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To Everything There is a Season

In the Bible there is the saying, “To everything there is a season.” I am a big believer in that, because I also believe that change is the only constant… Read more »

Pet of the Week – Jacki – Adopted!

Meet Jacki – HOWEVER please note that she was adopted within a day of this post! Well done! Jacki is feeling a little sore now, because she is recovering from… Read more »

New Mexican Ambassador to the U.S.

Mexico has appointed its third ambassador to the United States in less than a year. The government said in a statement on Friday that the new envoy to Washington would… Read more »

“Don Neto” to pay $20.8 m. pesos…

Ernesto Fonseca Carrillo, commonly known as ‘Don Neto,’ Fonseca has served 31 years of a 40 year sentence for his involvement in the 1985 kidnapping, torture, and murder of DEA… Read more »

2017 Culiacan Caribbean Series

Culiacan will receive international recognition during the the 2017 Caribbean Series. The Tourism Secretary, Culiacan’s Mayor, tourism service suppliers and business chambers are ready to welcome thousands of local and international… Read more »

St. Sebastian celebration at Concordia

Concordia will celebrate from January 14 to 22 its traditional festivities of St. Sebastian and the 152nd Anniversary of it’s founding.. Artistic, sport, literary and cultural activities will be part of… Read more »

First 2017 cruiseship in Topolobampo!

Topolobampo welcomed it’s first cruise ship of 2017 on January 10th. Regent Seven Seas’ Regatta with 687 guests arrived here and many went on a train tour to Copper Canyon… Read more »

AC/DC Tribute Concert, Last Call!!

  HIGHWAY TO HELL AC/DC TRIBUTE BAND FROM FLORIDA January  28TH 2017. Starts at 7.00 Mazatlan International Convention Center.  With DJ Nhasty. Local Opening Band “Beggars Banquet” Main Act: The Fantastic… Read more »

Slide in the peso currency was exaggerated: Carstens

Mexico’s central bank chief Agustin Carstens said that a recent increase in prices does not reflect a sustained pick-up in inflation and that the slide in the peso currency was… Read more »

New Secretary of Public Security

Joel Ernesto Soto, Lieutenant Colonel from Mexico City, is the new Secretary of Public Security in charge of Mazatlan and was welcomed today by Mayor Fernando Pucheta. Joel Soto said that… Read more »

Movies in Mazatlan Jan 13-19

Movies coming out this week Trailers below are for the latest movies. Click on the links below the videos to check out the rest of the movies playing in Mazatlan…. Read more »

Bomb Threat in Culiacan

January 11, 2017 Today at 10:15 am, one of the employees of PRI (Political party) in Culiacan received a phone call warning a about a bomb in the building. Approximnately 100… Read more »

911 starts up!

January 11, 2017 Mexico is finally getting a single, nationwide emergency number like the U.S. has, and the number is 911. Last Monday started to be available in Sinaloa, Guerrero,… Read more »

Chamber of Deputies hacked in google maps

January 10, 2017 Early this morning Google Maps servers were hacked with  the name of the  Legislative Palace that hosts the Chamber of Deputies changed and renamed: Chamber of Rats and… Read more »

Oyster Fest!

On January  14th and 15th the first Oyster Festival at Celestino Gasca Community of Elota Municipio (78 km of Mazatlan-Culiacan Highway) will take place. The venue will be offering their… Read more »