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November 24, 2015
Tropical Storm Sandra is strengthening rapidly in the eastern Pacific. Hurricane forecasters are recommending that communities in the southern sector of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula keep an eye on the storm’s development. The U.S. National Hurricane Center said the storm could become a hurricane later Tuesday night. Initially forecasters thought it wouldn’t reach hurricane strength...
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This December 2, Puerto Vallarta welcomes ‘Hotel California: The Original Eagles Tribute Band’ to Teatro Vallarta where fans can expect to be delighted with an extensive repertoire of songs, including “Life in the fast lane”, “Take it easy”, “Desperado”, and “Get over it.” Hotel California, the Eagles tribute band, continues to tour internationally, and their...
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Vietnam lawmakers on Tuesday passed changes to a civil code that acknowledges transgender people and gives them rights to change gender in legal documents, reflecting a major advance in the Communist government’s viewpoint on gender issues. Under the new law, which will take effect from Jan. 1, 2017, people who underwent sex change would have...
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Social network giant Twitter has banned onsite blood drives in its offices worldwide where regulations do not permit blood donations from gay or bisexual men, a move that LGBT-rights advocates say is a first for a public technology company. The San Francisco-based company made the decision after one of its U.S. employees, a gay man,...
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An army of religious sisters who rescue victims of human trafficking by posing as prostitutes to infiltrate brothels and buying children being sold into slavery, is expanding to 140 countries, its chairman has  said. John Studzinski, an investment banker and philanthropist who chairs Talitha Kum, said the network of 1,100 sisters currently operates in about...
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Best friends can share a wonderful early afternoon at the 10th Annual Pet Picnic. The patio at Daiquiri Dick’s restaurant in Puerto Vallarta always plays host to this event. Join the fun on Saturday, December 5th starting at 11 am. There’s a costume contest, raffle, live auction and other surprises. It will wrap up by...
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Each year beginning on December 1 and through December 12, thousands of people arrive in Puerto Vallarta to celebrate Día de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, or the Day of Our Lady Guadalupe, the city’s main church carrying the same name. Our Lady of Guadalupe is commonly known as the Virgin Mary and she is no...
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On Sunday night, Kim Kuzma and her band made Puerto Vallarta proud with their incredible opening night performance at The Palm Cabaret.   They skillfully presented music from their new CD,  Acustico II, along with some of their well-known favorites. The house was packed and the audience was loving the music along with Kim’s high-energy, sassy...
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This weekend wrapped up the annual Madonnari Festival in downtown Puerto Vallarta with nearly 60 artists of all ages presenting their work Sunday to hundreds of spectators. Madonnari, or street painters, each year transform Puerto Vallarta’s square into an over-sized street easel using pastels on pavement to create vibrant and colorful, large scale images in...
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Con una cánula de oxígeno en la nariz y una sonda de suero en el brazo, Carlos Sánchez yacía en el asiento trasero del Honda sedán con la cabeza apoyada en el regazo de su esposa. El vendedor de tacos de 36 años tenía tres balas alojadas en el cuerpo y gritaba de dolor cada...
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Tropical Storm Sandra has formed in the eastern Pacific well south of Mexico and is expected to later strengthen to a hurricane. The storm’s maximum sustained winds Tuesday morning are near 45 mph (75 kph). The U.S. National Hurricane Center says Sandra is expected to become a hurricane on Wednesday. The storm is centered about...
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In Huasca de Ocampo, a picturesque village nestled in the Sierra de Pachuca, Hidalgo, elves have become protagonists of countless pranks, jokes and lost property, to the degree that skeptics become believers. In Latin American mythology these elves are called duendes, similar to leprechauns or trolls. Duendes are about 20 inches tall and run around...
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