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Embracing the Sierra for the "Wirrarika" Brothers

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Building a World of Harmony and Understanding

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Gutiérrez Müller promotes reading from the Malecon

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More books to enrich Vallarta's culture.

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The Quest for Physical Health

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The ancient desire for a strong body.

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Special Attraction in Puerto Vallarta

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Colorful Party for Tourists and Locals.

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A common sight for the people of Puerto Vallarta.

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Presentation of a Vallarta literary work.

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Nourishing thoughts contribute to meaningful living.

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Exploring How This Coastal Paradise is Transforming Mental Health and Relationships

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Hospital CMQ and CPS Media Join Forces

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It is sunny, and Puerto Vallarta’s climate makes it a fantastic place to live. Especially if you can enjoy the beach as often as you want and all the activities involved living by the ocean.

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Mango season seems to be coming to an end here in Puerto Vallarta. My trees are mostly done, I have one just finishing and one more that still bears green mangoes. But just a month or so ago it was Mango Madness in my neighborhood.

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Day of the Dead: A Living Tradition

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The community of Puerto Vallarta and local foreigners who live here in the Port and have pets are urged to take them to be vaccinated during this anti-rabies campaign.

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In our climate, March through May is the predominant time of year for flea and tick infestations.

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The Poetry Recital for Lovers took place.

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From Los Mangos Library

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A Revolutionary Mural is Born.

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"Act2PV": The Week's Lineup.

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It's the last chance of the year to go to the movies

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A film by Elisa Miller.

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One of the most exotic drinks of the Coast.

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An Opportunity for Conversion and Renewal among Vallarta Residents.

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The Day of Love and Friendship.

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