News by ‘BajaCitizen’

La Paz Farmers Market

The La Paz Farmers Market has an assortment of vendors that sell organic produce, baked goods, other home-made foods and some crafts on Madero Street between 5 de Mayo and Constitución. The market is Tuesday and Saturday from about 9am to noon, all year round!

Five Great Ways to Meet People in La Paz

By Heather Borquez Are you new to La Paz? Want to meet some of the cool and interesting characters who live here? Below are five great ways to meet people in La Paz. Hang out on the malecón! Sit on one of the benches on...

How to Rescue a Baja Dog

Hundreds of abandoned dogs are finding new homes thanks to dedicated volunteers. Here’s how you can help. By Rebecca MacDonald Spend any time at all in Baja and you see them: trotting alongside the highway, roaming the streets of Baja’s cities and towns, even waiting...

Don’t Worry about Cooking This Christmas! Head to Rincon Gourmet.

Make Christmas and New Year’s easy this year in La Paz. Head to Rincon Gourmet on Abasolo, across from Chedraui Colima and place your order for your holiday meal.

Francisco Merino at Casa Parra in La Paz – December 20th

Casa Parra invites you to Francisco Merinos latest art exhibition. Wednesday, December 20 from 6 PM – 8 PM 413 Independencia between Revolución and Serdan

TOYS FOR THE CHILDREN OF FANLAP 2017 at CostaBaja

This is the season to give, to share and to love…not only our own loved ones, but also those who live in poverty. As in other years, Costa Baja has organized a collection of toys for the children of FANLAP (Fundación Ayuda Niños La Paz,...

10 Places to Visit In and Around La Paz

By Flavia Faustini The entire Municipality of La Paz has become the ultimate snowbird hangout with warm temperatures during the day and cooler evenings along with its beautiful natural resources and laid back culture. There are several must-visit places while here in the Baja than...

The Powerful Story of Christian Schleifer

By Judy Ristity Pizza – that was what I was fantasizing about as we drove to El Triunfo, but first we’d catch a concert at the piano museum. We never made it to the restaurant. My pizza-related-thoughts evaporated when Christian Schleifer’s fingers made contact with...

Christmas Tianguis Have Taken Over Downtown La Paz

TBC Drive with precaution if you are heading downtown in the next few weeks. The traditional La Paz Christmas Tianguis have taken over several blocks of historic downtown La Paz, making driving and parking a little more hazardous. The Tianguis, or open-air street stands, can...

Helping Restore Reef Fish in the Archipelago Espíritu Santo National Park

Only 14 miles from the city of La Paz lies the archipelago known as Espíritu Santo, one of the most beautiful island groups in all the Sea of Cortez. The beautiful landscape and bays make the islands a highly desirable destination for locals and visitors...