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Erika Valenciana, a Chicago-based filmmaker, loves making her own clothes. She joins guest host Amy Güth to talk about documentary films, sewing and more. Catch up with Erika in Mexico City in March for the premier of her documentary La Mitad del Mundo! Follow Erika on Instagram and online with Diverse Voices in Docs, Stowe Story Labs. Erika and Magdelena Hernandez "La Mitad del Mundo" documentary film is going to premiere at Lit Luz in March Amy is the host of Unconventional with Amy Güth and Crain's Daily Gist. She also produces cultural events at 5959 in Chicago. Follow Amy on Instagram for yoga writing prompts and subscribe to her weekly email newsletter. Show Notes "Brewer" and "Birder By The Lake" are both not yet available online, both are in-progress Anu Rana, producer of "Brewer" film Mitch Wenkus, cinematographer of "Birder by the Lake" film Professor Valerie Frizzle, PhD Threadbare TV Host wears same suit Barack Obama wore the same tuxedo for 8 years, nobody noticed Successful people wear the same clothes every day Follow @findingfavspod on Instagram and Twitter. Rate and review on Apple Podcasts Updates on Leah's CaringBridge
Anti-semitism was tragically back in the news in recent days with the hostage-taking at the Beth Israel synagogue in Colleyville, Texas. But was this event covered the way it should have been? Barely. And this tells us a lot about anti-Semitism during these times. Is this period different? Have we entered a ‘new normal' for anti-Semitism? Is it just the extremes or are there now more enablers? Bret Stephens, Pulitzer Prize winning columnist for The New York Times, joins us. Bret came to The Times after a long career with The Wall Street Journal, where he was most recently deputy editorial page editor and, for 11 years, a foreign affairs columnist. Before that, he was editor in chief of The Jerusalem Post. Bret has reported from around the world and interviewed scores of world leaders. He is also the author of "America in Retreat: The New Isolationism and the Coming Global Disorder.” Bret was raised in Mexico City, earned his BA at the University of Chicago and his Masters at the London School of Economics.
Are you willing to take a chance on yourself this year? This week we chat with Sheriden Chanel - writer, creative and Managing Editor of xonecole.com - who is living and working in Mexico City. Sheriden opens up about her #dreamdriving journey and the unconventional path she took to find herself - including all the lessons she's learned along the way. Sheriden shares why she had to give herself the freedom to "make mistakes" and find out what happiness looks like for her. You'll enjoy this transparent journey of personal growth, self-preservation and the redefining of self- pleasure. SHOW NOTES: www.dreamsindrive.com/sheriden-chanel SHOP THE DREAMS IN DRIVE STORE: http://www.dreamsindrive.com/shop SUPPORT DREAMS IN DRIVE: http://www.dreamsindrive.com/donate BROWSE THE BOOKSTORE:http://www.dreamsindrive.com/bookstore SIGN UP FOR OUR WEEKLY NEWSLETTER - THE KEYS: http://www.dreamsindrive.com/join FIND SHERIDEN ON: Instagram: @sheridenchanel Web: www.postcard808s.com FIND RANA ON SOCIAL: Instagram: http://instagram.com/rainshineluv Twitter: http://twitter.com/rainshineluv FIND DREAMS IN DRIVE ON:Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/dreamsindrive Twitter: http://twitter.com/dreamsindrive Web: http://www.dreamsindrive.com
Seriah welcomes author, investigator, and alternative historian Walter Bosley. Topics include Juan Severino de San Pablo and the Inquisition, the 18th century automaton "the bleeding man", the 16th century Portuguese explorerJuan Rodríguez Cabrillo, Hernán Cortés, Tenochtitlán/Mexico City, the age of European "exploration" and the secrets nations kept therein, Hidalgos de Sangre AKA knights-by-blood, the Order of Christ and the Knights Templar, the quest for the North West Passage and its strategic importance, Sir Francis Drake, San Francisco Bay, telluric current and gold, California as an island, Spanish galleons found in the desert, ancient Viking exploration, the Puritans and their influence on American culture, Prince Madoc, so-called "White Indians", Acadians, pre-Columbian European contact in the Americas, a possible pre-1492 expedition by Columbus, Henry Sinclair, Christopher Columbus and Templar symbology, hollow earth theories, Edgar Allan Poe, Admiral Richard E. Byrd, Lieutenant Commander Richard E. Byrd III (AKA Richard Byrd Jr.), Operation Highjump, Roswell, Antarctica theories and lore, high-tech break away group, NYMZA, the origin of the U.S. Air Force and the national-security state, disappearing records, telluric current and missing persons, fiction as a tool for advancing ideas, and much more! This is a fascinating discussion that covers a lot of territory! - Recap by Vincent Treewell Outro Music by Psyche Corporation with Strange Machine. Download
Photo: The Salto del Agua (fountain), in Mexico City. #NewWorldReport: AMLO back to the future. Latin American Research Professor Evan Ellis, U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute. @revanellis, @ArmyWarCollege https://www.naturalgasintel.com/constitutional-reform-unlikely-in-2022-but-mexico-energy-sector-risk-still-high-analysts-say/
In this episode of One On One, Luke Lapinski sits down with the newest member of the Arizona Coyotes broadcast team, the Spanish play-by-play voice of your Arizona Coyotes, Luis Hernandez. Luis and Luke talk about his path to Arizona, from Mexico City, through the many newsrooms he worked in and finally to the broadcast booth of the Arizona Coyotes. Upcoming Spanish Broadcasts 1/28 vs BOS 2/2 vs CGY 2/23 vs LAK This podcast is produced and mixed by Doug Cannon. It is hosted by Luke Lapinski with guest Luis Hernandez The views and opinions expressed in the podcast are those of the host and guests. They do not necessarily reflect the position of the Arizona Coyotes or any affiliates.
