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Ajijic musical radio host immersed in life ‘a la mexicana’ 

It’s a treat interviewing interviewers, maybe because they seem to have a nose for what will be interesting. At least that’s how it was with Ajijic-based radio host Patrick O’Heffernan, who only moved from Los Angeles to Mexico in 2019 and has been continuing his interview show here—“Music Sin Fronteras”—from lakeside’s Calle Constitucion. 

Youthful whirlwind back on Jalisco political scene

Two new Jalisco-registered political parties will be able to field candidates in next year’s state elections (scheduled July 6), after the State Electoral Institute(IEPC) this week approved the registrations of Hagamos and Futuro, the latter spearheaded by former independent state legislator Pedro Kumamoto.

Pandemic propels operatic group into new territory

The 25 members of the Jalisco State Choir (Coro del Estado de Jalisco), based in Guadalajara, have long been accustomed to the challenges of performing art music, from zarzuela, oratorio, opera and sacred music to Mexican music.

Local voting groups update ballot mailing help schedule

U.S. voters in Mexico who requested their ballots for the November 3, 2020, election should receive them by email by Saturday at the latest. And voters who hail from most states can and should return their marked ballots electronically (by email or state webpages), say local activists.