Last updateFri, 18 May 2018 11am

Tribute to barefoot Henry’s tabachines

On May 1, 2011 a Columbian named Henry Sánchez Pardo trotted barefoot into Ajijic to complete the Lake Chapala leg of his ecological mission to run the Americas from end to end, replenishing Mother Earth by planting trees along the way.

Unfinished business

One of the recurrent problems for our municipal government is the all too brief three-year term of office for its elected officials.

Sticking to #FactsFirst

The current uproar over a presumed rise in crime is troubling many lakeside area residents. While keeping tabs on the local grapevine, I’m finding that hard facts are hard to come by.

Campaign fever rises

While Mexican citizens have been muddling over expectations for the 2018 national, state and local elections for many months, most resident expats at lakeside have remained blissfully oblivious to the hottest topic on the nation’s social agenda.