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The 12 Best Value Hotels in Mexico
Think a trip to Mexico is out of your budget? Think again. From Cancun to San Miguel de Allende, there are dozens of hotels geared toward the budget-minded traveler. While you won't get over-the-top luxury and butler service, there are lovely hotels with well-equipped guest rooms, relaxing pools,
Bankrupt Detroit Assesses Its Art Treasures
As the city of Detroit searches for creative ways to pay off its massive debts, staff at the world renowned Detroit Institute of Art is worried their collection could be in jeopardy. Detroit's emergency manager Kevyn Orr announced Monday that the city has hired New York auction house Christies to
Who Is That Masked Man Wrestling with Traffic in Mexico City? Peatónito
Visitors to Mexico City will remember many things about this vibrant metropolis: The Zócalo, the Diego Rivera murals at the Palacio Nacional, the incredible foodand the traffic. It's stunning – not just because of the sheer volume of cars on the road, but because of the drivers who regularly run
Justin Timberlake Releases New Song
And and it's not Our digital shut and Justin Timberlake JC. New somber the Internet just released this is his first. I'll be sold six years until hasn't been that long since 2006 is for seven years almost six. What sells albums and there. There has been line. So this is get a lot arousal social
Frida Kahlo's Closet is Opened After 58 Years
Imagine being in Frida Kahlo's childhood home and opening up a closet that has been locked for decades. Inside are hundreds of personal items – personal photographs, love letters, medications, jewelry, shoes, and clothing that still hold the smell of perfume and the last cigarette she smoked. That
The Story of Rodriguez, the Greatest Mexican American Rock Legend You Never Heard Of
Ed Morales Interviews the Subject of the ocumentary 'Searching for Sugar Man'
Detroit Votes to Raise Taxes to Save Cash-Strapped Museum
Voters in three Michigan counties have defied conventional assumptions about politics and taxes, approve a new property tax — called a millage — that will raise an estimated $23 million dollars for the cash-starved Detroit Institute of Arts. One of the few museums in the...
Exercise in Bed and Reenergize in San Miguel
Welcome back to travel now I'm carriage there. And talking how to vacations. We here at 8 AM Central Park fantastic property. Specializes. In long term stay and the penthouse Lee. And doing this segment is when you go on vacation everybody gets upset about eating too much how do you stay fit we
Michelle Obama Says Adios to Mexico
ABC News' Yunji de Nies reports: Throughout her time in Mexico, Michelle Obama made it clear that her focus was on the country’s youngest citizens. On Wednesday, her one and only full day here, the First Lady visited an elementary...