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  • Foodgarder Market in Plaza Rio: Something for Everybody

    Foodgarder Market in Plaza Rio: Something for Everybody

    Por: Cal Trimble   |   Hace 1 día

    A gourmet food court and market with more options to come

    You are out with a large group of friends or your family, and you can't agree on a place to eat. One person wants pizza, the other wants tacos, another wants seafood, another has a hankering for fondue, and yet another wants felafel and hummus. The good news is that there is something for everybody at Foodgarden Market in Plaza Rio. From the creators of the local favorite, Foodgarden ,...

  • Rosarito Art Fest 2015 Attracts Talent From Near and Far

    Rosarito Art Fest 2015 Attracts Talent From Near and Far

    Por: Jennifer Kramer   |   Hace 2 días

    The largest art fair in Northern Baja returns for its sixth edition

    ROSARITO.- For the sixth year in a row, the Rosarito Art Fest will again consume the streets of Rosarito over Memorial Day Weekend with a festive display of art, food, drinks and live entertainment. The art fest is one of the largest annual events in Rosarito, and it’s also one of the most beloved. Festival organizer (and godfather of the local Rosarito art scene), Benito Del Aguila, got...

  • Little Boy Film Premieres in the United States

    Little Boy Film Premieres in the United States

    Por: Cal Trimble   |   Hace 2 días

    Film shot at Baja Film Studios in Rosarito and nearby locations, featuring hundreds of local extras

    “Little Boy” opens Friday, April 24th, nationwide in the U.S. and at multiple locations throughout San Diego County. The movie was filmed in Baja Film Studios in Rosarito, Baja California and is widely anticipated by the local community. No date has been announced for the launch of the movie in Mexico, where the film will be titled "El Gran Pequeño". “Little Boy” is a story of...

  • Today on International Book Day, Let s Give Out Books and Flowers!

    Today on International Book Day, Let's Give Out Books and Flowers!

    Por: Diana Rodríguez   |   Hace 3 días

    April 23rd is Saint Jordi's day

    Every year on April 23rd we celebrate Saint George , patron of countries such as Bulgaria, England, Spain and Argentina. Saint Jordi as it's called in Catalonia, is considered a saint patron for all of those who are in love, kind of the European version of Cupid. According to legend, a long time ago in Cappadocia, lived a dragon that attacked the realm and its habitants had to offer a...

  • Mexicans Can Now Travel To Canada With Their U.S. Visas

    Mexicans Can Now Travel To Canada With Their U.S. Visas

    Por: Alain González   |   Hace 4 días

    And Canadian visas will no longer be required beginning 2016

    CANADA.- On Tuesday, Canada's Government announced the expansion of their Electronic Travel Authorization program (ETA) were they included Mexican travelers. This means that, starting in the first trimester of 2016, Mexican travelers who had a Canadian visa during the last 10 years or are able to travel to the US with their tourist visas (or are also American citizens), will now be exempt...

  • Meteor Shower Will Arrive on Wednesday

    Meteor Shower Will Arrive on Wednesday

    Por: Alain González   |   Hace 5 días

    Lyrids annual shower is finally here

    WORLD.- Once night falls on Wednesday, April 22th we will able to observe Lyrids meteor shower at its fullest. Lyrids is an annual shower of shooting stars originated from the Lyra constellation, it can be appreciated from April 12th to 24th, having the 22nd as the day with maximum exposure. The number of meteors varies from 10 to 20, however in can reach up to 200, being this the...

  • Nearly 700 Migrants Died in the Mediterranean Sea After Boat Capsizes

    Nearly 700 Migrants Died in the Mediterranean Sea After Boat Capsizes

    Por: José Luis Sánchez Macías   |   Hace 6 días

    While attempting to arrive in Europe

    ITALY.- After a boat carrying nearly 700 migrants sank along between the coast of Italy and Libya during the night, this could turn out to be the worst incident regarding migrants in the history of Europe. According to media such as Reuters and AP , up until now only a handful of 24 survivors have been rescued, taking into account 650 deaths have already accumulated. “A tragedy is...

  • VIDEO| Dental Brush Lets You Know What Type Of Dental Cleaning You Need

    VIDEO| Dental Brush Lets You Know What Type Of Dental Cleaning You Need

    Por: Said Rodriguez   |   Hace 6 días

    Take advantage of their 2x $50 promo!

    Dental Brush knows that taking care of our teeth is a fundamental priority, which is why on this month they have extended their promo of 2 dental cleaning for just $50 dollars, so don’t wait any longer and visit their clinic located on near the San Ysidro Port of Entry. On this occasion, Dr. Emmanuel Leon answers some of the most important questions patients have regarding dental...

  • Hispanic Man Gets Executed in Texas

    Hispanic Man Gets Executed in Texas

    Por: Said Rodriguez   |   Hace 1 semana

    Manuel Garza was sentenced to death after killing an officer in 2001

    TEXAS.- An Hispanic man by the name of Manuel Garza was executed Tuesday evening as part of his death sentence after killing a police officer with his own gun back in 2001. Garza, from San Antonio Texas passed away 30 minutes after receiving a lethal injection. Before dying, Garza mentioned that he regretted the pain he'd caused the family and friends of officer John Riojas, who was...

  • Baja s Citizen Observatory for Public Security Presents 2014 Achievements

    Baja's Citizen Observatory for Public Security Presents 2014 Achievements

    Por: Redacción SanDiegoRed   |   Hace 1 semana

    At Cetys Universidad

    TIJUANA.- This afternoon, City Mayor Dr. Jorge Astiazarán Orcí attended the sixth orderly session of the State's Citizen Observatory for Public Security, where the main actions done by said organism regarding security were presented. During the meeting that took place at Cetys Universidad, the Mayor pointed out that despite that progress that this governmental area has achieved,...