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  • proper n. A city in southern California near the border with Mexico


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From California + Mexico


  • DAVID ALVAREZ, CALEXICO SCHOOL, SUPERINTENDENT: We have individuals that work for our school district that goes there periodically and if a student is wearing our school colors, and our school uniforms, if it looks like a student that goes to our school, we follow that student, take pictures and go to that school and verify that student does live here in Calexico.

    CNN Transcript Oct 20, 2007

  • Bosch noticed that the name Calexico truly represented Moore's mixed heritage.

    The Black Ice

  • After returning to San Diego, he held various diocesan positions and from 1991 to 1995 served as pastor at a parish in Calexico.

    Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:

  • But then he brings on this band from Arizona called Calexico, and you wind up with these crazy cross-pollinations.

    Newport Folk: An Old Festival Still Finds New Sounds

  • One advantage I see for retirees is that Medicare is right across the border, as Mary Ann says, in Calexico.

    Retiring on a small budget

  • The first was called Calexico and Mexicali: Seventy-five Years on the Border and as he scanned the words and photos on the pages, Bosch picked up a brief history of the two towns and the men who built them.

    The Black Ice

  • Wine did with Calexico, which is awesome, or any of the EPs, or even the live album released yesterday, which prompted this post.

    TakePart Social Action Network™

  • "Dead Vine Blues" features sparkling, John Fahey-like, acoustic guitar picking against a gentle, cavernous roar (recalling Calexico at its most Sergio Leone-like).

    Broward-Palm Beach New Times | Complete Issue

  • To call Calexico "laid-back" might be an understatement.

    NPR Topics: News

  • It's safe to call Calexico an international collective; there are Burns and Convertino and four other core members, but a constellation of other musicians both high profile and obscure, all there to stir the pot and pepper the ragout.

    Glide Magazine - Music :: Culture :: Life


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