The couple from New Jersey has lived in many countries, but feel at home here. They are interested in opening a bed and breakfast in the Centro, and they bought a property to do just that.
We were excited to meet Ed and Chris, two relatively new Centro residents who have opened their doors 8th Showcase of Homes.
The Palomeque family compound is the grand dame of Fundacíon BAI’s Showcase of Homes this year. A talk with the 80-year-old owner, whose father built it.
The increasing impact of novelists, poets and memoirists on the Mérida social scene has made author Grant Spradling happy he reconsidered moving away a decade ago.
The owner of a local SpeeDee auto service center franchise in Col. Mexico talks to us about the challenge of owning a car here. And yes, we found a mechanic who speaks fluent English.
The leader of a progressive new Anglican mission in Mérida nearly went to Morocco instead. But he feels strongly that God led him here. And based on the impact he’s made on lives here in Yucatán, it’s easy to see why. Here is our interview with Fr. José Vieira Arruda of St. Luke’s.
Hundreds of visitors on Wednesday night got a taste of things to come at Mercado 60. The gourmet market and its 18 high-end restaurant stalls opens to the public on Thursday, May 12 — a week from today.
Annie Kelly and Tim Street-Porter’s next book focuses on cutting-edge residential design on the Yucatán Peninsula. Here is an excerpt.
“I guess my whole life I wanted to have a coffee shop,” says Georgina Kemp. And now she has one, at Door 54, on Calle 37.
Cuau Solis dangled a little chair over Calle 55’s sidewalk and Mérida’s creative scene hasn’t been the same since.