Today's guest on the Expat Money Show is my very good friend Marc Clair, the co-founder, host and producer of ‘Lions of Liberty' podcast. Over the last eight years, Lions of Liberty has become a leading platform for libertarian voices in the alternative media. I have had the pleasure of joining him on his podcast multiple times and have even been able to assist him in his own expat journey overseas. On today's podcast, Marc and I discuss his expat journey leaving Los Angeles where he had lived for more than a decade to now living in Mexico City. We discuss the struggles and craziness of dealing with the Mexican government to get residency and in the USA to get a green card for his wife and stepson. What a journey Marc has had these past few years, here are some of the things we talk about… First off, what is a libertarian? What does it mean to be a libertarian? Do we all think the same, do we have the same ideas…do we wave around a libertarian flag? How neither Marc nor I became overnight libertarians. It became our ideals, our way of life and what brought us to this point in our lives. I think you will love this conversation. Expat living is a vehicle towards freedom and liberty. Are you leaning towards leaving your home country? Wondering what all the hype is about. Marc and I discuss the real struggles of leaving your home and all the things you take for granted. We talk about the little things that drive us crazy about living in Panama and Mexico and the old adage of 'mañana'. If you're American or Canadian, you'll feel our pain. Marc talks about the nightmare of dealing with immigration in the USA and the time it has taken to complete the paperwork. And in the end, has it been worth it? All these extra steps, and time spent…has it been worth it? Being an expat, leaving your family behind? Going for a green card? Immigration? I talk a lot about being a libertarian and a lot of my guests are libertarians. If you are interested in the philosophy and really resonate with what we talk about, then this episode will speak to you. PODCAST EPISODES YOU WILL ENJOY https://expatmoneyshow.com/episodes/alex-bales (165: Digital Nomad Life In The Middle East, Balkans, and the Caucasus During The Pandemic – Alex Bales ) https://expatmoneyshow.com/episodes/chase-warrington (157: Working Remote From Spain - Chase Warrington ) https://expatmoneyshow.com/episodes/linda-mueller/ (151: Helping Spouses Cope With Expat Life – Linda Mueller) BEST WAY TO REACH MARC CLAIR What a giant Marc has been in the liberty podcasting world. His numbers really do speak for themselves. http://lionsofliberty.com (LionsOfLiberty.com) Non-political realm - comic book nerds visit Marc at http://secondprintcomics.com (SecondPrintComics.com) CONCLUSION: I have been waiting for 3 years to have Marc on my show. I've had the pleasure of being a guest on the Lions of Liberty Podcast a few times now, so it was fun to get to chat with him about his expat journey. Here are some of my episodes on the Lions of Liberty podcast: https://www.lionsofliberty.com/episodes/unplug-your-kids-from-the-matrix?rq=Mikkel%20Thorup (Unplug Your Kids from the Matrix) https://www.lionsofliberty.com/archives/2019/06/17/can-you-achieve-liberty-by-becoming-an-expat-mikkel-thorup-on-expat-secrets?rq=Mikkel%20Thorup (Can You Achieve Liberty by Becoming an Expat?) https://www.lionsofliberty.com/archives/2019/12/30/life-and-liberty-as-an-expat-a-roundtable-w-mikkel-thorup-james-guzman-and-mike-michelini?rq=Mikkel%20Thorup (Life and Liberty as an Expat) Support this podcast
Bowen Yang (platinum blonde, super-immune, Erika, corn silk-era) and Matt Rogers (still brunette, super-immune, Rinna, still charizard-era) gather together after a fabulous trip to Mexico City to record a "culture catchup" episode of their podcast Las Culturistas (critically acclaimed). And wow, has culture occurred. The name Che Diaz ring a bell? "Hey, it's Che Diaz!" How about now? Also, Mary M. Cosby, exiting the world stage? Major news, indeed. The Elmo-Zoe feud down on Sesame Street? You could say the hosts are bravely taking a side. And oh, the power of cinema. Matt and Bow review The Power of the Dog, Being The Ricardos, The Lost Daughter, Don't Look Up, Free Guy and Licorice Pizza. All this, praise for the final season of Search Party, a celebration of the renewal of The Morning Show for a third season (congrats third graders, you're the real heroes, mamas), thoughts on new Drag Race, Project Runway and Euphoria, and a whole lot of bullshit in between. Las Cultch? Is back. She suffered... and she is still that girl. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
And just like that…it's 2022! Lily returns from Nashville with COVID—and wild tales of natural wine conveyer belts, Miranda Lambert's cantina and a bisexual mom Uber driver. Meanwhile in Mexico City, Steven attends a queer dinner fiesta, trawls for vintage Versace and enthusiastically embraces the role of DJ Booth Bitch. Then— you definitely don't wanna miss the VIP Lounge on this one—Steven drops El Chapo tea, gets caught by club security with *******, and does a live virtual unboxing of Lily's present to him from Kristin Cavallari's store, Uncommon James. Calienté! Subscribe to our Patreon and get exclusive access to the VIP Lounge:https://www.patreon.com/cbcthepodFollow us for more fun!Instagram: @cbcthepodTwitter: @cbcthepodPlease, please give us 5 Stars on Apple Podcasts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Mexico City rockers El Shirota stopped by KEXP to play a searing set for one of our first performances in the Gathering Space since the start of the pandemic. On this episode, Troy Nelson breaks down the long list of possible artists one could compare the bold band to while KEXP's Albina Cabrera chats with the members of El Shirota (en Español) about the making of their long-awaited debut full-length, Tiempos Raros, released in 2020. Recorded 09/28/2021. RTL Más de una vez Niebla La Ciudad Watch the full Live on KEXP session on YouTube Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mexico City rockers El Shirota stopped by KEXP to play a searing set for one of our first performances in the Gathering Space since the start of the pandemic. On this episode, Troy Nelson breaks down the long list of possible artists one could compare the bold band to while KEXP's Albina Cabrera chats with the members of El Shirota (en Español) about the making of their long-awaited debut full-length, Tiempos Raros, released in 2020. Recorded 09/28/2021. RTL Más de una vez Niebla La Ciudad Watch the full Live on KEXP session on YouTube Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"La gran propuesta que queremos avanzar a la sociedad civil, a la comunidad, es la posibilidad de que el psicoanálisis tenga un lugar para que la gente pueda acudir. Nuestra gran propuesta es fundamentalmente clínica, es la recepción de los quebrantos del sujeto, de los dolores de las mujeres, de la desesperación de los niños, de los familiares y la propuesta es justamente que estas personas puedan tener una escucha psicoanalítica." ["The great proposal that we want to advance to civil society, to the community, is the possibility that psychoanalysis has a place so that people come and be heard. Our proposal is fundamentally clinical - it is the reception of the injuries of the subject, the pain of the women, the despair of the children, of the relatives, and the proposal is precisely that these people can have a psychoanalytic listening."] Descripción del Episodio: El Dr. Helí Morales comienza la entrevista haciendo referencia a dos instituciones que el ha fundado, la escuela de la Letra Psicoanalítica y la Fundación Social del Psicoanálisis, la primera esta dirigida a la formación de psicoanalistas y la segunda al trabajo de los psicoanalistas en la comunidad , en ciudades como Puebla, Oaxaca , Cuernavaca, Morelia y en Ciudad de México. El trabajo comunitario a través de las “Clínicas de la Escucha” está dirigido principalmente a trabajar con mujeres víctimas de violencia y con familiares de personas que han desaparecido. Desarrolla diferentes conceptos teóricos desde el pensamiento de Freud y Lacan para dar cuenta de la violencia entre lo seres humanos y de la crueldad como satisfacción de poder. Dr. Helí Morales considera fundamental que el psicoanálisis extienda sus fronteras para poder instalar un diálogo con la comunidad que permita abrir los conceptos psicoanalíticos para que nuestra práctica se pueda ver enriquecida. Episode Description: Dr. Helí Morales begins the interview by referring to two institutions that he has founded- the School of the Psychoanalysis (Letra) and the Social Foundation of Psychoanalysis. The first is aimed at training psychoanalysts and the second to the work of psychoanalysts in the community, in cities such as Puebla, Oaxaca, Cuernavaca, Morelia, and Mexico City. Community work through the "Listening Clinics" is aimed mainly at working with women victims of violence and with relatives of people who have disappeared. Heli develops different theoretical concepts from Freud and Lacan to account for violence between human beings and cruelty as power satisfaction. He considers it essential that psychoanalysis extends its borders