Traffic will yield for Monday’s huge parade celebrating the 107th anniversary of the start of the Mexican Revolution.
More than 800 people got a rare tour of seven stand-out homes in the Centro, all for a good cause.
Two interior designers’ homes, part of this year’s Showcase of Homes tour, exhibit contrasting responses to living in the tropics.
As bars and nightclubs continue to establish businesses side-by-side with Centro homes, the city is now talking in general terms about modifying land use regulations.
An urban art initiative has brightened the walkway between the Cathedral and the Macay museum with 850 opened, upright umbrellas suspended from above.
The Centro’s notoriously difficult sidewalks are getting better and better, block by block.
After a summer break, the second stage of the current downtown facade rescue program heads north toward Parque Santa Ana.
Redecorated and updated from pillar to post, the historic Hotel Mérida has re-opened after being boarded up for nine years.
After 20 years of silence, the clock tower’s bell will ring again at the Municipal Palace.
As if Monday mornings aren’t tough enough, power went out for about a half an hour in the blocks surrounding the main square.