San Jose Fire Dept Gets New Ambulance!

The San Jose del Cabo Bomberos added an ambulance to their response fleet, thanks to a donation by Skagit Fire Dept Chief, Paul Wagner and Baja Bridges, Katherine Vandiest. Ambulance 619 was driven from Sonoyta to San Jose del Cabo by Captain Michael Schroeder and Lieutenant Sinuhe Cesena. Thank you all for your support!

Visiting Guanajuato

BY RICARDO GARCIA CHAVEZ First point, closest to the Airport. In planning holidays, we chose a point where we could take a domestic flight from Cabo and enjoy cultural diversity, gastronomy, architecture and fun. We chose Silao Guanajuato airport and started by visiting the cubilete hill just 27 kilometers away from the airport, whose attraction […]

Social Group Celebrates Earth Day

BY SANDRA BERRY Fifty members of the social and networking organization, Los Cabos Tomatoes, celebrated Earth Day on Thursday, April 22, with a luncheon at Panazia Cocina Mexiatica. The Asian Mexican fusion restaurant offers a daily luncheon of a variety of “all you can eat” tasting dishes from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. for only […]

Que Pasa in Baja?

Bring Down the Costa Azul Wall! After three months since the construction of a retaining wall began on the Costa Azul arroyo and then denounced as illegal by concerned citizens and ecological organizations, the authorities have come to a decision to bring it down. To that effect, Carlos Godinez, the under-secretary of the Los Cabos […]

Local Community Alliance Results

And new direction after one year of work BY CLAUDIA VELO A year ago, the state of Baja California Sur closed its doors to tourism, the main source of income in the state in an effort to control the number of COVID-19 infections. This decision, necessary at the time, generated a situation that affected the […]

Understanding Mexico’s Landscapes Through An Artist’s Eyes

BY McKENZIE GANNON “A landscape is a depiction, memory, and experience of a shared territory, a way of living in a place, a form of recognition and belonging. It shapes, questions, or reveals certain images and discourses regarding a common identity, which is also defined by singularities.”  This passage is from the intro panels of […]

Todos Santos Will Have a Hyatt Hotel

We already know that they are building a luxurious Park Hyatt at Cabo del Sol on the tourist corridor, but in a recent release, Hyatt announced 5 more new hotels in Mexico. One of them will be located in our Magic town of Todos Santos, which according to Hyatt, “will emphasize the cultural values of […]

U.S. – Mexico Trade Breaks Record

The combined import-export figure of commerce between the U.S. and Mexico reached a staggering $56.9 billion in the month of March this year, a figure never seen before for one month. It represents a 17 percent increase over February this year and 13 percent over March of 2020. Thus, Mexico ended as the biggest commercial […]

Concert Announced for May 15

The Voz de Tierra (Earth’s Voice) musical group, formed by 4 local ladies will hold a live concert this Saturday, May 15, in La Paz. The group suspended activities last year due to Covid-19 but continued creating and are now coming out with 5 portions musical menu. Trombones, congas and other unplugged instruments will make […]