in order to establish a dialogue with the community that allows us to open psychoanalytic concepts so that our practice can be enriched. Nuestro Invitado: Helí Morales Ph.D. fue ganador del Premio Sigourney 2020, otorgado por la Fundación Sigourney Trust en reconocimiento a su trayectoria de más de 10 años promoviendo el psicoanálisis en diferentes ámbitos de la vida social. El Dr. Helí Morales cuenta con una trayectoria reconocida en el campo del psicoanálisis en México y en otros países de América Latina, como así también en España y Francia. Ha creado dispositivos que facilitan la aplicación clínica del psicoanálisis a poblaciones de escasos recursos y situación vulnerable. Desde esta perspectiva, Helí Morales ha sido artífice de la creación de la Fundación Social del Psicoanálisis y de la Escuela Psicoanalítica (Letra). Helí Morales cuenta con una sólida formación académica, es Doctor en Filosofía y Ciencias Sociales graduado de la Escuela de Altos Estudios en Ciencias Sociales de París. Estudió además la Maestría en Psicoanálisis y Campo Freudiano en la Universidad de París. También realizó la Maestría en Teoría Psicoanalítica en el Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Psicoanalíticos de México. Our Guest: Helí Morales Ph.D. was the winner of the Sigourney Prize 2020 in recognition of his work of more than 10 years promoting psychoanalysis in different areas of social life. Dr. Helí Morales has a recognized career in the field of psychoanalysis in Mexico and other Latin American countries, as well as in Spain and France. He has created settings that facilitate the clinical application of psychoanalysis to a population with limited resources and a vulnerable situation. From this perspective, Helí Morales has been the creator of the Social Foundation of Psychoanalysis and the Psychoanalytic School (Letra) He has a Doctor of Philosophy and Social Sciences from the School of Higher Studies in Social Sciences in Paris. He also has a Master's in Psychoanalysis and Freudian Field at the University of Paris. He also completed a Master's Degree in Psychoanalytic Theory from the Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Psicoanalíticos de México. Recommended Readings: Ana Petros. Compiladora. Sexualidad y lazos sociales, Buenos Aires, Letra Viva ediciones, 2018. Andrés Manuel Jiménez. Compilador. La Cultura. Entre la Vida y la Muerte, México, Ed. Escuela de la Letra. 2020. Helí Morales. Compilador. Psicoanálisis en la Cultura, México, Ed. Intempestivas, 2017. Jacques Derrida. Estados de Ánimo del Psicoanálisis, Buenos Aires, Ed. Paidós, 2015. Jacques Lacan. La Angustia, Buenos Aires, Ed. Paidós, 2014.
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Andy Robin was born in Chicago and raised in Mexico City. He was an entrepreneur with his dad in the computer industry in the early ‘70s in Mexico City. Andy is an Executive Coach and Life Coach. He wrote Tapas Life to do some good for others. Quote: "Life without tapas is like a heart without love." - B.K.S. Iyengar Book: Tapas Life Website: Tapaslife.com
After many hours of contemplation, considering, and real reflection, Christy has decided to step out and away from weddings, events, and podcasting. This is her last episode, and while we are so sad to see her go, we know she has great and beautiful things ahead of her. Christy shares her favorite experiences on the podcast, her love for Michelle, and what lies ahead for her. Question #1: My question might pertain more to Michelle than Christy, but here it goes: My partner and I have been together for a decade and we're finally getting married in May of 2022 in Mexico City. I've always wanted a destination wedding weekend, and I'm so excited to have it in a city as opposed to on a beach resort. However, I'm a little torn on what to do about the hotels: We had originally planned on getting a few different hotel blocks in the central neighborhoods of La Roma and Condesa – which we love – but most hotels are small/ boutique-sized. We are also considering a bigger block at a large hotel (Sofitel Reforma), staying there ourselves, and encouraging guests to stay there as well. The big hotel is the same distance to the venue in Juarez, roughly 10 min, as the boutique one(s). Seeing as most people are coming from the states, and may not have been to Mexico City before, would you recommend limiting options and encouraging guests to stay together at the large hotel (for ease of transportation, etc)? Or do you think most people will prefer the charm of the smaller hotels and don't mind being scattered? We plan to provide a few different price points for people, but generally, luxury hotels in CDMX are cheaper than those in the U.S. Answer #1: For your American guests, having a property like Sofitel is going to be a better option. It's in a good location, and it's a familiar name. One big block in a central location is a great start. If you are going to be providing transportation to and from the wedding, it also is so much better to have everyone staying at the same property. If anyone else wants to stay in another area, let them figure it out themselves. In general, having everything simplified with a destination wedding is always a better choice. If people decide to branch out, then just make sure they know when and where to be and they will be! Question #2: I have an invitation etiquette question! A bit of context: My fiancé and I are paying for the majority of the wedding and keeping the price to ourselves. My parents are divorced and have been for over 20 years. It wasn't always civil, but it's much better now and everyone gets along. Mostly. My dad is contributing a generous amount. And my stepmom has been in my life for 18 years. My dad will most likely play host as we're getting married at the venue he and my stepmom got married at 14 years ago. I love my mom and she's contributing in any way she can. Leaving her off wouldn't feel okay. And my fiancé's parents are paying for a pretty extravagant rehearsal dinner for 50+ people, so having them on feels right too. The complication is my step dad. He's a nice guy. But he's only been around officially for the past 4 years. He and my mom have been off and on since BEFORE my parents were divorced (as in while my parents were married way back when) and while I'm sure things will remain civil at the wedding, it will be the first time my dad and stepdad are meeting after all of these years and my dad essentially holds my stepdad responsible for ruining our family. Regardless, leaving him off feels very blatantly like leaving someone off given how many people we're including. And putting him on the invitation feels completely wrong. I look forward to building my relationship with the man my mom has loved for so long, but honoring him on the invitation just doesn't feel right. So what do we do? Do we include all parents except my stepdad even though my mom is remarried? It doesn't feel right to have him on there and it feels like a massive disrespect to my dad. But it feels disrespectful to my mom and my stepdad to leave him off. And leaving off all parents doesn't feel right because they're helping with the wedding and honestly, we want to honor them and say thank you. Any advice on what to do and invitation phrasing would be much appreciated!! It's black tie, so a formal, traditional invitation wording. Answer #2: You are definitely overthinking this. You are starting something together with your partner. It is not about your parents divorce, or your mom's husband or anything. You gotta include all the parents on there. It's not that big of a honor, truly. You dad is the one who is walking you down the aisle, giving you away, and giving a toast, etc. Intentionally not including him could cause so many more problems than you need. At some point you just have to let it go. None of this drama has to do with your marriage, remember that! Michelle also says, since she is not a traditional person in anyway, she might not have the best traditional advice. Try something like this: Together with their parents, Miss _ and Miss request the honor of your presence at . It can still look fancy and black tie. If you end up listing out everyone except your step-dad, it will cause more feelings and drama. If you are going to list everyone, list everyone. Or condense it down to “parents” and call it a day! There are MANY other ways to honor your parents. Personal letters, toasts, special moments on the day-of. It doesn't have to be the invitation. Links We Referenced emilypost.com/shop/books/emily-posts-wedding-etiquette-6th-edition (https://emilypost.com/shop/books/emily-posts-wedding-etiquette-6th-edition) We're able to produce this podcast because of YOUR support. 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Elena Poniatowska is a legendary Mexican journalist who has chronicled popular celebrities, politicians as well as important social movements in Mexico since the 1968 Tlatelolco students massacre. Today I talked to Lynn Stephen, a professor of anthropology at the University of Oregon who has described in her book Stories That Make History: Mexico through Elena Poniatowska's Crónicas (Duke UP, 2021) how Poniatowska's personal and political trajectory intertwined with Mexico's growing critical public after 1968. The earthquake of 1985, the Chiapas uprising and Subcomandante Marcos as well as the recent occupation of the Zócalo in Mexico City are in Stephen's words “historical moments when the status quo is cracked open, when people take to the streets and demand change, when another future seems possible”. These are the moments when gifted writers and artists step up and document movements and create new historical actors. We might have read Elena Poniatowska but we didn't know her. Lynn Stephen has reflected on the beautiful and strong parts of this woman who beat the odds in her own life to rewrite Mexican history. Minni Sawhney is a professor of Hispanic Studies at the University of Delhi. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/biography
