This week I reviewed four frozen Mexican food products, including two by Amy's Kitchen. After posting one of the reviews on Instagram, Amy herself reached out to me and offered to set me up on a date with her friend. What a company!
We talked with Roy Martinez, who goes by the name Lambe Culo (Spanish for "lick ass"), about his fashion designs and mixed media art, which explore the fluidity of gender and cultural identities.
When I see the rebel Latino subculture being sampled and recontextualized by bourgeois white fashion designers, pop singers, or celebrity starlets, I can't help rolling my eyes.
When I order a wrap, it's nearly like eating a snack. But when I order a burrito, I'm making a commitment. Burritos can come in huge sizes that measure up to a small child.
Cartel boss "El Rikin" executes his revenge against a local Mormon community leader.
Presidential candidate Enrique Peña Nieto and Mexico's corporate media companies should be scared shitless.
Not too long ago, we interviewed J.T. for our piece on border militias, and while we understood that J.T. had a lot of anger, we didn't realize how deep his hatred ran.
During the last few years, Mexican directors have received unprecedented international recognition. Movies like Babel, Amores perros, Silent Light, Y tu mamá también, and Pan's Labyrinth have won awards at film festivals all over the world.
Vice: Who are you and what are you doing here?
Vice: When did you come to New Zealand and what on earth led you all the way here?
Vice: Why did you decide to move to Italy?
Vice: Do many Mexicans move to Scandinavia?
Vice: Do people joke around with your name?
Vice: Why did you come to Toronto from Mexico?
Vice: How is it that you're in Spain?
Vice: Ay caramba, look at you.
We grabbed a Mexican who we found doing capoeira in a park with a bunch of Brazilians and dragged her around three of London's best Mexican takeaway joints.
WORLD'S FINEST MEXICAN JOKES
As it's the Mexico Issue we popped over to our buddy Ivan Mendiola's flat in London and played him a stack of this month's records so that we could get a real-life Mexican's view on recorded sound in June 2008.
There is no reason to eat anything but Mexican and/or BBQ when you are in Austin. If you are a vegetarian, your life is screwed no matter where you are, so no need to address that handicap here.