Top Mexico Vacation Destinations You Can Drive To

Posted January 30, 2018 by & filed under Activities, Baja, Chihuahua, Destinations, San Carlos-Guaymas, Sonora.

San Carlos Mexico Beach

Warm sunshine, delicious food and a rich culture are just a few of the things you can expect to enjoy during a trip to Mexico. In fact, many wonderful vacation spots are located just hours away from the U.S. border. Couples, families, retirees and those on a budget can easily find the right fit. Once… Read more »

Chihuahua International Festival

Posted August 15, 2014 by & filed under Arts, Chihuahua, Festivals / Events, Music.

El Festival Internacional Chihuahua 2014 A celebration of art and culture The 2014 Chihuahua International Festival began on August 1st, and will continue until the 24th of August. The yearly festival celebrates art and culture, from all over Mexico, and from around the world. Once again, this year’s program includes hundreds of cultural activities performed… Read more »

News from Raechel Running

Posted May 23, 2012 by & filed under Border Crossing, Chihuahua, Mexico.

In the past I have posted several articles from Raechel Running. Raechel is a well-known freelance photographer whose work reflects her interest in social and environmental concerns within and beyond the borderlands of Mexico. Raechel spends half her time living in Chihuahua, Mexico where she documents life and projects there via “visual poetry.” Below we’ve… Read more »

Raechel Running calls home Flagstaff, Arizona and Chihuahua, Mexico

Posted January 7, 2011 by & filed under Arts, Chihuahua, Uncategorized.

Photographer Raechel Running now calls two places home – Flagstaff, Arizona and Chihuahua, Mexico. After spending three years in Mexico, Raechel Running was surprised with the connections she made to Northern Arizona. Now she is displaying them in an exhibit at the Flagstaff Photography Center. In this interview, Running tells Arizona Public Radio’s Laurel Morales… Read more »