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73 Muestra Internacional Festival Morelos

73rd International Film Festival in Morelos

The 73rd edition of the International Film Festival of the Cineteca Nacional will visit Cuernavaca for a 13-day stay, from July 4 to 16 at the Cine Morelos, presenting more than a dozen films that hide a variety of stories of Mexican and international cinema.
Jesse and Joy

Jesse and Joy In San Diego

Francisca Valenzuela has just announced the first dates of what will be her U.S. tour, following the announcement of her first dates in Mexico.
Pride March

Pride and Love Celebrated in Mexico

The desire to celebrate themselves for who they are, to demand respect for their rights, and condemn violence against them was stronger than the heat wave.

New Deaths Due To Heat Wave in Mexico

Extreme heat continues to claim lives. Nationwide, there are already 8 deaths associated with this season, according to data from the Federal Ministry of Health.

Pique Stills Messing His Dates

Former player and founder of the Kings League, Gerard Piqué is one of the most controversial figures in the sport, recognized as a troublemaker and provocateur on the field, and off the field he is known for his links to the team and the famous singer Shakira. he later had an affair with Clara Jue.
Volaria Airplane

Mexican Low-Cost Airline Announces Anual Flight Pass

There is currently a culture fueled by the desire to travel and spend thousands of pesos on becoming a tourist in an exotic country, visiting only the emblematic places that the short periods of time allotted for their stay allow.
Public Transportation

Woman Murdered On Public Transportation

The execution of a woman while she was traveling in a microbus in Iztapalapa yesterday afternoon was "a direct aggression" against her in revenge for a triple femicide committed by one of her brothers in March 2021 in the Atlampa neighborhood, Cuauhtémoc municipality, said the Secretary of Citizen Security, Omar García Harfuch.