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Beautiful Chapala

"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."


 

 

 

Mexico's Leading English Language Publication

 

THE THEFT OF HISTORY

  • About one of the oldest cities in the world and how ISIS is erasing history in order to rewrite it.

 

 

 

THE BATTLE OF CHARLOTTESVILLE

Putting the Battle of Charlottesville in perspective, and as a wise man once said, “The truth hurts.”

 

 

 

 

CHRISTIAN, THE LION

A true story that anyone who ever saw the movie Born Free will love.

 

HISTORY SAYS THAT A MAN DISCOVERED THE CLITORIS

This female writer touches on a very delicate subject, one which makes us hope that our readers have not lost their sense of humor.

 

THE HOUSE ON THE HILL

All about a house on a hill that was touched by both magic and mystery that affected both humans and animals.

 

THE BEARS ARE CRYING

About an unforgettable experience that happened many years ago when the writer was a first-year teacher on the Navaho Reservation in New Mexico.

 

LAKESIDE LIVING

 

Viva Bus Trips to Teatro Diana for the Met Opera

Saturday October 7 Norma by Bellini, with Sondra Radvanovsky as Norma and Joyce DiDonato as Adalgisa................

 

 

LAKE CHAPALA SOCIETY

 

LCS Campus: Planning for the Future
The LCS Board of Directors has been working to address our aging campus infrastructure and prepare for the future growth of our organization as the baby boomers in the U.S. and Canada retire in record numbers...................

 

 

Mid-Month Bonus

 

The Presentation

Rob Mohr’s metaphysical story is a charming fantasy that is sure to tempt our readers to look beyond the physical at what lies in the deep pools of their imagination.

 

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A BALLOON IN CACTUS By Maggie Van Ostrand Meant For Each Other   Of the many experiences during my first years in San Antonio Tlay., one favorite
BRIDGE BY THE LAKE By Ken Masson   One of the first things aspiring bridge players learn is that when you play in a suit contract you can often
UNCOMMON COMMON SENSE By Bill Frayer The Sometimes Slippery Truth   As I sit here to prepare this month’s column, the media is afire with the
Wondrous Wildlife By Vern and Lori Gieger Not so Merry Black widow   Mexico is home to an array of insects and spiders, one of the most dreaded
Wordwise With Pithy Wit By Tom Clarkson   This morning, my pal F.T. – who shared the Iraq experience with me during my third trek there – forwarded
LAKESIDE LIVING Kay Davis Phone: 376 – 108 – 0278 (or 765 – 3676 to leave messages) Email: kdavis987@gmail.com November
Front Row Center By Michael Warren    The Pajama Game By Richard Adler and Jerry Ross Directed by Peggy Lord Chilton Music directed
Every Word  Important By Herbert W. Piekow   Every word a writer writes has meaning yes, sometimes they never get published or the book
LEGERDEMAIN—Italian Style By Jim Rambologna   Enzio Grattani was the Editor-in-Chief of a local rivista (or magazine) in Ajiermo, Italy. Locals

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