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May 9, 2015
The Museum at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology has given Mexico City prominence in its exhibition on the top emerging fashion capitals, which opens on 2 June. “Fashion from Mexico is new and exciting,” says co-curator Ariele Elia. “They are using the culture from the indigenous tribes in a way that’s not been seen...
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Food wasted by consumers is an enormous economic problem and nations should ensure excess food is given to the hungry instead of being thrown away, agriculture ministers from the Group of 20 leading countries said on Friday. The two-day meeting in Istanbul has focused on problems of food security and nutrition, including the impact of...
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The daughter of Cuban President Raul Castro sponsored a blessing ceremony Saturday for gay couples on an island where gay marriage remains illegal. Nearly two dozen gay couples held hands or embraced, some crying, as American and Canadian Protestant clergyman blessed them on Saturday as part of official ceremonies leading up to the Global Day...
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OPINION: On May 1, 2015, the Jalisco New Generation Cartel is suspected in statewide attacks as a response to a government crackdown on the group. Since these attacks the US State Department has urged travelers in Jalisco to use caution, while the Canadian warning has been much tougher and singling out Puerto Vallarta as a...
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NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – After negotiating a salary equal to her male co-star for her upcoming movie, Hollywood actress Charlize Theron has called on other women to take a stand when it comes to equal pay. Theron said she was outraged when leaked Sony emails showed a gap in what male and female...
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Recently a local online English news site that has been serving Puerto Vallarta for over a decade published a story titled ‘Sayulita Sets a Low Bar for Female Fashion Standards.’ The article was an opinion piece by Ed Schwartz, a longtime resident of Sayulita. This column drew harsh criticism from readers, enough to cause editors...
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The North American Travel Journalists Association (Natja) brought 140 journalists from around the United States, Canada, and Mexico, to Puerto Vallarta for their 13th annual conference. The conference came to a close yesterday, May 8, after a week of exploring some of the best restaurants and activities in the area. Natja president, Helen Hernandez, on...
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