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Elon Musk’s ‘Teslaquila’ isn’t meshing with Mexico’s tequila industry

Elon Musk could soon need a lemon wedge for a salty trademark battle with Mexico’s tequila industry. The founder and CEO of Tesla announced a new brand of tequila called “Teslaquila” in October, vaguely tweeting it was “coming soon.” But it may not be that straightforward for Musk if the intensely no-nonsense Mexican tequila industry...CONTINUE READING
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Category:Food, Mexico, Tech, Tequila, Tesla

Google celebrates Day of the Dead with colourful skull-themed doodle

Google has marked Day of the Dead, or El Día de los Muertos, with a colourful skull-themed doodle.  SEE ALSO: Google’s new Doodle is a terrifyingly addictive Halloween game you can play with friends Day of the Dead is a holiday observed in cities and towns throughout Mexico, which dates back thousands of yearsPer National Geographic,...CONTINUE READING
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Mexico and South Korea: The newest of best friends after a World Cup triumph

Convincingly beaten 3-0 in its match against Sweden, Mexico were set to be the next team sent packing from the World Cup on Wednesday. Then, the incredible happened. SEE ALSO: ‘Simpsons’ fans dream of a Mexico and Portugal World Cup final South Korea’s team, the deus ex machina, scored twice in the final minutes of...CONTINUE READING
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Artificial ‘earthquake’ detected in Mexico after World Cup goal

Mexico is now the gold standard for fan celebration. A small artificial earthquake was detected in Mexico City on Sunday after Hirving Lozano scored a goal — the only goal of the game — during Mexico’s World Cup matchup against Germany.  According to SIMMSA, which monitors seismic activity in the area, the earthquake was likely...CONTINUE READING
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Mexico City’s highway pillars are vertical gardens that help fight air pollution

Via Verde is a project in Mexico City that strives to turn 1,000 highway pillars into vertical gardens. Different kinds of plants are planted inside the “pockets” of felt to make the city greener and its air cleaner. The hydroponic system collects rainwater to cover its needs and each garden is equipped with sensors to...CONTINUE READING
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Climate change could force millions of people to move within countries

While conflict and economic reasons are often the biggest factors for people moving within countries, climate change will soon have its own part to play. By 2050, 140 million people could be forced to migrate internally as the effects of global warming exacerbate problems like water scarcity, crop failure, rising sea levels and storm surges,...CONTINUE READING
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Mexican Olympic skier finishes last but still gets a hero’s celebration

Some athletes at the Olympics bring home the gold, some are able to snag the silver, but someone’s gotta finish last. SEE ALSO: That really oily guy from the Olympics is going to compete in the Winter Games Mexican cross-country skier German Madrazo is one such athlete. But the skier didn’t let that get him...CONTINUE READING
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Mexico politician’s campaign hashtag is so wrong it’s perfect

Political campaigns are very important opportunities for candidates to show the world what makes them so special. But since everyone hoping to be elected focuses on promoting their skills, beliefs, and the issues they care about, Mexican politician Javier Zapata, decided to stand out from his competition by crafting an utterly flawless campaign … about...CONTINUE READING
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