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January 2, 2017
In central Mexico’s Mezquital Valley, new pick-up trucks bounce along unpaved roads and U.S.-style houses are springing up alongside cornfields. But people are afraid that remittances from family members abroad, a primary source of funding for such purchases, may soon dry up. During the holiday season, even as money and gifts have flowed into the...
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Small groups of protesters blockaded some roads and gasoline stations in Mexico on Monday to protest a government price deregulation that sent the price of fuel up by as much as 20 percent over the weekend. One group blockaded a privately owned gasoline station on Mexico City’s main boulevard, shouting: “The people, united, will never...
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Act II opens the new year with some of Vallarta’s favorites and sure winners… SUTTON LEE SEYMOUR in two brand-new shows, “FAME-ISH, The Best Show Ever in the History of Everything” and “QUEENS AGAINST HUMANITY,” an interactive comedy show based on the hilarious game, Cards Against Humanity. Her incredible energy, vocal prowess, and perfect comedic timing...
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Thanks to its distribution, its organization, the security both in and out of the water, the infrastructure, the natural conditions and the rapid positioning of the race with more than 650 swimmers in only 6 short years, the Riviera Nayarit Open Water Swim Tournament is now an official part of the Global Swim Series (GSS)....
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Like never before, the future of our world and its inhabitants depend on people coming together to work out peaceful solutions for our collective challenges. We can all play a part in this and shape the world we live in. One way towards accomplishing this is to set aside places dedicated for such actions. Outdoor...
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“Violent acts tend to cluster through social networks, and they spread like a contagious disease spreads from one person to another,” the study’s senior author Brad Bushman said in a phone interview. A psychology and communications professor at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Bushman analyzed interviews from the 1990s with nearly 6,000 American students...
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