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Photography retrospective highlights work of master artist

Revered Guadalajara-born photojournalist José Hernández-Claire, perhaps better classified as a “street” or “instantaneous” photographer, died less than a year ago at age 72. (See “Acclaimed Guadalajara photojournalist passes,” Guadalajara Reporter, September 23, 2021.)

Summer storms turn Mexican gardens into wonderlands

Last night there was a tropical summer storm out our way. It must have been about three o’clock in the morning because we were all sound asleep when the first crash of thunder bounced us out of our beds and sent us racing to close the open windows.  We knew what was coming.

Jabil: 25 years & counting

Just as some economists warn of a global slowdown lurking dangerously on the horizon, one of Guadalajara’s largest employers and most forward-thinking companies is making plans to expand its workforce by one-third.

Journalism museum full of energy after 6-year closure

Nothing reflects the damage to and perseverance of Guadalajara institutions better than the Museo de Periodismo y las Artes Graficas (Museum of Journalism and Graphic Arts, MUPAG), one of about 10 museums operated by the municipality.