Monthly Archives: February 2020
A Merida pizza parlor's contest has revealed the Yucatecan with the oddest name around.
Contractors have officially been invited to bid for the job of building the Mayan Train line between Campeche and Izamal, including a 15-kilometer branch line that reaches Merida.
James Brown, a Merida artist who rose to fame in New York's 1980s art scene, has died suddenly at age 68.
A parrot stolen in a hotel robbery has been reunited with its owner.
As of August, Pemex plans to stop producing Premium and Ultra Premium gasoline in its refineries.
Residents remove sargassum in Puerto Morelos in May 2019. Photo: Getty The Yucatan Peninsula and other Caribbean coastal...
At a show that opens today at La Cupula, 12 contemporary artists pay tribute to a noted Mexican artist who died in September at age 73.
Charles Portis' final novel was set in Merida. Novelist Charles Portis, best known his bloody Western "True Grit,"...
It's census time in Mexico, and Inegi workers will soon be knocking. Photo: Inegi It's nearly time for...
Planning a new living room? Begin with the sofa.
More than four years after shutting its doors, La68 returns this week.
More than one in 10 university students are from another state or country. Photo: Sipse A trip to...
Offered at US$289,000, Casa Kriek is a fabulous colonial home with beautiful tiles, high ceilings, fully-restored and upgraded rooms throughout and ample rooftop seating above it all.
A home on Calle 47 has been padlocked by state authorities while an ownership dispute is settled. Photo: Google
The number of confirmed cases of dengue in Yucatan grew to 66, a significant increase in the virus spread by the Aedes Aegypti mosquito.
Gorgonian coral Great Mayan Reef in Riviera Maya of Caribbean Mexico. Photo: Getty The condition of the world’s...
Three suspects were arrested early today in connection with Santiago-area hotel theft that included cash and a parrot.
Getty Google Maps announced the launch of “Modo motocicleta” in Mexico, which will offer directions and voice navigation...
The American glam metal band Cinderella in 1987 recorded its Gypsy Road video in Yucatan, capturing several slices of daily life when life was simpler on the Peninsula.
A citizen in Campeche marks her ballot during a referendum on building a Mayan Train last December. Photo: Getty
A Vancouver woman flying home from Mexico said she was asked to wear a face mask because she coughed and is Asian.
LGBT+ activists in Yucatan were denied protection by a judge who said he required they prove they are members of that community.
Merida Mayor Renán Barrera inaugurates a newly paved Calle 47 to the Leandro Valle neighborhood. Photo: Facebook
Progreso, Yucatan — An elevated highway linking the industrial port and the Merida highway has failed to win over...
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