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U.S. expats want tourists to return to Baja California
21 March 12 11:52 AM
ENSENADA In their campaign to bring back U.S. visitors, Baja California authorities are increasingly looking to a new source of support: testimonials from members of the state’s U.S. expatriate community. Tillie Foster, 79, is a U.S. expatriate Read More...
Film set in World War II being shot in Baja California
29 August 11 01:08 PM
Written by Sandra Dibble A movie set in California during World War II is being shot in Baja California, generating an estimated $14 million investment to the state and bringing new hope to the region’s lagging film industry. Filmmaker Eduardo Verástegui Read More...
The culinary buzz in Tijuana
06 April 11 12:02 PM
Recovering economy, greater sense of safety pushing revitalization of all kinds of eateries By Sandra Dibble pv["p.a_3"] = " "; , UNION-TRIBUNE Photo by Sean M. Haffey “We have a unique opportunity to create a cuisine for Baja California,” Read More...
Tijuana at 30 miles per hour
01 September 10 11:58 AM
Sandra Dibble holds a cup of clamato juice, a popular treat in Baja California , on Sunday in Rosarito Beach. By Sandra Dibble UNION-TRIBUNE Monday, August 30, 2010 This was a difficult assignment: In the space of just a few hours, give my new editor, Read More...
Magazine: Rancho La Puerta best spa in world
23 July 10 11:59 AM
By Sandra Dibble, UNION-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER Thursday, July 15, 2010 at 10:10 p.m. Rancho La Puerta in Tecate had seen demand for its high-end spa services drop during the recession, but has recaptured that lost U.S. clientele in recent months. Now more Read More...

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