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December 17, 2015
Puerto Vallarta has had a big year in news, from celebrity sightings, film and television production, strongest storms on record, and a day of violence that highlighted the closeness of our community and the commitment from the city to keep its tourists and residents safe. Here are the top ten stories of 2015 on PVDN....
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There were goodbyes (Jon Stewart, David Letterman, “Mad Men”) and hellos (Adele!). “Star Wars” reawakened, and a ballerina and an unheralded Founding Father both hit the zeitgeist. But the pop-culture moment that fascinated us most? That had to be the emergence of Caitlyn Jenner. Herewith, our annual, very selective trip down pop culture memory lane:...
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In a 10-year U.S. study, people who drank coffee regularly were less likely to die of many causes, including heart disease and diabetes, than those who didn’t drink coffee at all. The more coffee study participants consumed, the lower their risk of dying, and decaf drinkers showed a similar pattern. “Coffee contains numerous biologically active...
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The United States and Cuba have agreed to restore scheduled commercial airline service between the two countries for the first time in more than five decades, exactly a year after they started the process of normalizing relations. The latest step to restore U.S.-Cuba ties after 54 years of hostility will not go into effect immediately...
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Mexico’s central bank hiked borrowing costs on Thursday for the first time in seven years in a bid to stem further weakening in the peso after the Federal Reserve lifted U.S. interest rates the day before. The Banco de Mexico raised its benchmark interest rate MXCBIR=ECI by 25 basis points to 3.25 percent from a record...
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Thousands of tourists from Mexico and around the world meet in Puerto Vallarta to ring in the New Year. The innumerable restaurants, nightclubs and especially the Malecon become the meeting point to enjoy this great celebration and international tradition. On New Year’s Eve in Puerto Vallarta, thousands of people walk along the boardwalk to admire...
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Donald Trump’s been accused of being a bully and a bigot. But he stands out among Republican presidential hopefuls for his comparative sensitivity to one politically potent minority group: the gay community. Trump has advocated for banning workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation. He criticized a Kentucky county clerk who refused to issue marriage licenses...
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On-orbit control of Morelos 3, a 702HP (high power) satellite developed by Boeing [NYSE: BA] in partnership with Mexico, has been transferred to the Mexican government. The  Morelos 3 satellite is a key element of one of the world’s most advanced mobile satellite systems, enhancing Mexico’s national security, civil and humanitarian programs. “With the Boeing...
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Mexico City’s mayor is introducing a national initiative in congress to legalize cannabis-based medical treatments in the entire country. Mayor Miguel Angel Mancera says the initiative would not legalize production or distribution of medical marijuana in Mexico, rather give Mexicans access to medicinal products manufactured outside the country. He said Wednesday the initiative is a...
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