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A total of 124 cases of the Zika virus have been confirmed in Mexico, 13 of these cases are in pregnant women, said the Directorate General of Epidemiology of the Ministry of Health. The states...






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Mexican firms growing more LGBT+ friendly, rights group says

The number of Mexican companies with LGBT+ friendly work policies nearly doubled in the past year, a leading rights group reported on Thursday, showing the influence of U.S. corporations on local business partners to support gay and trans workers. The number grew to 120 from 69 the previous year, according to the annual Equidad MX...

Chris Kenny’s Triumphant Return to Incanto, and more shows this week

Opening to a packed house, singer-songwriter, Chris Kenny recently returned to Incanto with her sultry, sweet vocals. She sings covers and originals, having been influenced by the great ladies of jazz and blues. This is a ticketed show in the piano bar. Dec. 2, 6, 9, 16 at 7:15pm. Paul Aleman brings his all-new hit...

Bahia World Music Festival 2019 comes to Puerto Vallarta

Jaír Cabrera, the co-founder of the popular Media Luna band, is the man behind the organization of Bahia World Music Festival. His dream is to create a yearly venue to showcase the incredible talent found around Banderas Bay and other parts of Mexico and bring this talent to the attention of an ever-broader audience, making...

Paul Aleman returns to Incanto with ‘The Music of Elton John’

Looking back at the musical career of Elton John, one might think that this legendary musician was an overnight success. Elton worked the English pubs and clubs for years before his smash hit album, ‘Yellow Brick Road’ rocketed him to stardom. Like all great music, Elton John’s songs have endured the test of time and...

Nuevo Vallarta’s Cirque du Soleil Dinner Show expected to begin in 2021

At the five-year anniversary of Cirque du Soleil JOYÀ in Riviera Maya, and celebrating its unrivaled success, Grupo Vidanta, the developer of Mexico and Latin America’s leading resorts and JOYÀ’s award-winning theater design, along with Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group officially announced the launch of an exciting new show that will include a mesmerizing high-level...

Mexico stops shipment of glyphosate pesticide citing health and environmental concerns

The Mexican government says it won’t allow a 1,000-ton shipment of the pesticide glyphosate into the country, citing health and environmental concerns. Mexico became the latest in a string of countries to announce bans on glyphosate, the active ingredient in weed killer Roundup. Mexico’s environment department said Monday it denied a permit to import glyphosate,...

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