Elena Poniatowska is a legendary Mexican journalist who has chronicled popular celebrities, politicians as well as important social movements in Mexico since the 1968 Tlatelolco students massacre. Today I talked to Lynn Stephen, a professor of anthropology at the University of Oregon who has described in her book Stories That Make History: Mexico through Elena Poniatowska's Crónicas (Duke UP, 2021) how Poniatowska's personal and political trajectory intertwined with Mexico's growing critical public after 1968. The earthquake of 1985, the Chiapas uprising and Subcomandante Marcos as well as the recent occupation of the Zócalo in Mexico City are in Stephen's words “historical moments when the status quo is cracked open, when people take to the streets and demand change, when another future seems possible”. These are the moments when gifted writers and artists step up and document movements and create new historical actors. We might have read Elena Poniatowska but we didn't know her. Lynn Stephen has reflected on the beautiful and strong parts of this woman who beat the odds in her own life to rewrite Mexican history. Minni Sawhney is a professor of Hispanic Studies at the University of Delhi. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
The new year is approaching and with that resolutions and today, we're talking about Travel resolutions for more fulfilling travel in 2022!Travel Resolutions for 2022Use all your vacation daysStart a vacation savings accountGo to a new place on vacation (local or far away)Do one thing that is uncomfortableLearn words/phrases (or more) in a languageTry new food based on a location (whether there or not)Perhaps you'll want to experience the best places to eat in Mexico City!Take THAT trip!Try a different form of travelTravel soloStart a travel journal, photo album, blog, podcastLess social media during travelQuestion: Which of these travel resolutions will you make part of your 2022 plans? **Let us know on Facebook and Instagram.** For Current Promotions and complete show notes, go to Shayne.FUN/att88. Grab your free download: Top Items to Buy Before Your Theme Park Vacation to Save You Money and Stress!Ready to plan your vacation? Ryan and Shayne are both Travel Advisors with Creating Magic Vacations and will make YOU the travel-planning superhero.Contact Ryan at DisneyTravelDad.Com.Contact Shayne at Shayne.fun.Never miss an episode and help us take you to the top with us be subscribing and leaving a 5-Star review on your favorite podcasting app:Apple PodcastsStitcherAmazon MusicSpotifyiHeartRadioGoogle Podcasts
Elena Poniatowska is a legendary Mexican journalist who has chronicled popular celebrities, politicians as well as important social movements in Mexico since the 1968 Tlatelolco students massacre. Today I talked to Lynn Stephen, a professor of anthropology at the University of Oregon who has described in her book Stories That Make History: Mexico through Elena Poniatowska's Crónicas (Duke UP, 2021) how Poniatowska's personal and political trajectory intertwined with Mexico's growing critical public after 1968. The earthquake of 1985, the Chiapas uprising and Subcomandante Marcos as well as the recent occupation of the Zócalo in Mexico City are in Stephen's words “historical moments when the status quo is cracked open, when people take to the streets and demand change, when another future seems possible”. These are the moments when gifted writers and artists step up and document movements and create new historical actors. We might have read Elena Poniatowska but we didn't know her. Lynn Stephen has reflected on the beautiful and strong parts of this woman who beat the odds in her own life to rewrite Mexican history. Minni Sawhney is a professor of Hispanic Studies at the University of Delhi. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/journalism
Elena Poniatowska is a legendary Mexican journalist who has chronicled popular celebrities, politicians as well as important social movements in Mexico since the 1968 Tlatelolco students massacre. Today I talked to Lynn Stephen, a professor of anthropology at the University of Oregon who has described in her book Stories That Make History: Mexico through Elena Poniatowska's Crónicas (Duke UP, 2021) how Poniatowska's personal and political trajectory intertwined with Mexico's growing critical public after 1968. The earthquake of 1985, the Chiapas uprising and Subcomandante Marcos as well as the recent occupation of the Zócalo in Mexico City are in Stephen's words “historical moments when the status quo is cracked open, when people take to the streets and demand change, when another future seems possible”. These are the moments when gifted writers and artists step up and document movements and create new historical actors. We might have read Elena Poniatowska but we didn't know her. Lynn Stephen has reflected on the beautiful and strong parts of this woman who beat the odds in her own life to rewrite Mexican history. Minni Sawhney is a professor of Hispanic Studies at the University of Delhi. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latin-american-studies
Elena Poniatowska is a legendary Mexican journalist who has chronicled popular celebrities, politicians as well as important social movements in Mexico since the 1968 Tlatelolco students massacre. Today I talked to Lynn Stephen, a professor of anthropology at the University of Oregon who has described in her book Stories That Make History: Mexico through Elena Poniatowska's Crónicas (Duke UP, 2021) how Poniatowska's personal and political trajectory intertwined with Mexico's growing critical public after 1968. The earthquake of 1985, the Chiapas uprising and Subcomandante Marcos as well as the recent occupation of the Zócalo in Mexico City are in Stephen's words “historical moments when the status quo is cracked open, when people take to the streets and demand change, when another future seems possible”. These are the moments when gifted writers and artists step up and document movements and create new historical actors. We might have read Elena Poniatowska but we didn't know her. Lynn Stephen has reflected on the beautiful and strong parts of this woman who beat the odds in her own life to rewrite Mexican history. Minni Sawhney is a professor of Hispanic Studies at the University of Delhi. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
Sergio Sala shares his journey growing up in Mexico, studying abroad in Italy, backpacking around Europe, and eventually becoming a full-time digital nomad and YouTube video creator. He shares the top digital nomad destinations for living and working in Mexico, including what he loves about Mexico City and how to get to the hidden beach near Sayulita. Matt and Sergio then discuss the close bond between Ireland and Mexico and reflect on their travels in Ireland. Sergio then opens up about on his first trip to New York City, and how it changed his perceptions about people in the U.S. He then shares some of his top international travel experiences including attending the World Cup in Russia, studying at a Buddhist temple in China, and spending two weeks in Tibet. Sergio also explains how he selects his travel destinations, structures his day, and sustains the digital nomad lifestyle with no base. He then takes us behind the scenes of his life as a professional YouTuber, shares some tips on how to do it full time, and reflects on how he balances the video documentation of his life with the importance of being present in the moment. Sergio also discusses the importance of minimalism in his life, and shares some tips on how to travel the world with carry-on luggage only while still looking stylish (including his favorite travel clothing brands). And, finally, he reflects on why he continues to travel after 8 years as a full time nomad, and what travel means to him today. FULL SHOW NOTES AVAILABLE AT: www.TheMaverickShow.com GET MATT'S FREE MAVERICK WHITE PAPER “Real Estate Investing for Digital Nomads: How to Buy U.S. Rental Properties from Anywhere in the World and Finance an Epic International Lifestyle” GET MATT'S FREE MAVERICK PACKING VIDEO “Stylish Minimalism: How to Travel the World Long-Term with Carry-On Luggage Only”
It's October 31, 2021. Paxton 'kidifies' world headlines about Fespaco, North Korean bravado, a Polish rapper superstar named Mata, Israel's required booster shots, and a Columbus statue coming down in Mexico City.
