Last updateFri, 19 Jan 2018 8am

Music festival leviathan scrapped

In the past few years, governmental bodies in Jalisco have been mulling over the possibility of bringing the Kraken-like music festival known as Lollapalooza to Guadalajara. 

LaChapelle show on final lap

Art enthusiasts have just one more week to catch the exhibit of 40 large-format, hyper-realistic photos by multi-tasking U.S. commercial photographer and artist David LaChapelle.

Young composer, pianist given new commission

Two years ago, Sergio Parra, then aged 22, received a scholarship from the Jalisco government to compose a piece for a chamber orchestra, based on traditional Huichol ceremonies for Semana Santa.

All-day jazz at Andares mall

Lakeside jazz fans who abstain from venturing into Guadalajara for stellar shows due to the prospect of a late-night drive home have no excuses next week.

Japanese culture, heritage on view Sunday

Japan takes center stage on Sunday, July 16, with two local events standing out among the nationwide celebrations to honor 120 years of migration between Mexico and the land of the Rising Sun.