Last updateFri, 07 May 2021 11am

Culture & entertainment sputtering to life in Jalisco

With Covid deaths and cases in Mexico now approaching levels last seen in the fall, area business and government leaders are cracking open the doors of merriment to a frightened but bored populace.

Emotions run high at Women’s Day march

Buildings were defaced and windows broken in small acts of random violence carried out during a protest in Guadalajara on International Women’s Day.

Metro-area vaccine rollout improves after shaky start

The Covid-19 vaccination program got off to a rather chaotic start in the Guadalajara metropolitan area Monday, when the first round of shots were administered in the suburban municipality of Tlaqepaque.

Guadalajara water shortage announced

Without specifying a specific schedule, metro Guadalajara water utility SIAPA announced on Tuesday that the water supply will be shut off periodically to 213 colonias (neighborhoods), mostly in the eastern and northern sectors of the city.

Chivas fans set to return for big clash with arch rivals America

Following up on last week’s report in this newspaper on the resumption of sporting events in Jalisco, state authorities have authorized the return of fans to Guadalajara’s two main soccer stadiums, the Estadio Akron and Estadio Jalisco.