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Appealing regional museum is ‘worth the pain’

Buffeted by an “austere” federal administration that in 2020 slashed budgets for many scientific endeavors—making them scramble to cover even electricity and staff uniforms—the paleontological, anthropological, historical and cultural Museo Regional de Guadalajara has spent two years picking up the pieces after the funding and pandemic debacles.

Umbrella rebellion causes brief glitch in Easter holiday tourism business

The Easter holiday period, Chapala’s peak tourist season, got off to a rocky start when a group of Malecón food vendors blocked off the city’s main points of entry on the morning of Thursday, April 14, to protest against the local mayor’s initiative to spruce up and unify the image of the waterfront commercial zone.

From the fire of suffering

The call from Poco a Poco came late in the morning with good news: they’d found another oxygenator machine and would rush it to San Pedro that afternoon.