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As part of a special summer special edition, Nutella is launching eight collectible jars highlighting the way their product is used across Mexico.
Brought to Mexico by Lebanese immigrants in the 19th century, the noble kibbeh fast became one of Yucatán’s favorite snacks.
Contrary to what many people think, Americans are not appropriating a Mexican celebration on May 5.
Cemeteries in Yucatán are known for color and tradition as much as they are about death.
A call to action from congress comes after a teenage vaquero lost his life during a tournament earlier this week in Kanasín.
For just shy of 80 years, the Panaderia Santa Teresita has been baking up a storm in Mérida’s García Ginerés neighborhood.
The new South Korean docuseries being filmed in Yucatán has finished rolling after almost two weeks of intense shoots.
Feeling encouraged by falling hospitalization rates and deaths from COVID-19, many communities in Yucatán are preparing for Easter festivities and events under the “new normal.”
Though more vulnerable to drought, traditional varieties of maize such as the Nuuk Nal, which has a reddish color, tend to be larger and more nutritious than their genetically modified counterparts, according to Díaz.
El Monumento a la Patria is without a doubt one of Mérida's most recognizable landmarks. Even visitors passing through the city for only a day, or even a few hours, likely stop by and visit this iconic monument.
Mondays in Yucatán are all about frijol con puerco. This traditional pork, rice, and beans dish is much beloved by people across the state, but you are unlikely to find it on the menu of any restaurant..
For decades Vicente Fernandez has been recognized as the most popular vocal artist in Mexico, and indeed all of Latin America
The celebration is a Mexican tradition that takes place after Christmas to mark Three King’s Day, also called the Epiphany, which celebrates the biblical appearance of the wise men in Bethlehem.
Last Friday, on Christmas Eve, the small town of Dzitnup was the stage for one of Yucatán's most unique holiday celebrations, the dance of "Abraham and Isaac".
The sudden appearance of a giant hammock in downtown Mérida is drawing eyes.
This weekend the small, rural community of Tzucmuc in the municipality of Chankom opened its very own community library.
Reenactments of the Mayan Pok Ta Pok ceremony returned Wednesday to Mérida’s Plaza Grande.
Everywhere you went you could not but overhear the conversations of spectators, all making the same observation: that it was so great to see so much color and life on Mérida’s streets again.
A Cempasúchil garden in the small town of Tetiz will open to visitors for eight days starting Nov. 30.
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