featured, Guanajuato, Mexico, Personal Experiences, YucatanComments (0)

See beautiful carved animals being made in Oaxaca

See beautiful carved animals being made in Oaxaca

One of my favorite experiences in Oaxaca was visiting the workshop of Jacobo & Maria Angeles, where they make their incredible alebrijes. Video is in Spanish but it is a delight to watch whether you know Spanish or not.


Una de nuestras experiencias favoritas en Oaxaca fue visitar el Taller Jacobo & Maria Angeles. Un must del shopping para nuestros tarjetahabientes World Elite® o Platinum MasterCard®. http://mstr.cd/PricelessCitiesOaxaca

Posted by MasterCard on Monday, August 31, 2015

Posted in Mexico, Oaxaca, Personal ExperiencesComments (0)

This is a serious birder’s paradise

This is a serious birder’s paradise

Birding in a Mexican Nature Reserve” to learn more.

Posted in Mexico, Quintana Roo, YucatanComments (0)

México Bicycle Delegation Succeeds in the Paris-Brest-Paris Randonneur

México Bicycle Delegation Succeeds in the Paris-Brest-Paris Randonneur

Mexico Cycling

For the first time ever a Mexican delegation participated in the 1,230 km/90 hour Paris-Brest-Paris Randonneur. We are so thrilled that México had a group of six represented at this event.

Read all about it here.

Posted in Mexico, Mexico in General, SinaloaComments (0)

Visit Frida & Diego’s Mexico City

Visit Frida & Diego’s Mexico City

Frida's Easel

 

SF Gate did a wonderful piece on Frida & Diego’s Mexico City.  If you can go, we recommend it… but if you can’t, read this!

Posted in Distrito FederalComments (0)

Visit Gorgeous, Historic Guanajuato

Visit Gorgeous, Historic Guanajuato

Guanajuato

 

New York Magazine’s Weekend Getaway visited Guanajuato recently.  It is a lovely city, full of history and surprise.  Check it out!

Posted in GuanajuatoComments (0)

A Local’s Guide to Mérida

A Local’s Guide to Mérida

Mérida, the ambrosial capital of Yucatán, serves up Mayan culture, historic architecture, and more riffs on pork belly than you can imagine. Expat power couple David Sterling and Keith Heitke share their favorites here.

Posted in Mexico, YucatanComments (0)

Mexicanize Yourself!

Mexicanize Yourself!

Mexicanize Yourself

 

Here’s a light hearted look at how to Mexicanize yourself!

Posted in Mexico, Mexico in GeneralComments (0)

Mexican Pizza Gives Back Too

Mexican Pizza Gives Back Too

Pizza

 

Love this! A Mexico City pizzeria makes pizza crusts with blue corn dough and Mexican ingredients… and also gives away a slice of pizza to the needy for every five sold.

In Spanish but the pictures tell the story.

Posted in Distrito Federal, Mexico, Personal ExperiencesComments (0)

Mexico City’s Roma Norte

Mexico City’s Roma Norte

Curious about Mexico City? Here is a foodie’s couple of weeks in Colonia Roma Norte.

Posted in Distrito Federal, Mexico, Personal ExperiencesComments (0)

Where to Drink and Learn about Mezcal in Oaxaca

Where to Drink and Learn about Mezcal in Oaxaca

The number of mezcalerías in Oaxaca, as well as bars in the city specializing in artisanal mezcals, has been increasing virtually every couple of months throughout 2014. Want to know more?  Here’s a great post to get you going.

Posted in Mexico, OaxacaComments (0)

The Mercado Libertad in Guadalajara

The Mercado Libertad in Guadalajara

Mexico Cooks! writes a new post about Mexico every Saturday, you really shouldn’t miss reading it…. this week’s is a wonderful history and tour of the Mercado Libertad in Guadalajara. Check it out!

Posted in Jalisco, MexicoComments (0)

Mexico City’s Fabulous Architecture

Mexico City’s Fabulous Architecture

Visitors to Mexico City are often surprised by its breadth of architectural styles, from 16th century churches to oddly shaped skyscrapers of the past decade. Take a look, here.

Posted in Distrito Federal, MexicoComments (0)

Good Article on DF, and in Vogue, no less!

Good Article on DF, and in Vogue, no less!

Vogue’s Guide to the Coolest Megalopolis in the World, Mexico City.  Don’t miss it!  Here’s the article.

Posted in Distrito Federal, MexicoComments (0)

Take a tour of Oaxaca with Munchies!

Take a tour of Oaxaca with Munchies!

Posted in OaxacaComments (0)

Six Unique Activities in Mexico

Six Unique Activities in Mexico

 

Travel Age West magazine recently published an article about off the beaten track experiences that we think you’d like to know more about.  Check it out!  

