Day

September 4, 2018
The full Senate of Mexico endorsed an initiative that seeks to provide spouses of the same sex the right to all benefits in terms of social security. The initiative presented by the ex-PAN member Germán Martínez won the adhesion of the eight parliamentary groups, including the PAN, in which it states that the benefits derived...
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At the foot of the Torre Latino, in the heart of the historic center of Mexico City, two wide sheet roofs and a water mirror offer refuge from the chaos on Madero Street. But the structures also serve to capture rainwater in the BajoTech2o exhibition, which seeks to reflect on the water problem in the...
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Puerto Vallarta became the first municipality in the country to establish an inclusive education commitment, by signing a letter of intent between the State Institute for the Education of Young People and Adults (INEEJAD) and the LGBT Collective, with the objective of reducing the lack of education in the LGBT community. At a press conference,...
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Puerto Vallarta revealed five new sculptures that were installed in different parts of the city. The works of art derived from the International Forum of Sculptors Puerto Vallarta 2017, organized by the University Campus of the Coast (CUCosta) of the University of Guadalajara (UdeG). In the presence of municipal and university authorities and sponsoring businessmen,...
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After a chance meeting with Incanto owner Tracy Parks, while playing in a restaurant in the Galerias mall, local singer-songwriter and guitarist Edgar Roxha will join Incanto’s piano bar entertainment roster for four consecutive Tuesdays beginning Sept. 11 at 7pm. “Edgar is an amazing talent and we’re thrilled to have him joining us at Incanto....
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