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My practice is in the same community where my family and I live. So, it is very important that I remain active in the community. I've known some of my patients for years before they visited my office.
Sinergiarte, the annual San Pancho art festival organized every December by Colectivo San Pancho (their art collective) has launched a fundraising campaign to ensure that their upcoming festival will take place successfully. This year’s event will take place December 20 - 28.
The Voice of Vallarta (La Voz de Vallarta) Season 2 returns to Act II Entertainment.
Can you sing? The Voice of Vallarta is looking for the best singers in the bay.
Whether you’re lacing up running shoes to compete or heading to the route in flip-flops as a spectator, you won’t want to miss the 6th Annual Touristic Half-Marathon and 10K slated for Friday, Nov. 22.
We are planning on visiting nine bars that are all located within easy walking distance in “The Southside” also known as “The Romantic Zone”. Our plan is to spend 45 minutes in each place starting at 1:00 in the afternoon. With this many stops, maybe we should call it “A One And Done Tour”!
Postcard-worthy views, star-laden skies, romantic dinners by the Sea and exclusive glamping by the beach in your own private bungalow make up a swoon-worthy honeymoon experience at Villa Celeste at the Conchas Chinas.
With the Rock Star line up that is coming to Vallarta in a performance riddled with FUN!
It is with great pride that I announce that the 23rd Annual Banderas Bay Regatta is scheduled to take place March 3 -7, 2015. Registrations are now open for this fun filled week of music, good food, great camaraderie, and great racing.
The Gourmet Festival is a world class dining experience that takes place annually during the month of November in Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit on the hotels facilities and participating restaurants.
Puerto Vallarta is one of the most beautiful vacation destinations in the world. With a wide array of beautiful beaches, shopping and exquisite and exciting nightlife,
New York, May 26, 2014- The Puerto Vallarta Tourism Board has won the hosting responsibilities of the North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA) 2015 Conference & Marketplace to be held in Puerto Vallarta in May 2015.
We invite you to spend 4 epic days with us from November 6-9 in gorgeous Puerto Vallarta, Mexico! Apply to join us today and hope to see you there, with 350 of the world’s most brilliant and inspiring entrepreneurs and thought leaders.
Puerto Vallarta will host the International Fireworks Festival 2014 which will take place on December 20 to 31. Participants from four different countries are expected: Italy, USA, Canada and Spain; five states of the Mexican Republic: Jalisco, Puebla, Zacatecas, Sonora and Mexico State.
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'Smart' luggage will text you when it gets lost
When an airline loses your luggage, it can take hours or even days to get someone to tell you where it ended up -- if it ever turns up at all. Wouldn't it be easier to hear from the luggage itself? That's the promise of "smart luggage," in which GPS tracking chips are embedded in bags capable of transmitting their locations to travelers and even contacting airlines directly when they get lost. The...Read More...
Why clowns keep scaring us
American circus performer Emmett Kelly Sr. lifts his hat at the circus in 1943. It sounds like something made up just in time for Halloween. Several reports from France of attacks by people dressed as clowns -- and armed with anything from knives to baseball bats -- have been making headlines in Europe. Taken with the recent sightings reported by some communities in Florida, New Mexico and...
Why Mexico's The Place To Be, For Single Ladies
For many 50+ women, work is becoming more and more contractual and virtual, pushing us to develop new ideas and to reinvent ourselves. As we determine our next income-producing strategy, it might be time to develop a financial defense strategy that preserves our assets while we’re planning the next stage of our lives. That’s why I think single women over 50 might want to relocate to Mexico...Read More...
Puerto Vallarta Sports News
Marina Vallarta Golf Classic Tournament to Benefit Library and Augie's Quest Foundation
The Los Mangos Library and Cultural Center has teamed up with the Marina Vallarta Golf Club to carry out the first Vallarta Golf Classic Tournament to raise funds for the cultural projects at the library. Marina Vallarta Golf Course owners continue to be committed to supporting social causes that benefit the community and wanted to give back to the library for the important contribution that it...Read More...
6th Riviera Nayarit Tourism Half Marathon & 10K
Runner participation has increased 600% since its inception, now boasting over 1,200 runners from 12 Mexican states plus the US and Canada. The Guayabitos 5-10K Race will be held this weekend. The 6th Riviera Nayarit Tourism Half Marathon and 10K will be held on November 22nd in the morning. This is the only run of its kind aimed at visitors that helps the destination by generating income and positioning...Read More...
Toluca slip up against Leon
Toluca missed out on the chance to move back up to second in the Apertura after suffering a surprise 3-2 defeat at home to Leon on Sunday. The hosts could have moved back to within a point of league leaders Club America with victory but fell behind to Mauro Boselli's 20th-minute strike and although Pablo Velazquez levelled matters just after the half hour from the penalty spot, Leon regained the...Read More...