Tim Storey is an acclaimed author, speaker, and life coach, known for inspiring and motivating people of all walks of life, from entertainment executives, celebrities, and athletes to adults and children in the most deprived neighborhoods in the world. A native of Mexico City, Mexico, Peter O. Estévez is an entrepreneur, as well as a philanthropist and advocate for recovery and mental health Celina Belizán is an entrepreneur and early stage investor, turned knowledge broker, guide, Tony Robbins Master Coach, and Conscious Parenting advocate/educator. Celina specializes in mindset, brain education and skills of emotional fitness in both adults and children, empowering people to control their experience in any situation This triple threat are the three co-founders of EXCELENTE, the first-ever Latin Leadership & Personal Development Global Summit, being held on February 19, 2022, at Worre Studios in Las Vegas, Nevada. Listen to all three share the origin, inspiration and their passion for this incredible event. Click here to REGISTER for the event today. *** CONNECT TO LOU DIAMOND & THRIVE LOUD
The volume and variety of objects hidden in the sealed tunnel under Teotihuacan's ornate Feathered Serpent Pyramid has shattered records for discoveries at the ancient city, once the most populous metropolis of the Americas and now a top tourist draw just outside modern-day Mexico City.Over 100,000 artifacts from the tunnel have been cataloged so far, ranging from finely-carved statues, jewelry, shells, and ceramics as well as thousands of wooden and metallic objects that mostly survived the passage of time intact.On a recent tour of the tunnel and conservation workshops where his 30-member team pores over the trove, Gomez showed off some of the dig's most spectacular and until now unreported finds - all part of ceremonial offerings left along the 100-meter-long (330 ft) tunnel, which ended in three chambers directly under the pyramid's mid-point.“Can you see it?” Gomez asked, shining the light of his cellphone on a tennis-ball-sized carved amber sphere he picked up from a workshop table. Illuminated, it looks like molten lava.It is the first time an ornament made from amber has turned up in Teotihuacan. Found with a small top and residue inside that awaits further analysis - Gomez speculates it may be tobacco - it likely hung around a priest's neck.
Natalie Rogers I am a multidisciplinary artist. I am a muralist and I work in marketing as a graphic designer and social media coordinator. I am bilingual with English/Mexican dual nationality and studied in the US and the Japanese school in Mexico City. I hold a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Salisbury University, with a major in Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Painting and a minor in Marketing Management. My designs embrace my Mexican culture in which color is very important and I have been highly influenced by its strong geometric designs. My work has evolved to be heavily centered on patterns that attract the attention of the viewer and encourage them to further engage with the piece. Massively line based, my art incorporates simple doodles in different mediums in fine arts and graphics. I have exhibited my photography and oil paintings and created indoor and outdoor murals throughout Mexico and the U.S. My hobby is screen-printing clothing and handbags that have sold well in both Mexico and the US. nataliejorogers.com email@example.com https://instagram.com/nat_jo_art?utm_medium=copy_link --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/creative-habits/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/creative-habits/support
Bruce spent his early years in Rutland, Vt. After high school he studied physics at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, Mass (B.S. in physics) and then at The American University, Washington, DC (M.S. and Ph. D. in physics). In 1972 he began his long (36 year) career at the Naval Surface Warfare Center, presently headquartered at Dahlgren, Virginia. He has worked on optical data processing, generation of underwater sound with lasers, various aspects of the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI), Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) and Navy ship defense using high powerlasers and the development of optical sensors for use in detecting deadly materials commonly used in CBW (chemical and biological warfare). Bruce Maccabee has been active in UFO research since late 1960s when he joined the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP) and was active in research and investigation for NICAP until its demise in 1980. He became a member of MUFON in 1975 and was subequently appointed to the position of state Director for Maryland, a position he held for about 30 years. In 1979 he was instrumental in establishing the Fund for UFO Research and was the chairman for the about 13 years. He presently serves on the National Board of the Fund.His UFO research and investigations (which are completely unrelated to his Navy work) have included the Kenneth Arnold sighting (Jun 24, 1947), the McMinnville, Oregon (Trent) photos of 1950, the Gemini 11 astronaut photos of September, 1966, the Skylab 3 astronaut sighting of September, 1973, the New Zealand sightings of December, 1978, the Japan Airlines (JAL1628) sighting of November 1986, the numerous sightings of Ed Walters and others in Gulf Breeze, Florida, 1987 - 1988, the "red bubba" sightings,1990-1992 (including his own sighting in September, 1991), the Mexico City video of August, 1997, the Phoenix lights sightings of March 13, 1997 at 10 PM, the Mexican Air Force case of March, 2004, the Iran Jet Case of Sept. 1976 and many others. He has also done historical research and was the first to obtain the "flying disc file" of the FBI (the REAL X-Files!).Dr. Maccabee is the author or coauthor of about three dozen technical articles and more than a hundred UFO articles since 1970, including many which appeared in the MUFON Journal and MUFON Symposium proceedings. He wrote the last chapter of "The Gulf Breeze Sightings" by Edward and Frances Walters (Morrow, 1990). He wrote the UFO history chapter of