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Guelaguetza, a party born from an earthquake
The Guelaguetza is the result of Pre-Hispanic, Colonial and contemporary traditions; yet it's a celebration of indigenous culture and heritage
Cantoya Fest sky lantern festival starts in Michoacán
The Cantoya Fest starts today in Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, with participants from all over the world
San Miguel ranked “Best City in the World” for the second year in a row
Travel & Leisure ranked San Miguel de Allende as both "Best City in the World" and "Best city of Mexico"
Octavio Paz’s widow Marie-Jo passed away
Marie-Jo was found dead this morning. She was the wife of Mexico's Literature Nobel Prize winner Octavio Paz
Historic archive about the 1968 will be contained in a “digital brain”
The UNAM and the CCUT have created an archive that contains pictures, documents, and recordings about the 1968 movement
Ballet dancers, cabaret shows and plays all over Mexico City
Mexico City's government will present dance, music and theater shows in public spaces all over the city
Buddhist relics in Mexico City
The exhibition includes 250 pieces from India, China, Thailand, Tibet, Cambodia, among many other Asian countries
Commemorating the '68 movement through culture
The Centro Cultural Elena Garro is commemorating the 1968 movement's 50th anniversary by organizing musical, literary, and theatrical activities
Mexico’s CND to present gay-themed ballet for kids
The new ballet "King and King" is based on a children's book about two princes who fall in love
Huichol art set to break a Guinness Record
The Wixárika community is on its way to win the Guinness Record for its beaded mural