SOUTH: November 2, 2015

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Cultural Centers In Los Cabos Are Floundering
By KARINA URQUIZO

When hurricane Odile slammed into us last year, two of our performing arts venues were seriously wiped out. The Cultural Pavilion, as it’s called in a direct translation from Spanish, is in Cabo San Lucas right on the marina front.

Que Pasa in Baja?
By DAVID FLORES

The situation is getting grim.  Nine bars were closed with a humiliating banner that reads “clausurado”. The city’s tax inspectors who took over early last month with the change of city government discovered that these bars were operating without paying for permited late hours.

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

Mainland dodges bullet. The so called hurricane of the century, Patricia, pooped out as it hit landfall over on the mainland, last week. The advance weather reports had veryone freaked out for days before the almost non event. We don’t want to call it a complete non event out of respect...

What To Do About Taxes On Your Rental Here
By ORLANDO GOTAY

Many expats who own condos in Mexico actually spend only some part of the year in them, so rather than keeping them empty when away, many logically choose to rent them.  That makes sense.