the book "UFOs: Zeugen und Zeichen," published in Germany in 1995. He is co-author withEdward Walters of "UFOs Are Real, Here's The Proof," (Avon Books, 1997), he is the author of "The UFO/FBI Connection" (Llewellyn Books, May, 2000) and the updated and expanded version, "The FBI CIA UFO Connection" (Amazon, 2014). He is the author of a unique novel, "Abduction in My Life," (November, 2000) and the expanded version, "Abduction In My Family" (Amazon, 2015). Two more recent books are "Three Minutes in June, the UFO sighting that changed the World" (Amazon, 2017) and "The Legacy of 1952, the Year of the UFO" (Amazon 2018). He is listed in Who's Who in Technology Today and American Men and Women of Science and he has appeared in over 200 radio, TV and internet shows and documentaries.Bruce is an accomplished pianist and organist who performed at the 1997 and 1999 MUFON symposia. He lives in Ohio.SOME PUBLISHED ARTICLESMaccabee, B., "Strong Magnetic Field Detected Following a Sighting of an Unidentified Flying Object," Journal of Scientific Exporation 8, 347 (1994)Maccabee, B., "Water Spout UFO Photographed, " MUFON Journal, Nov. 1994Maccabee, B., "The Arnold Phenomenon," January/February and March/April issues of the International UFO Reporter (CUFOS) (1995)Maccabee, B., "Raining on Sagans Parade," MUFON Journal, January, 1996Maccabee, B., "The White Sands Films," International UFO Reporter, (CUFOS) Vol. 21, #1, Spring, 1996Maccabee, B., "Illegitimate Science? A Personal Story," Journal of Scientific Exploration 10, 269(1996)Maccabee, B., "Acceleration," Proceedings of the International MUFON Symposium, 1996Maccabee, B., "The Nightline UFO Video," MUFON Journal, Dec. 1996Maccabee, B., "The First Sighting," Proceedings of the International MUFON Symposium, 1997Maccabee, B., "UFOs, the Real Thing or the Wrong Impression," Shutterbug Magazine, Aug. & Sept. 1997Maccabee, B., "My Mission from the Ashtar Command," International UFO Reporter, Winter, 1997-1998Maccabee, B., "Preliminary Report on the Mexico City Video of August 6, 1997," MUFON Journal, April, 1998Maccabeem B., "Flying Peanut or Double UFO," MUFON Journal, January, 1999Maccabee, B., "Phoenix Lights Revisited," MUFON Journal, Feb. 1999Maccabee, B., "Immediate High ALert: The Mystery of December 6, 1960," Proceedings of the 1999 MUFON International Symposium. (this latter is the 100th published research paper on UFOs)Maccabee, B., "Optical Power Output of an Unidentified High Altitude Light Source," published in the Journal of Scientific Exploration, Vol 13, #2,1999Maccabee, B., "Atmosphere or UFO," published in the Journal of Scientific Exploration Vol 13, #3, 1999Maccabee, B., "Prosaic Explanations, the Failure of UFO Skepticism," published in Infinite Energy Magazine, Issue #29, 2000; complete version in the Proceedings of the International MUFON Symposium, 2000SOME MEDIA APPEARANCESDr. Maccabee has been interviewed by print, radio and TV media numerous times since 1978. He has also appeared in a number of documentaries. Here are some of them:A Current Affair TV show, April 1992Unsolved Mysteries (Guardian case), Feb. 1993Fred Fiske Radio Show on National Public Radio (Feb. 93 repeated twice during the year)Sonya Live on CNN, July, 1993WHAG Radio in Hagerstown (12 appearances as of summer 1996)Area 2000 Radio Show (Art Bell) in Las Vegas (summer 1993)WHPK in Chicago (Oct., 1993)Encounters TV Show (Feb. 1994)Dreamland Radio Show (June, 1994)Central TV in London (interviewed, summer, 1994)Sightings (Sep. 1994)Kiviat-Green productions - Aug., 1995Italian TV interview in San Marino (Sept., 1995)A&E TV documentary, Where are all the UFOs , shown April, 1996Four Point Productions for the Learning ChannelFOX TV Special on Aliens landing (INDEPENDENCE DAY MOVIE TIE-IN)NIGHTLINE TV show, July 16, 1996Transmedia Productions of Paramount House, London, first shown in the fall 1996London Weekend Television , shown in the fall,1996Discovery Channel, UFOS DOWN TO EARTH ,Dec. 1996Sightings, January, 1997Fox TV Best Video Evidence , August, 1997The "Zoh Show" and 20th Century Radio with Zoh and Bob Heironimus on WCBM radio in Baltimore numerous times, 1997-1998The John Koon Radio Show, Radio South Africa, Dec. 1997Twentieth Century Radio with Bob Heironimus, March, 1999Top Ten Unexplained Mysteries, The Learning Channel, Jan. 2000The Julie Briggs Show on WMTR Radio, January, 2000The Tex-Files TV show of Fox4 News, February, 2000Fox TV "Best Video Evidence, Part 2," May, 2000Mike Seigel Show, June, 2000Radio 630CHED, Edmonton, Alberta, July, 2000CBS TV affiliate, Edmonton Alberta, July, 2000SPEAKER AT RECENT CONFERENCESHe has spoken at many conferences over the last 40 years. Here are some of them.Prince Georges Community College,FUFOR Symposium, Aug. 1996REAL X FILES Conference, Dusseldorf, Germany, Feb. 1997Hakui (Japan) Space and UFO Museum Conference, March, 1997Maryland MUFON Symp in Bethesda, May 1997MUFON International Symposium, Grand Rapid, MI, July,1997National UFO Conference, Springfield, OH, Sept. 1997Omega UFO Conference, North Haven, CT Oct. 1997Baltimore Whole Life Expo, March, 1998Mid Atlantic MUFON Conference, May, 1998New Hampshire UFO Conference, Sept. 1998First International Conference in Istanbul, Turkey, Feb. 1999Third International UFO Conference in Santiago, Chile, April,1999International Symposium of the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), July,1999Mid-Atlantic MUFON Symposium, May, 2000Intruders Foundation Symposium, New York City, May, 2000UFO2000, St,. Paul, Alberta, Canada, July 2000MUFON International Symposium. July, 2000
Friends & Fiction welcomes New York Times bestselling bilingual novelist, short story writer, screenwriter, and film producer, María Amparo Escandón. María is the author of #1 L.A. Times bestseller ESPERANZA'S BOX OF SAINTS and GONZÁLEZ & DAUGHTER TRUCKING CO. She joins us to discuss her third novel, L.A. WEATHER, which was selected as a Reese's Book Club pick and a Best Book of the Month by Barnes & Noble, People, PopSugar, Bustle, CNN, E! News, and GMA. Named a writer to watch by both Newsweek and the L.A. Times, María was born in Mexico City and has lived in Los Angeles for four decades.
