Old enough to recall Mexican Revolution, too old for bank card
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Old enough to recall Mexican Revolution, too old for bank card

Vallarta Daily News - Apr 26, 2017

Born at the turn of the past century, Maria Felix is old enough to remember the Mexican Revolution but too old to get the bank card needed…

Lawmakers in Mexico debate banning live marine mammal shows
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Lawmakers in Mexico debate banning live marine mammal shows

Vallarta Daily News - Apr 25, 2017

The Chamber of Deputies will continue debating a proposed ban on live marine mammal shows in Mexico, a bill presented by the Green Ecologist Party (PVEM). This…

Salty Paw Jazz Orchestra to return to Puerto Vallarta’s Jazz Foundation
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Salty Paw Jazz Orchestra to return to Puerto Vallarta’s Jazz Foundation

Vallarta Daily News - Apr 24, 2017

Salty Paw Jazz Orchestra, Puerto Vallarta’s first and only youth-based jazz orchestra, will be returning to the Jazz Foundation on Sunday, May 7, 2017, at 7 PM.…

Vanessa Amaro, ‘Ballet Folklórico Tradiciones’ and Dwight Blake to play Incanto
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Vanessa Amaro, ‘Ballet Folklórico Tradiciones’ and Dwight Blake to play Incanto

Vallarta Daily News - Apr 24, 2017

Soprano Vanessa Amaro will appear on two nights, April 27 & May 2 at 8:00. Born in Mexico City, she has a Degree in Music from the…

Man threatens to jump from top of Our Lady of Guadalupe
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Man threatens to jump from top of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Vallarta Daily News - Apr 24, 2017

For nearly two hours, tensions rose among the faithful attending Sunday church and tourists who walked by Puerto Vallarta's iconic Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe, as a…

Puerto Vallarta launches second year of ‘Mano con Mano’
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Puerto Vallarta launches second year of ‘Mano con Mano’

Vallarta Daily News - Apr 21, 2017

In order to assist some unemployed residents of Puerto Vallarta, the temporary employment program "Mano con Mano" has launched for its second year. The head of the…

New National Public Security Survey puts Puerto Vallarta as safest city in Mexico
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New National Public Security Survey puts Puerto Vallarta as safest city in Mexico

Vallarta Daily News - Apr 20, 2017

The National Public Urban Security Survey tracks the public perception of safety in Mexico every quarter, in March 2017 residents felt safest in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. In…

ExPats In Vallarta May Event Schedule
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ExPats In Vallarta May Event Schedule

Vallarta Daily News - Apr 20, 2017

During the month of May Expats in Vallarta will be having three Happy Hours at three new locations. On Tuesday, May 2nd Happy Hour will be at…

Record number of tourists feel safe in Puerto Vallarta
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Record number of tourists feel safe in Puerto Vallarta

Vallarta Daily News - Apr 19, 2017

Tourists in Puerto Vallarta report feeling very safe and that the city is a friendly tourist destination, according to surveys conducted by the Municipal Tourism Directorate during…

Puerto Vallarta ramps-up efforts to collect vacation rental taxes
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Puerto Vallarta ramps-up efforts to collect vacation rental taxes

Vallarta Daily News - Apr 17, 2017

The Secretary of Planning, Administration and Finance (Sepaf) will go after the owners of homes and apartments located in Puerto Vallarta to collect the 3% Lodging Tax…

Most garbage generated on our beaches during the holidays
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Most garbage generated on our beaches during the holidays

Vallarta Daily News - Apr 14, 2017

According to a report in the journal Science, published in 2015, about 192 countries generated 275 million tons of plastic waste; of these, 12.7 million tons end…

Mexico’s economy starts strong in 2017
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Mexico’s economy starts strong in 2017

Vallarta Daily News - Apr 12, 2017

The election of Donald Trump as U.S. president last year raised the specter of economic recession in Mexico, sent the country's peso into a tailspin, and threatened…