Day

September 11, 2017
starbucks
On Saturday, September 9 and for an indefinite period, all Starbucks stores in Mexico will become collection centers for the communities of Oaxaca, Chiapas, Tabasco, Veracruz and Puebla, affected by the earthquake and floods caused by the Hurricane season. “We want to capitalize on the popularity and convenient locations of our 610 stores in 61...
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scary clown
For several months in 2016, creepy clowns terrorized America, with sightings of actual clowns in at least 10 different states. These fiendish clowns reportedly tried to lure women and children into the woods, chased people with knives and machetes, and yelled at people from cars. They were spotted hanging out in cemeteries and they were...
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solar flares weather
If you still have your solar viewing glasses from the eclipse, now is a good time to slap them on and look up at the sun. You’ll see two big dark areas visible on our star. These massive sunspots are regions of intense and complicated magnetic fields that can produce solar flares – bursts of...
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chicken wings
At the end of a long fall day — after dealing with all the seasonal demands of work and school — you don’t want making dinner to be a big deal. What’s called for is something that’s idiot-proof and crowd-pleasing. This recipe for Five-Ingredient Mexican-Style Chicken Wings presents us with everything that makes chicken delicious...
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Fundación Delia Morán
September 17 marks 4 years since the Delia Morán-Vidanta Foundation (FDMV) educational center began to develop extracurricular activities to benefit low-income children in the Bay of Banderas. Since 2013, these activities have contributed to improving the lives of more than 500 children in the region. “This anniversary is very commemorative, since we have formed two...
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Mexico rescinds Texas aid offer after huge quake
Mexico has withdrawn its offer to aid victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas due to demands on its emergency services from a massive earthquake that struck late last week, the foreign ministry said in a statement on Monday. Mexico’s government offered to send food, beds, generators, mobile kitchens as well as doctors after torrential rains...
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With the presentation of the Puerto Vallarta candidates for the title ‘Reina Fiestas Patrias 2017’ and the taking of the official photograph of the candidates with Mayor Arturo Dávalos Peña, the event was declared ready to be celebrated next September 14, during the Independence Day celebrations in the city. The Mayor wished to the eight...
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Puerto Vallarta kindergarten
The welfare of children in Puerto Vallarta remains a priority for the municipal government, according to Mayor Arturo Dávalos Peña. Fulfilling the administrations commitment to provide better conditions for their education, the mayor inaugurated the new roof of the playground at the kindergarten José Pablo Moncayo, in the delegation of Ixtapa, with an investment of...
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Gabriel Reyes
Come celebrate Mexican Independence Day with dinner and a show at Incanto! Master Chef Jorge will prepare a special Mexican Independence Day menu on Friday, Sept.15, featuring traditional Chiles en nogada from a secret family recipe dating back to the 1800’s. Using all fresh ingredients made from scratch, his not-too-sweet traditional dish of a meat/fresh...
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film production
The month of August was very busy, with three Mexican production companies visiting the Riviera Nayarit to tape everything from commercials to scenes from a reality show at some of the destination’s finest locations. One of the objectives of the Riviera Nayarit Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) is to lend its support to film, television...
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mexico earthquake
A powerful earthquake that struck Mexico last week has left some 2.5 million people in need of aid and killed 96 others, authorities said on Monday, as officials rushed to get food and water to afflicted communities in the poor south. Oaxaca state governor Alejandro Murat told local television the death toll in his state...
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terrorism
As throngs ran from the World Trade Center on September 11, the man who planned a care-free day with friends visiting from Mexico ran toward the towers. Rafael Hernández felt his instincts kick into gear – the instincts of a first responder, of a firefighter, which he had been for many years in Mexico. “I...
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