On this day in 1944, Walt Disney's seventh animated feature, The Three Caballeros, had its world premiere in Mexico City. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Just south of Mexico City you will find a small island, Isla de las Muñecas (also known as the Island of Dolls), where a young girl met her fate in mysterious circumstances and it is now the home to hundreds of terrifying dolls hanging from trees, many decomposing and missing limbs or even heads. Don Julián Santana Barrera found a young girl who drowned on the shores of this island and hung up her doll as a sign of respect and to show her spirit support in the afterlife. He soon found that he was being haunted by her spirit so to protect himself he began to collect dolls that he could hang up all over the island. Fifty year later, and many dolls later, Don Julián was found dead by drowning in the same spot as that little girl so long ago. Today, the island is a tourist spot with heaps of spiders, feral cats, and thousands of dolls. Some swear that the dolls blink, move and turn their heads to watch visitors as they walk around the island, and some claim that they come alive at night and whisper to each other. The current caretaker of the island, Don Julián's nephew, says that at night you can hear girl spirits crying as well as hear his uncles' cane thumping on the ground. And many believe that they have felt lured to come to the island to possibly get possessed by the spirits trapped on the island. Join us on episode 128 to hear more about this creepy and haunted island! Sources: isladelasmunecas.com, wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Island_of_the_Dolls, nypost.com/2021/10/30/real-story-behind-haunted-island-of-the-dolls-in-mexico/, atlasobscura.com/places/la-isla-de-las-munecas, allthatsinteresting.com/island-of-the-dolls, thetravel.com/what-is-the-story-of-the-island-of-the-dolls/, theculturetrip.com/north-america/mexico/articles/mexicos-nightmare-island-of-mutilated-dolls/ ###Follow Us:https://www.paranormalpunchers.comhttps://twitter.com/ppunchershttps://instagram.com/paranormalpunchershttps://www.facebook.com/paranormalpunchersSupport the Show:https://www.teepublic.com/stores/paranormal-punchershttps://www.patreon.com/paranormalpunchers
In 2011 two ICE agents' armored vehicle was ambushed outside Mexico City by the Los Zetas drug cartel. They opened fire on the agents, killing one and wounding the other. Last month the Jaime Zapata and Victor Avila Federal Officers and Employees Protection Act became law to allow the U.S. to help bring cartel members to justice in the U.S. President Biden held a signing ceremony, but incredibly did not invite the surviving agent, Avila, to the ceremony. Avila comes on to talk about the snub, as well as his book, “Agent Under Fire” about his harrowing story. He also discusses his campaign to become the Texas Land Commissioner in order to help get control of the border. He provides inside information about the infiltration of America by the drug cartels, which are profiting billions thanks to Biden allowing as many as four million illegal border crossings since taking office.For more on Victor Avila: www.agentunderfirebook.com https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/senate-bill/921/texthttps://www.dailywire.com/news/biden-excludes-family-of-murdered-u-s-special-agent-from-ceremony-signing-bill-with-agents-name-reportSupport Hidden Truth Show by going to http://www.patreon.com/hiddentruthshow and pledging just $5/month and receive access to Jim and special content and a Hidden Truth cap!Website: http://www.hiddentruthshow.comFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/hiddentruthshowInstagram: http://www.instagram.com/hiddentruthshow
Dale Vallely:- Instagram Star: https://www.instagram.com/theedaletrail/ @theedaletrail- Website: https://theedaleltrail.com/- Hilarious hot dog & cigarette reviews- Former #1 Junior Golfer in Canada- 12yr Pro Golf Caddie- Most recently Abraham Ancer's caddie- Canadian resident living in Las VegasTopics:- What the caddie life is like?- Why hot dog & cigarette reviews?- Why he is stuck in Canada- How he manages his new found social media fame- Why the Masters let him break some rules
Studio Rick Joy Founder, Rick Joy, joins the podcast to discuss the role music played in his development as an architect, the design process behind Tennyson 205 in Mexico City, and how he grew his small firm in Tucson Arizona into a global architecture brand
Fish sauce is the backbone of South Asian cooking. Chef Diep Tran is using Red Boat Fish Sauce in everything from a breakfast banh mi to pasta marinara. Journalist Gab Chabran has his picks for the top holiday tamales across the city. Food writer Bill Esparza discusses the wave of Mexico City restaurants opening in Los Angeles. Latin American cuisine is a story of global fusion that spans centuries, and Peruvian chef Virgilio Martínez compiled a compendium of recipes from Chile to Mexico. Matt Biancaniello swaps spinach for stinging nettles and shares a beautiful winter cocktail. Finally, Melissa Acedera is combating food injustice with a mobile pantry that travels the Southland.
Born in Mexico City to a family of aesthetes, Rodrigo Flores-Roux was destined to be a perfumer. He reminisces about his fragrance-loving grandmothers, his training in Versailles, and the more than 500 perfumes he's created—including Clinique Happy and Arquiste Misfit, the Fragrance Foundation's 2021 Indie Fragrance of the Year. Plus, we talk about the future of perfumery and how he and his colleagues at Givaudan, in New York City, are developing new aroma ingredients using upcycling techniques.Links and sponsors: fatmascara.com/blogShop the products mentioned on this episode: shopmyshelf.us/collections/29341Private Facebook Group: Fat Mascara Raising a WandSocial media: @fatmascara, @jessicamatlin, @jenn_editSubmit a "Raise A Wand" product recommendation and be featured on the show: email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a voicemail at 646-481-8182 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/fatmascara.
Mexico has become a favorite destination for Nomad Capitalists and more people are now discovering how pro-freedom this beautiful country is. In this video, Andrew shares some of the best neighborhoods in Mexico City. https://nomadcapitalist.com/ Andrew Henderson and the Nomad Capitalist team are the world's most sought-after experts on legal offshore tax strategies, investment immigration, and global citizenship. We work exclusively with seven- and eight-figure entrepreneurs and investors who want to "go where they're treated best". Work with Andrew: https://nomadcapitalist.com/apply/ Andrew has started offshore companies, opened dozens of offshore bank accounts, obtained multiple second passports, and purchased real estate on four continents. He has spent the last 12 years studying and personally implementing the Nomad Capitalist lifestyle. Our growing team of researchers, strategies, and implementers add to our ever-growing knowledge base of the best options available. In addition, we've spent years studying the behavior of hundreds of clients in order to help people get the results they want faster and with less effort. About Andrew: https://nomadcapitalist.com/about/ Our Website: http://www.nomadcapitalist.com Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nomadcapitalist Buy Andrew's Book: https://amzn.to/2QKQqR0 DISCLAIMER: The information in this video should not be considered tax, financial, investment, or any kind of professional advice. Only a professional diagnosis of your specific situation can determine which strategies are appropriate for your needs. Nomad Capitalist can and does not provide advice unless/until engaged by you.
On this episode of Out of Office: A Travel Podcast, Ryan makes his first return trip to Mexico City in nearly 2 years and shares his top new restaurants, bars, and Covid decontamination chambers. Plus, Titian! Previous CDMX episodes: Numero Unohttps://outofofficepod.com/podcast/episode-18-ryans-12-favorite-mexico-city-spots/ Numero Doshttps://outofofficepod.com/podcast/episode-52-mexico-city-part-dos/ Elena Reygadas - Queen of CDMX Dining Scene Her Personal Insta: https://www.instagram.com/elena_reygadas Salon Rosetta: https://www.instagram.com/salonrosetta/ Pizzeria Lardo: https://www.instagram.com/pizzeria_lardo/ Brunch at Lardo: https://lardo.mx/ Maximo Bistrot https://www.maximobistrot.com.mx/ Galanga (Galanga Thai House) https://galangathai.mx/ The Prom https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/Video-First-Look-at-THE-PROM-Spanish-Language-Production-in-Mxico-20211109 Em https://www.itsemilia.rest/ Anónimo Don't go to the one in Polanco! https://www.instagram.com/anonimo.rest/ Taverna http://taverna.mx/ New Order: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Order_(film) Titian: Women, Myth, and Power: https://www.gardnermuseum.org/calendar/exhibition/women-myth-power
Richard Colman paints vivid, hard-edged figurative canvases that combine biomorphic shapes with graphic geometries. These pieces oscillate between abstract compositions and recognizable domestic scenes. They often embrace sexual imagery and themes of life, death, human interaction and isolation. Women, animals, floating heads, and overlapping bodies are common motifs. He vacillates freely between figuration and abstraction, at times focusing on pattern while other times on figure and narrative. Also producing sculpture and installation works, Colman incorporates a variety of media, including paper, wood, porcelain, plaster, glue, nails, and tape—typically using vibrant colors. Colman's installations have taken the form of elaborate, psychedelic floor designs and theatrical stages constructed within the gallery. Colman has exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, Copenhagen, Berlin, Mexico City, London, and Paris. He currently lives and works in San Francisco and on a farm converted to a studio in rural Connecticut.
