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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.

Young global leader boosts US activists’ aspirations

Even with a roomful of expectant, older faces turned her way, Democrats Abroad (DA) international chair Candice Kerestan, a 30-something who had flown from Bonn, Germany, to Guadalajara Friday to speak to DA members from all of Mexico, did not lose her quiet eloquence.