Jackie died suddenly due to an auto accident in Arizona earlier this year.
The Club Rotario Mazatlán Oriente will hold its fourth annual “Blanco y Negro” Dinner/Dance fundraiser on Nov. 24th.
To this date we have served 95 patients and their families, and expect to have served over 115 patients by the end of the year.
It was with great sadness that the Mazatlán community learned yesterday that Nancy Blakeslee, a highly respected community member, died peacefully after a short battle with cancer.
Located where Centro Cultural Recra used to be, the facilities now house Molika Bakery, Casa del Caracol Bookstore and Mazatlán Film and Theater.
At home in the Sierra Madres, Alwin is renowned internationally for his nature photography and environmental sensitivity.
The “Beer and Beans” club has been around for over 40 years, meeting at a cantina, enjoying all you can drink beer.
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.