For Javier González, carrying on his family’s tradition of fishing gives him the freedom he enjoys.
Young taggers will compete for a total purse of 45,000 pesos in the Second Annual national competition.
Mazatlan has gotten a reputation as a dangerous place to visit, but Americans and Canadians who live here or visit frequently say it’s safer than back home.
The Mazatlán community lost one of its dearest and most recognized members on March 20th to an accident in Arizona.
Everyone is welcome to attend the Open House at El Recreo on March 23 to inaugurate the opening of the new Community Center.
The week long program of events includes dog walks, dancing, music, cultural and family events.
When Kathi McCaw and her husband were making their plans to move to Mexico, Kathi had one caveat: there must be a bridge group.
Veraneando Adventure is considering offering kayaking and other boating adventures on the lake in the future.
The 3rd Annual Las Jaibas RV Park Chili Cook Off was a great success.
The Merchant Marine Academy in Mazatlán celebrated its fifty-fourth anniversary yesterday.
El Cid Ladies Golf Association will hold a “Rally for the Cure” in aid of breast cancer screening for the women of Mazatlán.
Beginning tomorrow and every Saturday thereafter at 8 a.m. and continuing until noon at Plaza Zaragoza, those living in Mazatlán will have available to them the city’s first organic market.
Volunteers at Amigos de los Animales are working hard to open the doors to their new, shopper-friendly Bazaar this weekend.
For U.S. tax years beginning after March 18, 2010, certain individuals must file a new Form 8938 to report ownership of certain foreign financial assets.
The Rotary Club of Mazatlán is hosting the nineteenth Verbena, sort of a food fair/entertainment event/street party combined.