Los Cabos. Where the sun bakes the sand like a tequila-glazed churro, and the turquoise waves whisper secrets of whales and forgotten pirate treasure. But beneath the postcard-perfect paradise, a curious concoction of news simmers like a pot of al pastor simmering on the back burner. So, grab your sombrero and a margarita (with extra salt, for later) because we're diving into the juiciest headlines Los Cabos has to offer this month:
1. Neon Ninjas vs. Tabletop Taboos: The Los Cabos Business Association is on a warpath against, well, war paint. They've taken aim at nightclub signs they deem “offensive” and “too direct” for delicate tourist sensibilities. Think neon sirens screaming “Topless Tuesdays!” and pole dancers more enthusiastic than a chihuahua at a chihuahua fashion show. The association wants the “topless” toned down, the neon tamed, and the overall vibe to channel a classier Cabo, where the only things exposed are sun-kissed shoulders and toes digging into the sand.