Fish Report

Cabo San Lucas Cabo Tuna Jackpot Winners – an outstanding award presentation to culminate the Cabo Tournament season of the year! Team Sneak Attack took 1st Place in the Tournament, plus Day One Dailies, earning them $585,775 US for their awesome 284-pound Yellowfin! Team North Star took 2nd Place overall and Day Two Dailies, which […]

Cooking Like a Mexican

Cooking the Mexican way is all about embracing tradition, as you might have gathered from our previous culinary adventures. Now, even if the Day of the Dead sounds unfamiliar, I’m excited to share some recipes integral to the festivities, given the central role that food plays. To cap off this season in style, let’s delve […]

Que Pasa in Cabo?

BY DAVID FLORES Parade of Homes and Poker Run Invite. The East Cape Guild, which devotes its efforts to offering scholarships to students who meet the criteria, is happy to announce the Parade of Homes and Poker Run on Sunday, December 17 Starting at noon. Following the Tour, there will be a special night planned […]

Michael Movie Moments

Fire of Love: Full of Energy, but Not Where it Mattered Fire of Love is a film about two geologists (Katia and Maurice Krafft) who spend an exciting marriage exploring volcanoes. They are responsible for some of the most spectacular and thrilling snapshots and videos of volcanic eruptions ever made. And they died doing what they […]

Fish Report

BY GARY GRAHAM Cabo San Lucas  My First Striped Marlin: A battle of a lifetime” There are many stories of “first catches,” but none are more spiritually shared than this one written by Chere-Lee Vos, from South Africa, as she relates the catching of her first striped marlin here in Baja. “The battle that followed […]

Cooking Like a Mexican

When we reflect on the vibrant tapestry of Mexican cuisine, our taste buds often gravitate towards the explosion of flavors found in tacos, enchiladas, and the bustling street food scenes. However, nestled among the beloved classics of Mexican gastronomy lies a lesser-known, yet equally delightful treasure trove of comforting stews and soul-warming soups. These heartwarming […]

Que Pasa in Cabo?

Hurricane Norma Good for San Jose’s Estuary. The amount of water that flowed down from the mountains to the San Jose estuary washed away 80% of the invasive but beautiful water hyacinths. Its species are perennial aquatic plants (or hydrophytes) with prostrate and densely branched stems. The inflorescences can have one to 30 conspicuously attractive […]

Ask a Mexican

What are some similarities and some differences between Halloween and Dia de Muertos? Which one do you celebrate the most? Elena Ramirez, 40, Teacher: When comparing Halloween and Día de Muertos, I find that while both involve dressing up and have a certain element of festivity, Día de Muertos carries a deeper cultural significance. It’s […]

Letters to The Editor

Thanks for responding. I am a married male, 64 years old, and have driven from Canada as far as Hualtuco, Mexico on my own. I love Mexico, its culture, beaches, and the people. This was my second time driving down the Baja to Cabo. I usually fly and rent a car, but since I was […]

Cooking Like a Mexican

BY ALEJANDRA BORBOLLA The celebrated ‘Pan de Muertos’ serves as a poignant reminder of the intricacies embedded within Mexican culture, each intricate detail carrying with it a tale of the nation’s rich history and traditions. What might appear as a mere culinary delight at first glance is, in essence, a cultural touchstone, a reflection of […]