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The Amazing Mexican Pulps That Shaped A Generation With Its Demonic And Monstrous Characters

9 de agosto de 2018

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María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

From the 1950s until the 1970s, pulp magazines were the ultimate form of entertainment for the Mexican people. Their stories and vibrant covers were a reflexion of their anxieties and characteristic racy humor. …

The Sexual Myth About The Mexican Revolutionary Emiliano Zapata

8 de agosto de 2018

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María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Emiliano Zapata is one of the most studied characters in the history of Mexico, but there's a sexual myth and part of his story that isn't studied as much. …

Dolores del Río, The Hollywood Diva Persecuted As A Witch By Anti-Communist Censors

3 de agosto de 2018

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María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Considered to be one of the most beautiful women in history, Dolores del Río was a true film legend both in Mexico and the US. …

Felix Hernandez, The Photographer Who Turns Dreams Into Miniature Scenes

1 de agosto de 2018

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Patricia Cordero

The Mexican photographer Felix Hernandez transformed frustration into playful and dreamy works of art. …

How Heartbreak Led To The Most Successful Brothel In Puerto Rico

26 de julio de 2018

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María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Isabel 'la Negra' Luberza Oppenheimer was a legend in Puerto Rico due to her exclusive and successful brothel. …

7 Medicinal Uses Of Tequila, Besides Getting Wasted

24 de julio de 2018

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Zoralis Pérez

Tequila is so much more than getting blackout drunk and partying the night away. Here are 7 health benefits of tequila you could get from a shot. …

Pancho Villa: Things You Didn't Know About One Of The Most Wanted People In The US

20 de julio de 2018

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María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Even before being wanted by the US government, Pancho Villa had already become an international celebrity. …

When You Stop Trying To Define Your Cultural Identity: 4 Things I've Learned Along The Way

19 de julio de 2018

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Zoralis Pérez

Trying to define your cultural identity when it includes aspects of more than one culture can lead to several existential crises. …

Anacaona: The Golden Flower Queen Killed For Refusing To Be A Concubine

12 de julio de 2018

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María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Anacaona, which means Golden Flower in the Taíno language, was the chief of her tribe, and she became a heroine for refusing to bow down to the Spanish. …

The 15 Most Beautiful And Underrated Colonial Towns In Latin America

10 de julio de 2018

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María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Latin America has tons of destinations to offer, but perhaps what makes it unique is its many gorgeous colonial towns. …

Malverde: The Story Behind The Man Who Became The Patron Saint Of Drug Dealers

9 de julio de 2018

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María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Malverde is a Mexican folk hero considered a saint for stealing from the rich to help the poor, but he's also the patron saint of drug dealers. …

AMLO Wins Historic Presidential Election In Mexico But What Does This Mean For The Relationship With The US?

2 de julio de 2018

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María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Leftist candidate, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), got a stunning victory in the presidential election in Mexico. He's already spoken with Trump about the future. …