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Dearly departed spirits in Puerto Vallarta’s Zona Romantica will return to hover over this year’s ART VallARTa Day of the Dead celebration, starting Friday, October 25th, from 6–9 p.m. with a street party and live...






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Study: 20% of fish at 3 Mexican ports had plastic in stomach

A study of 755 fish caught off three ports in Mexico found an average of 20% of them had micro-plastics in their guts. The report by researchers from several universities and conservation groups studied grey snapper, red grouper, white mullet and king mackerel. The fish were caught off the Gulf coast port of Veracruz, Puerto...

1,500 probable cases of dengue in Puerto Vallarta

At a press conference the head of the eighth health region, Jaime Álvarez Zayas, confirmed that Pitillal, Las Juntas and Ixtapa are the sites with the most confirmed cases. The problem of dengue has reached the level of epidemiological crisis worldwide and in Jalisco, there are more than 5,000 registered cases, so the threat is...

Incanto’s October Entertainment Lineup

Local singer-songwriter, Jose Carlos Olvera, will present an additional concert on Saturday, Oct. 12 at 8pm featuring a selection of acoustic covers and originals accompanied by other surprise musicians. His previous performances were very popular and nearly sold out. Singer and entertainer, Losanna Diaz Avila, will be his special guest. Tickets are available from him...

Netflix’s ‘Living Undocumented’ probes plight of migrants

After two decades in the U.S., Alejandra Juarez thought she had it made. She came to the country illegally after fleeing violence in Mexico but had built a middle-class life in Davenport, Florida, with her husband, Temo, a retired U.S. Marine who voted for Donald Trump. After Trump became president, Alejandra Juarez discovered that federal...

Climate change may slash some fish catch rates in Mexico by 30% over 30 years: study

If Mexican fisheries do not adapt to climate change, the number of fish caught is set to tumble, with catch numbers for Pacific abalone, jumbo squid and mahi-mahi possibly plunging more than 30% over the next 30 years in Mexico, according to a study published on Wednesday. Co-authored by the New York-based Environmental Defense Fund...

Chris Evans films series in the Riviera Nayarit

The Riviera Nayarit is in the headlines again, thanks to a visit from Chris Evans: the famous “Captain America” from the Marvel Universe is filming a new series for a streaming platform in the destination. Evans is also the series’ executive producer. The news that “Captain America” was in Mexico’s Pacific Treasure began circulating this...

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