Puerto Vallarta Entertainment News
ACT II Entertainment
Halloween has once again arrived and ACT II ENTERTAINMENT is celebrating its two year anniversary! On Halloween night, there will be a 9 p.m. showing of the movie ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW with interactive actors from the original production produced by Act II, exactly 2 years ago to the date! Join the original cast members in costume as they take the stage. The night will start out in ENCORE PIANO...Read More...
Hollywood and the 1,000 faces of the Hispanic market
The Hispanic market is still a mystery for Hollywood and the film industry, eager to benefit from Latinos' growing purchasing power, continues to struggle to understand what is a diverse population. Research by the Motion Pictures Association of America confirms a trend the studios know well: Hispanics like to go to the movies with their families, and they like it a lot. So much that, adjusting...Read More...
Fashion Icon Oscar de La Renta Dies at 82
Legendary fashion designer Oscar de La Renta has died, a family member told ABC News. He was 82. The cause of death was not immediately clear. De La Renta, who most recently designed Amal Clooney's wedding dress, was diagnosed with cancer in 2006. Born in the Dominican Republic in 1932, De La Renta left home at 18 to study painting in Madrid. It was there he developed a love of fashion design...
Puerto Vallarta Political News
Puerto Vallarta City workers involved in analysis for detection of breast cancer
Puerto Vallarta, Jal.- After the conference held by the city government , which preceded by Ramón Guerrero Martínez , about breast cancer , attended 145 city employees , the official Mayor Ignacio Guzman , said Dr. Silvia Ramirez Guzmán , performed women exploring in order to detect any abnormalities that might suggest the presence of this disease. " The Administrative Office Management , has...Read More...
Small People or Persons of Stunting Demand Respect For Their Human Rights
On Tuesday before the Senate a bill with which it seeks to create a culture of respect, good treatment and non-discrimination to the little people Small people or persons of stunting demand respect for their human rights and adapt urban infrastructure according to their conditions and generate a culture of respect, awareness and sensitization was this social sector, said The Senator Margarita Sánchez...Read More...
Alejandro Fernandez concert a total success
With resounding success, last Thursday night was presented the Mexican singer Alejandro Fernandez in the Government Auditorium , where thousands of Nayarit enjoyed this great concert that took place thanks to the Government. Full of cheers and signs of affection that taxed the public Nayarit , 'El Potrillo' said to tread this land happy and appreciated the opportunity to present a newly refurbished...Read More...
Puerto Vallarta Social News
Puerto Vallarta Municipal Cemeteries Ready for thousands of visitors on Day of the Dead
With constant maintenance and cleaning by the government headed by Ramón Guerrero Martínez, the five municipal cemeteries of Puerto Vallarta are ready to welcome the nearly 160,000 people estimated to visit on November 1 & 2 in honoring Day of the Dead. Improvements have included much cleaning, trash and debris removal and addition of the Day of the Dead theme. "Truth shines when our cemetery...Read More...
Vallarta CANICA Invited you to be bald by donation
Again, the Women's Association and the Center Vallarta Support Children with Cancer (CANICA), organized the event “Mi Amigo sin Pelo” with the aim of raising funds to help children in poor families suffering from cancer and who can not afford treatment. At a press conference , the President of the Women's Association Vallarta , Evelia Basáñez and director of CANICA , Javier Galvan ,...Read More...
The Polish Press Takes A FAM Trip To The Region
Four reporters and a photographer visited the area, accompanied by the Regional Director of the Central and Eastern European office of the MTB; their published material is expected to generate millions of impressions in the different sectors of their previously selected audience. The Vallarta-Nayarit joint promotional campaign spearheaded by the Mexico Tourism Board (MTB) included an October FAM...Read More...
Puerto Vallarta Business News
Mexico climbs four spots in Ease of Doing Business ranking
The country climbed from the 43rd to the 39th spot. In Mexico opening a business takes 6.3 days, six procedures and costs 18.6% of the per capita income. Mexico's reforms helped the country climb four sports in the World Bank's Ease of Doing Business ranking, from the 43rd to the 39th position. According to the report, entitled "Doing Business 2015: Going Beyond Efficiency", Mexico is one of the...Read More...
World millionaire population to surge 50% by 2019
The world's millionaire population will leapfrog to 53 million from 35 million over the next five years, supported by an explosion of wealth in emerging markets, according to Credit Suisse. China will be a large driving force in the growth of global wealth, alongside Indonesia, India, Mexico and Brazil, the bank said. The number of...Read More...
Mexico Passes 2015 Budget Revenue Bill After Oil Forecast Cut
Mexico’s Congress passed the revenue side of next year’s budget after lowering its forecast for the price of oil to account for volatility in global crude prices. The lower house today passed changes approved last night in the Senate, sending the bill to President Enrique Pena Nieto for enactment. The Senate Finance committee this week lowered its estimate for oil exported by Mexico next year...Read More...
