I am currently in Nahualá in the western highlands of Mayan Guatemala filming a documentary on the region, Unrecorded Spirits: Life in Mayan Guatemala. Nahualá is a 100-percent indigenous Mayan K'iché municipality, with a population of approximately

2012 provides a wealth of apocalyptic fears and calamitous end-of-day scenarios, starting with the Mayan calendar's ever-popular end-of-the-world doomsday.

Some believe the world is coming to an end Friday — on 12/21/12 — which is when an important phase on the ancient calendar of the Mayan people terminates. Mayans don't buy it. At least the ones living in the city of Merida, Mexico, don't. Neither

I am currently in Nahualá in the western highlands of Mayan Guatemala filming a documentary on the region, Unrecorded Spirits: Life in Mayan Guatemala. Nahualá is a 100-percent indigenous Mayan K'iché municipality, with a population of approximately

If the Mayans were right, this may be the last episode of TUAW TV Live — ever. That's a good enough reason to watch the show today, right? Well, that.