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May 25, 2014
The Imperial Russian Ballet Company will perform a work based on Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes’s classic “Don Quixote” in Mexico next month, organizers said. More than 50 dancers will take to the stage on June 5 at Mexico City’s Teatro Metropolitan to perform in the work about the chivalrous gentleman from Spain’s La Mancha...
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Violence continues in Mexico with drug cartels battling government forces over control of various areas all over the country. Though there has been some success, many in the United States view Mexico as a nation plagued with drug lords battling police men on the streets while the innocent continue to be massacred and kidnapped. As...
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I owned too many sailboats, including one I lived on in Antigua before moving to Napa Valley. I also was once a contributing editor to Sail magazine. Of course, I also write about wine all the time. But let’s be honest: The big draw was Puerto Vallarta itself. I hadn’t been there in almost 30...
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Mexico continues to be a hotspot for tourism — and a favorite among American travelers — and the Mexican government recently announced a massive spending program to continue the upward surge. The extensive plans will focus on new infrastructure projects to upgrade roads, ports, telecommunications, water and energy facilities to sustain the country’s growth in...
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What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word “Mexico?” I would be willing to bet it is either illegal immigration, drug violence, or poverty. Maybe Cancun if that’s where you spent your Spring Break. Nonetheless, the fact is that my nation’s reputation in the United States is a negative...
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