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August 8, 2016
As a young adult in college, I decided to learn Japanese. My father’s family is from Japan, and I wanted to travel there someday. However, many of my classmates and I found it difficult to learn a language in adulthood. We struggled to connect new sounds and a dramatically different writing system to the familiar...
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There isn’t much evidence to conclusively prove that daily sunscreen use can prevent most skin cancers, a research review concludes. But that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t use sunscreen, doctors say. It just means it’s unethical to do experiments testing the effectiveness of sunscreen by randomly assigning some people to use it and others to skip...
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During the month of August, ExPats in Vallarta will be having two Happy Hour gatherings on Tuesday, August 9th and Tuesday August 23rd  at Langostino’s from 5:00 to 7:00pm.  Langostinos is located on Los Muertos Beach just north of the new pier. A Special Event dinner will be held on Thursday, August 18th at Las...
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Tropical Storm Javier pushed closer to the resort city of Cabo San Lucas on the tip of Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula Monday, while the death toll from former Hurricane Earl rose to 39 in the country’s eastern mountains. Communities in two states were digging out from weekend mudslides during heavy rains brought by remnants of...
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In a small town tucked into a valley, songs from a local band heralded a religious wedding that had remained out of reach for decades. The band, whose name translates to “The Forever Young Friendly Band,” was aptly named to play for 75-year-old Pablo Ibarra and 65-year-old Francisca Santiago, who finally married in the church...
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