Arts & Culture
A new exhibit in Mexico City tells a story from Mexico’s drug war.
The Latin American film industry is growing with some of its brightest stars winning major movie awards around the world, including two Oscar-winning film directors from Mexico.
The first musical performances at the Bandódromo in Olas Altas last night were a success with Mazatlecos and tourists enjoying the free music.
Mexico shows its Irish pride in a different way.
Filmmaker Matthew Heineman’s Oscar-nominated film gives a chilling depiction of how the U.S.’s growing demand for illegal drugs helps fuel Mexico’s drug war.
A listen to the soulful song “Mazatlan” by artist/songwriter Dick Damron.
Two Young Mazatlán film makers were invited to enter the Guadalajara Film Festival, considered the most important film festival in Mexico.
Admirers of El Chapo — and some ambitious entrepreneurs — have found ways to celebrate the drug lord in the form of songs, T-shirts, and tacos.
The Mexican Avocado Industry paid six million to have their commercial aired at this years SuperBowl.
A look at Mexico’s traditional Son Jarocho music.
Raúl Rico, director of the Institute of Culture, made the announcement yesterday, setting out the schedule of performances.
Children and adults stood in long lines to buy tickets at Mazatlán theaters showing the movie.
All together Now, with a little help from your friends, you can break a Guinness record you never even heard of.
A look at the film Kingdom of Shadows which considers the human face of the war on drugs through three individual stories.
Mazatlán’s 2016 Carnaval, the biggest party of the year, will be take place February 4-9.