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Nariz Roja opens new shelter

The Nariz Roja (Red Nose) charity that supports children with cancer has opened a multi-functional albergue (shelter) in downtown Guadalajara.


Feminists stage anti-Grito

Around 200 women belonging to feminist activist groups stormed Guadalajara’s Rotunda of Illustrious Citizens Wednesday in a protest they described as an “anti-Grito,” to draw attention to Mexico’s disturbingly high incidence of gender-based violence.

Users flock to ‘super-fast’ new subway line

Infection from Covid-19 didn’t scare off Tapatios eager to experience for the first time Guadalajara’s latest transportation jewel: the third line of the Tren Ligero (light train or subway).

Health care workers in ‘grito’ spotlight

There were no crowds or fireworks at this year’s Grito ceremony in downtown Guadalajara but emotion was not completely absent.

Free rides for first week of new city subway line

Charges on Guadalajara’s new Third Tren Ligero (subway) line will be waived during its first week of operation, so “users can familiarize themselves with the service,” Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro announced this week.

Zapopan restarts car-free Sundays

Sunday exercise seekers in Zapopan will be able to stretch their legs on traffic-less streets when the Vía RecreActiva activity resumes this Sunday – partially.

New subway line to open – finally!

At almost double its original budget and more than two years’ behind schedule, Guadalajara’s much-anticipated third Tren Ligero line is ready to open.