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Full season forthcoming at Bravo Theatre

Besides its reputation for thought-provoking plays, says Jayme Littlejohn, the Bravo! Theatre is known for having enlisted loyal friends to pitch in for a yearlong construction effort when Bravo relocated to Riberas del Pilar just before the pandemic.

Beguiling postcard history hits the market

“Lake Chapala: a postcard history,” Tony Burton’s latest literary tour de force, is hot off the presses, ready to engage curious minds with a treasure trove of historic data and 150 reproductions of vintage postcards published between 1900 and 1960.

Ajijic Art Museum dazzles with fine art & fiesta

Three days of activities marking the grand opening of the Ajijic Museo de Arte (AMA) drew throngs of art lovers and well-wishers anxious to view the first exhibit of heritage paintings, drawings, sculptures and photographs that have been acquired for its permanent collection.

Chapala marks Día de la Marina

June 1 is the date that Mexico pays homage to members of the nation’s Navy and all people dedicated to activities carried out at sea.

Craft beer festival tied in to annual San Antonio Fiestas

Townspeople in San Antonio Tlayacapan are not only catching up with the traditional celebration honoring religious Saint Anthony of Padua, suspended the past two years, but also looking forward to having extended festivities for a full two weeks, including the addition of a two-day craft beer festival.