Last updateFri, 16 Aug 2019 11am

The trap of unreliable sources

A few years back I penned a bit of a tirade for this space titled ”Curse you Mark Zuckerberg!” It reflected my annoyance at becoming a Facebook junky, something I considered a necessary evil in my line of work.

A favor de empedrados

There’s a movement afoot in Ajijic. Literally. It involves village natives from different walks of life, age groups and employment fields, people who don’t share the same political and social ideals.

Sal, limón y chile

“I’m starving,” my granddaughter declared as she jumped into the car when I picked her up from summer camp at Tobolandía one day last week.

Getting to know La Reina del Lago

Small in stature, measuring just 34 centimeters from head to toe, La Virgen de Zapopan is a spiritual giant in Jalisco’s Roman Catholic community, deeply trusted as an intermediary for divine protection against strife, disease and pestilence, deadly storms and natural disasters.

Lost & Found

Who needs to deal with the ravages of old age on a day when your agenda is chock full of appointments?