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Netflix Launching First Mexican Reality Series

In a landmark move, streaming service giant Netflix has unveiled its first Mexican reality series, set to bow worldwide on Sept. 28. The reality show “Made in Mexico” casts a light on Mexico City’s wealthy families and their opulent lifestyles as it trails nine socialites and the expats vying for a spot in their rarefied […]

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Dior Shows Cruise Collection Inspired by Female Mexican Rodeo Riders in the Pouring Rain

The livestream for Dior’s Cruise 2019 runway show — set in Chantilly, France, about 30 miles from Paris — began over 45 minutes late, and as soon as the runway scene appeared on screen, it became clear why. The open-air venue was set inside the stables at Domaine de Chantilly, an historic …

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Starz drama ‘Vida’ aims to shred TV’s Mexican stereotypes

Mexican-Americans are often portrayed as stereotypes on TV, but the new Starz show “Vida” aims to change that. “What attracted me to the project was having Latin characters at the forefront and having them not be the token sexy Latina, or the gardener, or the maid, or the drug dealer. That’s how we are [usually]…
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Iowa Family-of-Four Found Dead in Their Mexican Condo While on Vacation

The bodies of an Iowa family-of-four have been found in the Mexican condo where they traveled for vacation last week, PEOPLE confirms.

There is no evidence of foul play at this time, authorities say. Autopsy results are pending.

Kevin and Amy Sharp, of Creston, were reportedly bound for Tulum on Mexico’s Caribbean coast when they headed out of the country with their children, Adrianna and Sterling.

Just after midnight Friday, the family was reported missing by relatives in Creston, according to a news release from Union County authorities. The Sharps had arrived in Mexico, according to a Creston police official, but were not heard from again.

Police on Friday quickly contacted the U.S. State Department, according to the county’s news release. In an ensuing welfare check, authorities discovered all four Sharps dead in their condo: Kevin, 41, Amy, 38, 12-year-old son Sterling and 7-year-old daughter Adrianna.

Amy’s sister told the Creston News Advertiser that the last that relatives had heard from the Sharps was not long after they arrived in Mexico. “On Wednesday at 7 p.m., Amy sent a text to our mom that said, ‘We made it to our condo,’ ” Renee Hoyt said. “That is the last communication she made.”

Hoyt said she had been told that Kevin texted someone else about 5 p.m. on March 15 but did not respond to a subsequent message, according to the paper.

The family was scheduled to return to the U.S. on Wednesday, the News Advertiser reports.

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County official Mark Williams tells PEOPLE he does not have any information about where the bodies were found in the condo or for how long it appears they were dead before being discovered.

A cousin of Amy’s told ABC News, “To my knowledge, they went to sleep and never woke up.”

According to the Yucatan Times, the kids’ bodies were in the living room and their parents were in a bedroom. The four were “found in advanced state of decomposition.”

The Sharps’ relatives are requesting their privacy, according to the county news release.

A State Department official tells PEOPLE the American consulate in Mérida, Mexico, is supporting the Sharps’ relatives and “we extend our sincere condolences to friends and family.”

The official declined additional comment “out of respect for the family during this difficult time.”

Authorities in Tulum did not immediately return requests for comment.

Late Thursday, someone who appears to know the Sharps posted about the case on Facebook before their bodies were found.

“They have not been in contact with family or friends since LAST Thursday night after reporting that they made it to their condo safely,” Ashli Peterson wrote.

In a follow-up post Friday, Peterson wrote, “There was no foul play! At this time that is all the information we have. Please respect the family at this time as they go through the grieving process. Thank you for all the posts, shares, and kind words.”

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13 killed in helicopter crash after Mexican quake

MEXICO CITY — A military helicopter carrying officials assessing damage from a powerful earthquake crashed Friday in southern Mexico, killing 13 people and injuring 15, all of them on the ground. The Oaxaca state prosecutor’s office said in a statement that five women, four men and three children were killed at the crash site and…
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Former Mexican president ‘wants to be the R.J. Reynolds of marijuana’

Our sources south of the border say to keep an eye on the business interests of former Mexican President Vicente Fox, a vocal President Trump critic. “He wants to be the R.J. Reynolds of marijuana,” our spy said. And there seems to be some substance to the rumor. In June, Fox was the keynote at…
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Former Mexican President Scorches Trump Over Taco Bowls

Once again, Vicente Fox has some choice words for Donald Trump.

The former Mexican president blasts Trump’s food and drink choices in a new video from Super Deluxe, in which he also denounces Trump’s plan to build a “pointless wall of hate” between the U.S. and Mexico

Remember that time Trump posed with a taco bowl on Cinco de Mayo, saying he “love[s] Hispanics?” Huge mistake, Fox points out. 

“[Taco bowls] are shit,” he says in the video. “They are not even Mexican. Why is the bowl made out of tortilla? Just eat a f**king taco.”

He later pokes fun at Trump’s soda habit and notes that the billions of dollars proposed for the wall project could make a significant dent in ending world hunger.

Watch above for the full roast. 

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Sun’s Out, Buns Out! Emily Ratajkowski Goes Completely Nude in Sexy Snap from Her Mexican Vacation

Emily Ratajkowski took skinny dipping to a whole other level on Sunday when she shared a shot of herself in the buff while lounging in a rocky pool of water.

“La Sirena,” the 25-year-old model captioned the shot, using the Spanish term for mermaid.

Ratajkowski is currently vacationing in Mexico. Earlier on Sunday, she shared a shot of herself in a green bikini, looking incredibly tanned and wearing her ubiquitous gold body chain.

Ratajkowski is no stranger to showing off her nude body on Instagram, often posting revealing (and equally empowering) photos on social media.

