Why are people celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day instead of Columbus Day?

Indigenous Peoples’ Day is a holiday that celebrates the Indigenous peoples of America and commemorates.

Voodoo Music Festival: A Magical Experience In New Orleans

Experience what magic is conjured up when you watch over 65 acts, feast on incredible.

The Guggenheim opens Tulum’s astounding IK LAB

The Guggenheim name continues its association with genre-defying art spaces, as descendant opens Tulum’s astounding.

Sacred art stolen from Yucatecan churches

“The theft of sacred art in the country is not so frequent, but it occurs.

Volkswagen to end production of Mexico’s favorite car

Say your last goodbye to Slug Bug. Volkswagen will no longer be making its famous Beetle cars,.

The film “El Grito” documents one of the most important episodes of Mexico’s modern history: October 2 1968

The Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) undertook the task of restoring the documentary “El grito”.

Oaxacan muralist recognized in European art scene

The image of a little girl dressed in the traditional garments of the Triqui people.

Two women will be honored with the Yucatan Medal

For their contributions to the plastic arts and social development, Gerda Gruber Jez and María.

Festival de las Ánimas positions Mérida in the eyes of the world

“The Festival de las Ánimas (Festival of the Souls) 2018, which will be held from.

Day of the Dead Parade Mexico City, three years stunning the world

For the third year in a row, a Day of the Dead Parade will be.


Large number of companies in Mexico have become LGBT-inclusive

The economy of the future is built with diverse talents and people, thus the inclusion of the lesbian, gay, bisexual,…

Mexico’s industrial activity grows 1 pct in September

MEXICO CITY, Nov. 9 (Xinhua) -- Industrial activity in Mexico grew 1 percent in September compared to August, its largest…

NFL cancels Mexico City Chiefs-Rams game

The NFL has decided to move Monday night's showdown between the 9-1 Chiefs and Rams from Mexico City to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum…

Through Facebook and WhatsApp, Mexican citizens from Tijuana have sparked hate against Central Americans

Through social networks such as WhatsApp and Facebook, some citizens of Tijuana have sparked hate against migrants arriving in the…

AMLO’s security plan: Will it really bring the murder rate down?

On November 14th Mr López Obrador, who will become president at the beginning of next month, announced his plans to…