The Sonora Market is the commercial ground zero for religious fashions, from Santeria to medicinal herbs to ritual cleansings to statues of Santa Muerte.
“Machos don’t like making tortillas, it’s usually only taught to women,” said Margarita Benitez, who has cooked up quesadillas and tlacoyos in the Juarez neighborhood for 40 years.
Why the roving vendors of Ruta 6, one of Mexico City’s Mercado Sobre Ruedas, keep at their craft, and maintain customers despite the rise of Walmart.
A female passenger’s death sparked a movement demanding safer mobility options for women. Can this business model work here, after faltering elsewhere?
A profession that dates back to Aztec times, most today are indigenous farmers on the grey divide between migration and seasonal work in the city.
“Blessed mother, saint, and daughter, save me from eviction.”
Open spaces and nimble rides were crucial as volunteers collected and dispersed supplies amid toppled infrastructure.
La Casa del Arquitecto became the headquarters for highly skilled urbanists looking to help and determine why some buildings suffered more spectacularly than others.
The sought-after enclaves of Condesa and La Roma were among the parts of the city that sustained significant wreckage.
Here’s how locals responded when shocks struck the city.
When the earth is about to move, seconds are precious.
An artist reveals what the Mexican capital looks like when the notorious crowds of people and cars clear out.
Meet the emojified salamander who’s the new face of Mexico’s capital, thanks to a civic design contest.
The highly efficient fuel was supposed to be the future. Is it now doomed?
Photographer Richard Silver bends the vaulted ceilings of churches into surreal, dazzling designs.
Areli Carreón wants to recruit cyclists, community groups, and local government in a push to make the metropolis more friendly to riders.
Women who have been harassed may feel less trust in their community, with potential long-term impacts on mental health and well-being.
Mexico City’s new constitution, Carta Magna, first emerged from a Change.org petition.
They hope to reduce the roughly 3 million yearly deaths tied to outdoor air pollution.
Excrement: messing up city streets since the 1800s.