Mexico’s 46th edition of Cervantino International Festival will see India participating as a guest of honor, with an elaborate program of performing arts.
The Thermomix, a do-it-all kitchen appliance that for years has been hugely popular abroad, is now for sale in Yucatán.
As promised, INAH has put the Mayan Codex on view at the museum of history and archaeology in Mexico City.
The Festival de las Ánimas (Festival of Souls) 2018, which will be held from Oct. 24 to 31, celebrates Yucatán’s unique take on the Day of the Dead.
European techniques have combined with Mayan traditions to produce one of the best chocolates in the world.
Ana Carolina Levya Peralta has come along way in the six years since she started the trendy El Mercadito Bazar. This week, her new enterprise, Lagalá 56:426, is camera-ready, and ready for the public.
A priceless artifact, barely in public view, sits almost lost between overhangs and cables, embedded in the north wall of Santiago church.
The first-ever Mérida Foto Fest, organized by the visual artist Luis Alonso Anaya, will invite photographers to reveal the best images their lenses can capture in Yucatán.
The 10th edition of Noche Blanca, a sweeping citywide cultural festival, will be Saturday, Dec. 8, the city administration announced.
At 89, writer Grant Spradling has the meaning of life figured out. The former pastor, bartender, Broadway singer, vagabond, and child of the Oklahoma Dust Bowl years says, “The purpose of life is to live.”