Fresh after wrapping up a conference that attracted heavy hitters such as Google, American Airlines and Marriott, an LGBT trade expo is coming to Mérida.
Robert Holtby and Emile Romain let their strong preference for clean, crisp design follow them from Vancouver to Mérida.
We met Sylvia Sanchéz at a cocktail party and were immediately taken with her. Eventually, we asked her a few questions.
When we saw Erich Briehl selling bags of charcoal, we figured he was on to something, so we sat down for an interview.
The owners of the grand Villa Verde Mérida had their hands full already. Then came hosting duties for the White City Ball, and at the same time, the imminent launch of a second business.
Business & Tourism
News for anyone who’s had to wait for a package to be trucked down from north of the border. A “trusted trader” agreement has finally been signed.
Oktoberfest is associated with Germany, festive music, beer and sausages, none of which presents an obstacle to a successful celebration in Mérida.
Life & Culture
Construction workers clearing land for a housing development east of Mérida’s ring road have found 56 Maya burial urns, and INAH is guarding the site.
The International Maya Culture Festival (FICMaya), a cultural collaboration with the federal government that celebrates the Maya world, begins tomorrow.