This edition is pretty big – at eight stories – and every single one is worth reading.
They say that if you want to know a place – a town, a nation, even a street – then you make a point to pick up its newspaper and get acquainted. For those of you that want to know more about Puerto Peñasco – a town whose very identity is changing at a breakneck pace – there’s probably no single better starting point then De Frente.
In this issue: the National Workers Union – protesting the ongoing problem of preserving the public’s access to the beaches amidst all the beach privitazation – tore down a fence blocking access to Hermosa Beach and occupied the site to make their greivances known. And then they all got arrested.
There’s also the Malecon and the Don Colosio plaza getting razed – again – to beautify it for an upcoming governor’s conference, the ongoing saga of Peñasco’s water struggles, the history of De Frente, and the Proyecto Sonora, among other stories – all available at defrente.puerto-penasco.com.