Posted in Mexico, Mexico in GeneralComments (0)

An unexpected Semana Santa encounter

An unexpected Semana Santa encounter

 

Linda Lou blogs about life in Alamos, Sonora.  She had an interesting and unexpected encounter during Semana Santa (Easter Week.) You can read all about it here.

Posted in Personal Experiences, SonoraComments (0)

New Maya Museums in the Yucatán

New Maya Museums in the Yucatán

 

Three new museums open in the Yucatán that you won’t want to miss.  Read the SF Gate article here.

Posted in Quintana Roo, YucatanComments (0)

Artists can pay taxes with artworks in Mexico

Artists can pay taxes with artworks in Mexico

 

The Atlantic’s Eva Hershaw has written a very interesting piece on artists in Mexico being allowed to pay their taxes with artwork.  We think it’s a fabulous idea.

Posted in Mexico, Mexico in GeneralComments (0)

Sixty Languages at Risk of Extinction in Mexico

Sixty Languages at Risk of Extinction in Mexico

 

Can they be kept alive?  Here is a worthwhile piece by Christine Dell’Amore of National Geographic. (free subscription required)

Posted in Mexico, Mexico in GeneralComments (0)

Did you grow up eating Mexican food?

Did you grow up eating Mexican food?

 

If you think you did, check out “53 Signs You Grew Up Eating Mexican Food” on BuzzFeed. You’ll love it!

Posted in Mexico, Mexico in GeneralComments (0)

Comforting Mexican Mourners

Comforting Mexican Mourners

 

Here’s a wonderful article and great video about musicians who play for mourners in Mexico City.  

Posted in Distrito Federal, MexicoComments (0)

Los Otros Dreamers

Los Otros Dreamers

 

Friday April 25, 2014, 2:00 to 4:00pm, Manzanita Hall 130

Jill Anderson and Nin Solís will present their forthcoming book: Los Otros Dreamers, about young people who have been deported or made the difficult decision to return to Mexico in response to obstacles in the US.

Posted in Mexico in General, Personal ExperiencesComments (0)

Sculptor Elizabeth Catlett dies in Mexico

Sculptor Elizabeth Catlett dies in Mexico

 

“If I had stayed in the States, I wouldn’t have done this work,” says Elizabeth Catlett…” Read the Inside Mexico article “Elizabeth Catlett, rock of ages”, here.  

Posted in Mexico, Mexico in GeneralComments (0)

Electronic Music in Mexico

Electronic Music in Mexico

 

If you like electronic music, you’ll want to check out Thump on Vice.  Here’s their latest article (with audio and video) titled Seven New Faces of Electronic Music in Mexico.  Turn your speakers up and enjoy!

Posted in Mexico, Mexico in GeneralComments (0)

Untold Stories from the Mexico You Don’t Know

Untold Stories from the Mexico You Don’t Know

 

Visit Round Earth Media’s website “Mexico Uncovered” for links to powerful radio documentaries.  Awesome! 

Posted in Featured, Mexico, Mexico in GeneralComments (0)

A tour of the modern city of Monterrey

A tour of the modern city of Monterrey

 

Kim G is taking a road trip from Boston to the Yucatan (and blogging about it) – in this blog post he gives us a nice tour of the city of Monterrey.  Read “Monterrey – an entirely different face of Mexico” here. 

Posted in Mexico, Nuevo LeonComments (0)

Sunshine & sophistication in Mexico City

Sunshine & sophistication in Mexico City

 

The Minneapolis Star Tribune published an article today – “Sunshine and Sophistication in Mexico City.”  You’ll want to read this in depth piece that shows that “Mexico City offers an urbane alternative to beach resorts for tourists seeking fine cuisine, culture, and history.”

Posted in Distrito Federal, MexicoComments (0)

The Mexico you don’t see on the Nightly News

The Mexico you don’t see on the Nightly News

 

Blogger and mother Beth and her family live in Mexico.  Her post “The Mexico You Don’t See on the Nightly News” will resonate with all of us who live in Mexico (and love it here.)

Posted in Mexico, Quintana RooComments (0)

Click here to Like The Truth About Mexico on Facebook





Related Sites

Quick Takes

México's Many Layers
02/16, 4:38 am | Comments: 0
President and CEO of Softtek, Blanca Treviño writes in the Huffington Post A Fuller Picture: México’s Many Layers.  We heartily agree!

An Alternative to the "Mexico of CNN"
01/8, 4:49 am | Comments: 0
Ron Erskine of the Gilroy Dispatch wrote a piece titled “San Miguel de Allende a safe, scenic alternative to the “Mexico of CNN.” We hope you enjoy seeing San Miguel through his eyes.

A Taste of Real Mexico
01/6, 1:20 am | Comments: 0
I live in Mazatlán, and I know what a wonderful place it is.  Today I read a piece by Darren Parkman “The Traveling Canadian” about his visit to Mazatlán.  It sounds like he loves it as much as I do.  Here is his article titled A Taste or Real Mexico

google