The canals ran red with the blood of both Aztec and Spanish on a terrible night of destruction named La Noche Triste (The Sad Night).
Ella Canta and Cassandra Goad collaborate to create an exquisite ‘ofrenda’ in celebration of Day of the Dead.
The love affair between two of Mexico’s foremost painters of the 20th century was to be a tempestuous one. They both entertained a string of affairs and even divorced and remarried, but both maintained that each was the love of the other’s life.
Righteous rebels clashed with the Spanish army in the War of Independence that lasted for 10 violent years until 1821 when the Treaty of Córdoba finally established Mexico as an independent state.
From the devastating ashes of this fateful moment rose an artist, an icon and a global inspiration for decades to come.
Located near the heart of Mexico City’s historic centre, the market is the manifestation of an ancient belief in the power of magic that persists to the very core of Mexican culture.
Las Posadas has been celebrated throughout Mexico’s towns and villages for over 400 years and continues almost unchanged to this day strengthening the bonds of community over Christmas time.
Las Marias all-female motorcycle gang is a
force to be reckoned with, every member more fearsomely empowered than the last.
Our body may decay but the soul lives on, alive and in communion with the minds still rooted in this mortal plane.
In 1995, the 150 villagers of Cabo Pulmo, many of whom were fishermen themselves, demanded that their home be named a marine national park by the Mexican government.