Arts & Culture
Inspired by his hero Jon Stewart, Chumel Torres is making up for lost time with his satirical YouTube channel Pulse of the Republic.
The producers of the new Bond movie have denied they gave Mexico’s government a licence to kill parts of their script.
Carlos Castro y Vázquez’s exhibit “Personajes de la Revolución” is opening at the Angela Peralta Theater Gallery.
Two Mexican artists, Gabriel Macotela and Gustavo Monroy speak about the way they interpret their world, a world that is now in turmoil in Mexico.
Approximately 2,500 people will participate in the first time event including 12 international chefs.
A total of 31 floats took part in the parade this year showcasing the Carnaval Queens and Kings, artists and television personalities, ambassadors from Mexican cities and invited countries.
International writers’ conference in Puerto Vallarta set for March 6-8.
The Phoenix will light up the sky using 15,224 watts of electricity.
This past weekend with pomp and ceremony, dance performances, costumes and haute couture gowns, the Queens and King of Carnaval 2015 were announced.
Murder mystery fans now have a place to put their deductive reasoning to work in Mazatlán.
Attracting locals and tourist alike in Mexico City is a giant wishing wall where people can leave their hopes and dreams for the future.
The Mazatlán Messenger sat down to talk with Country and Western singer “The Brenster” on November 28th about his life in Mazatlán and the shows he has planned for this year. Be sure to watch it!
Artwalk is a visual feast, a roving street party from studio to gallery within a 10 block area of Mazatlán’s Old Town with its colorful ‘tropical neo-classical’ architecture.
Hundreds of men and women dressed as “The Skeleton Lady”-a famous image by late Mexican printmaker Jose Posada.
Mexican archaeologists have said a powder-glittered tunnel filled with ritual objects could lead to royal tombs in the ancient city of Teotihuacan.