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Controversy over new Reforma sculpture: The head of an Olmec woman...

The new sculpture will be named Tlali, which means Earth in Nahuatl, and it will be created by sculptor Pedro Reyes. 

New idea could see Mexico City bars ‘card’ patrons for proof...

The measure which was first floated by bar owners is now receiving support from Mexico City’s head of government, Claudia Sheinbaum.

A weekend in Mexico City: Eat, drink and see sites

A weekend is all it takes for visitors to devour great food, see amazing art and architecture — and make their Instagram accounts a lot more interesting.

Screenings planned for ‘Roma,’ N.Y. Critics Circle’s ‘best film’

Alfonso Cuaron's memory-drenched drama "Roma" dominated the New York Film Critics Circle Awards on Thursday, winning best film, best director and best cinematography.

Oldest house in all Mexico restored by experts

MEXICO CITY — A plain, nondescript structure sat hidden in plain sight for hundreds of years behind street vendors and pedestrians. Now, experts have...

INAH uncovers graves dating back 2,700 years

Archaeologists in Mexico City have discovered 26 graves dating back 2,700 years.

World Cup fans cause a quake in Mexico City

Hirving Lozano scoring the lone goal in Mexico's 1-0 victory over reigning World Cup champion Germany appears to have led to an artificial earthquake in Mexico City.

Lack of financial support endangers future of Ballet Independiente

The Ballet Independiente could close after 51 years due to financial problems.