Benjamin Alire Sáenz's book, "Everything Begins and Ends at the Kentucky Club," is a collection of seven short stories that all relate to a legendary bar in the Mexican border city of Juárez. The book tells of the struggles of border life through tales of love, drug addiction and coming of age.
A modern library in Tijuana has won a prestigious architecture award.
At New Mexico's state capitol in Santa Fe, the chaotic process of lawmaking is sometimes interrupted by the scent of Native American fry bread. It's one of few, if not the only, state capitol to allow area artists and food vendors to sell their goods throughout the building.
San Diego Mayor Bob Filner wants the city to join forces with its southern neighbor Tijuana in a bid to host the 2024 Summer Olympics.
A San Diego arts producer has launched a series that showcases the popular culture embedded deep in the U.S./Mexico border region.
Minoz is a Mexico City graffiti artist whose work focuses on realism. He recently visited Ciudad Juarez and drew an amazing mural of a floating infant.
A man has created what might be the world’s largest valentine — using a drone.
How one man's ensuring a musical tradition lives on in future generations.
While different interest groups debate new copper mining projects on Arizona public land, two artists explore our relationship to copper. A new exhibition examines copper as a limited resource, and our reliance on it.
Navajo singer Radmilla Cody has been nominated for her first Grammy. She will likely turn heads at the ceremony Sunday in Los Angeles in her traditional Navajo dress and moccasins. But the former Miss Navajo has never been afraid to stand out in a crowd.