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The Parish of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Puerto Vallarta turns 100 years old

The Parish of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Puerto Vallarta started construction at the beginning of the 20th century as the first church in the city. In the beginning, it was a small chapel dedicated to the Virgin of Guadalupe, until Father Francisco Ayala arrived in the city in 1915, and suggested building a church dedicated to the original Basilica of Guadalupe in Mexico City. The construction of the new church, to later be declared a parish, began on October 12, 1921, so today, we celebrate 100 years of the iconic landmark and first church built in Puerto Vallarta.

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Tropical Storm Watch issued for Nayarit

A tropical storm watch was issued in Nayarit from San Blas to Sinaloa. Pamela is expected to strengthen on Tuesday and make landfall as a possible category three hurricane on Wednesday morning. The effects in Puerto Vallarta will be limited to light and moderate rains with high seas as Pamela passes Jalisco and takes aim for the coast of Sinaloa.

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Superman’s son comes out as bisexual

It’s official. Jon Kent, son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane, who has now taken on the role of Superman, has announced that he is bisexual, on International Coming Out Day.  Superman Son by Kal-El is the next edition of the comic to be released in November, where Jon will explore a relationship with a male character. International Coming Out Day is celebrated each year on October 11 to encourage LGBTQ people to live their truth.

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  • Coca-Cola will build recycling plant in Puerto Vallarta Coca-Cola Mexico will invest $175 million pesos in the construction and expansion of collection and recycling plants in the country this year, one being in Puerto Vallarta. Mario García, director of North Region Operations of the company, said that $45 million pesos of the investment will be used to expand the infrastructure of the PetStar…
  • Puerto Vallarta establishes 19 shelter locations for the 2022 hurricane season The Municipal DIF System, chaired by María de Jesús López Delgado, and the Government of Puerto Vallarta, headed by Mayor Luis Alberto Michel Rodríguez, celebrated the collaboration agreements with representatives of 19 buildings in the city that will function as temporary shelters during the Tropical Cyclone and Hurricane Season in the Pacific 2022. The mayor…
  • There are officially 100,000 missing people in Mexico The Miguel Agustín Pro Juárez Human Rights Center (Prodh Center) reported that the National Registry of Disappeared and Unaccounted for Persons has reached 100,000 in Mexico. The civil association called for the creation of policies for the prevention and eradication of disappearances, as recommended by the United Nations (UN). On April 12, the UN presented…
  • Mexico’s Supreme Court rules criminalization of marijuana possession for personal use is unconstitutional The Supreme Court of Mexico ( SCJN ) declared the criminalization and punishment of individuals in possession of marijuana for personal use is unconstitutional. Prior to the ruling, the law indicated any individual in possession of more than 5 grams of marijuana could serve three years in prison. Today’s ruling makes punishment for possession of…
  • Where do foreigners come from and where do they live in Mexico? Due to its location, which connects the south of the American Continent with the United States, Mexico is a transit country for foreigners, but it has also become a place of residence for hundreds of thousands who decided to make a life in Mexico. According to figures from the National Institute of Migration (INM), corresponding…

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