“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.
When we saw Erich Briehl selling bags of charcoal, we figured he was on to something, so we sat down for an interview.
Those three kayakers from Montreal, intent on paddling a coastal route all the way from Quebec to Yucatán, are still on track.
The colors and flavors of Santa Lucia got a little creamier when Pola Gelato Shop’s four owners opened their doors recently. A Q&A was in order…
Mérida expat Kimmy Suki, has a gift for rallying the community to help people in need. We talked to this long-time expat to find out what makes her tick.
A place of tranquility grounded proven, ancient principles, has come to Mérida. We asked proprietor Lorena Scafidi how she created such a welcoming environment.
Many readers first encounter Yucatán on the pages of fashion magazines. We speak to Dominique Duneton Berthou, who is responsible for many of those photos.
A creative group saw potential in an old casona in Santa Lucia and ran with it. We spoke to Indira Londoño, director of the fledgling gallery that emerged.
He’s a photographer, she’s a writer. For Rizzoli books, they have chronicled the best of the world’s architecture and interiors. Now, it’s Mérida’s turn.