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Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s first 100 days in office have combined a compulsive shedding of presidential trappings with a dizzying array of policy initiatives, and a series of missteps haven’t even dented his soaring approval ratings. Lopez Obrador has answered more questions from the press, flown in more economy-class flights, posed for more...
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Offering a Grand Prize of USD $20K+, the Robert Ross Fishing Tournament is open for registration. The Tournament is scheduled for May 17th-19th at the newly expanded Marina Puerto Escondido along the Sea of Cortez in Loreto, Baja California Sur. Fishing tournament competitors can try their hand at the fastest fish in the sea, the...
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Today, January 27, the Seventh Festival of Ceviche and Aguachile will take place in Puerto Vallarta, in which a variety of these dishes from the sea will be available. The event will be held, as has been done in previous years, in the Lázaro Cárdenas park, where 11 restaurants will present dozens of different ceviches...
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Almost a million Americans live without the proper papers on the other side of the wall that President Donald Trump plans to complete with federal funds. The big difference is that some emigrants arrive with dollars and their credit card. That is why some are expelled from thousands and others are deported – at most...
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new year's eve
Puerto Vallarta is an exciting place to be for New Year’s Eve with endless opportunities to fit anyone’s lifestyle and level of adventure. There is certainly too much to wrap up with 3 paragraphs and 4 restaurant recommendations. Of course, New Year’s Eve dinner is a huge event and just as important to the evening...
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Uber Eats, the application that allows millions of people around the world to request the food they want for home delivery, is ready to reach seven more cities in Mexico: Puerto Vallarta , Guanajuato, Irapuato, Celaya, Morelia, Los Mochis and Ciudad Obregón. The application will close 2018 with a presence in 30 cities in the...
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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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Vidanta is pleased to announce the company has named their official hire for the World’s Best Job position, Peru-based candidate, Andrea Martens. Chosen from a pool of over 15,000 candidates from more than 120 countries, the victorious applicant will spend the next year working as a professional vacationist and brand ambassador for Vidanta, a collection...
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Lung cancer is the biggest cancer killer in the U.S., and almost 90 percent of deaths from this disease are directly attributable to cigarette smoking. Many cancers, such as breast cancer, that were once a death sentence are now treatable, yet lung cancer survival rates remain below 20 percent. A cure may be elusive, but...
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The month of November is just around the corner and one of the most active months of the year, with an intense calendar of cultural, gastronomic and sporting activities, as well as social events and Mexican traditions, which gave rise to the best season in the Riviera Nayarit. There are 12 events that the Riviera...
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Miguel Ángel Millán, a 30-year-old blind man, and his guide dog Ruger, seek to end the discrimination they have suffered and lay the foundations to raise awareness about the use of guide dogs in Acapulco establishments. Miguel Angel left the cane behind and now chooses to be accompanied by Ruger, a 20-month old golden retriever,...
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Puerto Vallarta residents and vacationers began to resume their usual activities this Wednesday after not having been affected by the passage of Hurricane Willa. From the first hours of the day, people arrived at the Malecón to perform physical activity, walk, take some photographs and ride bicycles while municipal government staff was in charge of...
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Hurricane Willa weakened rapidly into a tropical depression on Wednesday after slamming into a stretch of beach towns, fishing villages and farms along Mexico’s Pacific coast as a Category 3 storm, though it continued to dump torrential rains over west-central Mexico. Damage assessments were scanty before dawn due to darkness and poor communications, but federal...
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Between two thousand and three thousand are estimated to have been evacuated in Puerto Vallarta, according to estimates by municipal authorities; however, the capacity of shelters in the area can accommodate 6,000 if needed, according to Mayor Arturo Dávalos. “We are asking the hotels that are in the tourist strip to evacuate tourists, also evacuate staff...
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After receiving the recognition as a Magical Town, Tlaquepaque will concentrate on improving the urban image and tourist offerings. “We have been working since the first administration: we modified streets, the whole electrical systems, and (for) that, we finally receive the name Magical Town, because from here we have to make many changes to the...
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