Day

November 7, 2018

News: News and information for by PVDN

Karen Souza is one of the top contemporary jazz singers in the world and she will be headlining the Riviera Nayarit Jazz Festival 2018 on November 16th as part of her Velvet Vault Tour. The event will take place at the Jardín Palmeiras in Nuevo Vallarta, the ideal place for an intimate musical evening, sensual...
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Dozens of planes from different parts of the world arrived at the international airport of Guadalajara with passengers from different professions and trades: firemen, policemen, chefs, delivery people, messengers, doctors, and reporters. The most shocking thing is that these experts are children. “There were a lot of them and there was everything: footballers, teachers, construction workers...
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monarch butterfly
The first monarch butterflies have arrived at their wintering grounds in the mountains of central Mexico almost a week later than usual, Mexico’s Environment Department said Wednesday. Millions of monarchs make the 3,400-mile (5,500-kilometer) migration from the United States and Canada each year. The butterflies usually arrive by Mexico’s Nov. 1 Day of the Dead...
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After the dissatisfaction of users of public transport in Puerto Vallarta over the bus fare increase applied last Friday, the Governor of the State, Aristotle Sandoval, said that the increase could be canceled for the units that do not comply with the improvement of the service. “For all those buses and routes not using the...
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Amazon announced Wednesday (November 7) that its voice-activated digital assistant Alexa and its smart speaker Echo are now available in Mexico. In a press release, Amazon said Alexa has learned to speak and understand Spanish tailored for the Mexican market. What’s more, the company said developers around the world are making skills and devices for...
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From January to September, 1,389 robberies were reported in Puerto Vallarta, 271 more than in the same period of 2017. Robberies in this number include home, business, banks, vehicles, and pedestrians. Despite the fact that the theft of pedestrians on public roads ranks fifth in terms of the rest of the other types of thefts...
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credit score
At some point, you’ll buy your last car and refinance your last mortgage. Surely then you can stop worrying about your credit scores. Well, not really, although there are situations when credit scores shouldn’t be anyone’s main concern. Let’s start with some reasons why credit scores still matter, even when you don’t plan to borrow...
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The State Government of Colima, through the State Unit for Civil Protection (UEPC), announced that during the month of October they recorded 57 earthquakes in the state. The information is based on an analysis carried out by the State Communications and Monitoring Center (CECOM), during the month of October. The UEPC’s general director, Melchor Ursúa...
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After eight days of staying at the international bridge Paso del Norte, the Honduran migrant Gerson Valeriano Soto decided not to enter the United States to apply for political asylum and will stay in Mexico with the best option to find work in Puerto Vallarta. The Honduran migrant said he didn’t see any reason to...
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