Mexico’s Independence Day is Tuesday, Sept. 16, but the occasion is welcomed the night before on the Plaza Grande, with music and fireworks and el grito.
Efforts to discourage sugary drinks in Mexico have had some success, but Coke still means Christmas at Plaza Sendero.
Turkey is a common food every day in Yucatán, but if you want your Thanksgiving trimmings, you do have a few options.
Two 20-meter-tall municipal Christmas trees will be illuminated in ceremonies this weekend.
Not everything is closed on Christmas in Mérida. The zoos are open today. And sanitary workers and city police are out in force, as well.
Easter holidays in Yucatán poured 1.2 billion pesos into the economy, a 20 percent increase over last year, says the business group Kanak Servytur.
Good Mother’s Day sales were reported by the Chamber of Commerce with businesses estimating a combined 1.5 million pesos in retail transactions throughout Yucatán state.
Mexico celebrates its 205th year of independence on Wednesday, Sept. 16, but the occasion is celebrated tonight on the Plaza Grande.
An altar for Hanal Pixan needs sweets and flowers, and vendors are ready.
Updated: Being an expat often means giving up some of your favorite foods, but many restaurants here offer familiar tastes of home each Thanksgiving. Here is our 2015 dining guide.