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Students in Hsin-Yen Yang’s writing for public relations class have constructed a public relations campaign, Envision Volcanes, Mexico, to help families in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, overcome the cycle of poverty. The Volcanes Community Education Project is a non-government funded English and computer program free of charge for students in the community of Volcanes in Puerta...
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Today nearly 200 students, parents, children, and activists were on hand in Puerto Vallarta for the national day of protest demanding justice for the 43 missing students of Iguala. The students from a teachers’ college went missing after they clashed with police in Iguala in the volatile, gang-ridden state of Guerrero on Sept. 26. The...
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Mexico’s federal civil defense office said Friday that ash has fallen on towns as far as 15 miles (25 kilometers) from the peak, which is also known as the Volcano of Fire. Glowing hot rock tumbled down the volcano’s flanks over a mile (2 kilometers) from the crater. The office says the eruption is much...
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The Transportation Secretary of Jalisco introduced the new automobile model for taxis making their way to the streets in Guadalajara. A little sleeker design and some new colors, the more efficient and comfortable taxi for both driver and passenger is expected to fully rollout in 2015. The state official said the vehicles will provide greater...
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The festival will take place from December 11 – 14 with acts like Americana rockers the BoDeans, blues favorites Fabulous Thunderbirds, rock-a-billy specialists Lee Rocker and Slim Jim Phantom of the Stray Cats, country rockers Poco, Pure Prairie League and Firefall, and iconic classic rock bands Je‑erson Starship, Kansas, Cheap Trick, Foghat and Spencer Davis...
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Eva Longoria, of Mexican descent, and José “Pepe” Bastón, who is currently the president of Content and Television for Grupo Televisa, have reportedly chosen the Riviera Nayarit for their upcoming nuptials in February 2015. Their chosen venue is expected to be Casa Aramara in Punta Mita. The news was first reported in the pages of...
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Ninety golfers from the United States, Canada and Mexico will participate in the competition, which is offering a $2,500 USD prize for a hole-in-one at the 16th hole and a golf cart to whoever does the same at the 6th hole. There will also be prizes in kind for the “Oh, Yes!” holes. The tournament...
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“Trying to enclose the magnificence of a place like Puerto Vallarta in one concept is probably very complicated. However, for those of us fortunate enough to have been bewitched by the immense beauty of this paradise, all that remains for us is honor its existence, in every sense of the word.” Editorial Commentary, Puerto Vallarta...
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By the order of the military, the planned Revolution Day Parade was suspended today in Puerto Vallarta. Revolutionary Day Parades are organized by local military and an event to honor the services, however this year it was requested that they not participate in events due to safety concerns over possible clashes with student protesters. While...
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At the “Jalisco 2014” LXX National Charro Championship it was announced that Puerto Vallarta had been chosen to host the Fourth Annual International Charro Championships from January 29 through February first. The event will bring together the top 24 squads in the country. The head of the organizing committee, Alfonso Bernal Romero, made the announcement...
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The Puerto Vallarta Institute for Women, directed by Sara Maria Chavez, announce that in observation of International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, the group will host a silent march along the Malecón on November 25 at 5:30 pm. Participants are asked to wear gold and gather at the Los Arcos Amphitheater on...
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Cruise ships have seen an increase of 43% over last year and the port is expected to receive cruise ships year-round in 2015 without its usual summer hiatus. Through January to September of this year, the hotel occupancy average has been 64%, an increase of 6% during the same time last year and in October...
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The presentation ceremony was attended by the State Secretary of Tourism, Enrique Ramos Flores; President of the Association of Puerto Vallarta and Banderas Bay, Jorge Hernandez Villanueva, and leaders and prominent personalities of the city. An engineer by profession but hotelier by nature, Carothers relocated to Puerto Vallarta in 1968 from Guadalajara and purchased Hotel...
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The modernization of public transportation in Puerto Vallarta has been a long-standing demand by residents that will benefit users, but also the tourist image of Puerto Vallarta, says Andrés González Palomera, a representative for the Jalisco Secretary of Transportation. González held a press conference last week stating that Puerto Vallarta will be a pioneer on...
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