Day

October 20, 2014
Marco Antonio Caudillo acts and directs the collection of short stories adopted from “El Llano en Llamas” by Rulfo in 1953. (The Burning Plain) The monologue will plays-out every Tuesday at 6 PM in the Cuele Cultural Center Auditorium, beginning October 22. “Macario” is an example of the literary movement of “Magic Realism”. Written like...
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After attending to the medical needs of a hawk that crashed into a window at Garza Blanca last Saturday, the Department of Environment and Ecology of Puerto Vallarta reintegrated the bird back into its natural habitat in the area of Palo Maria. Juan José Navarro Amaral, head of the Environment and Ecology, said the rescue...
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The dog had no shade and had clearly not eaten in weeks. “He said ‘there’s this dog that doesn’t look so great down on the beach’,” said Richardson. She went back with her husband to look at the dog and at first she thought the dog was dead. “Tops the worst I’ve ever seen,” said...
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Medical students from CUC taught participants self-examination, and education about breast cancer, the importance of mammograms, at risk individuals, and family history. The event was a success and included information about breast cancer for both men and women. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease....
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Shareholders will vote on the proposal at a special meeting on Nov. 4, the company said. It did not specify the size of the capital raise. Alfa’s shares fell 4.25 percent to 39.4 pesos in early trading on Monday. Earlier this year, Mexico finalized an energy reform that ends the decades-old monopolies of state-owned oil...
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One eyewitness to the Sept. 26 abduction of 43 students in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero has recounted that at least some of the youths were burned alive, a prominent priest and human rights activist said Friday. The Rev. Alejandro Solalinde, known for his advocacy on behalf of undocumented Central American migrants, cited concerns...
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It was the first major port in Mexico and was the centre of gas and oil production for decades, both of which brought in great wealth to the city and led to the construction of the majestic historic centre, with grand European 19th and 20th century architecture that rivaled New Orleans. When the oil dried...
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Six people have died as Tropical Storm Trudy – since downgraded to a tropical depression – lashes Mexico, prompting evacuations and stranding 16 towns. The heavy rain caused a landslide on a farm in the indigenous town of Tlacoachistlahuaca in the southern state of Guerrero, killing a 23-year-old man, a civil protection official told local...
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