The Dominican origin of the guayabera — popularized by acclaimed Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez — is being asserted in a photo exhibition on the island.
For the third consecutive year, Hacienda Chenkú will host the most important craft beer show in the southeast.
A look at tourism from the standpoint of culture, art and aesthetics will guide a colloquium organized by the Higher School of Arts of Yucatán at La Plancha.
Random checks will instruct drivers to take a selfie before meeting their next customer.
The Valladolid Airport Freight Center’s final construction stage is on track for a June inauguration.
Darwin “Bombardero” Berrón and William “Terrible” Puch will face off in a program called “The New Generation.”
The Caribbean Casino, which popped up near the cruise ship dock while displacing an handicrafts market, announced its re-opening Tuesday, implying on social media that electrical problems caused its shutdown.
A noise crackdown on bars and club Quinta Avenida, or Fifth Avenue, has revealed tensions between nightclubs and the hotels who house many of their patrons.
Almost 300 men, women and children have broken the record for the largest crowd of Frida Kahlo lookalikes.
Yucatán continues to enjoy its status as the state with Mexico’s lowest crime numbers, according to the green, yellow and red lights of the Semáforo Delictivo.