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January 12, 2015
The Japanese automaker has already completed initial feasibility studies in both China and Mexico, according to those executives, and “the teams are ready to execute,” as one of them put it. The sources spoke over the last few weeks. Jim Lentz, head of Toyota’s North American operations, said on Monday that after “a three-year hold”...
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Popular U.S. boy band Well-Strung will make their second appearance at The Palm Cabaret and Bar, combining classical and pop music through strings and vocals. January 19th – February 6th. This hunky all-male string quartet features classically trained musicians who sing and play stringed instruments, putting their unique spin on the music of Mozart, Vivaldi,...
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Luis Lujan and Andrea Mottura of Bohemia Viva spice up the stage at The Palm Cabaret and Bar for a second season, appearing January 18th –  February 3rd, 2015. This Argentinian duo is on fire with wonderful energy, incredible voices, and an eclectic style that takes you on a special musical journey that you’ll not...
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This city on the border with California has for a fourth time blocked a gay couple from marrying in defiance of an order from Mexico’s Supreme Court, the men’s lawyer said Friday. Attorney Jose Luis Marquez Saavedra said he has filed a complaint against Mexicali’s mayor and other officials seeking to force them to let...
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The National Research Institute for Forestry, Agriculture and Livestock (INIFAP) has introduced the “Irina” variety to growers in Alzayanca, Tlaxcala, and the fruit will also be validated in the sierra regions of Puebla, Queretaro and Zacatecas. In a release, the Secretary of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fishing and Food (SAGARPA) said the variety ripened in...
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Sunday was the annual “No Pants Subway Ride” in Mexico City where some metro riders stripped off their pants before hopping on the city train. The event first took place in New York City in 2001 and since then has gained popularity worldwide as it’s now considered an international event. The mission started as a...
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The business organization of COPARMEX has called upon Mayor Ramón Martínez Guerrero to fulfill his commitment to cleaning up the city in his last eight months of office. COPARMEX leader Arnulfo Ortega says that there is trash everywhere in the city and street lights that have not functioned in over a year that are leaving...
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