Noche Blanca at La Cupula features the work of Pablo Tut

This Friday, May 17 – At 8 pm on the Eve of the “Noche Blanca”.

La Noche Blanca is back in town! (Mérida May 17th and 18th)

La Noche Blanca is back in Mérida, and once again it features a wide array.

Lila Downs sings to immigrants in her latest album “Al Chile”

“People feel uncomfortable when it comes to talking about immigration”, says Lila Downs, and she.

Mexican muralists censored in France

The Mexican art collective Tlacolulokos, the special guests of the ElDorado festival in the French.

“Relleno Negro” Cine Janal`s third short film on the beautiful gastronomy of Yucatan

This is not the first time we are proud to announce and write about “Cine.

Yucatecan cinematographer presents new film project on education and nutrition

Yucatecan cinematographer Mario Morales Rubí, who was once awarded by NASA with an honorable mention.

Yucatecan Culture: a state asset that needs to be institutionalized

To strengthen the cultural offer of the 37 “Casas de Cultura” (Houses of Culture) across.

Yucatán shares the best of its culture and traditions during the Cervantino Festival

Mérida, Yucatán on October 22, 2018. During the last week of October in Yucatan, culture.

‘Revolution Passage’ adjacent to Merida Cathedral decorated with 45,000 LED lights

The mayor stressed that it is the first time that a show of this kind.

Merida Airport concert celebrates start of Christmas season

The air terminal surprised dozens of travelers with Christmas music, executed by the Merida Chamber.

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Finally, the U.S. lifts tariffs on Canadian, Mexican metals

WASHINGTON/OTTAWA (Reuters) - The United States struck deals on Friday to lift tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Canada…

Puerto Vallarta is recognized as the world’s second most important beach destination for the LGBT community

Puerto Vallarta is internationally recognized as the second most important beach destination for the gay community, after Tel Aviv, Israel,…

AMLO pardons defaulting CFE debtors in his homestate of Tabasco

Mexico’s Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) will write off a MXN$11 billion debt-load carried by 520 thousand citizens from the state…

U.S Treasury works with government of Mexico against perpetrators of corruption

On Friday May 17th,  the United States imposed sanctions on 11 Mexicans, including a judge and a former governor, over…

Domestic workers’ labor rights have been officially expanded in Mexico

Mexico's Congress voted to grant the country's cleaners, cooks, gardeners, caretakers and other domestic workers basic labor rights like limited…