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October 16, 2015
From October 28 to November 2 Puerto Vallarta celebrates the most representative tradition of Mexico, Day of the Dead, and has prepared a series of activities for you to learn more about this unique celebration which will be held in different venues around the city. Enjoy a delicious Pan de Muerto while walking through art...
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Mexico and the United States said on Thursday they will open two jointly staffed border stations on Mexican soil in a bid to streamline trade and improve communication at the frontier, which has suffered due to tensions over migration. U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and Mexican Finance Minister Luis Videgaray announced the program at...
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Celebrating Hispanics’ contribution to the nation, President Barack Obama said Thursday that America is made great “not by building walls, but by tearing down barriers to opportunity.” Obama spoke as the White House observed Hispanic Heritage Month. His remarks contrasted with concerns about immigration among some Republican presidential contenders. Front-runner Donald Trump has called for...
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Two of the hottest Halloween costumes in Mexico this year are the country’s most wanted man – and arguably its most hated. Striped prison jumpers and detailed latex masks representing the mustachioed, twice-escaped drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman are selling like hotcakes ahead of the late October holiday, Diego Esponda, CEO of costume maker...
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21st Annual Puerto Vallarta International Gourmet Festival Event Includes 7 Course Tasting, Tequila Cocktails, Musical Entertainment and Chef Meet & Greet. On November 20th, the executive chefs of Mexico’s Foodie Resorts, Velas Resorts in Puerto Vallarta, Riviera Maya and Riviera Nayarit, unite for a Behind the Scenes culinary event during the 21st Annual Puerto Vallarta...
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