The Dominican origin of the guayabera — popularized by acclaimed Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez — is being asserted in a photo exhibition on the island.
How does society protect local culture while welcoming more tourists? Around 130 researchers and academics from Mexico and the Caribbean are comparing notes on that quandary.
After month of careful preparation and planning, Fundacíon BAI raised 300,000 pesos in one elegant evening of food and wine.
A presentation by soloists Iliana Stefanova on violin, Veselin Dechev on cello and Irina Decheva on piano, is a highlight of the Symphony Orchestra of Yucatán’s sixth program of Season 29.
Alex Henry’s menu is a love song to Mérida, where he was born, but left when he was still a child.
For Fundación BAI, in its 11th year a key social player in the city, a lot rides on its annual Taste of Mérida fundraiser.
Of all the “Inspiring Women” that Mattel paid tribute to on Tuesday, it’s the Frida Kahlo Barbie that may be the most problematic.
In time for International Women’s Day this Thursday, the Palacio Cantón Museum will inaugurate an sweeping exhibit, explaining eight centuries of progress, told from a female perspective.
Previous notions of the African population’s role in Yucatán are being upended by new research.
In what remains of the administration of Interim Mayor María Dolores Fritz Sierra, Noche Blanca won’t be on the agenda.