STORY | The Future Is Female: Mexican Female Chefs & Bartenders Defying the Odds - Aire
STORY | Is This Mexico City's Most Interesting Street? CDMX is filled with picturesque streets but this one takes the cake. Here's an insider's guide to the not-to-miss spots along Calle Havre. - Departures
WATCH | Lorena: Light Footed Woman. Lorena Ramírez of Mexico's Rarámuri community lives a pastoral life - except when she straps on her sandals to compete as ultramarathon runner. - Netflix
STORY | At Expendio de Maíz in Mexico City, a chef asks, 'How much do you value a tortilla?' - LA Times
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STORY | Transformed by Mexico, Six Women Broke Barriers Between Art & Design. Anni Albers, Ruth Asawa, Lola Álvarez Bravo, Sheila Hicks, Clara Porset, and Cynthia Sargent came for inspiration, and stayed. They lived or worked in Mexico from the 1930's through the 1970's. Some were friends, some mentors, some colleagues. But all of their work, ranging from photography to furniture to weaving to sculpture, was transformed by their time there. - The New York Times
STORY | 6 Of The Best Home Goods Shops in Mexico City: From ateliers hawking handmade textiles by the country’s preeminent artisan groups to culinary supply stores where staples like molcajetes and jícaras are on display alongside artisanal Mezcal and vinyl records, these are Mexico City’s not-to-miss design studios and luxury boutiques for handmade home goods. - Departures
STORY | Meet The Game Changers Bringing Latinx Power To Sundance 2020: Founders of The Latinx House, Mónica Ramírez, Olga Segura and Alex Martinez Kondracke are launching the initiative at the Sundance Film Festival where it’s the first time a Latinx organization is an official partner. During the weekend of January 24-26, the space in downtown Park City will serve as a gathering place for Latinx filmmakers, storytellers and their allies. - Hola!