Farm to Table 2017!

The 2017 Farm to Table event was held on Sunday at Chuy’s Organics farm just north of Mazatlán at Kilometer 21. Attendance this year doubled to 300 from last year. Alastair Porteous from Water’s Edge Bistro; Gabriel Ocampo from F.I.S.H.; Daniel Soto from El Caprichito Mío (Culiacán); Luis Osuna from Cayenna(Culiacán); Elmo Ruffo from Fiera; Karl Gregg from Blue Print Group (Vancouver) and

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Breaking News: Mazatlan wins bid to host Tianguis Turistico in 2018!

In a Ceremony held at Angela Peralta, Enrique de la Madrid the Federal Tourism Secretary, confirmed that Mazatlan will be the host of Tianguis Turistico 2018. The event included a workshop of tourism connectivity with the participation of tourist service suppliers. The Secretary congratulated Sinaloa’s Governor and Mazatlan’s Mayor who felt honored and pledged to continue to

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Sinaloa’s video

This is Sinaloa State!!

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Caribbean Series Opening

February 1st was the opening ceremony of the Caribbean Series, which will be held at the Tomateros Stadium in Culiacan from February 1st to 7th. Governor Quirino Ordaz  welcomed teams from Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Venezuela and the local team Águilas de Mexicali. Julio Cesar Urias, from Higueritas Culiacan and L.A. Dodgers player since

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Brenster Productions New Music Video with Mazatlan as scenery

Brenster Productions is proud to announce the world premier release of Brenster’s new music video ” RUNNIN’ ON FUMES ” This song was written and performed by Brent McAthey (Brenster) The  video was shot in and around Mazatlan, Mexico in support of the songs released on Canadian country radio stations. The Locations of the video are: Isla de Piedra

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Tamales Today!!

February 2 is Día de la Candelaria (Candlemas), also known as “Feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin” or “Presentation of the Lord.” Throughout Mexico on this date people dress up figures of the Christ Child and take him to the church to be blessed, as well as getting together with family and friends

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What is “Hora Municipal”?

Every Sunday at 4:00 pm in front of the Cathedral at Plazuela Republica a big family party takes place and is labelled “Municipal Time” (Hora Municipal) with bands, fireworks,  and different elements of city services. Mayor Fernando Pucheta attends this event to regularly to meet Mazatlan’s families. Last Sunday January 29, Sinaloa’s Governor Quirino Ordaz also attended

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Dragons and other creatures take the Malecon!!

Since last Saturday, the giant sculptures known by Mazatlecos as “Monigotes”  showed up on the Malecon. These annual Malecon guests are up to 8 meters (26.24 feet) tall and are multi colored. Their presence signals the impending arrival of Carnaval and have an annual theme. Their designer, Jorge Gonzalez Neri has worked on these sculptures and the parade vehicles for

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Mexico: a good partner

 

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2017 Carnaval Music Events

2017 Carnaval Music events were announced today and will be as follow: Day / Hour                      Artist                                              Location Feb 17 – 8:00 pm  

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Mazatlan – Live it to believe it!

 

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Top 5 Reasons to Visit Mazatlan

 

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Grand opening of Shark tank

December 23, 2016 After more than 6 years  Mazatlan’s locals and visitors can finally visit the biggest shark tank in Latin America. The opening today was a celebration that included dance performance by the Vilanova ballet and fireworks enjoyed by more than 500 onlookers. The tank holds 2 million liters of ocean water and 18 sharks of

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A Restaurant that makes a Town!

With an investment of 2.5 million pesos, the Tourism Secretary joined with locals in the opening of a new street in Quelite, which included beautification of the building’s facades, new street lighting, benches and sidewalks. The celebration of the street opening also included a traditional Posada for the kids. Dr. Marcos Osuna, owner of the

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Celebration of the Virgin of Guadalupe

Yesterday, as on every December 12th the Cathedral as well as other churches in town celebrated the Virgin of Guadalupe’s day. The altar at Mazatlan’s Cathedral was filled with  beautiful flower bouquets brought in honor of the Lady, mainly by little children. Pre-Hispanic dances were performed inside the cathedral. As always,  the youngest child in

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