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Sculpture Walk at Chapala Waterfront

Four imposing stone figures created during last January’s open-air sculptors’ workshop are now on permanent display along the western leg of Chapala’s waterfront Malecón.

LLT mystery keeps audience guessing

Lakeside Little Theatre (LLT) certainly chose an excellent show to open its 51st season. “Murder by Misadventure,” directed by Debra Bowers, is a mystery full of suspense and clever twists and turns, which grabs and then grips the audience’s attention throughout.

Cochera Cultural brings grandmother’s tale to life

“Queen Xochitl, the woman with the golden velvety skin came to bathe in the enchanted water hole … Alone in her meditations, she heard the musical sound of a drop of water falling from the grotto ceiling, ‘Xic Xic.’

Sangre Viva fest highlights Mexico’s cultural roots

An extravaganza of music, dance, theater, handicrafts and customs derived from Mexico’s ancient roots will take the forefront during the Festival Cultural Sangre Viva to be held October 9 through 11 at the Ajijic plaza.

Ajijic Cultural Center director departs in a blaze of glory

The back-to-back inaugurations of a museum display of archeological relics and the newly refurbished theater stage were highlights of the kick-off of a series of special events programmed for the tail end of September by Efren González, out-going director of the Centro Cultural de Ajijic (CCA). 

Ajijic Cultural Center to host photo exhibit

Foto Septiembre, an annual photo exhibit featuring the work of many of the area’s top photographers,  opens Saturday, September 19, 6 p.m. at the Ajijic Cultural Center on the plaza.