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December 4, 2017
The cities of Zapopan and Guadalajara top the list of the most infidelity in Mexico – a country that certainly always appears in the list along with Argentina and Brazil, according to a study conducted by dating site Ashley Madison. Through a statement, the company explained that the study was based on the number of...
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Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History says the U.S. Embassy will donate $500,000 to help conserve the tomb of king Pakal and other structures at the Mayan ruin site of Palenque. Once a ceremonial center, the archaeological site and the surrounding jungle comprise the Parque Nacional Palenque. It is home to wildlife, including howler...
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Watched by tourists, activists and a helpful guard dog named Lulu, a new generation of olive ridley sea turtles plod across a short stretch of sand and into the warm Pacific, to grow and eventually return to the same beach someday to lay their own eggs. The tiny turtles head with single-minded determination to the...
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Renowned concert pianist and composer David Troy Francis will present ‘Elves in the Piano’ – A Christmas Concert for one performance only on Tuesday, Dec. 19 at 4pm. David was born in Memphis, TN and is best known for his performances of contemporary American music. Now living in Puerto Vallarta, he is an esteemed concert...
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Eduardo Baltazar is the youngest person in the tiny Mexican village of Agua Caliente to have a kidney transplant, undergoing the life-saving surgery a month shy of his 13th birthday. The boy is one of many victims of a health crisis in the western state of Jalisco that environmental experts are linking to water and...
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