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Adapting to unknown territory

Judging by off-the-wall comments floating around in cyberspace these days, it’s obvious that newbie immigrants at lakeside and others who have been here for a while ought to make an effort to get their bearings in terms of local geography, Mexican history and long-held customs in the communities they’ve chosen to inhabit.

Reliving history in dusty files

The title originally conceived for this editorial space was “How I spent my Easter Vacation.” The final version more accurately reflects the experiences of a two-week break from keeping track of local news that gave me an opportunity to engage in housekeeping tasks I have avoided for far too long.

Vacuna Matata

After nearly five decades as a full-time resident of this nation, I have had my share of unique and incomparable Mexican adventures.

One year & counting

On March 14, 2020, Jalisco’s health minister announced the state´s first two confirmed cases of Covid-19, pertaining to a housewife and a health worker from the metro area who carried the virus here from travels in Europe.