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The 42nd Mexican National Chili Cookoff drew throngs of visitors for lakeside’s largest charity fundraiser, held February 7 to 9 at the Tobolandia Water Park.
Thousands of counterfeit 500-peso bills (including the new, blue kind) are circulating in Mexico, and the lakeside area is not immune to the problem.
The Jalisco Congress has rubber-stamped an annual permit charge of 6,000 pesos ($US317) that owners/drivers of trailer trucks must pay to enter the Guadalajara city limits.
As in past years, the 18th Encuentro Nacional del Mariachi Tradicional (Traditional Mariachi Festival) will precede Guadalajara’s big annual mariachi bash, with performances scheduled at ten city venues from August 11 to 17, as well as several outlying municipalities, including Chapala.
The body of a middle-aged man who disappeared in Lake Chapala was located Monday, December 9, washed up on the rocky shoreline in the vicinity of Mirasol.
If Leonardo da Vinci were around today, I believe he would have conceived the smart phone, Space X, the entire Museum of Modern Art, plus cold fusion.
A long-abandoned school building, located on Calle Niños Héroes a block and half away from Chapala City Hall, is undergoing renovations to house various local government agencies.
Condominium El Parque Social Committee held a concert in March given by Ron Nigrini, a well-known singer, guitarist and songwriter from Ontario, Canada.