Every Sunday, Martha Canul Cabrera is at the door of the church of La Mejorada to sell ice cream that was made fresh that morning.
For anyone passing by Isabel Jiménez García offers something sweet. Or salty, or tart.
Two new universities for Yucatán — one in Ticul and the other in Yaxcabá — were pledged Monday, following up on a campaign-trail promise made by president-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
Authorities are investigating the long-term impact of a “toxic cloud” that killed at least 15 million bees, putting at risk next year’s honey harvest.
At the Encuentro Internacional del Mariachi, a Guinness record was set for something other than music.
Meeting with the Board for the Preservation of the Historic Center, mayor-elect Renán Barrera reiterated his proposal to create a dedicated Centro Histórico management office.
In this version of the “Olympics,” the athletes are the maids, cooks, bartenders and bellhops.
After more than 20 years of research, a retired biologist has released a vividly illustrated book devoted to Yucatán’s palm trees.
Pigments developed by early Maya made some of the Americas’ great Baroque paintings possible, and have allowed their colors to endure for centuries.
When Cementos Fortaleza’s new factory in Yucatán is completed next year, cement prices could become more competitive.