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5 must-see acts at Mexico’s non-stop Festival Carnaval De Bahidorá

Words by Ben Jolley Mexico’s non-stop jungle party Carnaval de Bahidorá returns to Las Estacas natural park for three days next week. Dancing Astronaut decided to head over there to see what all the fuss is about. Eight years since it started, it has become the country’s premiere music festival.  Tucked away in the middle […]

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GM Just Stopped Producing The Contentious Mexico-Made Chevy Blazer

General Motors’ decision to build the new Chevy Blazer in Ramos Arizpe, Mexico was highly controversial. The company has taken fire from union representatives, politicians and consumers alike for starting Blazer production in Mexico after shutting down U.S. plants and laying off workers. Now, the plant that’s been a…Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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GM Just Stopped Producing The Contentious Mexico-Made Chevy Blazer

General Motors’ decision to build the new Chevy Blazer in Ramos Arizpe, Mexico was highly controversial. The company has taken fire from union representatives, politicians and consumers alike for starting Blazer production in Mexico after shutting down U.S. plants and laying off workers. Now, the plant that’s been a…Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Walking ‘Contingency’ Is My Favorite Part Of Watching Off-Road Races

Desert racing isn’t for everyone–competition is punishing and standing on the sidelines will leave you picking sand from your pockets for weeks. But even if you’re not into that, can I interest you in tacos, swag, cervezas and stickers? Thought so. Come check out what’s called “contingency” with me.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Bassnectar’s next Deja Voom bass pilgrimage to be led by Sub Focus, GRiZ, and Caspa

For Lorin Ashton, widely known as Bassnectar‘s wide and unwavering following, a destination festival headlined by Ashton himself (among a number of resounding guests) on a Cancun resort is nothing short of an earsplitting fantasy. The four-day festival’s second charter will summon Sub Focus, GRiZ, Caspa, and Claude VonStroke to its sandy forefront. VonStroke will […]

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Bassnectar’s next Deja Voom bass pilgrimage to be led by Sub Focus, GRiZ, and Caspa

For Lorin Ashton, widely known as Bassnectar‘s wide and unwavering following, a destination festival headlined by Ashton himself (among a number of resounding guests) on a Cancun resort is nothing short of an earsplitting fantasy. The four-day festival’s second charter will summon Sub Focus, GRiZ, Caspa, and Claude VonStroke to its sandy forefront. VonStroke will […]

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Bassnectar’s next Deja Voom bass pilgrimage to be led by Sub Focus, GRiZ, and Caspa

For Lorin Ashton, widely known as Bassnectar‘s wide and unwavering following, a destination festival headlined by Ashton himself (among a number of resounding guests) on a Cancun resort is nothing short of an earsplitting fantasy. The four-day festival’s second charter will summon Sub Focus, GRiZ, Caspa, and Claude VonStroke to its sandy forefront. VonStroke will […]

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Bassnectar’s next Deja Voom bass pilgrimage to be led by Sub Focus, GRiZ, and Caspa

For Lorin Ashton, widely known as Bassnectar‘s wide and unwavering following, a destination festival headlined by Ashton himself (among a number of resounding guests) on a Cancun resort is nothing short of an earsplitting fantasy. The four-day festival’s second charter will summon Sub Focus, GRiZ, Caspa, and Claude VonStroke to its sandy forefront. VonStroke will […]

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A chilaquiles private lesson with Rick Bayless

An e-mail arrived in my inbox a few weeks ago, asking if I was interested in taking a chilaquiles lesson with Rick. Chilaquiles, of course, being the comforting tortilla-in-broth cure-all of Mexican gastronomy, and Rick being Rick Bayless, the Chicago chef, Mexico evangelist, and sole reason that O’Hare Airport is…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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What Happens When a President Declares a National Emergency?

Today in the upside down, President Trump declared a national emergency in an effort to fund the U.S.-Mexico border. In doing so, he’ll effectively bypass Congress and gain access to billions of dollars, among other capacities, which include the ability to declare curfews and even limit our actual movements (yep).…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Groove Cruise Miami announces dates, plots new destination for 2020 sailing

Groove Cruise Miami, hot off the heels of a successful 15th anniversary sailing, already has some big announcements underway for their 2020 sailing. The floating festival has revealed the dates, and set its sights on a new destination, for next year’s voyage. Groove Cruise Miami will head to Costa Maya, Mexico for four days of […]

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People Stealing From a Pipeline Have Caused a Massive Fuel Shortage in Mexico

Central and western Mexican states have been experiencing severe fuel shortages not because there’s actually a shortage of fuel, but because the primary fuel pipelines and refineries are being continually tapped by fuel-theft gangs. The government has shut down many of these pipelines, and is resorting to tanker…Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Hola pozole, adios hangover

Pozole is a stew that leads two lives in Mexican culinary folklore. Like the angel on one shoulder, pozole can be an innocent winter warm-up to be enjoyed with family as a holiday meal. Or, like the devil on the other shoulder, a known hangover cure urging you to go out and drink all the […]

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MEMBERS ONLY: Trump and Pelosi’s Re-Enactment Of Richard III

In his latest book, Tyrant: Shakespeare on Politics, Pulitzer-Prize winning historian Stephen Greenblatt analyzes the Bard’s most power-hungry characters. The book never mentions Donald Trump by name, but it is easy to see the parallels between our president and the characters Greenblatt writes …Continue reading Continue Reading at https://thedailybanter.com

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Make elotes casserole: Mexican street corn meets the Midwest

Elotes is the Mexican street snack that celebrates the height of sweet corn season. Whole ears of freshly steamed or grilled corn are slathered with mayonnaise, rolled in cotija cheese, sprinkled with spicy chili powder, and served with a wedge of lime. It’s a beautiful balance of sweet crunchy corn, creamy mayo,…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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The New Chevrolet Blazer May Ignite A Tweetstorm When President Trump Realizes It’s Built In Mexico

Good morning! Welcome to The Morning Shift, your roundup of the auto news you crave, all in one place every weekday morning. Here are the important stories that are your air, that you need to know to live.Read more… Continue Reading at http://jalopnik.com

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