Arts & Culture
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.
As Hollywood moves along with the zeitgeist to make as much money as possible, I wonder if they think about why the movies they make are so popular with a particular generation.
The object of the game is to introduce children to rural life.
Go into the ring for a look at Mexico’s “Lucha Libre” wrestling to find out why it’s so popular.
‘Perfect Obedience’ is a biopic about disgraced priest Marcial Maciel who used drugs, abused boys, and fathered children.
Four stages have been set up in Olas Altas for musical groups ranging from rock, salsa, pop and banda.