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2013-08-21 23:30:55

Sean Guerrero is an award winning artist out of Wilmington, NC who is writing vibrant songs that break down Walls which are Forever changing lives all over the world. He has finished his Single “Walls” with Award Winning Producer Dave Moody of Lamon Records which is centering around warnings against suicide. (PRWEB) August 21, 2013 Award winning artist Sean Guerrero worked with the Grammy Nominated and Dove Award Winning Producer, Mr. Dave Moody in recording the song “Walls” a...

2010-09-30 07:00:00

NEW YORK and IXTAPA-ZIHUATANEJO, Mexico, Sept. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Epicures will be heading south of the border this Winter for the inaugural FOOD & WINE Festival in Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo on March 26-28, 2011 hosted by FOOD & WINE in conjunction with the Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo Convention and Visitors Bureau. The three-day event will honor the philosophy of "32 tastes, 1 history, 1 soul" in showcasing the authentic cuisine of the region and of Mexico as a whole. FOOD & WINE, which...

2006-06-29 07:42:38

By Catherine Bremer SAN LUIS ACATLAN, Mexico (Reuters) - Half a dozen men in black combat gear jump out of a jeep, weighed down by huge rifles, and nudge a shirtless prisoner through a dusty yard and into a cramped cell with two other men. An accused rapist, he is one of 10 prisoners who escaped in the night from a improvised jail near the indigenous mountain town of San Luis Acatlan in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero. Also at the scene, stepping over chickens and flea-bitten...

2006-06-25 12:52:07

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Kidnappers killed four policemen in southern Mexico, gagging and shooting three and beheading another in the latest attack on officers ahead of next week's presidential election, officials said on Sunday. Local police said the four were kidnapped last week in a remote part of Guerrero state, home to the once-glamorous Pacific resort Acapulco, which has become a key front in a battle between drug traffickers and the government. A police spokesman said a drugs...

2006-04-22 21:38:10

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Gunmen killed a police chief in southern Mexico when they sprayed his car with dozens of bullets on Saturday, officials said, the latest bloodshed to be reported in the increasingly violent state of Guerrero. Fidel Arellano, police chief for the city of Ciudad Altamirano, was shot in his patrol car in the early hours of the morning. Another police officer with him was wounded. "They fired a hail of bullets from two cars, there must have been more than 30...

2006-02-17 14:58:33

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Wracked by violent drug crime and too poor to arm its police properly, the Mexican state of Guerrero is seeking a $24 million bank loan to buy more guns and security equipment. The local government plans to use the credit, approved by its Congress, to get guns, communications gear and police cars for the most cash-strapped parts of Guerrero, one of Mexico's poorest states, the state government said on Friday. "We want to seek a credit line to acquire...

2006-01-31 10:25:00

By Alistair Bell ACAPULCO, Mexico -- As the tropical sun set over Mexico's Pacific coast, tourists drifted away from the pool, waiters shook the evening's first cocktails and three men sat murdered in a car, their brains splattered over the seats. Just inland from Acapulco's busy beach and luxury hotels, five killers toting assault rifles had stepped up to the brand new Volkswagen Jetta and pumped it with dozens of bullets. The driver was still wearing his seat belt but half of his head was...

2005-07-04 03:12:07

By Lorraine Orlandi ZIHUATANEJO, Mexico (Reuters) - A replica of the GreekParthenon stands decaying on a cliff above a Mexican Pacificresort, a gaudy monument to graft and brutality that neighborslong ago dubbed the Palace of Corruption. It was built as a vacation retreat by the late ArturoDurazo, "El Negro," a notorious Mexico City police chief whogot rich on official misdeeds during a heyday of corruption inthe 1970s. Legend says he murdered a couple of house guests inthe Parthenon's...


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malpais
  • The ragged surface of a lava-flow.
'Malpais' translates from Spanish as 'bad land.'