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Art Exposition: The Voices of Women in LoretoSubmitted by Jeannine Perez March 8th is International Women's Day. On Saturday, March 13th, beginning at 11 a.m., Loreto women will celebrate the achievements of women everywhere. They will do so by giving expression to their own emotions: their joys, fears, achievements and struggles, in an art exposition entitled…"Canto de Sirena Entre Color y
The Three Music-Art-teers... Birthing the Blues and Arts Fiesta of San Felipe [Photo: Andrena Joyce showcasing her art on the Malecon outside of Beachcomber at 2007 Blues & Arts. Photo taken by John Pack] You would think that an annual event with a shelf life of only four years would have a history that you could easily find. Not so. In San Felipe we have been planning the Blues and Arts Fiesta
Steak In The Park to be held on March 11, 2009, starting at 1:00 pm. The silent auction will be part of this event again. Any donated items will be appreciated. This is another signature event of The Rotary Club of San Felipe. Please call Barbara Fox at 686-576-0631 for more information.Tickets will go on sale soon at the regular Rotary ticket sales outlets. We hope to see you on March 11, for
[photo by Judith A. Peterson - Alex and Miguel with two scholarship students, one of whom is a senior in high school and the other is in her first year of teachers' college.] Article by Lynn Coutts On February 21, Alex DuPue and Miguel de Hoyos, beach boys extraordinarios, enchanted an audience of sophisticated listeners in La Paz who enjoyed the perfect blending of an afternoon at the beach
San Felipe Animal Rescue's - St Patrick's Day Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner Time: 5:00pm-9:00pm at Pavilion Restaurant - El Dorado Date: Wednesday - March 17, 2007 Tickets: $12.00 U.S./$156 MN Ticket are available at: * Cachanilla Swap Meet at the SFAR booth (next to the Rotary trailer) * SFAR's segunda * People's Gallery * SFAR volunteers
Amid Drug War, Mexico is Less Deadly than a Decade Ago by Alexandra Olson, The Associated Press Image of cocaine drug packs confiscated by the U.S. Federal Agency DEA. Public Domain work of a U.S. Federal Agency. MEXICO CITY—Decapitated bodies dumped on the streets, drug-war shootings and regular attacks on police have obscured a significant fact: A falling homicide rate means people in Mexico
by Alexa Verdugo Morgan A gorgeous view from the patio of the Dinghy Dock restaurant. Photo courtesy of Vivalapaz.net This month's Foreign Business Owners meeting, held at the Dinghy Dock restaurant on January 12 saw a turnout of nearly 40 attendees. The meeting was led by Juli Goff, owner of the Spanish language school Se Habla . . . La Paz and a well-known face among local gringos. Lic.
Tony Reyes Memorial After a long battle to keep his failing kidneys going, Tony Reyes, 86, surrounded by family and friends, passed away on December 18, 2009. His loss will be felt deeply by those who knew and respected him and his contributions to Baja and fishing communities. For over half a century, Tony and his son gave avid and novice sportfishermen the chance to conquer the seas. A
by T. Neal Stratman Tom Boyle, Jim King, Becki Sue, Jeff Hayes and Les White Hailing from the South Puget Sound region of Washington state, Becki Sue & her Big Rockin' Daddies!, formed in 2003 by guitarist Tom "T-Boy Neal" Boyle, has risen to elite status among not only blues bands in the Pacific Northwest region of the U.S., but among all bands in that region. With awards ranging from
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More than 60 people crowded together inside and outside our small Loreto bookstore Tuesday, February 16th.. All attention was focused, not on noisy street traffic or patio tables loaded with food and wine, but on one speaker...Markes Johnson, and his colorful descriptions of Baja geology, and coastal ecosystems that make our Sea of Cortez the unique and fertile "upside rainforest" described by
Monthly features appearing in Mexico Living's Baja California guide during the month of March.
Fashion – Baja Style by Greg Niemann
Most people wouldn't think of Baja when they think of fashion—Milan, yes . . . Paris, yes . . . even Buenos Aires . . . but Tijuana, hardly. To many, the most readily conjured image is a black velvet painting of Elvis, or the humongous sombrero and requisite serape bought by neophyte tourists. READ FEATURE
Baja's Saltwater Scorpion
by Tom Gatch "Watch out, amigo!" shouted out a nearby deckhand who immediately realized what was going on. "Just drop the fish on the deck, my friend, I'll take it . . ." But it wasalready too late. READ FEATURE
Diving Mexico's Socorro Island by R.J. Archer
With all the incredible diving around Mexico's Baja Peninsula, why would anyone get on a boat and travel 240 miles south of the peninsula's southern tip to dive? Well, it turns out that there are some really big reasons! READ FEATURE
2010 San Felipe Blues & Arts Fiesta Baja biggest blues festival is this month. For snowbirds and travelers, this is ideal way to end the season. Only an hour and a half south of the US / Mexican border, this is the place to stop on your way north. 10 world class blues bands and over 40 artist showcased, all on the Sea of Cortez. READ FEATURE
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