Nothing much happened until October 1968, and the Massacre at Tlatelolco.
|Oct 4, 1968|
And then the moon landing, for which DdeQ brought out its finest cartoonist.
|July 21, 1967|
In 1973, a little boy named Pablito Meré was kidnapped - one of the most notorious crimes in QRO history. He was returned unharmed, and is not some sort of local PRI official.
|August 25, 1973|
Mao's death was surprisingly big news.
|September 9, 1976|
This pope needs no introduction:
|October 16, 1978|
|September 20, 1985|
Mexico vs Poland in the first match in Querétaro's new Corregidora Stadium, 1985.
|February 5, 1985|
1989: Rod Stewart teaches Mexico that it's okay to rock n' roll again.
|April 11, 1989|
In 1991, the queretanos angered God, who then took the sun away in the middle of the afternoon.
|July 12, 1991|
Querétaro's most annoying restaurant, Chucho el Roto, opens in 1995, and immediately inflicts live Muzak on everyone in Plaza de Armas.
|November 2, 1995|
One of the many frontpages devoted to the Virgen del Pueblito, the 18-inch tall Barbie doll that keeps Querétaro safe.
|October 18, 1996|
1998: The kidnapper with the self-explanatory nickname "The Ear-Cutter" is captured in Querétaro.
|August 19, 1998|
|January 1, 2000|
In 2000, the least-Goth-looking band of Goths in the history of gothness killed and dismembered a 14-year-old girl here.
|January 22, 2000|
|September 12, 2001|
This dead pope needs no introduction.
And then, 13 months later, Burro Hall was inaugurated, and there was no reason to get your news from any other source.