An unconventional form of theater that took its audience away from the stage and into neighborhoods stigmatized by drugs and violence became an unexpected hit during its nearly two month run in the Mexican border city of Juárez.
Two immigrant neighborhoods along the U.S./Mexico border and a strip of post World War II architecture in Tucson are highlighted in a 2016 list of endangered historic places released Wednesday by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
The Hopi Tribe has been split on whether tourism is a good idea. With half the tribe unemployed many have said it’s their best chance at economic development. But some worry inviting tourists to their villages has left them vulnerable to thieves.
An estimated half a million people are turning out this week in Mexico City to pay last respects to the legendary Mexican singer Juan Gabriel.
Gabriel's life played out like a telenovela beginning on the tire-streaked pavement of Ciudad Juárez. His hometown will pay tribute to his legacy on Saturday.
Hours after news broke of the death of Mexican superstar Juan Gabriel tearful fans gathered outside the concert venue in El Paso where the singer was set to perform that night.
Part 5: Laura Fallon shares her experience "going big" with well-known political columnist Molly Ivins, who had gathered a group of friends to raft down the Canyon as a final hurrah to celebrate her final session of chemotherapy.
Part 4: Betsy Harter has been guiding for 16 years, including in the Grand Canyon for Arizona Raft Adventures. But some of her most memorable moments came early in her career guiding canoe trips in Costa Rica.
Part 3: Brad Dimock tells the mysterious tale of Glen and Bessie Hyde who disappeared from their honeymoon trip down the Colorado River in 1928.
Christa Sadler has been guiding for three decades and she’s the author of There’s This River - Grand Canyon Boatman Stories.