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The Palm Cabaret and Bar is pleased to announce the brand-new show, ‘ROCKSTAR,’ which brings together two very versatile and talented performers, Effie Passero (American Idol Finalist) and Roy Gomez-Cruz (Queen Live Headliner). ‘Rockstar’ is performed on Tuesdays at 6:30 pm thru Dec 1st and Saturday nights at 8 pm all season. As a finalist...
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Three Tenors Vallarta recently debuted in Incanto’s theatre to rave reviews. Reminiscent of internationally popular vocal groups Il Divo and Il Volo, the show stars Freddy Otelo from Venezuela, Armando Chakam from Colima, Mexico, and Pedro Islas from Mexico City singing exquisite interpretations of many familiar contemporary and operatic ballads in English, Spanish, and Italian....
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One of Vallarta’s newest musical stars, Tonny Kenneth is debuting his all-new production dedicated to the one and only “PRINCE”. Let’s Go Crazy” is a spectacular tribute to this legendary music artist, produced and directed by Tonny Kenneth and choreographed by Sebastian Coronel. The show is a roller coaster of emotions through song, visuals and...
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Mexico on Saturday topped 1 million registered coronavirus cases and nearly 100,000 test-confirmed deaths, though officials agree the number is probably much higher. How did Mexico get here? By marching resolutely, even defiantly, against many internationally accepted practices in pandemic management, from face mask wearing, to lockdowns, testing and contact tracing. What is more, officials...
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Sutton Lee Seymour is a dazzling, drag performer with an impressive resume and an outstanding musical theatre background. Back for her 6th season in Vallarta, Sutton Lee Seymour draws a mixed audience of gay and straight, young and old, and even retired couples. As a seasoned NYC performer, she has honed her talents to create...
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The Congress of the Mexican state of Puebla voted to legalize same-sex marriages by an overwhelming majority on Tuesday, marking a step forward for LGBT rights in the predominantly Roman Catholic Latin American country. Long one of the more conservative regions in Mexico, Puebla joins the majority of Mexico’s 32 states in recognizing same-sex marriages...
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Mexico plans to vaccinate more than 116 million people, or roughly 90% of its population, against the novel coronavirus by the end of 2021 after reaching accords with pharmaceutical companies and the World Health Organization-backed COVAX plan, the government said on Tuesday. In a presentation led by Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard, the government said it...
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José Luis Alomía Zegarra, general director of Epidemiology of the Ministry of Health (Ssa), confirmed the first case of Sars Cov 2 and Influenza AH1N1 double infection in Mexico. In the evening conference on the report of COVID-19 in the country, he explained that the case was detected in a 54-year-old woman and that as...
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There were mass cremations of bodies; entire families died and the inhabitants of the city, afraid to pull their bodies out, simply collapsed their homes on top of them to bury them on the spot. The scene, beyond even the current coronavirus pandemic, was a scourge brought 500 years ago by Spanish conquistadores and their...
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The administration of vitamins intravenously and intramuscularly has become extremely popular because the absorption of these high-quality vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants is direct and is better compared to pills or capsules. Puerto Vallarta has the ideal place to receive this type of treatment: REVIV, a spa/clinic specialized in promoting wellness, comfort, and health to its clients....
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Leona Vicario defied convention. A financier and intelligence gatherer for Mexico’s independence struggle two centuries ago, she broke gender barriers and publicly refuted an allegation that she made sacrifices for her country to win the man she loved. As Mexico marks its independence holiday on Wednesday, the anniversary of revolutionary leader Miguel Hidalgo’s 1810 call...
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Vita Deyun is the first Mexican treatment that has undergone rigorous laboratory tests, but has also proven its effectiveness in more than 7,500 people. Mexican doctors performed numerous in-vitro tests on patients and health personnel to verify the effectiveness of the supplement, which was developed with the support of Jalisco’s private sector, against the SARS-COV2...
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Restaurant Week 2020 kicks off on September 15, coinciding with the start of Mexico’s Fiestas Patrias, a celebration of the country’s nationhood that stirs up its citizen’s patriotic fervor and extends even into its gastronomy. This year, 49 restaurants in the Riviera Nayarit and Puerto Vallarta have signed up to participate in the 16th edition of this culinary festival that...
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The gruesome killing on Saturday of a second transgender woman in northern Mexico has unnerved the local transgender community and amplified calls for greater protections in the Latin American nation. The murder of Leslie Rocha in the border city of Ciudad Juarez came days after a transgender civil society group staged a protest there to...
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Mexico is working to produce its own COVID-19 vaccines and could have one ready by next spring, according to a researcher coordinating local efforts amid a global race to tame a disease that has infected over 26.75 million people worldwide. Esther Orozco, coordinator of the scientific group that represents Mexico at the Coalition for Epidemic...
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