Portrait of An Artist: Lazzaro, Immer, Giorgio and Carlos Morales (aka Los Bambinos)

Back in 2005, my daughter and son-in-law held their wedding at Hacienda San Angel in Puerto Vallarta. It was a beautiful affair with many festivities. After the welcoming sunset cocktail party at El Set, many of us dropped down to El Dorado’s restaurant on the beach near the pier in the Zona Romantica. There I...
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Keith Tynes from The Platters offers 3 Shows Only in Puerto Vallarta

Keith Tynes, a member of the historic group, The Platters, joins the lineup at The Palm Cabaret for 3 shows only on March 3rd at 6:30 pm, March 23rd at 8 pm, and March 25th at 6:30 pm. You’ll love hearing major and unforgettable hits like “Only You” and “The Great Pretender.” This great musical...
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COVID-19: South African and Brazilian strains confirmed in Mexico

The Institute for Epidemiological Diagnosis and Reference (InDRE) confirmed Tuesday the presence in Mexico of the E484K mutation, the South African and Brazilian variant of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. In a statement, José Francisco Muñoz Valle, rector of the University Center for Health Sciences (CUCS) and general coordinator of the Health Situation Room for COVID-19 at...
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Bohemia Viva’s, Andrea Mottura, Presents Online Spanish Lessons with a Musical Flair

Andrea Mottura has been fortunate to enjoy a successful singing career with the duo BohemiaViva and has traveled and performed all over the world, spending the past ten years in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. She loves to incorporate music and lyrics into the Spanish lessons that she shares, communicating the passion and beauty of language in...
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Mexico sticking to plan to stop importing genetically modified corn and banning widely used herbicide

Mexico is sticking to a plan to stop importing genetically modified corn and a ban on a widely used herbicide, a senior official told Reuters, doubling down on a policy that has pleased green advocates but alarmed industry leaders. The plan announced late last year by executive order aims to replace some 16 million tonnes...
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Brian Justin Crum, One Night Only, Feb 19th at The Palm Cabaret

With One Appearance Only, make sure to see Brian Justin Crum on Friday, February 19th at 9:30 pm at The Palm Cabaret and Bar in The Romantic Zone of Puerto Vallarta. Brian came to national attention in the U.S. in the 11th season of America’s Got Talent, taking 4th place in 2016. Since that time,...
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Portrait of An Artist: Caleb and Jair Cabrera

I usually dedicate this column to one artist at a time, but these two talents are in my mind inseparable. They have enchanted audiences in Puerto Vallarta with their band Media Luna for four seasons now since relocating from San Miguel de Allende. As most of their fans know, Jair and Caleb Cabrera are brothers....
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COVID-19 vaccinations of older adults in Puerto Vallarta begin Tuesday

Although the federal government announced that the vaccination plan was scheduled to resume this Monday by starting to immunize older adults against the COVID-19 coronavirus, in Jalisco the process will start Tuesday. This was confirmed by the Jalisco Health Secretariat, who indicated that the delay is due to the fact that this Monday was used...
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Enrique De Allende and Kim Kuzma Bring “Be My Valentine” Dinner Show to The Grill at CK

Vallarta favorites, Kim Kuzma and Enrique De Allende will present a special evening of music on Sunday, February 14th. Enjoy the ‘Be My Valentine’ Dinner Show at The Grill at CK/ Coco’s Kitchen on this celebrated night. Kim Kuzma and Enrique de Allende, along with Derek Carkner on the piano, will perform ‘Music from the...
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Portrait of an Artist: Fernando Gonzalez

At a mere 32 years of age, Fernando Gonzalez has drawn together some of the best talents in Puerto Vallarta for his band Piel Canela. In addition to his excellent vocal and guitar skills, Fernando has proven to be a great producer. Fernando loved guitar from a very early age, playing mostly for his church...
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With vaccine shortage, Mexico postpones goal to vaccinate older adults

Original vaccination plans in Mexico indicated all adults over the age of 60 would be vaccinated by March 31, however, due to shortages, the government has announced it would be April before all older adults would be vaccinated. “The AstraZeneca vaccine is already being packaged in our country, and we are going to have enough...
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Enrique De Allende Encore with Media Luna at Incanto

Popular crooner, Enrique de Allende has added a show with phenomenal musicians Jair and Caleb Cabrera of Media Luna playing acoustic Spanish guitars. You’ll hear more of your favorite pop and traditional songs in English and Spanish. Enrique has recently worked with the legendary David Foster and continues to gain popularity as one of the...
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