We met Sylvia Sanchéz at a cocktail party and were immediately taken with her. Eventually, we asked her a few questions.
Smartphones in hand, several creative people collaborate on a single online art project that depicts Mérida as broodingly beautiful and vaguely unsettling.
One of the Centro’s most striking new casas is part of 2014’s Showcase of Homes. We chatted with the architect who blended hacienda and high-church style.
There are two types of people who envision homeownership in Mexico: the dreamers and the doers. For the doers, here is some advice to run with.
The difference between an occasionally booked home and one that is booked solid is a cohesive theme and solid amenities. Here is some expert guidance from Remixto’s Stanley Kahng.
The upside to letting strangers live in your house: Although they might break things, they also keep the house in motion, and watched after. Remixto’s Stanley Kahng explains why it’s bad for your house to keep it shuttered if you’re there only part time.
The colors and flavors of Santa Lucia got a little creamier when Pola Gelato Shop’s four owners opened their doors recently. A Q&A was in order…
From gourmet food trucks in Parque San Juan to Lila Downs at Plaza Grande, tomorrow is packed with free activities under the heading of “La Noche Blanca.”
After weeks of tensions between authorities and vendors, the street hawkers’ illegal stalls have been cleared in a midnight raid.
Calle 60, from the Government Palace to the Santa Ana Park, should ban vehicular traffic every day at 8 p.m. That’s the latest proposal from a restaurant trade group, Canirac, that has been working with state tourism officials.