Last updateFri, 18 Jun 2021 4pm

The forgotten art & importance of a ‘thank you’ letter

It shouldn’t have taken a global pandemic to summon our better angels, but Covid-19 has brought out the best in many of us, proving again what Abraham Lincoln asserted in his inaugural address in 1861: “We are not enemies, but friends. We must not be enemies.

Aeromexico flying into smoother skies

Flagship domestic carrier Aeroméxico will ramp up flights to various international destinations in November, as well as resume several routes from Mexico, including Costa Rica and Peru.

The Mexican artist who gave death a fancy face

Death has many faces, but in Mexico none is more identifiable than La Calavera Catrina. Immortalized more than a century ago by Jose Guadalupe Posdada, the elegant skeleton with the broad grin and the fancy feathered hat has come to personify the irreverent side of November 2, Day of the Dead festivities.