Arts & Culture
Another successful Day of Music was enjoyed by Mazatlecans on Saturday, June 15th in Centro Historico. Hundreds turned out to enjoy blues, rock ´n roll, and classical music. Here is a sample of the entertainment, photos provided by Cultura and the Mazatlán Hotel.
Between 3,000-6,000 are expected to attend the Saturday night performance of Jamaican reggae group The Wailers.
In the event participants will show their strength by moving heavy tires and buses with the object of finding the strongest man.
Arnat Escalante is the filmmaker behind one of the most controversial movies at Cannes.
The movie is a meeting of cultures in the magical setting of Mazatlán, a Mexican “Romeo and Juliet.”
Paintings by David Robb, a resident of Mazatlán’s Centro Historico, went on display at the OMA Gallery at Mazatlan’s airport this week.
Hosts of the daily “Hoy” program out of Mexico City were delighted with plates of local seafood and the traditional nieve de garrafa.
Devotees pray to the saint at home-made altars and often offer votive candles, fruit and tequila.
The Times’s Ginger Thompson explores the link between two D.E.A. informants: one, a character played by Benicio Del Toro in “Traffic,” the other, a former adviser to Mexico’s drug czar, now living as a fugitive.
ARTINFO’s Matthew Drutt looks for hidden gems at Zona Maco 2013 in Mexico City.
Jamaican reggae band, The Wailers, originally formed in 1963 and lead by Bob Marley, will perform in Mazatlán as part of the Reef Classic Mazatlán surf contest.
National Geographic’s Diego Bunuel Explores Mexico’s capital in the travel show Dont Tell My Mother That Im In Mexico City.
Karen Cabrales announced she would not fulfill her commitments as the reigning queen.
The Mexican government is demanding that Sotheby’s auction house halt the planned sale of 51 pre-Columbian Mexican artifacts
It’s recommended visitors wear white, comfortable clothing and sandals, bring sunblock and do not bring perishable products.