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Last updateMon, 21 Jan 2019 12pm

Planetarium on track for November debut

Work is moving ahead rapidly on Guadalajara’s new planetarium (Planetario Lunaria), which its backers are now boasting will be the most advanced in Latin America.


Mint-condition train gets unwanted paint job

A train belonging to Guadalajara’s yet-to-be-opened third Tren Ligero (subway) line has been given a new lick of paint – courtesy of some creative graffiti taggers.

Free cultural festival to run for six weeks

Next weekend sees the start of the third annual Sucede Festival, a six-week blitzkrieg of 172 free cultural events presented by 48 groups and companies from both Mexico and abroad in 42 venues in the Guadalajara municipal area.

Toxic cloud riles huge wholesale market

At 9:38 on a busy Monday morning in September, firefighters arrived at a bean and grain storehouse in Guadalajara’s 130-year-old, sprawling Mercado de Abastos.

Sandi becomes Gonvill

Not long after one iconic bookstore closed in Guadalajara, another has opened in its place.

Farmyard fun at city’s livestock fair

Considered by many to be the best event of its kind in Mexico, the Jalisco Expo Ganadera (Livestock Fair) is being held in Tlaquepaque from Friday, October 12, through Sunday, November 4.