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Mexican President in Los Cabos Tonight to Inaugurate Resort

Date: 3/25/2014

If you’re currently in Cabo or on your way within the next day or two, don’t be surprised if you see a heavy military presence on the streets and highways. There are a large number of military personnel as well as State and Federal Police armed with military style rifles, especially...

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Los Cabos Greenfest Powers Concert By Bicycle

Date: 3/3/2014

Los Cabos has long been known as a place of stunning natural beauty, and when it comes to beach resorts, golf, fishing and partying, Cabo San Lucas has been on the cutting edge for years. Cabo is a popular destination, and a lot of money is spent here. However, Cabo isn’t...

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Record Year for Gray Whale Sightings in Baja

Date: 2/22/2014

It has been a record year for the gray whale, from the increased sightings of these majestic mammals as they passed by California on their southern migration to the number of adults counted in the destination lagoons of the Baja Peninsula to the number of newborn baby whales recorded in those...

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Music In Paradise: 3rd Annual Todos Santos Music Festival

Date: 1/9/2014

If you’re into live music, good times and great weather, you won’t want to miss the 3rd annual Todos Santos Music Festival. The festival, founded and produced by former R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck, features an eclectic group of musicians. The seven day event is spread out over two weekends, the first of which will take place this coming weekend. The first weekend of music runs from January 16 to 18. Headline performers on the first weekend include Peter Buck’s solo project; Ed Kowalczyk, the former lead singer of Live with his new band; The Minus 5, an alternative rock supergroup featuring Peter...

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Whale collides with fishing boat near Cabo

Date: 1/7/2014

Four people, including an American tourist , were injured after a collision between a fishing boat and a whale close to Cabo San Lucas , the environmental authorities reported...

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Why is the Mata Ortiz Pottery We See In Los Cabos Considered Fine Art?

Date: 10/30/2013

The seductive geometry of the ceramics from Mata Ortiz –a small village in the state of Chihuahua, Mexico– represents the most intriguing creative phenomena in Mexican folk art. It burst into the cultural scene with a force that can only be attributed to its great beauty. But the recent development and...

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Hurricane Raymond Possibly on its Way to Los Cabos

Date: 10/28/2013

Raymond will be moving northward into an environment of even stronger shear, cooler waters and drier air, which will quickly waken the hurricane during the next few days. Raymond will likely become a remnant low in 2 or 3 days and dissipate by day 5, so no alerts of tropical storm or...

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Leave Singlehood with Style! Your Bachelor or Bachelorette in Los Cabos

Date: 10/14/2013

For many, the first place that comes to mind when thinking of a destination bachelor party is Las Vegas, but as the popularity of the destination bachelor and bachelorette party grows, many are looking for something different without having to travel too far or pay too much. For many, Cabo San...

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The Magical Season of the Sea Turtle Release in Los Cabos is Here

Date: 10/12/2013

The annual sea turtle release program and events return to Los Cabos every fall season, during the months of October and November. The start of high season in tourism-dependent Cabo, ushers in the magical, early morning moments, when locals and visitors alike, join in the sea turtle release activity that is both delightful to see and unforgettable to be involved with. Children and adults both marvel at releasing, watching and taking pictures/video of the incredible, endangered species, inching their way towards establishing life out at sea. Olive Ridleys are the smallest of the sea turtle species, who generally average 100 pounds once...

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A New Mega Development Proposed in Todos Santos Called "Playa Santos"

Date: 8/30/2013

Todos Santos is a small artist, fishing and agricultural village about 40 minutes north of Cabo San Lucas via Federal Highway 19. Todos Santos was named one of Mexico’s Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns) in 2006. A new mega project called “Playa Santos” has been proposed just south of Todos Santos. The project is presented by a Mexican real estate development corporation called MIRA, a subsidiary of the Colorado-based real estate investment firm Black Creek Group. The land acquired by MIRA and Black Creek Group totals 414 hectares (1,025 acres) and spans both the west side of Highway 19 to the coastline, including...

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