How to know what’s going on in Mazatlán

February 27, 2014

Wherever you live you want to know what’s going on in your community, don’t you?  We have a lot of great resources here in Mazatlán to keep us in the know, but for me, Facebook beats all.  Many people scorn Facebook but it really is an excellent source of information.  At the top of this post is a screen grab of the Antonio Haas theater’s sharing of Camino al Teatro’s upcoming show.  We attended their fabulous performance of Hairspray the other night and I want to make sure that I don’t miss anything they do in the future… and liking their Facebook page is a great way to do that.

I thought I’d share some of my most essential Facebook pages with you here.  You don’t need to join Facebook and have friends and post pictures of what you had for breakfast to take advantage of the information offered here.  Just join and then “LIKE” or “FOLLOW” the pages to get their information on your news feed.  The links below are only a taste of what is available.  My links are pretty Centro oriented but you can search and find all your favorite places.  Since many businesses here don’t have a website, Facebook is where you can find out more about them. Have fun!

Organizations: Hospice Mazatlán, Amigos de los Animales, Organic Market, Avefest Mazatlán, El Recreo, Las Palomas Mesetas, Mazatlán Animal Rescue, Street Dog to Service Dog, Vecinos con Cariño, Mazatlán Tourist Aid Volunteers

News/Information: Countdown to Mexico, (of course!) M! Magazine, Mazatlán Life, Pacific Pearl, Agenda Mazatlán, Mazatlán My City, Secretary of Tourism, Mazatlán Ay Mi Mazatlán

Restaurants/Bars: Angelina’s Latin Kitchen, Baja Style, El Burro, Delirium Tacos, El Aljibe de San Pedro, Shrimp Bucket, La Mona Centro, Macaws, Molika, Restaurants of Mazatlán, Panamá, Surf’s Up, Water’s Edge Bistro, Zab Thai, Pedro and Lola’s, La Bohemia, Allegro Cafe, El Fish Market, El Presidio Cocina de México, La Catrina, Morena’s Urban Tapas Bar, Rico’s Coffee

Services: Athina Spa, Baikas Bike Rentals, Recycling Mazatlán, Tippy Toes, Villa Margarita

Arts and Culture: Camino al TeatroBaupres Gallery, Carnaval International, Cultura Mazatlán, LOOK Gallery & Shop, LUNA Arte Contemporaneo, Mazatlán Film & Theater, Monotype in Mazatlán, Teatro Antonio Haas, Nidart

Government: Carlos Felton (Mayor), Centro Historico, Francisco Cordova (Tourism director), Mazatlán International Center

Hotels and Bed & Breakfasts: Casa de Leyendas, El Sol La Vida,  La Rosa de Las Barras, Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay, Belmar, The Jonathon, Old Mazatlán Inn, El Cid Resorts

Retail: Mercado VerdeCasa Etnika, Culinary Market, Fruta Rica, Casa del Caracol Bookstore, Mazatlán Solar

Medical: CEMEQClinica Siglo XXI, Laboratorio Benitez Torres, Sharp Hospital, Alvarez & Arrazola Radiology

Odds & Ends: Democrats Abroad, Orgullo de Mazatlán, Furrari Pet Sitting, Kayak Mazatlán, Sinaloa Se Siente, Ciclo Club Mazatlán

Musicians: Fernando Shann, La Falsa Orquesta Cubana, Rob Lamonica, Brent Mcathey, Tanya Carrum, Cheryl Gaudet, Chuy Lizarraga, Banda El Recodo

There are a couple of groups I’d suggest you join, too.  But don’t forget also that we have an exhaustive list of Mazatlan links on our @Maz page in the menu bar at the top of the page.

Rescatemos Mazatlán is a group that is dedicated to making Mazatlan a better place.  Mostly in Spanish.

Find it Here Mazatlán is a non-commercial buy and sell group.


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5 Comments
    1. A very useful and informational post! Thank you!

      1. Peter, You’re welcome, hope you find some pages you like.

        Kim, I know a lot of people resist FB but for me it is the only way to find out about some things – especially since lots of events and music etc happen here with short notice. Cultura is really consistent with putting their events on FB and all the smaller venues and restaurants use it for daily specials and that kind of thing. But I also love the social aspect – where someone posts pictures of an event, or says “going to Stone Island, who wants to join me” or something like that.

    1. Interesting. I have fairly firmly resisted joining Facebook for privacy reasons. In fact, it was something of a mental paradigm leap for me to start my blog. But you’ve now given me yet one more reason to consider joining FB.

      Saludos,

      Kim G
      Boston, MA
      Where maybe, just maybe, we are getting a smidgen less paranoid, LOL.

    1. I agree with KIm. We never joined due to privacy reasons. So if one only likes or follows information pages does that mean we won’t be getting “invites’ to sign up with people?

      1. Contessa, You can control who can send you friend invitations. I just took a quick look at mine and you can say only “friends of friends” can send you invitations… and if you don’t have any friends then that means that no one can. I’m not trying to convince you to do it but I like it myself.

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