News, Interviews, Events From The World's Best Climate, Lake Chapala
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La Zayaca, a character from the Ajijic carnival!
"Forget wondering what life is really like in Mexico, read "El Ojo del Lago" and get a first hand look through the eyes of the largest English-speaking community living outside Canada and the U.S. today."
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Dr. Lorin Swinehart takes this religiously special time of year to look more closely at the man who is arguably the most fascinating person in all of the New Testament: Judas Iscariot
Katie B. Goode begins her offbeat article with this admonition: Be kind to people with bad habits. Yours may be equally disgusting to them.
Patricia Guy remembers that one of the most unforgettable things about her mother were her hands.
Mark Sconce recently found a letter that his father had written in 1932—about something that is still a source of humor all these years later.
Scott Richards and his wife visited 21 countries, looking for their retirement “Shangrila” before coming to realize that such a place is not only a geographical location but a state-of-mind, as well.
Kathy Koches grew up in Los Angeles and often went to the word-famous Griffith Park Observatory—and in doing so became a life-long fan of Carl Sagan. But in ending her short article, Kathy remembers a quote not of Sagan’s but of Vincent Van Gogh: “I know nothing with any certainty, but the sight of stars makes me dream.”
Sunday morning finds Lakeside residents at the Lake Chapala Society and Open Circle, a forum on a variety of stimulating topics. A social hour with coffee and snacks at 10 am is followed by an interesting lecture and discussion at 10:30.......
Robert Drynan’s Contempt is a searing look back at an official Pentagon hearing about women in the military which took place during the war in Iraq. Drynan, a former officer in the US Army, knows whereof he writes—and the upshot is downright distressing.
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