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Todos Santos sits in the mountains of northwestern Guatemala.

A community radio station is part of the change that's taken place in the remote town of Todos Santos in northwestern Guatemala. But the station is harnessing outside influences for a different purpose – to strengthen Todos Santos' own Mayan culture. Read more»

Was it just another solstice marking the beginning of winter? Or the dawn of a new era, as predicted by Mayan priests?(slideshow) Read more»

A Mayan calendar at the Field Museum, Chicago.

Earth has a new reason to celebrate. It's looking like we will make it past Dec. 21, 2012. Researchers have unearthed the oldest-known version of the ancient Maya calendar in the Guatemalan rainforest. Read more»

Remember those Mayan heiroglyphics that were supposed to forecast the apocalypse for next year? Turns out somebody got the translation wrong. Oops. Read more» 3