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5th Annual Los Cabos Film Festival in Full Swing

5th Annual Los Cabos Film Festival in Full Swing 5th Annual Los Cabos Film Festival in Full Swing –  Three days in, the Los Cabos International Film Festival is in full swing. Last night’s gala screening of Snowden at El Pabellón Cultural de la República featured an appearance by the film’s director, Oliver Stone, to […]

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5th Annual Los Cabos Film Fest Kicks Off in Cabo San Lucas

5th Annual Los Cabos Film Fest Kicks Off in Cabo San Lucas 5th Annual Los Cabos Film Fest Kicks Off Cabo San Lucas – The Los Cabos International Film Festival returned for its 5th edition on Wednesday evening, kicking off what is expected to be another banner year with a red carpet gala at El […]

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A Brief History of Los Cabos, Pt. VIII: Filibusters, Freebooters and Rebels

The period from 1850-1900 was a defining epoch for the Baja California peninsula. From the end of the Mexican-American War–when the territory was narrowly saved from inclusion in the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo–to the end of the 19th century, Baja California was the object of intense scrutiny from American interests, who attempted to extract money […]

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A Brief History of Los Cabos, Pt. VIII: Filibusters, Freebooters, Rebels

A Brief History of Los Cabos, Pt. VIII: Filibusters, Freebooters and Rebels The period from 1850-1900 was a defining epoch for the Baja California peninsula. From the end of the Mexican-American War–when the territory was narrowly saved from inclusion in the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo–to the end of the 19th century, Baja California was the […]

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Timeline Los Cabos History 13000 bce 1900

Timeline Los Cabos History 13000 bce 1900 Timeline Los Cabos History 13000 bce 1900 – 13,000 BCE – Estimated arrival date for the Pericúes in present day Baja California Sur. It is believed that Cape Region’s first inhabitants came by raft from Melanesia. 1492 – Cristóbal Colón “discovers” the Americas, coming ashore at San Salvador […]

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Los Cabos Well Served By First-Ever ATP Tennis Tournament

Ivo Karlović took top honors in the singles final at the inaugural ATP 250 Los Cabos Open on Saturday night, defeating Feliciano López 7-6, 6-2 in front of an appreciative crowd at the newly built Estadio Pegaso in Cabo San Lucas. The match featured the oldest combined ages between finalists on the ATP tour since […]

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A Brief History of Los Cabos, Pt. VI: The End of the Mission System and the Birth of Cabo San Lucas

A Brief History of Los Cabos, Pt. VI: The End of the Mission System and the Birth of Cabo San Lucas Learn more about the history of Cabo San Lucas and the Los Cabos area of Baja California Sur, Mexico. As the 19th century dawned in Baja California, the peninsular population was suffering on a number […]

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A Brief History of Los Cabos, Pt. V: The Arrival of Franciscan and Dominican Missionaries in California

A Brief History of Los Cabos, Pt. V: The Arrival of Franciscan and Dominican Missionaries in California Learn more about the history of Cabo San Lucas 
and the Los Cabos area of Baja California Sur, Mexico. On the final day of November in the year 1767, a ship carrying the first appointed governor of California, Don […]

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Los Cabos Children´s Foundation

Los Cabos Children´s Foundation Receives $149,000 M.X. Donation Philanthropy is alive and well in Los Cabos. This week, representatives from Hotel Sheraton presented a check for $149,000 M.X. to the Los Cabos Children’s Foundation. These proceeds came from ticket sales from March’s hugely popular wine and cheese festival.         Among those in […]

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Los Cabos Open Water Challenge

Los Cabos Open Water Challenge The City of Los Cabos and SwimCabo’s 3rd annual Los Cabos Open Water Challenge, set for Saturday, April 30, 2016, will feature an expanded set of races that will once again start and finish at the Palmilla Beach next to Costa Azul. The first wave of competitive swimmers will enter […]

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