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November 14, 2016
The presidents of the United States and Mexico agreed to “take steps to solidify the relationship and institutionalize mechanisms of cooperation,” the White House said. Obama departs Monday on the weeklong trip. Before leaving, Obama planned to face reporters at an afternoon White House news conference certain to be dominated by questions about the election...
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Mexican film actress Lupita Tovar, who starred in the 1931 Spanish-language version of “Dracula,” has died. She was 106. A representative for Tovar’s grandson, the screenwriter Chris Weitz, confirmed Tovar’s death Monday. Tovar, who starred in one of Mexico’s first sound films, 1932’s “Santa,” died Friday in Los Angeles. The Spanish-language “Dracula” was shot concurrently...
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Kicking off high season in grand style, Legends Bucerias  will host a CK Production featuring internationally known musicians Steve York and Lisa York in a special musical collaboration with singer Christine Kenny on Saturday, November 19th at 7pm.  Enjoy a great evening of Smokin’ Blues and Sizzlin’ Jazz as well as some familiar standards presented by these...
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Mexico’s peso gained over 1 percent to around 20.64 pesos per dollar in Asian trading on Sunday, as U.S. President-elect Donald Trump appeared to soften some of his more incendiary campaign pledges that were seen hurting the Mexican economy. The peso MXN=D2, the world’s worst-performing currency this year, has fallen to record lows after Trump’s...
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The Riviera Nayarit is a constantly evolving destination and, in order to fulfill the increasing demands of the meetings industry, Nuevo Vallarta’s Grupo Vidanta and Hotel Bel Air Unique Resort & Convention Center Vallarta in Flamingos are both building enormous new convention centers. “This is great news for the destination,” commented Marc Murphy, Managing Director...
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