Will Cabo San Lucas Split From San Jose?

The buzz around town is getting louder, with chatter about a significant change that could reshape our community landscape. For years, a vocal bunch of concerned citizens has been floating the idea of splitting the municipality into two separate entities: Cabo and San Jose. The proposed boundary? The El Tule arroyo, a natural divider with […]

Local Volunteer Firemen GO to the U.S. for Training

Big congratulations are in order for Xavi Moreno and Juan Sandoval, two dedicated members of the Cabo San Lucas volunteer fire department. These local heroes are setting off on an exciting and important journey to further hone their skills. They’re headed to the Puyallup Extrication Team to undergo specialized training in extrication from heavy vehicles. […]

Que Pasa in Cabo?

Business in Cabo Downtown Slowing Down. According to Robbin Hernandez, president of the Entrepreneurial Leaders of Los Cabos, sales in Cabo downtown decreased between 20 and 30% in 2023. The ones that have seen the highest loss are nightlife businesses. With more luxurious hotels offering great food and beverages, it seems our visitors prefer to […]

Where to Dispose of Your Christmas Tree

The holiday season is wrapping up, and if you’re wondering what to do with your Christmas tree, we’ve got you covered! First things first, please resist the urge to dump it on the curb outside your home. There are better, more eco-friendly ways to say goodbye to your festive tree. In Cabo San Lucas, there’s […]

Que Pasa in Cabo?

Underpass in San Jose Roundabout Approved. The first steps to build an underpass at the troubled Fonatur roundabout are being taken. The city reports that 60,000 vehicles drive by every day and an initial study has been delivered to the feds. Early next month, both the city and the feds will work on funding the […]

Free Tennis Courts Coming to Cabo

Exciting news for tennis enthusiasts and sports fans in Cabo San Lucas! The MexTenis corporation, known for organizing the annual ATP 250 tournament, is serving up something special for the community. They’ve struck a fantastic deal to donate not one, but two tennis courts for public use, totally free of charge. This comes as part […]

Forest Fire in Todos Santos!

A bit of a scare hit Todos Santos recently when not one, but two fires broke out in the palm trees area. It all started just before 7:00 pm on a Wednesday, quickly turning a calm evening into a race against time. As soon as the first report hit the fire department, the response was […]

Two Fish Species Kicked Off of Restaurants Menus

Big news for eco-conscious diners and fishing enthusiasts in Los Cabos! In a commendable move, members of the Los Cabos restaurant association (Canirac) have collectively decided to take a stand for sustainability. They’ve agreed to remove Dorado (Mahi-Mahi) and Marlin dishes from their menus. This decision reflects a growing awareness and respect for the local […]

Drone Show for New Year’s Eve!

Change is in the air – or rather, in the skies above Cabo Bay this New Year’s Eve! About a week ago, the Medano beach business association had some bittersweet news. Due to the ocean’s advance during the hurricane season, which left us with barely any beach, the beloved annual fireworks display had to be […]

Fire Stations on the Rise in Baja California Sur!

After what feels like ages, it seems the city governments across Baja California Sur are stepping up their game in a big way. This year has been a turning point, marked by some exciting developments in community safety. We’re talking about the opening and groundbreaking of new fire stations – a sign that our safety […]