OSY Conductor Juan Carlos Lomónaco welcomes Yucatán Expat Life readers with a video message in anticipation of the opening of the new season on Friday.
Seven musicians will perform for the first time with the Yucatán Symphony Orchestra (OSY) for its 26th season, which premieres on Friday, Sept. 9.
Grammy-winning ranchera singer Pepe Aguilar will join the public in celebrating Mexico’s Independence Day on the Plaza Grande this year.
Mérida’s cultural director Irving Berlín is reportedly out of a job after posting an insensitive comment about the late superstar Juan Gabriel.
The Cathedral of Mérida will be overhauled. Aside from roof repairs and new lighting, its magnificent crucifix at the altar will be carefully cleaned.
A mysterious drop of possible blood appeared suddenly on a communion wafer during mass on Sunday, says a priest at a church in Mérida. Is it a miracle?
This fun-loving family visited the Cuzamá Cenotes, about one hour outside Mérida. They traveled on a train track in a cart pulled by a horse to Chelentún, Chacsinicché and Bolonchoojol, the underground cenotes of Cuzamá.
Restoration work on the Monumento a la Patria could start as early as October if INAH approves a plan of action in time.
A professor from the U.S. told fellow Mayanists in Izamal that that fears of terrorism in today’s world connect with what ancient civilizations encountered years ago.
The HIV crisis in Yucatán drove Roger Pech Sansores to create “Ergo Sum,” a monologue dance that will be performed at Casa de las Torres.