Join your neighbors for lechon, turkey, vegetarian mac’n’cheese.
Dinner, dancing and door prizes at a festive party that leaves hundreds of local kids with toys for Christmas.
Turkey production has gone into overdrive for the holidays, keeping prices low for local consumers.
A canopy of tiny lights has brought a soft, golden glow to the famous passageway across from the Plaza Grande.
Locals are increasingly favoring real Christmas trees over the artificial variety, Sipse reports.
It could be beginning to look a lot like Christmas at La Plancha before the end of the year.
The city has unpacked and touched up its cache of wintry pines, snowmen, Santa Claus figures, sleds and nativity scenes. You know what that means.
Say adios to 1,500 poinsettias and say hola to 2,000 oleander, rushfoil, cordylines and crown of thorns as the city heads toward the post-Christmas season.
Over 18 billion pesos were pumped into the local economy at the end of the year, up slightly more than 10 percent from 2014, doubling economists’ forecasts.
After provisions were dropped off at the home for elderly residents, Yucatán Giving’s Kimmy Suki and her crew headed to the Caimede DIF orphanage to deliver 265 gifts.