Mexico City’s subway system is one of its great secrets. It’s cheap, safer than you might think, and can get you places much faster than traffic-clogged streets. Don't be afraid to take the metro to get where you are going!
Diana Anhalt was eight years old when her parents, who were active in many left-wing political organizations, moved the family from New York to Mexico City.This is an excerpt from her book A Gathering of Fugitives: American Political Expatriates in Mexico 1948-1965.
Last week, Inside México spoke with former US Ambassador to Mexico James R. Jones. As Ambassador Jones was being interviewed, the Mexican newspaper El Universal reported that the Obama administration had chosen Cuban born diplomat Carlos Pascual to fill the post recently vacated by Ambassador Antonio O. Garza. The report has yet to be officially confirmed.
Veracruz is one of Mexico’s most interesting and exciting states. It offers something for nearly every traveler: white water rafting, museum hopping, pre-Hispanic archaeological sites, sport fishing, great coffee, music, culture, the chance to visit a witch doctor, and, as experienced on a recent visit, some very nice hotels. Here are two worth visiting: Hotel Emporio Veracruz and Hotel Isla Tajin.
Dr. Robinson discusses his lifetime
commitment to activism and (small ¨d¨)
democracy, as a professor, researcher
and filmmaker analyzing and documenting
the lives of poor and indigenous