Monthly Archives: April 2017

Downtown La Paz Just Got a Lot Brighter

TBC The downtown area of the city of La Paz has been filled with color, thanks to the project Ciudad Mural La Paz, where 30 collective murals have brightened up the city with the help of 27 national artists. Ciudad Mural La Paz was organized...

Women Professionals in Real Estate In La Paz

By Susan A. Fogel Last Wednesday, I was honored to interview all but two of the women real estate agents profiled here. But I know all of them. I have worked with all of them over the years. They are a varied group. Their time...

Letters to the Editor

Thanks to you and your staff as always. As people comment to me about your new cover (an additional thanks) they always include a word about what a great job you do with the entire magazine, your writers and their articles, very interesting and professional, and the new format…a...

Quichu Isais, Maestra Extraordinairia

By Carol Dyer Today I had the privilege of speaking with my next-door neighbor, Quichu Isais, maestra extraordinairia, about her music career and the new mural painted by Colectivo TOMATE , on Independencia street, depicting her image. Maestra Quichu and the word piano are synonymous...

Beach Volleyball to Return to La Paz April 7th-10th

By Russ Ham Beach volleyball returns to the playas of La Paz in April. NORCECA, the continental volleyball confederation, is including a stop in La Paz. Five days of beach volleyball will be played on sand courts along the malecón beginning April 7th. Nubia Esthela...

FOUNDING FESTIVAL Of LA PAZ – May 3rd to the 5th, 2017

MAY 3-5 FOUNDING FESTIVAL: The city of La Paz marks the anniversary of its founding with cultural and artistic activities May 3-5, including a dramatization of the arrival of Hernán Cortés, the coronation of the festival queen, performances of dance, theatre and music, as well...

It is Semana Santa in Mexico

It is Semana Santa in Mexico, which means it’s vacation time! Semana Santa is a big deal in Mexico and a tradition that cannot be ignored or go unnoticed. During the days leading up to Easter Sunday, downtown will be cleared out, beaches will start...