Following is a poignant piece by Jack Hecker, a good friend to Puerto Peñasco, and to many expatriots and locals living in our little slice of paradise by the sea. Enjoy…. It was with a heavy heart that I headed the car north toward the border that early September morning. The end of a great […]
Semana Santa (Holy Week), the week leading up to Easter Sunday, is a Mexican national vacation week and traditionally brings the largest number of tourists into our otherwise peaceful little paradise by the sea. This year certainly kept the tradition alive with an estimated 135,000 visitors merging with the local population of around 60,000, pouring […]
Each June Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers bring more entertainment to their four-day Circus Mexicus Rock and Roll Festival. Peacemaker fans have come to anticipate a greater experience each year. This year the organizers have raised the bar to a level that is going to be hard to follow. This year could be the breakthrough […]
Successes tallied by the well selected and trained group of mostly young professionals that make up the TAU are mounting daily in diverse areas from first responders at accident sites to roadside assistance and much more. No matter where they help, their presence is a much appreciated addition to the city’s service corps. You can […]
There were so many great parties going on in Puerto Peñasco on New Year’s Eve that we thought, what a great night to go party crashing. The “we” includes my comrade and in crime, Mark Olszewski, who took every photo in this story, swings a mean camera and catches the most unsuspecting innocents in some great poses, […]
CHARITIES, MISSIONARIES AND LOCAL EVENTS PACKED MAY, AND WILL MAKE JUNE JUMP WITH FUN AND LOCAL EVENTS!
To some, it will be an epicurean dream, to others, simply one of the best, if not the best, meals they’ve ever enjoyed,
FISH. The Restaurant is a dining adventure by internationally revered Chef Luca Appendino, located in the same venue where The Lighthouse Restaurant offered its fare for so many years.
Sandy Spain and Barb Olszewski get together every year and throw a great old fashioned pancake breakfast and silent auction that raises money to pay the electric bills to keep the non-profit Esperanza Para Nueva Vida Community Center in San Rafael open during the summer. This has kept the kids off the streets and the parents learning skills such as sewing, haircutting and computer use for years…
From early evening throngs of visitors moved in waves toward the Malecon for sunset, more beers and even more bandas and music, making the weekend one wild, colorful, continuous national Mexican party…These photos show that even the adjusted projections may not have been high enough.
Dates are set, tickets are selling at a quick pace, and RCPM is surely already looking forward to wrapping up their Spring tour at their favorite 3rd World cantina. There are ten other bands invited by Roger & The Peacemakers to join them at Circus Mexicus this year. It’s not unusual for them to invite […]