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Second Gold Leaf Smoke Shop Opens in Puerto Vallarta
As Mexico prepares to vote to legalize cannabis this October, Gold Leaf Smoke Shop, the first store of its kind in Puerto Vallarta, opens a second location in Plaza Caracol. To celebrate the opening, both stores are offering deep discounts on all merchandise through the end of October.
Puerto Vallarta South Side Shuffle Every Other Friday
Banderas News Team
On Friday, November 29, 2019, and every other Friday from 6:00 to 10:00 pm through April 3, 2020, La Zona Romantica will come to life as locals and tourists alike head over to Basilio Badillo to do the South Side Shuffle, the only ongoing party of its kind in all of Puerto Vallarta.
Parota Center: A New Place to Shop in Puerto Vallarta
If you are anything like me, chances are you've driven by Parota Center, the new shopping center on Francisco Villa, and thought, 'I'll stop by and explore once enough shops are open.' Well, curiosity got the best of me, so I decided to stop by and check it out.
Ready to Shop? Tianguis Lo de Marcos Every Saturday
The Tianguis Lo de Marcos will reopen its doors for its sixth season on November 2, 2019. Held every Saturday from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, this weekly event expects to continue its growth and history of drawing shoppers from around Banderas Bay to this small town on the Riviera Nayarit.
Bank of Mexico Launches CoDi: Say Adios to Your Wallet
Say goodbye to your wallet! Now you can make purchases from your cell phone with the help of CoDi. Officially launched last week by the Bank of Mexico, the Digital Collections platform (CoDi), offers a secure, fast and efficient means of payment and purchase through mobile devices.
'La Calavera Catrina,' Mexico's Lady of the Dead
In some of the artisan shops here in Puerto Vallarta, you'll find curious porcelain or ceramic sculptures of skeleton ladies. Called 'Catrinas,' they're created by various artists and inspired by the works of Mexican printmaker and lithographer, José Guadalupe Posada.
Mexican Women Personify La Catrina in 'Entre Catrinas'
'La Catrina,' is the subject of a new book by Fine Art Photographer Jonathan Klip. Set to be released in October, 'Entre Catrinas,' features photographs of 100 powerful Mexican women personifying one of the most recognizable symbols of Mexico's Day of the Dead celebrations.
SkyBridge will Facilitate Shipping from US to Mexico
When Mexican residents order merchandise from a US company, they traditionally face weeklong waits for customs to clear the package. That is about to change as an Arizona airport becomes the first in the United States to pre-clear items shipped to anywhere in Mexico.
November 9 Garage Sale to Benefit PuRR Project
This season's first fund raising event for Vallarta's non-profit feline shelter, PuRR Project, will be a huge Garage Sale on Saturday, November 9. We've already collected lots of good stuff to sell, but still need your unwanted 'treasures' that someone else would love to have.
Herdez Launches Environmentally-Friendly Initiatives
Herdez - a Mexico-based, multinational, food and beverage company best known for its line of canned vegetables - has launched an environmentally-friendly initiative through which you can pay your Netflix bill and obtain e-money refunds by recycling their product cans.