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U.S. Educator Aims to Bring Technology to PV School
A few years ago, we reported on Illinois school superintendent Lonny Lemon, who raised $15,000 via a GoFundMe campaign to provide the students at Ignacio L. Vallarta Elementary School with new desks. Now he's started a campaign to bring computers and technology to the school.
Early Retirement Benefits You May Not Have Considered
MEXLend Mortgages for Mexico
Achieving an early retirement means having the discipline to live within your means, make prudent investments and aggressively save money, but the benefits of that smart money management are profound. MEXLend Mortgages for Mexico lists 5 benefits of early retirement you may not have considered.
Arte Viviente is Not Your Typical Vallarta 'Art Gallery'
Showcasing some 45 Puerto Vallarta artists, Arte Viviente is not your typical 'art gallery.' Here you'll find works by photographers, painters & sculptors; jewelry, clothing & handbag designers; hat, soap & jam makers; coffee roasters, organic spice collectors, and more - all under one roof.
Puerto Vallarta Continues to Restore Public Sculptures
The Municipal Government and Institute of Culture continue working to preserve the sculptural heritage of Puerto Vallarta. Over the last 12 months, some of the city's most recognized public art pieces have been restored, the most recent being the monument to Lázaro Cárdenas.
Mexican Chile Peppers are More Than Just a Spicy Crop
Much more than just a spicy vegetable, chile peppers are a mosaic of flavors, colors, and textures that give great value to this crop. Mexico is one of the world's three largest producers of chiles, with 29 varieties and an annual production of 3.18 million tons.
Vallarta Favorites, Us Two, on Act2PV Facebook Live
To help stem the spread of COVID-19 in Puerto Vallarta, the doors of Act2PV are temporarily closed. In the meantime, you can see your favorite ActII entertainers via live stream performances on Facebook Live every Monday at 6:00 pm. Next up: 'The Best of Us Two' on July 27.
Watching Foreign Television from Your Home in Mexico
If you have purchased a home in Puerto Vallarta, it's likely that you'll want to watch television shows and news stations from the U.S. and Canada. While cable and satellite services are available here, one of the most popular options is to use streaming sites.
CRATE Vallarta: New Normal. New Dreams. Start NOW!
Debra Stevenson Peganyee
As we all return to the 'new normal' we realize now may be the very best time for new goals, new bucket lists and new dreams. For more than ten years, CRATE Interiors has been relocating clients to Mexico and offering the only fully turn-key interior décor service in Puerto Vallarta.
SEAPAL Vallarta Launches Children's Drawing Contest
SEAPAL has launched a drawing contest as part of their continuing efforts to promote the responsible use and conservation of water. The contest is open to children ages 6-12 who currently live in Puerto Vallarta, and the deadline for entries is August 7.
'Accidentally Delicious' White Bean and Tuna Salad
It's too hot to cook, so Puerto Vallarta foodie, Andrea Jupina, shares her recipe for 'Accidentally Delicious' White Bean and Tuna Salad. If you buy cooked beans, there is NO COOKING, no hot stove, so that makes it a perfect dish for this time of year.