The man-made islands created by the Aztecs have been hit by pollution and urban sprawl, endangering the endemic salamanders known as axolotls.
—US News July 9, 2014
The waterfront at local Anzalduas Park has become a hot spot for crossings and photo opportunities under the palms and mesquite.
—Los Angeles Times July 9, 2014
I’ll go out and call for the dog, because it’s getting to be evening, and there are coyotes out there in the woods.
“The particular blend of playful menace works together like chili and chocolate,” says Failbetter Games CEO and creative director Alexis Kennedy.
—The Verge July 14, 2014
Shooter’s sandwich: The shooter’s sandwich fills a loaf of crusty bread with slices of well-seasoned grilled steak, chipotle chiles and shiitake mushrooms.
—Los Angeles Times July10, 2014
“When you see a mango tree and a cacao tree together, you know people used to live here,” he said.
—New York Times June 12, 2014
Because of “The Great Lime Crisis of 2014,” restaurants from New York to Los Angeles have stopped selling margaritas and making guacamole.
—Salon (May 14, 2014)
For a local take on Mexican, Donna’s Tamales makes vegetarian enchiladas, breakfast burritos and tamales in flavors like smoked Cheddar, black bean and yam.
—New York Times Jan 24, 2013
They are considered a “bridge” between typical big cats, like lions and tigers, and small cats, like pumas, lynx and ocelots.
—Washington Times (May 18, 2014)
A yummy suggestion: an eight-ounce glass of chocolate milk with a pinch of salt, for a new twist on an old favorite.
—US News July 10, 2014)
Eating good fat and protein, like eggs, avocado and meat plus vegetables, helped curb sugar cravings.
—Seattle Times July 2, 2014
And don’t forget about lycopene, found mainly in tomatoes, which has many bodily benefits, including protection against skin-damaging ultraviolet rays.
—US News (July 17, 2014)
Like many countries, Mexico is facing a severe obesity crisis.
—Time (July 16, 2014)
The Aztecs did have dogs, albeit smaller ones that seldom barked, so they would probably have known what they were putting on display.
—US News Dec 31, 2013
Quetzalcoatl was described by the Mexicans as tall, with a fair complexion, long, dark hair, and a flowing beard.
—Catherine Ann White