Your siesta—balancing gravity in your brain

Letters to the editor Mexico officially outlawed the Siesta on 1st June 1944, by Presidential.

Right of reply (“Maduro’s dark operations in Mexico”) November 4, 2021

The Yucatan Times newspaper received from Mrs. PATRIZIA JOSÉ MUNDARAIN GUZMÁN a request for “right.

Mexicontagion: Coronavirus and Mexico’s Economic Vulnerability – Letter to the Editor

The Coronavirus  (COVID-19) global pandemic has revealed that there are certain human beings more susceptible.

Nude Zapata painting disrespectful

The Yucatan Times received a letter from Mr. James A. Marples a reader from Texas,.

Wisconsin man refuses to give out “mordida” in Mexico

Mr. Matthew Swanson from Oshkosh Wisconsin (according to his Facebook page), had a close encounter of the.

Publication of Summons

  AVISO AL DEMANDADO José A. Uicab II Lo han demandado. Lea la información a.

Letter to the Editor: Stolen-documents case update

On Aug. 14, TYT published an article on the unfortunate case of Nick Lei Guo,.

Vendors shouldn’t be banned from Chichén Itzá

As a frequent visitor from the USA to Yucatan, I am sad to learn that.

Letter to the Editor: Telmex customer complains about extra charges

On June 19, Paula Danylevich, a Riviera Maya resident, sent the following letter to the Yucatan.

Expat midwife responds to accusations

On June 12, 2017, The Yucatan Times posted an article translated from a Spanish-language newspaper Milenio.

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Mexican Army ‘watches over’ Mayan Train critics and relatives of the 43 students: Guacamaya hackers

The Guacamaya is made up of anonymous elements, they claim to be social justice warriors and use hacking to expose…

Calle 47 in Mérida’s Centro to become the new “gastronomic corridor”

What is the history of 47th Street in Mérida's Centro? Controversies and stories surround this street, waiting to become a…

Birth certificates in Yucatán could be in Mayan language

Birth certificates issued in Yucatán could be written in the Maya language if requested by any citizen. Juan Collí Pinto,…

Huevos Motuleños: from Motul to the World

From Motul to your table! Let´s talk about the delicious traditional breakfast eggs from Motul, a little town in Yucatán.…

Spooky Mayan legends: here’s the story of the “La X’tabay”

The ancient Mayan story tells that in a small village lived two beautiful sisters, one known as Xkeban which meant sinful woman…