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E-scooter trial set for November

Firms operating electric scooter sharing ventures are chomping at the bit to get their services up and running in metro-area Guadalajara.


Uber, Didi drivers fear for their lives

Some 250 Uber and Didi drivers staged protests outside their respective headquarter offices to draw attention to safety issues following the recent murder of a Uber chofer in Guadalajara.

American School lays first stone of campus upgrade

In the presence of Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro, faculty members, students and benefactors symbolically placed the first stone of the planned renovation of the campus at the American School Foundation of Guadalajara October 9.

American School lays first stone of campus upgrade

In the presence of Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro, faculty members, students and benefactors symbolically placed the first stone of the planned renovation of the campus at the American School Foundation of Guadalajara October 9.

Beautifying subway line eyesore

Three columns of the soon-to-be completed third line of Guadalajara’s Tren Ligero (subway) network look a lot livelier after the intervention of three Zapopan art collectives. 

Veggies the focus of Chapalita fair

Health and lifestyle conscious denizens should make a beeline for the fourth Festival Vegetariano y Vegano GDL (Vegetarian and Vegan Festival), scheduled Saturday, October 19 and Sunday, October 19, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. in Zapopan’s Parque Zuno, Avenida Niño Obrero 637, Colonia Chapalita.

Women & Latinos headline as state orchestra fires up for fall season

Although it is not rock hard yet, the fall-winter schedule of the Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra (OFJ) is 99-percent firm and is slated to kick off at Teatro Degollado October 31, in a concert with Day of the Dead touches.