Dear Baja Report, Mexico Living's Baja California April 2010 edition is now available.
The Blues & Arts in San Felipe this past Saturday was a great event with great blues bands and spectacular artists. The day got off to a windy start, but it calmed by early afternoon and turned into a day to experience and remember. (See the reports below).
This weekend should be equally festive throughout Baja, so play cheerfully and have a happy and safe Semana Santa.
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San Felipe Blues & Arts on KYMA Channel 11 in Yuma. The San Felipe had over 2000 blues and arts fans attend this years annual festival. One of this years sponsors was KYMA of Yuma, here is their report on the event. WATCH THE BROADCAST
South Campos Annual Poker Run! April 3, 2010 9am - 2pm $25 Entry fee, which includes t-shirt and drink tickets. 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes for Poker Hands. Check-in/Registration between 9-10AM at the South Campo Community Center, Km 35.5. Hot Dog/Hamburger/French Fries lunch to follow for $5. Drinks $1. Call Carol Reams at 686-111-1021 for more information.
Cena Mexicana At La Esquina Saturday, April 3rd - The tourism students at the local high school (CECYT) would like to invite you to an authentic Mexican dinner at La Esquina at 6:30 p.m. Their goal is to sell all the tickets in advance so they can ensure a full house. Tickets are 180 pesos and include appetizers, dinner (chicken or fish), raffle tickets for Mexican items, and a performance by
Thu Apr 1, 2010 10am - 1pm TS-Organic Fruit And Vegetable Stand Where: Todos Santos BCS Mexico 1pm - 4pm TS- Live Mexican Music at Hotel California Where: Todos Santos BCS Mexico 5pm - 8pm L-Augie's Bar & Bait Shop Happy Hour Where: Loreto BCS 5pm - 10pm TS-Sushi Night at Mario's Bar Where: Todos Santos BCS Mexico 6:30pm - 9:30pm SF-La Vaquita Presents: Isaac Diaz Acoustic Where: San Felipe
Loreto Ladies Birthday Luncheon Date: April 8th, 2010 Time: Noon Place: Canipole Restaurant - Bar located behind the City Hall and the Church "Mission" Price: $110.00 pesos (Tip, Sodas and Alcoholic Beverages not included) Menu: Nopal Salad, Tamales Oaxacas with Mole Salsa, Lemonade or Coffee, & Flan. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call my cell 613-111-0752 by April 5, 2010.
Conociendo Nuestras Bellezas--Naturales (Getting To Know Our Natural Beauties) as named by the students from CAM Loreto. Students from CAM Loreto will be part of a field trip on Friday, April 16th developed to expose children with disabilities to recreational activities such as wildlife observation, snorkeling and kayaking. This field trip will take the children to Isla Coranado to explore the
Mexico Cracking Down on Capital Gains Taxby Kevin Brass, International Property Journal Changes in Mexico's tax laws have made it more difficult for foreigners selling real estate to avoid the country's steep capital gains tax, which can run as high as 30 percent. Under the new rules, homeowners must prove the house has been their primary residence for at least five years to qualify for an
by Karri Moser In February 2009, legislation was passed requiring every cell phone number in Mexico to be registered to an individual. The law officially goes into effect on April 1, but cell phone providers have had a year to get the word out. If you have purchased a phone since April 2009, you do not need to take any further action. Registering a phone can easily be done through your
Monthly features appearing in Mexico Living's Baja California guide during the month of March.
Crossing the Sea of Cortez by Anna Cearley-Rivas
Boat trips...The idea of crossing the Sea of Cortez (Gulf of California) by boat was alluring to me, in part because I didn’t know anyone else who had taken the 8–10 hour ferry trip between Guaymas, Sonora, and the Baja peninsula.READ FEATURE
Water is Worth More Than Gold
by Karri Moser “Water is worth more than gold” is the rallying cry that has worked to halt, at least temporarily so, the Paredones Amarillos open pit gold mine project. The residents of Baja California Sur have opposed Vista Gold Corporation's plan to obtain the permits and rights to extract gold from the La Paz area. . READ FEATURE
Mariachis – The Tempo of Mexico by Greg Niemann
The uplifting sounds and homey folk lyrics of mariachi music has become an integral part of Mexican culture and history. Indeed, it appears the entire Mexican psyche is interwoven with the brassy and bold tempo produced by sombrero-clad men in tight-fitting pants, frilly shirts and waist-length jackets. READ FEATURE
2010 San Felipe Blues & Arts Fiesta
This year's Blues & Arts was a great success and more than 2000 people enjoyed the best blues music and amazing art across all mediums. FIND OUT MORE ABOUT BLUES & ARTS
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