Noche Blanca this Saturday has two particularly big acts, but they won’t overshadow all the 40-odd other free events scattered throughout the city.
The historic center’s sprawling celebration of art and culture returns Saturday, June 10.
Will a love ballad called “Mi Canto a Mérida,” or “My Song to Mérida,” catch on?
Poets from Mexico and the United States have gathered in Mexico for the last six years, most recently in Oaxaca. In 2018, it’s Mérida’s turn.
The FILUX International Festival of Lights begins conspicuously with a “Lunar Garden” on the Plaza Grande.
After 16 years, builders have been ordered to finally finish work at the Museo del Mestizaje and hand over the keys.
The public is invited to see firsthand why community leaders are excited about the prospect of a 60-acre Central Park in the Centro.
For the first time, the FILEY book fair will feature a bilingual panel of three English-language writers from Mérida’s expat community.
Under the tropical sky of the Mérida English Library garden, a well-loved play was performed off-off-off-very-off Broadway. But “Love Letters” transformed the Mérida stage, into another world.
A group of watercolor painters will be painting together around Mérida for the next five days, and sell their works on Saturday.