The model, who is also an outspoken feminist and activist, recently opened up to InStyle about how she deals with criticism from so-called-feminists who slam her revealing photos.

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“The main criticism I get is ‘Aren’t you just conforming to a patriarchal standard of beauty?’ Well, this is just the body I was given,” she said. “I didn’t do anything to it— it’s just my body. But even if I had altered it, that would be fine too.”

Ratajkowski is also all about supporting her fellow naked women. Last year, the model posed topless with Kim Kardashian West after the reality star was criticized for posing completely nude on Instagram (albeit with some carefully placed black censor bars). Earlier this year, Ratajkowski made headlines when she defended former model (and current First Lady) Melania Trump against a journalist who allegedly called her a “hooker.”


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Dozens Of Mexican Clowns Make A Religious Pilgrimage In Devotion To Lady of Guadalupe

Dozens of professional clowns took the streets of Mexico City on Tuesday to express devotion for their country’s patron saint, the Lady of Guadalupe.

Sporting neon-bright clothes and equally colorful wigs, the clowns marched from the city center to the Basilica of Guadalupe, a Roman Catholic church.

This year’s pilgrimage marked the 26th years the clowns united to thank the saint for the work they’ve received. The clowns carried images of the Virgin with them on the trek.

“I want to give thanks to Lupita [Guadalupe] for this great blessing of being a clown because it’s a very beautiful profession,” one clown told The Guardian.

According to Catholic tradition, the Virgin Mary appeared to a Native American peasant named Juan Diego in 1531. Millions make the pilgrimage to the basilica every year to venerate the relic she reportedly left behind — an imprint of her image on a cloth.

“[We come with] faith, devotion and the willingness to move forward. Because there are many clowns who have all kinds of problems and we call on the Virgin for her help to solve them,” another clown told The Guardian.
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MEXICAN DIRECTOR AMAT ESCALANTE SPEAKS ABOUT BEING ON MARTIN SCORSESE’S JURY IN MARRAKECH

“I came because of Martin Scorsese,” Mexican director Amat Escalante said, explaining his reason for accepting a position as member of the jury at the Marrakesh International Film Festival, which will choose the winning Competition film this evening.

Escalante, the winner of the Best Director award at Cannes last season, was delighted that Martin Scorsese, president of the jury, had seen and liked two of his films, and moreover, seemed to know them “in photographic detail,” discussing them shot for shot with the younger director here in Marrakech. It was an honor to receive such enthusiastic appraisal from an esteemed veteran like Scorsese, Escalante told us.

“Being on the jury with Scorsese is great,” he added. “He is a good listener. He listens openly to our opinions. Listening to him discuss the films, I learn a lot too.”

It was also interesting to be on this jury for Escalante because everyone has “their own opinion, their own criteria. A film will touch one jury member for personal reasons, but not another.”

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What were Escalante’s own criteria for choosing a good film?

“I like a film that will take me forwards and keep my interest, make me curious about what will happens next. I like a film with suspense.”

In his own films, he noted, he makes an effort “to make exceptional things happen—like people dying”—since “reality can be pretty boring.” Escalante’s own favorite movies are genre films, like Westerns and horror flicks.

Does it ever get stressful, trying to come up with a consensus with ten people?

“No,” laughed Escalante. “It’s after all just a movie.”

As for trends that Escalante–who has been on five juries in the last couple years—sees in contemporary films, he joked: “Well, there is a lot of vomit. Yellow vomit even.”

But on a more serious note, Escalante pointed out that social issues were at the forefront of the films he has seen.

His own masterful film Heli, which earned him Best Director award at Cannes, is the story of vulnerable bystanders getting in the way of a drug cartel in Mexico, with a much discussed graphic torture scene at the climax, including a penis burnt to a crisp. The film, he told us now, has been very appreciated in Mexico, as Mexicans know the reality of which the film speaks.

“Are you as hopeless about the future as your film?” a journalist asked.

“No,” Escalante leaned forward. ” Everything can change. It can change in Mexico. What is frustrating is that change is not allowed. The media has numbed and stupefied everybody so they will follow governmental orders. Two channels in Mexico basically control the country: control who will run for president, what people are going to buy. Even soap operas deliver messages. For example, now the president wants to privatize gas. So we have a soap opera star talking about how it would be good to sell petrol. If Mexico could be liberated from this media control, that would be a revolution.”
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Creating Mexican Consumer Culture in the Age of Porfirio Díaz

Creating Mexican Consumer Culture in the Age of Porfirio Díaz


In Gabriel García Márquez’s novel One Hundred Years of Solitude, a character articulates the fascination goods, technology, and modernity held for many Latin Americans in the early twentieth century when he declares that “incredible things are happening in this world.” The modernity he marvels over is the new availability of cheap and useful goods. Steven Bunker’s study shows how goods and consumption embodied modernity in the time of Porfirio Díaz, how they provided proof to Mexicans that “incredible things are happening in this world.”In urban areas, and especially Mexico City, being a consumer increasingly defined what it meant to be Mexican. In an effort to reconstruct everyday life in Porfirian Mexico, Bunker surveys the institutions and discourses of consumption and explores how individuals and groups used the goods, practices, and spaces of urban consumer culture to construct meaning and identities in the rapidly evolving social and physical landscape of the capital city and beyond. Through case studies of tobacco marketing, department stores, advertising, shoplifting, and a famous jewelry robbery and homicide, he provides a colorful walking tour of daily life in Porfirian Mexico City. Emphasizing the widespread participation in this consumer culture, Bunker’s work overturns conventional wisdom that only the middle and upper classes participated in this culture.

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