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February 12, 2015
Did you grow up in an urban environment? It may have cost you a few IQ points. According to a new study out of the University of Montana, air pollution can lower children’s IQ and can have a negative impact on short-term memory. This may be especially bad news for kids growing up in areas...
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A moderate earthquake has struck off Mexico’s central Pacific coast, with no immediate reports of injuries or damage. The U.S. Geological Survey says the morning quake had a magnitude of 5.2 and was centered about 86 kilometres southwest of the town of Tomatlan. Its depth was about 40 kilometres. Civil Protection officials in Jalisco state...
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Lea DeLaria from “Orange is the New Black” will be our Vallarta Pride 2015’s Marshal As Vallarta Pride 2015’s board we are we are glad to announce that the talented comedian, jazz musician and actress LEA DELARIA will be Vallarta Pride’s Grand Marshal in our 2015 parade. That will be celebrated on May 23th 2015...
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The Riviera Nayarit’s hotel and service infrastructure was endorsed with its own share of the Diamonds presented worldwide by the AAA (American Automobile Association). Fourteen hotels and six restaurants located in Nuevo Vallarta, The Mainstream, and Punta de Mita, the Riviera Nayarit’s Glamour Peninsula, were chosen for this prestigious accolade. A total of 10 hotels...
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Dear Daily Vallarta Readers and Movers, In this February 2015 column, I am going discuss and describe a hot topic that is trending in yoga/fitness/movement circles: the topic of STRETCHING. This column will: (1) look at commonly accepted definitions of stretching (2) introduce a new definition of stretching that is based on exercise science research,...
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TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — A former U.S. Border Patrol agent who shot and wounded a Mexican man intentionally used excessive force and was not justified in opening fire, a federal judge said as he awarded the victim half a million dollars in a lawsuit. Gunfire hit Jesus Castro-Romo of Nogales, Sonora, in the stomach on...
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The surprise event of the entertainment season in Puerto Vallarta, just might be the delightful play, Greater Tuna, performed by Tracy Parks and Chaz Weathers.  Currently back at The Palm Cabaret and Bar for it’s 3rd run this winter, audiences just can’t get enough of Greater Tuna’s humorous look at a small Texas town with it’s assortment of interesting characters....
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