• November 24, 2020

Category : Editions


Lisa Saunders and her Caborado Band

BY RICK CASTAGNER For those who are not familiar with Lisa, she has performed for many years, honing her craft internationally. Lisa has sung with top performers on the U.S. rock scene as well as fronting her own bands in popular resort areas in Colorado, USA and Los Cabos, Mexico. She’s a great entertainer who […]


Cooking Like a Mexican

Coconut Shrimp BY ALE BORBOLLA Knowing we are all quarantined, a little virtual travel wouldn’t be bad at all, right? Campeche is a state often overlooked by tourists and is one of the richest in the country in food, culture, and landscapes. Campeche is one of the three entities that make up the Yucatan peninsula. […]

2518Letters To The Editor

Letters To The Editor

It would appear there are many not taking this virus seriously. If you’ve driven by the banks yesterday or today you will see locals lined up around the building with little distance behind them. Why are the police or bank employees not monitoring this? They’re currently driving around with nothing to do! And I see […]


How To Stay Busy Inside During COVID-19

BY LISA VAUGHAN In all hopes, in Los Cabos, we will soon see the restaurants reopen, the fabulous water activities available again, along with tourists and locals walking the beach and the beautiful piers of the marinas.  Meanwhile, if social distancing has you stuck inside and going a bit stir crazy, there are several activities […]


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2518Local NewsPhilanthropy

Laguna Hills Residents Helping Neighbors in Rincon

BY CAM RENAUD Lucy and Jaime Arista receiving 30 Care Bags for distribution in El Rincon was just the neighborly thing to do. Laguna Hills is a small community along the road to the East Cape, whose residents mostly “come from away.”  El Rincon de La Playa is a nearby community of local families, many […]


Ford v Ferrari

Michael’s Movie Moments BY MICHAEL YOUNG Ford v Ferrari might be exactly the movie you want to see right now.  The film is the kind of entertainment that allows you to escape the crises of the world, if for just a couple of hours. Here is how a few critics summarized the film: A.O. Scott […]


Gastronauts: Pioneering Chefs of Los Cabos Cuisine

Executive Chef Enrique Silva BY SUSY BUCHANAN There’s an easiness to Tamarindos, a sense that the historic farmhouse and pristine, verdant fields below have always existed. The effortlessness guests feel is the result of decades of hard work, manual labor, vision and purposefulness, all manifestations of an agricultural and gastronomical dream Executive Chef Enrique Silva […]


Making A Difference

In These Challenging Times BY LISA VAUGHAN There are many organizations that are helping and making a difference for the less fortunate in Los Cabos. Some of the groups are “Unite for the Love of Cabo”, “Heart4Cabo” (Corazon Por Cabo), “The Other Side of Cabo” which is a 501C3 non-profit organization in the U.S., and Cabo […]


Que Pasa In Cabo?

BY DAVID FLORES Baja Towns Closing Their Borders To prevent Coronavirus contamination, a few towns in Southern Baja are closing their access roads, forcing people to take alternate paths or to go back to where they came from. Todos Santos and Pescadero on the Pacific side and Santiago on the road to the East Cape […]