When an approximation of the Tenango de Doria artisans’ iconography appeared on a line of mass-market tennis shoes, not everyone thought they were so cute.
A selection of films with Jewish themes or settings will be screened at the Gran Museo del Mundo Maya as part of the XV International Festival of Jewish Cinema in Mexico.
The ballet star received the highest award in the world of dance, the Benois de la Danse prize at the Bolshoi Theater.
The city’s upcoming cultural program “Cerca de Ti” (“Near You”) will bring free, live entertainment in the Centro and in spots to its east, west, north and south.
Born in Chiapas, but “Yucateco by adoption,” the bakery owner’s kind gesture has continued for four years.
For the penultimate 2017-18 program — and the final symphonic concert — musicians at the Peón Contreras are tackling their most ambitious work of the season.
For seven years, well-known trova singer Tony Espinosa serenaded audiences in Santa Lucia, but now has a larger, more comfortable spot in Col. Alemán.
A late Yucatecan composer’s whimsical, but beautiful, score is finally getting its U.S. debut 69 years after it was written.
“As the picture progresses, it asks you what color to add, what else to do, until you lose control. The work flows by itself,” the Mérida artist says.
Filling the void created when Cairo Cinema Café shut down in January, the Alma Calma restaurant is carving out a cinema space.