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News Feed in Mexico City, Distrito Federal


Red Herring

Mexico City: The 22 Million-Strong Underdog of Mexican Tech
Red Herring
Villatoro's first forays into tech were in the southern state of Chiapas, Mexico's poorest region, where the poverty rate is almost 75% (the Distrito Federal, coterminous with Mexico City, is Mexico's third-least poverty stricken by comparison, with 28 ...


Does This Little Critter Say 'Mexico City' to You?
CityLab
... the 1968 Olympic Games, to the more recent CDMX campaign (in which the DF, or Distrito Federal, was rechristened CDMX, or Ciudad de México, following a series of reforms aimed at devolving power), visual culture has had a central place in city ...

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Eater LA

These Massive Machete-Shaped Quesadillas Will Slice Through Hunger
Eater LA
... Ontario's Comida Monica Estilo DF decided to wield this mighty masa sword at a backyard pop-up beginning about a year ago, where they also serve pit roasted lamb barbacoa and other antojitos chilangos (which means “little whims”, Mexico-City style).


Food & Wine

Where to Save and Splurge in Mexico City's Luxe Polanco Neighborhood
Food & Wine
While much of Mexico City teems with life, bustling markets and food vendors on every corner, Polanco is a different sort of place — where the Tesla dealership abuts the Apple Store, staring down the Ferragamo and Hermés. “Upscale” is too modest a ...


300 PALABRAS
Lexology (registration)
The Distrito Federal had no legislative body, and the laws of the capital were dictated by Mexico's federal Congress, but the capital did have a Supreme Court, whose independence was sometimes questioned. A long process of political reform led Mexico ...


Unicorn Booty (blog)

The Hornet Guide to Gay Mexico City, Part 1: The Best Museums and Historical Sites
Unicorn Booty (blog)
Redesigned and rebuilt to meet Spanish standards later, the city subsequently renamed the Federal District (Distrito Federal) in 1824, when independence from Spain was achieved. Nowadays, Mexico City is Mexico's cultural capital where you can find ...


Culinary Backstreets

The Best Mole in Mexico City | Culinary Backstreets
Culinary Backstreets
The restaurant Angelopolitano, owned by chef Gerardo Quezadas, specializes in food from Puebla, believed by some to be the birthplace of mole.

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HungryForever.com (blog)

Distrito Federal Cocktail
HungryForever.com (blog)
In the spirit of calling a spade a spade, this cocktail is merely the tequila version of the Manhattan. Named after Mexico's largest city, the Distrito Federal Cocktail tastes best when made with aged tequila (you know, preferably the ones that have a ...


FloCombat

Loyalty, Revolution and Victory: In The Gym With Ricardo Lamas ...
FloCombat
Former UFC featherweight title challenger Ricardo Lamas recounts family history and championship aspirations.

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GQ Magazine

The Speakeasies of Mexico City
GQ Magazine
Mexico City is going through a bit of a culinary renaissance at the moment. There's no shortage of excellent restaurants and bars to fill your time in DF (Distrito Federal, a common nickname for the city)—not to mention the street food—but you might ...

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