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September 11, 2015
When people hear the word ‘taco’ they immediately think of Mexico, so the first Taco Fair of Puerto Vallarta seems like the best way to kick off the week long festivities for Mexico’s Independence Day. Sunday, September 13, the Feria del Taco (Taco Fair) will be held at Lazaro Cardenas Park in Old Town beginning...
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Vice President Joe Biden said he is overwhelmed at times by his son’s death and unconvinced he could commit fully to being president, in an emotional interview that cast a deep pall over his deliberations about the 2016 presidential race. Asked about his 2016 decision on CBS’ “The Late Show,” Biden said Thursday he’d be...
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A Hungarian camerawoman caught on video kicking and tripping migrants near the Serbian border has offered a qualified apology for her behavior. Petra Laszlo said in the letter published Friday in the daily Magyar Nemzet newspaper that she was “sincerely sorry for what happened,” but she also sought to defend her actions. The 40-year-old was...
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Relatives of Sept. 11 victims marked the anniversary of the terror attacks Friday at ground zero with grief, gratitude and appeals to keep the toll front of mind after the passage of 14 years. Over 1,000 people – fewer than thronged the observance in its early years – gathered for what has become a tradition...
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La Isla de Mexcaltitán has seen a cultural shift in environmental care occur since the community became part of the Beach Cleanup Network (BCN) coordinated by the Riviera Nayarit Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB). Miguel Estrada Calderón, who’s in charge of the Museo del Origen on the Isla de Mexcaltitlán and who coordinates the 45-women...
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