I spent most of my career covering food, drinks and culture in the San Diego-Tijuana region before moving to Spain in 2012 on a Fulbright fellowship to research my first book. Currently: Mexico City.
Be a responsible tourist in the Catalonian capital.
With booming food, beer, and art scenes (plus a favorable exchange rate), San Diego’s southern neighbor is calling.
Recently named a UNESCO “Creative City of Folk Art,” this Colonial town in southern Mexico boasts an arts scene with a rich heritage and contemporary energy.
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Chow Down and Drink Up in Oaxaca
With world-renowned festivals, a booming food scene, and an influx of hip hotels, Mexico’s “second city” is coming out from under the capital’s shadow.
Go beyond the beach and discover the SoCal city's surprisingly hip side.
See what's new in the Pacific Mexican town.