The Mexican newspaper Milenio just ran a full-page spread of photos taken in our lab (at the Colegio Mexiquense). For a pdf of the article, click here.
These photos show Brad with his obsidian, Angela checking Janeth's classification of sherds, Julie recording ceramic attributes, the someone's hand with a spindle whorl (probably Angela's).
Milenio ran a story on Calixtlahuaca last year, by Ernesto de la Cueva, and it is probably the best journalistic account of my research I have yet encountered. It was called "Calixtlahuaca: La Nostalgia del Poder." The title relates the the observation that 600 years ago Calixtlahuaca was a large powerful capital city and Tollocan (Toluca) was a small village subject to the capital, whereas today the situation is the exact reverse.