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Luna Rumba Productions (in association with) Los Arroyos Verde, presents their end of the season Moonlight Concert at 7 pm on March 13th in Bucerias. Experience an unforgettable evening of music, performed by some of the best musical talents in the Banderas Bay area, by the light of the moon in a beautiful garden called...
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In a career spanning more than twenty-five years, Provincetown’s Scott Townsend, aka Thirsty Burlington, is regarded as one of the finest celebrity impersonators in the world. In his signature show, Cher, Live!, he raises the bar to new heights, mesmerizing audiences with all live vocals, gorgeous costumes, and hilarious comedy! “You do me, better than...
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Luna Rumba Productions (in association with) Los Arroyos Verdes, presents the Moonlight Concert Series. Imagine unforgettable evenings of music, performed by some of the best musical talents in the Banderas Bay area, by the light of the moon in a beautiful garden called “Los Arroyos Verdes”. You can be part of this extraordinary moonlight concert...
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In a bid to eliminate years of mounting theft, state oil firm Pemex has changed its distribution, triggering shortfalls in at least six states, including Guanajuato, a major car-making hub in central Mexico. Guanajuato’s state government said that less than one third of the state’s gas stations were open on Monday. Lopez Obrador told a...
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Puerto Vallarta’s best known and adored songstress, Kim Kuzma, opens her season at The Palm Cabaret on Tuesday, November 27th with her electrifying new show, ‘Dancing Queen,’ featuring the music of Cher and ABBA. Kim has performed for many an audience throughout Canada, the United States, Europe and Mexico, with 14 seasons in Puerto Vallarta....
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Lush beaches and balmy breezes set the scene this past weekend as fundraisers cast their lines to benefit cystic fibrosis research and patient care. From November 8-11, 150 guests enjoyed a weekend of world-class fishing, challenging golf, spa treatments and unlimited gourmet food and refreshing libations at the Villa Premiere Boutique Hotel, all while helping...
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Mexican annual inflation in the first half of October rose less than expected, official data showed on Wednesday, but the rate was still above the central bank’s target. Mexican inflation in the 12-months through early October rose 4.94 percent, the national statistics institute said, compared to expectations for a 5.00 percent increase in a Reuters...
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These fascinating photos from Leon Reed were taken by his father Walter Reed that documented the everyday life of Mexico in 1958. “A trip to Mexico. We drove in via Nuevo Laredo, drove down to (and beyond) Mexico City (including Taxco, Cuernevaca, Teotihuacan, Morelia, etc.), and returned back via Nuevo Laredo. We were in Mexico for nearly a...
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At least five people are dead after the collapse of a shopping mall under construction in the northern Mexico city of Monterrey. The civil defense office in the state of Nuevo Leon, where Monterrey is located, said that two people had been pulled alive from the rubble and 12 were listed as missing. Photos taken...
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Riviera Nayarit offers its visitors various activities for October, including gastronomic and sports, with the intention of generating higher occupancy rates during the fall season. The Convention and Visitors Bureau of the Riviera Nayarit (OCV) reported in a statement that, along with the Association of Hotels and Motels of Bahía de Banderas, they work all...
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Two days after protests began in Nicaragua in April, a foreign auto components company was meeting at a hotel in the city of Leon when smoke from a burning university building just a block away billowed above the hotel’s colonnaded courtyard. The visitors quickly cut short their event and began changing their travel plans to...
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In the swampy wetlands of southern Mexico, officials and researchers are struggling to explain the deaths of dozens of manatees, the chubby marine mammals once confused with mermaids by ancient mariners. Fishermen who navigate the muddy waters inland from the coast of Tabasco state have discovered since May at least 28 dead West Indian manatees,...
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Mexican police on Thursday arrested a former officer believed to be a regional leader of the criminal group Gulf Cartel, the National Security Commission said Friday. Victor Manuel Perez, alias “Pantera 16” (Panther 16) or “Comandante Viento” (Commander Wind), was arrested without incident in the Pacific coast resort of Puerto Vallarta in western Mexico. Police...
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World Beer Day will be held on August 3, a worthy date to celebrate in Mexico for being the number one country in beer exports and the fourth producer internationally, exceeding the brewing powers of Germany. With friends, as a couple, or with the family, it is important to remember on this special date that...
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A 5.7 magnitude earthquake rattled southern and central Mexico on Thursday, but there are no immediate reports of damage or injuries. Workers at some Mexico City office towers temporarily evacuated their buildings but quickly re-entered after the swaying stopped. The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake occurred around 8:30 a.m. local time (13:30 GMT) and...
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