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Carriage horses monitored

A veterinarian checks out a horse used to pull the traditional carriages (calandrias) in the Guadalajara city center.


Orange: the color of the dead

Thousands of Tapatios descended on Guadalajara cemeteries last weekend to pay their respects to deceased relatives on the Day of the Dead.

New president will fix GDL airport woes

Jalisco Governor Aristoteles  Sandoval said this week that president-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has promised to resolve the decades-old land compensation claims of farmers that have thwarted development of the Guadalajara airport. The airport is in dire need of a second runway, local business leaders insist. Sandoval believes Lopez Obrador will keep his word.

That sinking feeling!

A Zeta gas truck loaded with 12,000 liters of propane gas half disappeared into a sinkhole last Friday morning at the intersection of Bandera Nacional and Territorio Nacional in Zapopan.

Day of the dead theme park opens in city

Technology and tradition go hand in hand at Calaverandia,a new theme park wrapped around the annual Day of the Dead celebration.

Crafts & gifts fair under way at Expo Guadalajara

TlaquepArte, the triannual crafts and gifts fair hosting more than 250 exhibitors from all over Latin America, opens at the Expo Guadalajara on Friday, October 26, and runs until Monday, October 29, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.

Guadalajara’s unique Day of the Dead Market

As Guadalajara gears up for the Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos) celebrations next Thursday and Friday, the traditional market in Parque Morelos is once again open for business, selling all manner of traditional foods, toys, trinkets and material for altars.