Posts Tagged ‘mexico’
Medical Companies Want Tax Incentives Just because they ask, doesn’t mean we have to give. D/FW is one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the country, with low cost of living and no state income tax. If we’re so g...
Following its 1-0 loss to Germany, USA was still able to progress from one of the toughest groups at the World Cup. That’s more than England, Italy, or Spain can say right now. Let’s recap all the talking points. I’m stay...
Science Daily says the Monarch butterfly population is way down again this year, and quotes a Texas A&M researcher citing a “disturbing trend” — a serious decline in butterfly numbers. The Monarch butterfl...
It’s always nice to see folks get the recognition due them, and Static gets to let loose a double-barreled rendition this week.
The cover story in this issue describes how the Zetas drug cartel is wreaking havoc on the social fabric of huge swaths of Mexico. Apparently, the organization’s vicious ambitions go even further. According to Grupo Savant, a...
The Texas-Mexico border has always been violent — but nothing like this.
It used to be one of the spring break capitals of Mexico. Tens of thousands of college kids from all over Texas would make their way to Brownsville and then across the Rio Grande to Matamoros on the Gulf of Mexico, just a short...
If you’re a newcomer to soccer who’s been taken with the ecstasy and agony of Team USA’s World Cup run, let me be the first to welcome you to life as a U.S. soccer fan. It’s maddening, but it’s seldom boring, and it h...
Taco Hell: Culebro’s new dramedy is stuft with cultural dissonance.
One of the things that inspired Kathleen Anderson Culebro to write La Llorona, her supernatural-tinged drama currently being staged by Amphibian Productions, was the attempt by Taco Bell to open a series of fast-food restaurant...
And why have Mexican and U.S. authorities allowed those who shot an American journalist to go free?
OAXACA — Those of us who report from the front lines of the social justice movement in Latin America share an understanding that it’s always possible there are bullets out there with our names on them. Brad Will traveled 2,...
Almost 300 years lay between Shakespeare’s death and the beginning of the 20th century, and in that time theater did not go languishing.