What should students and parents do? For those with bills in hand, there may be viable options to pay without cashing out of this fickle market. For everyone saving for college, there are good strategies and options to build a nest egg to pay future college expenses. … [Read more...] about Protect your college savings amid growing market turmoil
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USE OF FACE COVERINGS: People leaving their residence must comply with Social (Physical) Distancing requirements which includes wearing a cloth face covering whenever there is, or can be, contact with others who are non-household members in both public and private places. … [Read more...] about Faith-Based And Retail Services Reopen In La Cañada Flintridge May 26, 2020
His Mexican restaurant was one of the first to have opened on Olvera Street. Before the coronavirus, the little restaurant was often filled with customers eating tacos and taquitos. Now, the wooden stools are stacked up and the tables crammed inside. At this rate, Garcia said, he could continue for another five months before he will be forced to close. … [Read more...] about Olvera Street merchants struggle to survive amid the coronavirus pandemic
“Bósforo (Luis Moya 31) has great mezcal and overall ambiance. It’s downtown in the Centro neighborhood, and they recently opened a restaurant that’s supergood. The menu is basically food from Oaxaca. You can have a quesadilla and drink mezcal or pulque, which is a Mexican alcoholic drink. We love Montejo (Av. Benjamín Franklin 261-A). It’s a traditional Mexican cantina with food from Yucatán and really good mezcal, too — not as many as Bósforo but a full bar with lots of tequila and high-end whiskeys. It’s also great for bigger groups. You can go with 15 people and they’ll seat you, no problem. This is where we have all our parties after art openings. We’ve been going there for 10 years.” … [Read more...] about A Gallery Owners’ Guide to Mexico City
As far as question one goes, I had the answer—a vigorous, enthusiastic yes—long before meeting the mango hombre. Barely an hour south of Mexico City’s Benito Juárez International Airport, I asked my driver to pull off the toll highway on the edge of La Marquesa National Park, remarkable for its towering conifers and green glades. In the village of La Marquesa, the place to rent an ATV or horse, I found a taco stand, which is to say a shedlike structure so rickety as to invite a tornado. In front of it stood a beat-up stove on top of which sat a shoulder of pork braising in hot manteca (lard). I sat and ordered. Plastic cutlery arrived, followed by a container of chopped onion and cilantro. A woman laid down a paper plate with two warm tortillas cradling chunks of pork. I dressed the taco, expecting it to be terrible, mentally rehearsing the apologetic hand gestures I would use as I sprinted from taco-stand squalor back to the car. Instead, the taco was not only … [Read more...] about A Culinary Tour to Answer the Age-Old Question: Why Is Mexican Food So Good?