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Acclaimed Mexican author dies in adopted city

Fernando del Paso, one of Mexico’s most honored novelists and poets and a longtime resident of Guadalajara, died November 14 at the age of 83, prompting a flood of eulogies across the cultural and political spectrum.

Migrants reach GDL for quick sojourn

Over 6,000 Central Americans traversing Mexico with the aim of reaching the U.S. border passed through Guadalajara for a short respite this past weekend.

It’s beginning to look at lot like...

Why does Christmas seem to get earlier each year, many people ask. It’s all about money really. 

Tales from the crypt

Now, if there is one thing that is on every healthy person’s mind it is weight loss – if weight gain has climbed to unhealthy highs.

Colorful Hindu festivity to take over city center

The Nueva Nilacala Mandir (International Society for Krishna Consciousness or ISKCON) in Guadalajara celebrates the 42nd anniversary of Ratha Yatra (festival of the giant chariots) on Saturday, November 17, and Sunday, November 18.

Famous clown doctor lightens the mood in Guadalajara

Medical maverick Hunter Doherty “Patch” Adams was presented at the Guadalajara Hospital Civil’s International Series of Medical Conferences on November 1 to discuss his renowned “laugh therapy.”

Emotions run high in Guadalajara as US midterm elections unfold

The atmosphere at the American Society of Jalisco (AMSOC) was undeniably pensive November 6 as approximately 40 expatriates, Mexican nationals and dual citizens, gathered to watch the results of the U.S. midterm elections in an event hosted by Democrats Abroad.