As more quiet, residential streets become mixed with late-night clubs, blaring music into the night, city officials have agreed to meet with Centro residents about quality-of-life issues.
The FILUX International Festival of Lights begins conspicuously with a “Lunar Garden” on the Plaza Grande.
Every day and a half, someone dies on the road in Yucatán. Most of them involve motorcycles, in a culture that resists helmets.
The sun cooperated with th feathered serpent, which slithered down the temple at Chichén Itzá before 12,000 tourists.
“Moonlight” director Barry Jenkins was spotted at Hennessy’s last night, after telling an Oscars red carpet reporter that he was heading to Yucatán.
A locally produced series called “Real Expats of the Yucatán” follows the adventures of six women in Chelem and Chuburna.
A listener on “Wait, Wait Don’t Tell Me!” didn’t fall for a story that made elderly expats in Mexico out to be an international shakedown gang, but she still lost out on the grand prize.
When the state re-routed rail lines out of the Centro and over to Umán, proponents of a Central Park at La Plancha had reason to cheer.
By the end of the year, much of the train traffic running through the city will be but a memory.
About 20,000 visitors are expected this year for the spring equinox at two famous Mayan archaeological sites.