Posts Tagged ‘Mexico’

Global Sports Architecture, Design Firm Populous Opens New Dallas Office

Posted by Blair Welch

Populous, the Kansas City-based sports architecture and design firm with many of the world’s top facilities bearing its mark, has opened a new office in Dallas.

It’s the fifth office expansion in the past three years for Populous, which touts

Mexican Pasta Maker Goes High-Tech at Cleburne Facility

Posted by Lance Murray

Pasta comes in many forms — circles, twists, stars, tubes, and even boringly straight — but no matter the pasta’s shape, the new La Moderna plant and U.S. headquarters in Cleburne is a modern, high-tech center for manufacturing plenty of

New Showroom Brings Pieces of Latin America to Bishop Arts

Posted by D'Anzia Robertson

The Bishop Arts District is gaining pieces of Latin America in a new arts showroom. 

Officially opening Friday, Mercado Artesanal will include galleries featuring original art, jewelry, textiles, and gifts made by Latin American artisans.

“Mercado Artesanal is a

Toyota, Mazda to Build $1.6B U.S. Factory, Partner on Technology

Posted by Lance Murray

Toyota Motor Corp. and Mazda Motor Corp. announced they will spend $1.6 billion to jointly build a manufacturing plant in the U.S. that will be adaptable to the needs of the future.

Toyota Motor North America is based in a

KidZania to Open “Mini-City” Theme Park at Stonebriar

Posted by Julia Falcon

The Mexico-based KidZania chain is planning to open its first U.S. location next year in a custom-built 80,000-square-foot location just outside Stonebriar Centre in Frisco.

KidZania is an experiential indoor theme park set up to resemble a mini-city where kids …

The Citizenry Brings World Travel to Your Home

Posted by Heather Noel


A knock on the door used to signal a potential sale for one Zapotec artisan cooperative.

Without a coveted spot in the marketplace, the women weavers living outside Oaxaca, Mexico had …