Monterrey may be a highly metropolitan city, but there is still an existing old soul downtown. Known as El Barrio Antiguo, it is what’s left of the historical portion of Monterrey, where colorful buildings are closely packed together…

  In the state of Nuevo León, just two hours south of the Texas border, lies the heart of international business and the largest university system in Mexico. While not immediately recognizable compared with Mexico City, Playa del Carmen…

While the semester may be ending, those staying in Fargo-Moorhead over the holiday season and break will still have plenty to do in theatre, music, art and more. Theatre: ‘I Will Not Go Gently’ Theatre B’s 15th season continues…

PHOTO BY TYREL IRON EYES | THE SPECTRUM On Saturday, Dec. 2, KNDS, NDSU’s college radio station, hosted the KNDS Block Party in the Great Plains Ballroom of the Memorial Union. Featuring local bands Free Truman and Revelsound, Rochester-based…

America’s fascination with the worst of the worst has permeated popular culture in film (“Silence of the Lambs” (1991)), television (CBS’s “Criminal Minds”) and literature (“In Cold Blood” by Truman Capote) since the term “serial killer” was coined in the…

A new nonprofit and an established local icon have partnered for the inaugural North Dakota Human Rights Film Festival. Established in March of this year, The Human Family strives to bring attention to the international issue of human rights….