The Rotarians were welcomed with a luncheon after travelling seven days from Canada.
Following the inauguration, the Governor and Mayor greeted local residents and visitors enjoying the balmy evening at restaurants in the Plazuela Machado.
According to the owner, Shakira was purchased from a Culiacán store specializing in the sale of exotic animals.
Employees of an unnamed company attempted to install various telescopes yesterday along the Malecón.
Mayor Carlos Felton accompanied by candidates for the 2016 Queen of Carnaval and Cultura Director Rául Rico at the inauguration.
Marathon officials reported that 12,206 international, national and local contestants entered the various races, with 130 signing up at the last minute on Saturday morning.
Many of his songs have become emblematic, in particular “Échame a mí la culpa,” “Mazatlán” and “Cariño Nuevo.”
Congratulations to Oliver Rifkind, whose story The Fisherman is the winner of The Mazatlán Messenger Anecdote Contest!
Each bench, designed and constructed by local businesses, cost 12,000 pesos, said Rico.
Approximately 175 people attended the Hospice Mazatlán fundraising breakfast on Sunday November 25 at Royal Villas in a lovely setting beside the hotel pool.
The folks at this party on October 30th in El Cid were in the mood to enjoy Halloween. If you look carefully, you may recognize some well known and familiar faces behind the makeup and masks.
The contest is now closed and we have a winner! Thank you for all of your submissions!
Organizers of Mazatlán´s organic market invited the public to meet their producers. Photographer Peter Murphy went along and sent back this report.
The annual fundraiser “Hearts for Hospice” Dinner/Dance held on February 23rd was another resounding success.
Mazatlán Messenger photographer, Peter Murphy, had a bird’s eye view of the Brazilian Samba Dancers’ Carnaval float from his condo and took full advantage of the opportunity.