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Get ready for Mexican independence day by preparing delicious Chiles en Nogada with a little help from our video tutorial.
Distilleries in Yucatán are not allowed to designate their blue agave beverage tequila, but in reality, it is tequila in all but name.
Unlike bars, which are all about alcohol, the quality of a Yucatecan cantina is measured by how generous they are with their botanas.
When entering the town on the road from the nearby town of Muna, you will notice a string of several shops ceiling ceramic crafts, plates, ornaments, and pots.
Funds were collected via 100 peso donations accepted during a video mapping show and theatrical performance held in front of downtown’s Casa de Montejo.
People in Yucatán — and across Mexico for that matter — love pan dulce. You would be hard-pressed to find someone in Yucatán who does not enjoy starting its day off with a nice fresh concha or hojaldra, at least once in a while.
Young Taylor being photographed in Izamal by local photographer Julio Leal Ortiz. Photo: Courtesy A 5-year-old girl from...
A Chinese production team spent a week in Tekax capturing the experience of the Chab family. Photo: Courtesy
On Dec. 28, if your mother tells you she loves you, check it out. The journalist's maxim is especially true today....
The Santuario de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe attracts the faithful on the Day of the Virgin in 2018. Photo: Facebook
The faithful prepare feasts for their patron saint in Dzoncahuich, Yucatan. Photo: EFE / Cuauhtemoc Moreno Hundreds of...
Whether mass-produced or handmade, those colorful rows of perforated paper, or papel picado, represent a Mexican folk-art tradition that has endured since pre-Hispanic times.
The workers place it there themselves, a tradition they have followed for years, believing it brings blessings that protect them.
Organizers of this year's Paseo de las Ánimas estimate about 57,000 people took to the streets, in a highlight of the city's Day of the Dead festivities.
Actors, students and altars come together Saturday at the Plaza Grande.
As the Day of the Dead approaches, cemeteries in Merida come alive.
After four generations, a family of candy-makers has its first store in the Centro Histórico.