Fish Report

BY GARY GRAHAM Cabo San Lucas From back-to-back-to-back – It was NONSTOP for days for Captain Juan Lopez and Mate “Cuate,” who were fishing on Pisces 35’ Bill Collector 2. They had a great day catching this 103-pound yellowfin, a 30-pound wahoo, and four dorado. The day before, Captain Juan and friends landed a 193-pound […]

Cooking Like a Mexican

BY ALEJANDRA BORBOLLA In Mexico, there is a whole hangover culture, and it’s directly proportional to our parties. At weddings, we have a “tornaboda” which is a meal served at around two or three in the morning, to make sure you are well fed and keep on drinking or call it a night and return […]

Que Pasa?

Planet Hollywood Returns to Cabo! Not the night club and T-shirts store, but a new hotel. The location and size of the resort have not been disclosed, but construction could start in the first quarter of next year. The resort chain has 45 properties in 10 Caribbean countries with a total of 15,500 rooms, including […]

Fish Report

BY GARY GRAHAM / THAT BAJA GUY Cabo San Lucas Recently, fishing has been closer to our typical summer season, with some inconsistencies. The water temperature has changed (with temps on the Sea of Cortez reported of up to 88 Degrees F) and the fish are moving quickly.  However, lately, the dorado picked up with […]

Cooking Like a Mexican

BY ALEJANDRA BORBOLLA Mole is a recipe that I’ve been asked for a lot since I inherited this column from my mother. I was a little unsure as mole is a recipe that varies from one family to another, but I found and tried this one and decided I am brave enough to share it […]

Ask a Mexican

COVID seems to never go away, but have you thought about the environmental impact that face masks have? Do you use disposable masks or do you have a reusable one? Do you think fabric masks are effective? What do you think will happen with them? How do you dispose of them? Antonio Garcia, 46, deliverer.  […]

Michael Movie Moments

The Two Popes BY MICHAEL YOUNG In The Two Popes, a story is revealed of how the current Pope Francis came to occupy his position, replacing Pope Benedict, who became unheard of in the last several centuries, a sort of Pope emeritus. It is a moving story of two unusual men who, over the course […]

Que Pasa In Cabo?

BY DAVID FLORES Los Cabos Coronavirus Cases Go Down Big Time. Just last week the state’s health authorities announced the lifting of additional restrictions and more businesses are open now, including some bars. Restaurants are now allowed to fill 40 percent of their seating capacity, and it is expected that within the next two weeks […]

Ask a Mexican

The whole world is living in the same situation for the first time; we are all quarantined, and some of us are lucky enough to be able to stay at home, but some others are not. In this edition, we asked people (keeping a safe distance) how Coronavirus has affected their economic situation and what […]

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 […]