Arts & Culture
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.
Cruzvillegas explains how his practice of autoconstrucción evolved from the elements of life which give the city a new shape every day.
Mitsubishi’s international campaign to promote its air conditioning system using the theater as an example begins in January and February, 2016.
During the artisan festival, several activities are planned including performances of the deer dance and fire dance, regional dances and ulama games.
The judges evaluated the traditional Día de Muertos altar elements of decoration, personification of the person honoured and the presence of earth, water and wind.
This year, the pre-Hispanic culture will be the topic that will flood the depths and main spaces of the Angela Peralta Theater.
The world’s first Indigenous Games kick off in Brazil this week.
The Secretary of Tourism office has already invested six million pesos in upgrading the Malecón this year.
Ana Teresa Fernandez paints the border wall sky blue to represent a fence that erases the border.
It has been two years since the monument has seen any significant restorative work.
Mexican artist el Wachavato discusses his recent artistic expressions, the differences between graffiti and street art, and the cooptation of street art by “sponsors.”
Orozco talks about her ability to associate reality with humor and transform tragedy and human pain into something funny.
This list will mainly feature legends from mexico as well as some from more Latin America.
Long before someone coined the term “Tex-Mex” Americans have been flavoring their food with chilies found in México.