Arts & Culture
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.
Thousands of film lovers have descended on the Mexican city of Morelia for its international film festival.
There are few rules and no set race course in the dangerous bike races invented by bike messengers.
Local print making artists invite the public to visit their open air steamroller print project.
Guelaguetza is one of the most festive times of year for Mexico’s indigenous.
Mazatlán’s Cultural Institute and municipal government have lined up an impressive array of free performances in the Plazuela República in front of city hall.
Rodrigo Sanchez of the Mexican duo ‘Rodrigo y Gabriela’ talks about how he writes their unique, genre-defying music.
In Mexico a new hotel sector has emerged, transforming the country’s lucrative but stigmatized sex hotel market.
In the city of Tlacotalpan you can found the museum of Agustín Lara: the famous mexican singer and songwriter.
The project is an offshoot of the recognition of Mexican food internationally, in particular diverse dishes from specific States.
Six artists are putting their creativity towards sculptures made from salt on the Malecón in Olas Altas.
By age 14, Michelito Lagravere officially turned into the youngest bullfighter ever.