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  • 'Cantinflas' Biopic Gets U.S. Distribution (EXCLUSIVE)

    Pantelion has acquired U.S. distribution rights to "Cantinflas," the Spanish-language biopic about the iconic Mexican film actor and set an Aug. 29 release date. The company has also acquired rights in Latin America, where it will work with partners...
  • Couple's culturally diverse marriage

    Couple's culturally diverse marriage
    In 1973, Queta Rodriguez traveled from her home in Mexico City for a yearlong visit with her uncle in New York City. She tagged along with her uncle's buddy to a French class, which was as much a social gathering as language course. There, Queta met Ron...
  • Federico Campbell dies at 72; Mexican writer known for Tijuana stories

    Federico Campbell dies at 72; Mexican writer known for Tijuana stories
    Mexican author, journalist and essayist Federico Campbell, 72, died Saturday in a Mexico City hospital, according to a statement from the National Institute of Fine Arts. No cause was disclosed but, citing an interview with the author's son Federico...
  • 'Noah' brings flood of fans to Mexico City premiere

    'Noah' brings flood of fans to Mexico City premiere
    MEXICO CITY — The Pepsi Centre, a cavernous arena that's typically hosting concerts and sports events, might not be the obvious pick for the world premiere of "Noah," Darren Aronofsky's dramatization of the biblical flood story. But if "Noah" can'...
  • Remembering Gabriel García Márquez

    Remembering Gabriel García Márquez
    In late summer of 1974, I was reading "One Hundred of Years of Solitude" in an apartment that felt like solitude. I didn't have much in the way of furniture — bed, stove, noisy refrigerator. I would soon be off to graduate school, stripped of...
  • Treasury Secretary Lew to have outpatient prostate-related surgery

    Treasury Secretary Lew to have outpatient prostate-related surgery
    WASHINGTON -- Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew will undergo outpatient surgery to treat a benign enlarged prostate and will be sidelined for about a week, a department spokeswoman said Sunday. Lew, 58, will have the procedure Tuesday in New York and...
  • Yasiel Puig's incredible journey from Cuba to U.S. told by LA Magazine

    Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig is typically reticent to discuss any topic with the media, but the one subject he has always made completely off-limits was how he escaped from Cuba. And apparently with excellent reason. An exclusive story in Los...
  • Gabriel García Márquez takes his place in the pantheon

     Gabriel García Márquez takes his place in the pantheon
    The first time I met Gabriel García Márquez, then an unknown writer in Mexico, was on July 6, 1962, in the office of the producer of Luis Buñuel's movie "Viridiana." I remember the date well because after noticing the headline, Gabo asked to borrow the...
  • Gabriel García Márquez dies at 87; Nobel-winning writer was master of magical realism

     Gabriel García Márquez dies at 87; Nobel-winning writer was master of magical realism
    When Colonel Aureliano Buendía faced the firing squad, time slipped away, and his life became a dream. Before him rose the mythical town of Macondo and its retinue of gypsies and their pipes and kettle drums and magical inventions. Of course Buendía's...
  • Seized phone 'turning point' in arrest of cartel leader

    Seized phone 'turning point' in arrest of cartel leader
    The seizure of a phone belonging to the son of Joaquin "Shorty" Guzman's deputy at the U.S.-Mexico border was an important break in the operation that led to the drug lord's capture, a senior U.S. law enforcement official said on Sunday. Guzman, who long...
  • Mexican drug kingpin Guzman dodges U.S. extradition for now

    Mexican drug kingpin Guzman dodges U.S. extradition for now
    Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin "Shorty" Guzman won a temporary injunction to block his extradition to the United States where he faces narcotics and arms trafficking charges, a federal judge ruled on Tuesday. Guzman, who was Mexico's most wanted criminal...
  • Mayor in Mexico's Michoacan state accused of kidnapping, extortion

    Mayor in Mexico's Michoacan state accused of kidnapping, extortion
    The mayor of Lazaro Cardenas, a major commercial port city in Mexico’s troubled Michoacan state, has been arrested and accused of kidnapping, extortion and links to organized crime, officials said Monday. The arrest of Arquimides Oseguera was part...