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‘Blood Relations' keeps audience glued to Lizzie Borden’s trial

The fourth play of Lakeside Little Theatre’s 49th season is Canadian Governor General’s 1981 Award winner,  ‘Blood Relations’ by Sharon Pollock. Transporting audiences back to Fall River, Massachusetts to examine the events surrounding the trial of Lizzie Borden, it raises the perpetual question — did she or didn’t she?


Gifted performer mixes jazz, blues & stride at Number Four

Patrons of Number Four, on Ajijic’s Donato Guerra, were luxuriating this weekend,  and not just in the superb cuisine.  In the first of three consecutive weekend performances, diners were treated to the outstanding pianistic and vocal talents of award winning composer, lyricist and musical director, John Roby.

Young musicians, singers dispense heartwarming seasonal fare

At the Ajijic Auditorio on Thursday, December 19 there was great excitement and standing room only for some, even though additional chairs were brought in. People turned out in droves for the CREM (Centro Regional de Estudios Musicales) annual “Concierto de Invierno,” featuring the Orquesta Víctor Manuel Medeles and the Orquesta Infantil y Coro del CREM.

Jazz, big band sound overwhelms Auditorio

A surprisingly small audience at the Auditorio de la Ribera gathered for the concert of the Big Band Jazz GDL on December 15. It is difficult to know whether the low turn-out was due to the early (noon) start, it being a Sunday, or to the show being in competition with the many other events taking place at Lakeside over the festive season.