NORTH: September 5, 2016

So, How Did Our Sand Festival Work Out?
By DANIELLE WILLIAMS

The Baja Sand Festival, now a tradition on the weekend before Labor Day weekend in August, is a two day extravaganza on the beach in the shadow of the Rosarito Beach Hotel pier.  A free family-oriented event, it is an invitation for the whole community to come out to enjoy not only the ocean, the

What Are We Going To Do About These Pemex Ripoffs?
By DUSTY RHODES

Randy Cruz had a bad feeling about the gasoline purchase he had made at a station in Mérida last year, thinking he had been ripped off and sold more fuel than he’d paid for.

Que Pasa In Baja?
By OLIVER QUINTERO

Ensenada visits Riverside. Ensenada authorities went to Riverside for an official visit in order to establish better business relations between the two cities.

What's Going On In This Country?
By SANTIAGO VERDUGO

Another mining spill. Mexicans nearly suffered a collective heart attack when it was suggested that foreign owned oil companies assist Pemex employees harvest and refine their oil. They claim that oil is their national patrimony.