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The new Teatro de la Ciudad opened last week, and has hit 95% capacity ever since. Read More...
Let your artistic mind and body connect with this extraordinary performance of theater, dance, circus, and performance! The events will be held over the weekend at both Parque la Ceiba and Caracol Marino . Please see the above flyer for complete schedule Read More...
Take some modern dance class lessons with professor Maria Paula Pugliese at the Palapa Suuk! Classes are every Monday and Wednesday from 5 to 6pm. Read More...
Mexicans celebrate New Year's Eve by eating a grape with each of the twelve chimes of a clock's bell during the midnight countdown, while making a wish with each one. Mexican families decorate homes and parties in colors that represent wishes for the upcoming year: red encourages an overall improvement of lifestyle and love, yellow encourages blessings of improved employment conditions, green for improved financial circumstances, and white for improved health. Another tradition is to make a list of all the bad or unhappy events over the past 12 months; before midnight, this list is thrown into a fire, symbolizing the removal of negative energy from the new year At the same time, thanks are expressed for all the good things during the year that is ending so that they will continue in the new year. Read More...