One of the oldest projects gives packages of badly needed items, as well as breast-feeding information, to new mothers at several Guadalajara hospitals.
From medical care to basic utilities to dining out, the cost of living is unbelievably low in Mexico.
Jalisco archaeologists keep digging up strange, new — and at the same time very old — things in the vicinity of Arandas, 100 kilometers east of Guadalajara.
Two video game studios were among the beneficiaries of a Google program for recognizing and assisting independent video game startups in emerging markets.
When shopping in a supermarket in Mexico you are likely to see senior citizens bagging groceries. They are not employees but volunteers, subsisting on tips.
It takes a little effort to get to these off-the-beaten track expanses of sand, but you’ll find it worth it once you arrive.
There are five ecosystems with over 2,900 species of plants, 110 species of mammals and 336 species of birds. All this adds up to a truly unique site.
It is located in a beatifully restored 19th-century building on Calle Tacuba, a street known for its perfumeries since the 1930s.
Manfred Meiners’ name has been associated with so many ecologically sound projects that it is no wonder he received the prize.
In the battle of the Puente de Calderón at least 80,000 rebels lost to just 6,000 royalists. It is now a monument and ecopark in Jalisco.
Alvin Starkman took a master mezcalier certification program in Mexico City and obtained a permit to teach about the culture and production of mezcal.
This is one town that really deserves the name Pueblo Mágico for its quaint streets, delightful balconies, beautiful pagoda-like church and delicious food.
Run by two women out of a home in Mexico City, it produces 50 liters per week of the fermented beverage touted for its health benefits.
The Mexican Psilocybin Society is sponsoring a march in Mexico City promoting legalization of psilocybin, the key ingredient in magic mushrooms.
A house in Baja California Sur that incorporates accessibility without sacrificing aesthetics is an award winner in a competition for universal design.
Dylan Brennan’s new book of poetry poems encompass everything he has found upon making a life here, from love to violence to rich history to tireless death.
To businessman Raúl Mejorada, tinacos are emblematic of serious problems in Mexico’s water distribution systems and now he has an answer.
The pools of Cuatro Ciénegas in Coahuila’s Chihuahua Desert conceal a very old secret: the origins of life on Earth.
Mercado Portales celebrated its 62nd anniversary on August 10 with live music, festive decorations and gifts for customers.
In many parts of Mexico, the rainy season reaches its peak in August, creating a rich, verdant landscape—a good time for hiking but a bad time for bugs.
El Tianguis de Tepito is a trip. It’s a strange market “netherverse” that will keep your hands in your pockets and your feet on your toes.
Two hours from Guadalajara, it is the most bizarre little mountain anywhere in the world.
The city is so big it has multiple national parks, which is fortunate because they give residents some respite from its hustle and bustle. Here are two.
More observations on highway travel through Mexico in the second of a series recollecting cannonball runs in Toyotas from the US border to Guatemala.
Notes from five runs in five different Toyotas from the Mexico-US border to Guatemala: 6,000 miles, hundreds of speed bumps and plenty of fun.