For our final episode of 2021, Zarela & Aarón are thrilled to welcome Mauricio Velázquez de León to discuss his relative, Josefina Velázquez de León. Josefina was Mexico's first celebrity chef: she was on the radio, television, and published dozens of cookbooks popularizing traditional Mexican cuisine.Together they dive into Josefina's legacy: she championed new technologies, promoted Mexican cooking both at home and abroad, and celebrated women throughout North America. Though Mauricio was only 5 when Josefina passed away, he was raised on stories of her life and works. He has followed her footsteps in becoming a publisher in his own right; check out his work at Duopress Books.For more recipes from Zarela and Aarón, visit zarela.com and chefaaronsanchez.comHeritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Cooking in Mexican from A to Z by becoming a member!Cooking in Mexican from A to Z is produced by HotDish Productions and powered by Simplecast.
Some problems are so big, they feel crazy to even try to solve them. Global homelessness, for example. 1.6 billion people today are living without adequate housing*. This represents a massive, underserved market, and a type of problem often overlooked by tech Founders. Fortunately, Brett Hagler and his Co-Founders at New Story Charity are tackling it head-on, with an unlikely combination of 3D printed homes, Bitcoin-based mortgages, and fundraising via NFTs. Pete Flint has had the privilege of serving on New Story's board since they graduated YCombinator in 2015 and have since witnessed their impressive, fearless growth. What looked at first like an intractable problem now seems like fertile ground for radical proptech-meets-Web3 innovation. Real estate is the story of our lives.
The boys sit down in Mexico City to do another Nelk-only podcast. They chat about the Island Boys, the secret to blowing up on YouTube, stories with Justin Bieber and more. FOLLOW FULL SEND PODCAST: YOUTUBE | https://youtube.com/fullsendpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/fullsendpodcast TWITTER | https://twitter.com/fullsendpodcast TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@fullsendpodcast FACEBOOK | https://facebook.com/fullsendpod SNAPCHAT | https://snapchat.com/discover/Full_Send/5169152807 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ana Sheila and Brenda love traveling to Mexico and many folks, like Ana Sheila, have made the relocation from the US to Mexico City in recent years. Our friend Alma Tilghman, founder of the travel company Alma Explores joins us to talk about living and traveling in Mexico. Before our chat with Alma, Brenda and Ana Sheila catch up and talk about taking time to recharge. Alma Explores is a travel company that creates meaningful travel journeys for the curious and mindful explorer. They partner with local communities to bring you cultural experiences and private curated trips that educate, inspire, and feed the soul. Check out their website at https://almaexplores.com/ Take our listener survey by December 17: https://contact675925.typeform.com/to/reCekfav?typeform-source=linktr.ee Take the LGBTQ+ Women's Survey: bit.ly/PodTamarindo Suggested Reading: Mexico City's Remote Worker Problem Biden Expands Remain in Mexico Policy Tamarindo podcast is the Latinx show where hosts discuss politics, pop culture, and how to balance it all con calma, hosted by Brenda Gonzalez and Ana Sheila Victorino. Join us as we delve into discussions on culture, politics, identity, representation, and life! Brenda and Ana Sheila are executive producers of Tamarindo podcast with production support by Mitzi Hernández and Augusto Martinez, of Sonoro Media. Jeff Ricards provides original music. If you want to support our work, please rate and review our show here. You can get in touch with us at www.tamarindopodcast.com Follow AnaSheila on instagram @la_anasheila and twitter @Shelli1228 Follow Brenda on twitter at @BrendaRicards Follow AnaSheila on instagram @la_anasheila and twitter@Shelli1228
When the news broke in September 2014 that 43 students went missing outside Iguala, Mexico, everyone was baffled. How could dozens of people simply vanish? In the hours leading up to the disappearance, the students had left the rural town of Ayotzinapa to attend a Mexico City protest. The case, referred to as the Ayotzinapa 43, received international press coverage and brought to light some stark realities about Mexico. What led to the mass disappearance? Why and how did 43 people go missing? Check us out: Visit Murderish.com for more info about the show and Creator/Host, Jami. The website also has links to buy MURDERISH merchandise and become a Patreon supporter. Patreon subscribers can get access to exclusive Patreon-only episodes. To sign up for Patreon perks, click “Go Behind the Scenes” on the website OR click here for a direct link to our Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/Murderish. Let's get social: @MurderishPodcast (Instagram), @MurderishPod (Twitter), search “Murderish podcast” (Facebook). CrimeCon: Visit CrimeCon.com to buy your badge to attend the event. Use code MURDERISH for 10% a Standard Badge. Hope to see you there! Sponsors: - HelloFresh: Visit HelloFresh.com/murderish14 & use code murderish14 for up to 14 free meals PLUS three free gifts. - Seed: Visit seed.com/MURDERISH & use code MURDERISH for 20% off your first month of Seed's Daily Synbiotic. - Ritual: Visit ritual.com/MURDERISH for 10% off your first three months of Ritual Essential for Women 18+ Multivitamin. - Papa & Barkley: Visit PapaAndBarkleyCbd.com/murderish for 20% off your first purchase of Papa & Barkley's award-winning CBD solutions. - Talkspace: Visit talkspace.com & use code MURDERISH to get $100 off your first month. - Generation WHY podcast / Wondery: Listen to The Generation WHY podcast on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, or listen early and ad-free by joining Wondery Plus in the Wondery app. - Best Fiends: Download Best Fiends FREE today on the App Store or Google Play. Want to advertise on this show? We've partnered with Cloud10 | iHeartRadio to handle our advertising requests. If you're interested in advertising on MURDERISH, send an email to Sahiba Krieger mailto:email@example.com with a copy to mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org. Sound design: Justin Hellstrom. Music: Some of the music in this podcast was composed by Nico Vettese of We Talk of Dreams Research & Writing: Alison Schwartz. Jami's new podcast: Follow Judgey & Juryish wherever you listen to podcasts & on Instagram @JudgeyJuryish. Remember, listening to this podcast doesn't make you a murderer, it just means you're murder...ish Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The Narváez expedition was a Spanish journey of exploration and colonization started in 1527 that intended to establish colonial settlements and garrisons in Florida. The expedition was initially led by Pánfilo de Narváez, who died in 1528. Many more people died as the expedition traveled west along the explored Gulf Coast of the present-day United States and into the American Southwest. Only four of the expedition's original members survived, reaching Mexico City in 1536. These survivors were the first known non-Native Americans to see the Mississippi River, and to cross the Gulf of Mexico and Texas. Our theme song was written and performed by Anna Bosnick. If you'd like to support the show on a per episode basis, you can find our Patreon page here. Be sure to check our website for more details.