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The View from the North: Abbott’s ‘Stunt’ Is Working

OPINION By SILVIO CANTO, JR. To be honest, I did not think that Texas Governor Gregg Abbott’s controversial decision to send undocumented migrants to New York City, Washington, D.C. and other northern cities would do much to change the surging migrant crisis along the U.S-Mexico border. Well, I was wrong, and I happy to admit it. Abbott’s much-publicized stunt has

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Chicago’s Hubbard Street Dance Takes on Mexico

PULSE NEWS MEXICO Chicago’s renowned Hubbard Street Dance troupe is slated to perform at Mexico City’s Guillermina Bravo Dance Theater on Monday, June 27, and Tuesday, June 28. One of the most important contemporary dance groups in the United States, Hubbard Street Dance will be performing several choreographic works along with the Mexican company Danza Visual. Founded 44 years ago,

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Smoke, Steel and Fire

By RICH GRANT There is no sound quite like a steam whistle echoing off a mountain, as plumes of black smoke rise in the air, the steel wheels screech around a bend, and ahead is the chug, chug, chug of a massive steam locomotive straining up a four percent grade. Riding outdoors in a gondola car with the big skies

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