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Pizza De Venzi

Reviewer Bill Demmer finds a new Italian Restaurant on Av. del Mar that has great potential.

The 31 Topes, 29 Stops, Dust Cloud, Huevos Slap, Bus Ride

Without warning the driver occasionally catapults us onto a stretch of tenuous dirt road with no regard for rocks, chuckholes, mounds, sticks, ravines, gulley’s or anything in our way.

Sinaloans Among 26 Injured in Tragic Bus Accident

Of the 26 injured passengers with identification, police were able to ascertain that seven were from Culiacán.

Walk Twenty Minutes to Live Longer: New Study

An inactive lifestyle is linked to early death from heart disease and cancer, but a twenty minute walk can greatly reduce those risks.

Holiday Inn Returns to Mazatlán with New Hotel

The hotel will be built on 1.5 hectares in the Marina Zone facing the Mazatlán Marina.

Acapulco and Culiacán among Most Violent Cities in the World

Sinaloa’s capital, Culiacán, was the 24th most violent city in the world with 384 homicides last year.

City Begins to Install Colorful Carnaval Monigotes

In total, 11 of the mythical characters will adorn the Malecón, Plazuela Machado and the Zona Dorada.

Murder In Mexico

Murder mystery fans now have a place to put their deductive reasoning to work in Mazatlán.

And the Award Goes to…

Reviewer Ken Albanese gives Boyhood a thumbs up for Oscars this year.

Santa María Community Hopes for a Better Life

Once the dam is operational the town of Santa María will be found 130 meters below water level.

Violence returns to Mexico’s Michoacan state (video)

The Michoacan clashes are just the latest in a series of scandals rocking President Enrique Pena Nieto’s administration.

Teachers Walk Out of Classes to Protest Late Paychecks

As a result of the work stoppage, 50,000 students in 230 schools had an unexpected holiday.

Military Takes Over Abandoned Hospital

From afar the building appears old and gray, but inside it becomes obvious the only thing missing is wall plaster and elevator installations.


Under the management of its new CEO, Elektra partnered with Western Union to offer money transfer services from the United States to México and in 1993 became a publicly traded company listed on the Mexican Stock Exchange.

Surprise Operation finds Minors in Bars and Night Clubs

The review was to determine if bars, night clubs and restaurants were adhering to regulations following a series of diverse complaints.