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Boxing returns to Mexican TV after 3-months pandemic halt

Professional boxing is set to return to Mexican television after a three-month halt on matches due to the coronavirus pandemic, promoters said Tuesday. The bouts are scheduled for Saturday in a television studio with no spectators. Even under those conditions, the Mexico City boxing commission has refused to sanction the fights, citing the pandemic. Mexico...
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“La mesa herida”, the lost work of Frida Kahlo has reappeared, sort of

“La mesa herida” (EN: The Wounded Table), a lost painting by Frida Kahlo, has resurfaced once again. On all previous occasions, none of those who claimed to have the painting presented any evidence or presented the famous artwork to the public. The newspaper “La voz de Galicia” published information on Saturday suggesting that the painting...
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Oaxaca postpones Guelaguetza 2020 until December due to COVID-19

It has long been estimated that the coronavirus pandemic in Mexico will last until the last months of 2020. Given this, the state of Oaxaca made the decision that the Guelaguetza, one of the most popular cultural events in the country, be postponed until the month of December. 10 days ago, the governor of Oaxaca,...
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Singer Yoshio dead from COVID-19 complications

Mexican singer Yoshio, whose real name is Gustavo Nakatani Ávila, lost his life to complications from the coronavirus at age 70. His wife Marcela Hernández, announced that he died at 4:50 pm this Wednesday at the Xoco Hospital in Mexico City, where he remained hospitalized for several days. Just this Monday, Marcela asked for the...
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HBO offers free content in Mexico to help cope with the quarantine

The HBO GO platform offers digital content now in Latin America to help people cope with isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic. The entertainment service, which does not require a registration or payment from users who wish to enjoy selected content, will offer this benefit until the end of this month. Among the content selected by...
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Mexico holds big music festival despite coronavirus concerns

While the coronavirus pandemic has led authorities around the globe to cancel concerts and sporting events, and even shut down daily activities in some places, Mexico City is going ahead with Vive Latino — one of the most important music festivals in the country. Some acts backed out, but tens of thousands of music fans...
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Maroon 5 starts its Latin American tour with three concerts in Mexico

“We’re on our way, see you soon,” Maroon 5 posted on their social media to their fans in Mexico, which kicks off their Latin American tour starting February 23 and 24 in Mexico City. Led by vocalist Adam Levine, the band’s last concert in Mexico was in 2018, and now they return during their seventh...
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Van Gogh Alive opens its doors in Mexico

After more than 40 days assembling the traveling expo, Van Gogh Alive The Experience will begin its season in Mexico City on Thursday, February 20, at the Monumento a la Madre. After successfully traveling to more than 60 cities around the world, Van Gogh Alive arrives in Mexico with the immersive gallery in which this...
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Miss Colombia protests during beauty contest in Mexico

During the Miss Global beauty pageant, which was held last weekend in Oaxaca, Colombian participant Jesenia Orozco accused the organizers of corruption. The Colombian said the contest was a fraud, “This is a fraud! There is immense corruption in Mexico and it is not fair, what they are doing here is not correct. It is...
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Mexico’s Charros de Jalisco Celebrates its 100th Anniversary

Charrería, Mexico’s national sport and an UNESCO-designated Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, will take center stage in the state of Jalisco this September when Charros de Jalisco, Mexico’s first-ever competitive charro group, celebrates its 100th anniversary. More than a form of rodeo, charrería is a way of life in Jalisco, originating from Mexico’s herdsmen culture...
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