Rolly Brook was the co-author of the book, “Moving to México,” which answered many questions raised by expatriates considering moving to México.
Winners of the Masquerade costume contest will appear on floats in the Carnaval parades.
Hospice continues to grow and reach out to those in need. We could not achieve our goals without your assistance.
The award was given to Hospice Mazatlán by JAP at the annual meeting of Dia de Filantropia.
Two new designs not incorporated in the plan presented to the public on August 11 are a cultural corridor of statues linking the museum with the aquarium and an aviary.
Neighbours in the El Cid community held their annual Big Kids Halloween party last week where costume creativity flowed. Can you guess what each costume represented? Me neither…
The primary school children were greeted at the airport by proud parents and friends.
Children’s Day is now celebrated in almost 80 countries around the world.
A retired bicycle shop owner has turned his creativity towards unique bicycle models, some specifically for those with disabilities.
El Recreo’s founder and his wife leave behind a thriving local theater for the Mazatlán foreign community.
FeliMaz is an annual event in Mazatlán, celebrated this year Friday, March 14 through Friday, March 21.
The head of Sinaloa’s anti-kidnapping squad addressed a meeting of approximately 200 Mazatlán foreign residents.
Murry Page has written an invaluable booklet entitled “Planning For the Inevitable” and has donated this to Hospice Mazatlán IAP.
All hands on deck were trying to extract the boa constrictor from the engine of my car.
The Blue Shirts began by setting up information booths and sending out roving volunteers in the Centro Historico.