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Mexicans Give The Shout of Independence at Sheraton

Mexicans Give The Shout Of Independence at Sheraton Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S.  September 15, 2017. Mexicans Give The Shout Of Independence Sheraton – At 8:00 p.m. this Friday, September 15, the night was dressed in colors and let Mexican traditions flutter in it, to the rhythm of the mariachis and the noise of hundreds of […]

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East Cape, Los Barrilles, Cabo Pulmo Aerial Photos

Aerial photos of the East Cape, Los Frailes, and Cabo Pulmo July 2017. These photographs were taken from a powered glider flown from Cabo San Lucas on July 03, 2017. Photos show views of part of the East Cape shoreline, Los Frailes, and Cabo Pulmo areas in Baja California Sur, Mexico. • Los Cabos Images, Photos & Pictures […]

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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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Celebrating México: Independence Day Events in Los Cabos

Tourist season is virtually year-round at this point, but a traditional start to the season is still delineated each October, when there are a flurry of notable events. This year alone there are three big-time fishing tournaments–the Los Cabos Billfish Tournament, and Bisbee’s Los Cabos Offshore and Black and Blue–a series of Sammy Hagar Birthday […]

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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

As the 19th century dawned in Baja California, the peninsular population was suffering on a number of fronts. The settling of Alta California had siphoned off many of its most talented soldiers and missionaries, not to mention much of its accumulated resources. The War for Independence from Spain, far from helping matters, had cut off […]

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

On the final day of November in the year 1767, a ship carrying the first appointed governor of California, Don Gaspar de Portolá, dropped anchor in San Bernabé harbor, near the abandoned mission of San José del Cabo. The new governor had been bound for the capital of Loreto, but during his 44 days at […]

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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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