Topics :: Mexico

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EDGE's Places to Go in 2017: Riviera Nayarit

By Matthew Wexler | Dec 31
Mexico's western coast plays host to some of the most luxurious resorts in the Western Hemisphere. Melt away the winter amid sandy beaches, crystal waters and plentiful cocktails.

7 Gay Wonders of the World: Luxury Edition

By Matthew Wexler | Dec 27
Our third annual "bucket list" travel compilation pulls out all the stops. From exclusive experiences to LGBT happenings that will connect you with our global community, EDGE encourages you to push your boundaries - in high style, of course.

Mexico Senate Passes Medical Pot Bill; Sent to Lower House

By Peter Orsi | Dec 15
The Senate on Tuesday overwhelmingly passed a bill approving the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes, the latest in a series of legal changes and court rulings that have somewhat relaxed cannabis laws in Mexico.

Mexico's Pulque Makes a Comeback

By Teresa de Miguel | Dec 7
The nutrient-rich drink is making a comeback among a new generation of Mexicans.

2 Dead as Hurricane Newton Slams Mexico's Los Cabos Resorts

By Ignacio Martinez | Sep 7
Hurricane Newton shattered windows, downed trees and knocked out power in parts of the twin resorts of Los Cabos on Tuesday.

Survey Says Puerto Vallarta is #1 'Surprisingly Gay Travel Destination'

Aug 31
Puerto Vallarta was named the No.1 "off the beaten path" or "surprisingly gay friendly" travel destination in the world in a survey pertaining to gay summer travel.

Cinco de Mayo Recipes From Mexico's St. Regis Hotels

May 2
Those looking to have Cinco de Mayo fun can re-create these recipes from The St. Regis Punta Mita Resort and The St. Regis Mexico City.

Billions in U.S. Remittances A Lifeline for Many in Mexico

By E. Eduardo Castillo and Peter Orsi | Apr 7
For families across Mexico, money transfers help put food on the table and clothe children. They can make it possible to start a small business, put an addition on a cinderblock home or buy a secondhand truck to use on a farm.

In Mexico, Fear As Victims Vanish at Hands of Police

By Christopher Sherman | Nov 26
It was common knowledge that police were errand runners for gangsters, but it was not widely acknowledged that local and state police were disappearing people, too.

Into the Wild: A Women's Adventure in Baja, Mexico

By Jill Gleeson | Apr 24
We sent a writer on a women-only adventure to Baja, Mexico with Wild Women Expeditions. From pitching tents and kayaking to lazy nights under the star-soaked sky, this is what she discovered.

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