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Tapatio ballet star wins ‘Oscar’

Guadalajara ballet star Isaac Hernandez has picked up one of the most prestigious awards the dance genre has to offer: the Prix Benois de la Danse.


Guadalajara Pride march promotes inclusive gender law

While they may look to an average outsider like nothing more than a technicolor street party, gay pride parades often come with very serious agendas, especially when they take place in areas not known for a culture of open-minded inclusion. 

Bus burning victim prepares for transfer to Galveston, TX

The 26-year-old mother of an eight-month-old baby who died tragically in a bus fire set by cartel members Monday, May 21 is set to be transferred to the special burns unit at the Shriner’s Hospitali n Galveston, Texas.

Gasoline hits 19 pesos per liter

Magna gasoline reached a new historic price this week in the Guadalajara metro area at 19.01 pesos a liter. That is a 14-percent hike in the last five months. On January 1 Magna gas was averaging 16.68 pesos at the pump.

City sizzles as mercury rises

Not satisfied with the high temperatures of the last couple of weeks, which have been hot enough to make people’s sweat itself perspire, Guadalajara’s weather gods decided to crank up the thermostat to 38 degrees Celsius – in the shade no less.

Annual Pride parade(s) coming up in June

Guadalajara’s LGBTQ community is so full of pride that there is not one, but two yearly pride parades, scheduled one after the other in early June.

‘La Tapatia’ emerges from the darkness

The tunnel boring machine (tuneladora in Spanish) that has been excavating a four-kilometer stretch below Guadalajara’s historic center for almost two years finally finished its labor this week.