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Guadalajara city hall targets illegal ‘reserved parking’

Guadalajara city hall has launched a program to rid the municipality of “apartalugares,” people who illegally place buckets and other objects to “reserve” free parking spaces on streets and then charge motorists for the privilege of using them.   

Underground merchants hope new subway line will alleviate their struggle

Surrounded by Guadalajara’s iconic, yellow-tile spires, La Rotonda de Los Jaliscienses Ilustres e Ilustras, and the Palacio Municipal, an underground warren of locales (shops) to which nobody pays much attention, is spread out beneath a bustling but bleak plaza and its fountain. Welcome to Plaza Guadalajara.

Breast cancer Guinness record attempt

Guadalajara will try to set a new Guinness record by creating the largest ever human breast cancer awareness bow on Saturday, October 19.

Abortion activists demand law change

Charged up by the recent decision of the Oaxaca legislature to legalize abortion in that state, activists in Guadalajara – nearly all female – took to the streets of Guadalajara September 28, on International Safe Abortion Day.

Huge new car show at Expo

Anyone looking around for a new car might do no worse than head over to Expo Auto at Expo Guadalajara on Saturday, October 5 and Sunday, October 6, when most of the auto distributors that operate in metro area Guadalajara will gather under one roof.

Pro-life march sparks aggressive backlash

The mentality behind last weekend’s pro-life and anti-same sex marriage march in Guadalajara represents a “backward” step for human and women’s rights in Mexico, a leading activist said.