Ruth Samuelson Archive
Published February 20, 2012
Guided trips to infamous prostitution and drug dens are the newest tourism fad in Mexico City.
Published February 16, 2012
They banded together for a sexy calendar that became a media sensation. But success comes at a price.
Published February 02, 2012
Nearly 3 years after the so-called swine flu first struck Mexico, the virus is making a comeback.
Published January 23, 2012
From the most people kissing simultaneously to the largest pork taco, Mexico will do anything it can to break world records.
Published December 17, 2011
Warm weather mushing, dog sledding without the snow, has grown in popularity in the past few years.
Published December 08, 2011
With the drug war ravaging Monterrey, businesses are relocating to Mexico City or even further afield.
Published November 01, 2011
The month-long celebration at Feria del Alfeñique in Mexico offers a large mix of sweet treats.
Published October 24, 2011
Hugo Ortega began as a dishwasher and line cook. Today, he is the owner of Hugo's -- and was named Houston's "Best Chef."
Published August 25, 2011
According to UNESCO, if nothing to done, about half of the 6,000 languages spoken today will disappear by the end of the century.
Published August 17, 2011
A planned elevated walk-way will link Chapultepec Forest to the Metro, meaning users will not longer have to brave steep steps and busy roads to enter the park.