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Breastfeeding moms help to break taboos

Mothers in Guadalajara attended public breastfeeding sessions this week, primarily to highlight the huge benefits that the practice can bring to both the health and welfare of babies.


Security a hot issue for city restaurants

Eateries affiliated to the local branch of the National Restaurant Chamber (Canirac) invest around ten percent of their profits in security measures to thwart criminals, the chamber’s president, Sergio Jaime Santos, said this week.

Plaza Patria underwater yet again

Parking areas in Guadalajara’s Plaza Patria were again flooded out during a heavy rainstorm on Sunday, June 29.

Calandria mare gives birth while on the job

Animal rights activists are outraged after a pregnant mare forced to pull a traditional  carriage (calandria) in the Guadalajara city center went into labor outside the San Juan de Dios Market.

Soriana ‘rodondeo’ helps city charity

The Soriana Foundation recently handed over a check for 73,000 pesos to the Instituto Down de Occidente, a Guadalajara-based facility for people with Down Syndrome.