A student art exhibit at the Merida International Airport met a challenge posed by the Yucatan International Reading Fair.
Serving mushrooms from Nevado de Toluca, grasshoppers from Oaxaca and Recados Yucatecos, Playa del Carmen chef Xavier Pérez Stone won the title Iron Chef.
A group of archeologists in Campeche has unearthed several Maya ruins that are the remains of two cities inhabited between 600 and 900 AD. One had been discovered in the 1970s, only to be lost again.
It’s time to take a fresh look at Merida’s public Sunday programming, according to the chairman of Merida’s Historic Center board, Raymundo Vargas Leon.
Two women have gotten married in Tulum, marking Quintana Roo’s first same-sex wedding.
City and state officials are ready to make the case that Maní, one of the municipalities along the Covent Route, deserves to be declared an official Pueblo Mágico.
Merida, Yucatan — An English theater troupe transformed the city’s Cathedral into a Danish castle on Saturday, bringing “Hamlet” to the Plaza Grande before an audience of about 2,000 people. The Globe theatre sent the production of Hamlet on the first genuine world tour in theater history. Starting on April 23, the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth, the […]
Art, wine, appetizers and cultural exchange will be part of the Merida English Library’s wine tasting7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 14, at the Galeria Merida on Calle 59 between 52 and 54. The event is to raise funds for the library, which celebrates 18 years in the city. To date, MEL has amassed 10,000 English-language books and serves […]
Back in the 1930s, travelers used to fly to Yucatan for something other than retirement. Yucatan was a divorce mill before Reno was.
A news story counts 70,000 Yucatecans in the San Francisco Bay Area, with smaller concentrations in and around Los Angeles and Portland, Ore. Many speak mainly Mayan, and only passable Spanish, according to the Miami Herald, which wrote about reverse immigration and its impact on rural Yucatan.