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October 2, 2018

News: News and information for by PVDN

If you take out your trash outside of your area’s scheduled collection hours in Puerto Vallarta, you could be liable to a fine up to 14,038.50 pesos, in accordance with Article 99 of the Income Law for the current year. That fine will increase by 5% in 2019. Article 218 of the Ecology Regulation states...
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Cubans travel to Mexico to purchase items sold on the black market on the island
The breeze was barely moving and the humidity was unbearable. Outside Terminal 2 of the Cancun International Airport, Juan Ernesto waited for his brother’s arrival on an Aeromexico flight from Havana. It was Jonathan’s first trip abroad. The goal: to buy merchandise he could sell later on the island. “What’s selling most in Cuba right...
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With just over 30 days until the Tianguis officially reopens for its 5th Season, the Tianguis office is starting to get a little crazy! On Saturday, November 3rd, The Tianguis Lo de Marcos will open its doors and you are invited for opening day. Season #5 will include live music each week and for the...
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'There’s no other option’: the radical plan to move Mexico's government
Jacinta Morales came to Mexico City more than 20 years ago, following promises of education and employment, like millions of others. After getting a degree, she found stable work as a public servant, moving between different government agencies. Though she has always worked on temporary contracts, the wide availability of civil service jobs in Mexico...
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Experience unforgettable Mexico with a charter on 164’/50m M/Y Impromptu
One of the many attractions of owning a superyacht is the ability to explore some of the world’s most incredible destinations from an absolute luxury base. Mexico is on countless bucket lists and is starting to welcome more and more superyachts that are looking to explore all that this incredible country has to offer. This...
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Mexico’s Newest Resort Gets (Kinda) Spiritual
Yamuna is reading my aura—whether I like it or not. The Costa Rican native has been wandering the grounds of Chablé Maroma, a new wellness retreat in Mexico ’s buzzing Riviera Maya, with a clay pot of smoking incense in his hand all morning. I first glimpsed him at the pool, assessing the energy of...
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Experiencing Mexico through music, dance and stories
Shouting, loud music and singing usually aren’t commonplace at the East Chicago Public Library (ECPL). But the recent Mexico en la Piel celebration of Mexican culture included all of the above, and no one seemed to mind. No compatible source was found for this media. Held in conjunction with the library’s observance of Hispanic Heritage...
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Valle De Guadalupe Is The Napa Valley Of Mexico
In the last few years, California’s up-and-coming wine regions have been steadily moving further and further south. First it was Santa Barbara and the Santa Ynez Valley. Then came the wineries of Malibu, and Temecula, near San Diego. Now, California’s must-visit wine region isn’t in California at all: it’s in Baja California, 90 minutes below...
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Mexico Passes New “Anti-Meme” Law that Restricts Criticism of Politicians
The purpose of the memes, since they were introduced, was to amuse users of social networks with their images and texts that denoted the creativity of people, however, times have changed and now these turn out to be a way of offending people. The anti-memes law, which was recently approved in the LXIV Legislature of the state...
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GUESS?, Inc. announces the opening of its 50th retail store in Mexico, a milestone moment for the brand’s strategic expansion plans in Latin America. Located in the new shopping center development, Paseo Queretaro in the state of Queretaro, the 50th store recently opened its doors to the public on Thursday, September 20th. “We are proud...
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From Mexico to a Michelin Star
Damiana Bravo, 80, was one of the first people from her town to arrive in New York. She arrived from Piaxtla, a town of around 1,000—5,000, if you include its surrounding hamlets—in the Mexican state of Puebla, sometime in the 1970s. She doesn’t remember the year. It was her second attempt to start a new...
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México is failing to gather data on homicide in an effective way Mexico’s failure to gather quality data on homicides is preventing the country from developing effective policies to tackle rising violence, a new study found. The report, developed by the Institute for Economics and Peace, concluded that state authorities across Mexico complied on average...
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As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Jalisco Health Secretariat (SSJ) will intensify actions with the purpose of timely detection through the diagnosis of breast cancer in women aged 40 to 69 years through digital mammography. The Digital Mobile Mastography Unit will be in Puerto Vallarta providing free service to women in the region,...
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Mexico students v the state: Anniversary of 1968 massacre reopens recent wounds
The plaza where the students were killed as it looks today Student leader Myrthokleia González was addressing the crowd in the square from an apartment balcony when she heard the first shots. She thought they were blanks at first and tried to calm the panicking protesters below. But Ms. González realized what was happening when...
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Incoming Mexican Foreign Secretary Marcelo Ebrard said on Monday that the trade agreement reached with the United States and Canada is an “opportunity to strengthen the internal market.” He spoke at a press conference along with Economy Secretary-designate Graciela Marquez, and the person named by President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador to observe the negotiations with...
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