Almost 50 years ago, Mexico City celebrated its Olympic games. A group of citizens decided to recover an important part of its cultural legacy: a forgotten sculpture trail from prominent world artists, like Alexander Calder.
Building a new Latino Cultural Center in Phoenix will cost more than what the city has set aside, according to a recently released feasibility study.
One of Chile’s most celebrated authors has come to the Valley for a week-long literary residency.
Not everyone will be watching the eclipse Aug. 21. The Navajo and many other American Indian tribes see the phenomenon as a bad omen.
The Pioneer Cemetery is the final resting place for 400 explorers, scientists and Native Americans who made the Grand Canyon what it is today. And after almost a century, it’s at capacity. No more new plots. Some people aren’t too happy about that.
Archaeologists have unearthed some hidden treasures in downtown Mexico City from the Aztec era and from the period when the United States invaded Mexico.
A month ago, the murder of a respected editor and reporter brought attention to the killings of journalists in Mexico. And while some organizations call for justice, the Mexican government is offering a reward.
A Navajo heavy metal band is releasing its first album May 27. They call themselves “I Dont Konform.” And unless you live on the reservation you probably haven’t heard of them. But they recently got the attention of one of the most sought-after producers in the world.
The former Mexican leader addresses the tensions between Mexico and the U.S, and recommends Donald Trump to visit Arizona.
For the past several days, we’ve gone to sacred places throughout Indian Country — from the Tohono O’Odham Nation to Bears Ears Monument to the San Carlos Apache Reservation to the Grand Canyon — as part of the Earth+Bone series. Laurel Morales has been our tour guide on that journey, and she talked about the impetus of the series from KJZZ's Fronteras Desk in Flagstaff.