Puerto Vallarta National News
HP, Puerto Vallarta sister cities foundations to sponsor symposium on domestic violence
The Highland Park Sister Cities Foundation will sponsor a series of lectures on domestic violence in one of its Sister Cities: Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Judge David Delgado, formerly of the Domestic Relations Division of the Circuit Court of Cook County, and Richard Wolfe, a Chicago attorney and vice-president of the Highland Park Sister Cities Foundation, will present the symposia to police officials,...Read More...
Archeologists Make Incredible Discoveries In Tunnel Sealed 2,000 Years Ago
MEXICO CITY (AP) — A years-long exploration of a tunnel sealed almost 2,000 years ago at the ancient city of Teotihuacan yielded thousands of relics and the discovery of three chambers that could hold more important finds, Mexican archaeologists said Wednesday. Project leader Sergio Gomez said researchers recently reached the end of the 340-foot (103-meter) tunnel after meticulously working their...Read More...
Tropical Depression 21-E to Threaten to Mexico
Tropical Depression 21-E has formed over the eastern Pacific Ocean and will pose a threat to Mexico. The AccuWeather.com Hurricane Center is keeping a close eye on the tropical depression, located several hundred miles south-southeast of Acapulco. This depression is expected to strengthen into the basin's next tropical storm, taking on the name of Vance. Further strengthening will occur through...Read More...
Puerto Vallarta International News
Mexican judge frees jailed Marine Andrew Tahmooressi, family says
A Mexican judge has freed jailed US Marine Andrew Tahmooressi, his family said late Friday. Tahmooressi, 26, who served two tours of duty in Afghanistan, has been held since March 31, when he said he mistakenly crossed into Mexico with three legally-purchased and registered guns in his truck. A court-appointed psychiatrist confirmed that Tahmooressi has Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Family spokesman...Read More...
Dad’s lame idea for a birthday present, a lottery ticket, hits $4M jackpot
Lottery tickets are generally considered bad birthday presents. They rarely net any money and basically mean that the person giving the ticket forgot to get you something better. Then again, there is the case of Deisi Ocampo. The 19-year-old Chicago girl was given two Illinois $100 Million Money Mania instant tickets by her father and one of them turned out to be worth $4 million. Dad’s lame...Read More...
BWW Interviews: MERILEE KERN and Her 'Kids Making Healthy Choices' App
Merilee Kern is a children's health advocate, health industry veteran and two-time fitness champion. She is the creator of the ground-breaking "Kids Making Healthy Choices" APP for children, parents, caregivers and educators. The APP is currently available on iTunes and it is based on her award-winning, illustrated fictional children's book, "Making Healthy Choices - A Story to Inspire Fit, Weight-Wise...Read More...
Puerto Vallarta Luxury Lifestyle News
Sofitel New York: Parisian Chic in the City
With so many hotel options in New York City it’s difficult to be distinctive. But the Sofitel New York hotel effectively sets itself apart from the pack by bringing the French style of luxury living to discerning guests taking a bite of the Big Apple. While boutique in its service sensibility, Sofitel New York encompasses a 30-story building overlooking 44th and 45th streets. The hotel offers a...Read More...
High & Mighty: VIP Grand Canyon Helicopter Picnic Tour
Courtesy Sundance Helicopters When visiting Las Vegas there’s no better VIP experience than buzzing the famed strip by helicopter en route to a tour of the Grand Canyon—especially one paired with a champagne picnic in the colossal canyon, itself. And, no company does this better than Sundance Helicopters that for nearly 30 years has been making passengers feel high and mighty in Sin City. Partner...
The Foods of Jalisco Offer Tasty Surprises
Puerto Vallarta, on the Pacific seacoast in the Mexican state of Jalisco, is famous here as the source of Tequila. Guadalajara is the capital of the state, but lying inland among mountains, its climate and cuisine are different from that of the coast. A recent visit to Puerto Vallarta introduced me to some intriguing new culinary delights as well as new spins on familiar favorites. It also brought...Read More...
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- A Mexican judge has freed jailed US Marine Andrew Tahmooressi, his family said late Friday. Tahmooressi, 26, who served two… Read More
- With constant maintenance and cleaning by the government headed by Ramón Guerrero Martínez, the five municipal cemeteries of Puerto Vallarta… Read More
- Again, the Women's Association and the Center Vallarta Support Children with Cancer (CANICA), organized the event “Mi Amigo sin Pelo”… Read More
- The country climbed from the 43rd to the 39th spot. In Mexico opening a business takes 6.3 days, six procedures… Read More
- The Highland Park Sister Cities Foundation will sponsor a series of lectures on domestic violence in one of its Sister… Read More
- When an airline loses your luggage, it can take hours or even days to get someone to tell you where… Read More
- American circus performer Emmett Kelly Sr. lifts his hat at the circus in 1943. It sounds like something made up… Read More
- Four reporters and a photographer visited the area, accompanied by the Regional Director of the Central and Eastern European office… Read More
- Lottery tickets are generally considered bad birthday presents. They rarely net any money and basically mean that the person giving… Read More
- The world's millionaire population will leapfrog to 53 million from 35 million over the next five years, supported by an… Read More
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