Monthly Archives: April 2019
Two years ago, I would not have considered plastic for a high-end home. What changed?
Mexico's first AIDS diagnosis was 36 years ago in Yucatan.
The train shed between Parque La Plancha and the old train station, before renovations began. Photo: Courtesy To...
'Mercados' explores all of Mexico and shares vivid images, enticing recipes
The baseball league that plays at La Plancha is protesting plans to have their diamond replaced with a museum.
Photo: Leones Merida, Yucatan — Jesus Arredondo hit a two-run triple in the fifth inning, and Mauricio Lara...
After adding boho chic flair across the Yucatan, fashion model Nicolas Malleville and designer Francesca Bonato have left the Peninsula for Bora Bora.
Juana Alicia's huge mural at the art school was covered up a few years after it was revealed. Photo: Courtesy
Photo: Yucatan Leones Merida, Yucatan — Herlis Rodriguez homered and had two hits, driving in two as the...
Pope Francis donated $500,000 to aid Central American migrants in Mexico.
A video of a street dog gored by a bull in a lasso tournament in Yucatan has caused outrage on social media.
Years of work appears to be paying off at several beach sites, but most hatchlings face long odds.
A fire and an explosion caused two separate blackouts in Merida on Friday.
Houston is losing tourism dollars from Mexico, despite being linked to several cities with direct flights. Photo: Chron.com
When police pull over drivers to collect bribes, the effect is chilling.
Children enjoy a day at the Na’atik Institute in Quintana Roo. Photo: Courtesy Felipe Carrillo Puerto, Q. Roo...
Mexico's Seguro Popular health system will be replaced with a federal system. Photo: Courtesy Seguro Popular, Mexico's public...
Progreso's Special Economic Zone has been canceled by the federal government. Photo: Courtesy Yucatan's business community lamented the...
Two motorcycle cops, who were apparently stopping motorists between Hunucma and Sisal, have been fired and charged with extortion.
Imagine if Merida's explosive growth since the 1980s was visible in a time-lapse video. The techs at Google has made it...
Not maintaining home drinking water storage systems, whether cisterns or water tanks, is a health risk.
Text written during a period of instability gives an eyewitness account of Maya warfare.
Vendors who make their living selling papers to commuters backed up on Avenida García Lavín got a very upsetting news flash this morning.
Yucatan still remains one of the states in Mexico with the lowest incidence of influenza cases.