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Fundación Astra Teaches Nutrition with Games Abrapalabra-FANLAP

By Judy Peterson In the Summer 2018 issue of the Baja Citizen, you’ll find an article written by Susan Fogel with the title “Apoyo La Paz, A Free Health Clinic Opens in El Centenario.” Since the article was published, the name of the non-profit organization...

Celebrity Singer John Davidson Sr. in La Paz!

We are proud to announce Celebrity Singer John Davidson Sr. will be performing live vip shows Friday and Saturday February 1st and 2nd, at 8pm, and Friday and Saturday February 15th and 16th. Showtime is 8pm, doors open at 7:30pm. Location: Casa Del Arbol, a...

Chef Silvia Bernardini

By Russ Ham The Foodie Scene is exploding throughout the peninsula.  The restaurants and wineries of Tijuana and the Valle de Guadalupe get much of the attention.  But La Paz offers a growing abundance of fine dining, with the ascendance of established favorites like Tres...

Whale Watching Season Has Begun In Baja California Sur

The official whale watching season for Baja California Sur has begun! The season started on December 15, 2018 and ends on May 30, 2019. Populations of close to 2,000 are expected to arrive to the waters of Baja, the regional delegate of the National Commission...

5 Traditional Mexican Christmas Foods To Enjoy This Holiday Season

By Donneley McCann  Christmas is a very joyful, colorful time in Mexico not the least of which is the smell and taste of the customary food and drink.  Here are a mere 5 suggestions foryou to try over the holidays that will add the flavors...

6 Ways to Get into the Holiday Spirit in La Paz

Christmas is one of those holidays that just seems to be filled with cheer and wonder. Luckily, the season is now upon us! We have listed below a few things you can do to celebrate the holidays here in La Paz, filling the month of...

Everything you always wanted to Know about the water in La Paz (but were afraid to ask)

By Alejandra Campos In Baja California Sur, including La Paz, we need to be very careful not to use too much water. The city of La Paz has a population of 272 711 habitants and the highest rate of population growth at the national level:...

Expats Holiday Traditions in La Paz

By Susan Fogel Young or old, the year-end holidays have a way of taking over our lives. Memories of Christmas past. The retelling of the miracle oil that lasted for eight days warms our hearts. The images of a perfect Martha Stewart-like holiday assault us....

Dia de Los Muertos… The Mexican Day of the Dead

By Linda Neil Dia de los Muertos, Day of the Dead, celebrated in Mexico and other Hispanic countries, has considerable religious significance and predates the conquest of Mexico by Hernando Cortez. The festive period begins on the night of October 31 and continues through All...

South Baja Realtors Celebrating a Decade in Business!

TBC October 8th is a very special day for Victor Granados and his wife and business partner, Edith Gonzalez. They created South Baja Realtors on this day in 2008. Celebrating a decade in business in no easy feat, especially a real estate business that was...