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City Living - August 18, 2015

New look Via

The highly successful Sunday Via RecreActiva car-free program is getting an image makeover. More than 400 volunteers who staff the activity have been given new uniforms, color coded to represent their specific function.   “Volunteers” who control traffic at intersections will wear green waistcoats and carry whistles and “stop” signs, “first-aid” personnel green shirts and grey shorts, and “guides” orange shirts and grey shorts.

City Living - August 8, 2015


The first Feria del Hongo Guadalajara 2015, showcasing the amazing world of mushrooms, will take place at the Club de Leones on Saturday, August 8 and Sunday, August 9.

City Living - August 1, 2015

Folk dance

The famed Universidad de Guadalajara Ballet Folklorico troupe began its summer season at the Teatro Degollado Sunday morning. These stunning shows will take place at the theater  each Sunday through October 11.

City Living - July 25, 2015

Campus Party

This week, several thousand developers, gamers, geeks and hackers descended on Expo Guadalajara for Campus Party 2015.  The five-day, round-the-clock technology festival is a magnet for tech savvy folks, many of whom camp out in tents on the Expo floor for the duration of the event.

City Living - July 18, 2015

Farmer’s markets 

As more Tapatios become aware of the benefits of eating sustainably produced food, more farmer’s market spring up in the metro area. Perhaps the most well-known is the one held in the plush Andares Mall in Zapopan each Saturday morning. But there are others, some held in he driveways of private homes.  Here’s a selection.

City Living – July 4, 2015


Enthusiasts of cactuses should head down to the Museo de Paleontologia (Paleontology  Museum) Sunday, July 5 to see a magnificent exhibit of more than 100 top-class varieties presented by Cactofilos Guadalajara.