May warm and bright!… Saturday 18 to Friday 24

Welcome to our current Online Version of PVMirror published by Harvest Estudio.  Please remember that our May Articles are indexed below. If you are interested in advertise with us in our Online Version, please click here. If you want to read about Puerto Vallata Local News this Week (Saturday 18 to Friday 24)  please visit our Printed Version City Paper Website.

online-mayGreat News!… now you can list your property for sale on our Real Estate By-Onwer. Affordable and it runs until you sell. Contact us at: advertisepvmirror@ymail.com

Please remember that if you want to join in and share information, stories or photos of Costa Alegre, Puerto Vlalarta, Banderas Bay and/or Riviera Nayarit, Mexico, please email them to: publisher@pvmirror.com Many thanks and God bless you.

title-artandculture* The Painter Adventures Column ©:

painter_homeFlowers in my HomeThere are always fresh flowers in my home. My wife buys roses, gladiolas and lilis, mostly in red and white colors. “Red is for sales” -she says. Although I am not sure it is that which brings customers for my paintings, this season there have been plenty –thank God!  It’s a good thing to have a wife who is an optimist anyway. Read more

* The PVMirror Art Gallery Guide ©:

arte_homeWaterside Art Shows at Estudio-Café in Nuevo VallartaEvery Saturday morning  from November to May, along the malecón infront of the Estudio-café in Nuevo Vallarta, local artists exhibit paintings and sculptures. You can have a splendid breakfast or lunch while you enjoy the view of  boats sailing by and then stroll the waterside show. Read News

title-endlessdiscoveringcolibri_home Functional Art Part 1 – The Pedestal Bed – As summer approaches, so do the rains and the humidity. Along with these comes one of the largest problems we face in our little paradise, that of mold and mildew. Especially if someone is planning to lock up their home and hope for the best, replacing mattresses and pillows in the fall can become a ritual. Read more

* Living Design Column:

patti_homeTangerine Dreams – a Fresh Design Scheme for Inside and Out!- Inspiration is often a pleasant surprise. It happens with a spark that ignites a theme and the project evolves. In a very dramatic transformation of a simple yet dated living room, we skinned two walls with stacked white stone. Red more by Patti Says [New!]

* Wedding Destination Column:

weddings_home5 Great Reasons to Get Married in VallartaPuerto Vallarta and Bandera’s Bay have exquisite beaches and spectacular locations for your especial day. The bordering towns are unique and the picturesque beaches are rich in beauty. Puerto Vallarta is home of the best restaurants in the Pacific Coast of Mexico and is base to the Gourmet Festival. Read more [New!]

title-fromthenorthsanpanchobird_homeSan Pancho Bird Observatory Newsletter – SPBO feels lucky to join forces with the Birding Chacala group. Volunteers from each group unite to provid experience to children in Chacala schools fostering knowledge and identification of resident and migrant bird species in their area. Read more by San Pancho Bird Observatory

lacruz_homeCasiano’s to Host Kick Off Acción En La Cruz EventLa Cruz’s “hidden culinary gem,” Casiano’s (formerly Il Violli) will host a special Cocktail & Tapas Party to benefit the Acción En La Cruz program on Wednesday May 29th at 6:30 PM. Read more [New!]

tamaraprev_home Sports Injury?… Eating for Prevention and Healing You’ve been training for months, maybe even years, for the big race day. Yet, a quick snap, crackle or pop and it’s game over. Instead of heading to the starting line you’re sitting on the couch. Read more by Tamara Jacobi [New!]

tamara_homeCoconut Water For Hydration?What is all the coconut water hype about? This “miraculous” hydration drink has exploded in popularity in the last few years.  You’ve probably seen it at yoga studios, gyms and even at grocery store checkout lines. Coconut water companies claim that coconut water is the BEST, all natural way to hydrate. Read more by Tamara Jacobi

rivieratexas_homeRiviera Nayarit will put its Texan boots on!The 9th edition of the Texas Music Festival will take place on June 11 to 18 in Mexico’s Pacific Treasure. In Riviera Nayarit luxury means music, and music has allowed us to celebrate the Texas Music Festival in our destination for the last nine years. Read more by The Riviera Nayarit Conventions & Visitors Bureau

jaltemba_homeTianguis in La PeñitaToday’s “Photo of the Week” is actually a compilation of nine crazy beautiful photos taken recently at the Tianguis in La Peñita by Dave Boroughs. As he wrote, there are “good vibes and lots of vibrance” to be captured on market day. See photos by Dave Boroughs

jaltembapiedras_homeGolden Age Backpackers: Petroglyphs near La Luz del Mundo Church in Los AyalaVisitors and snowbirds wintering in the Jaltemba Bay area have probably visited or certainly heard of Alta Vista, a fabulous Tecoxquin (“Throat Cutters”) archeological site. What most visitors do not realize is that there are numerous, but smaller ancient sites displaying petroglyphs located right in our own. Read more by John & Doreen Berg

jaltembaamapa_homeIn Bloom: Amapa TreesAmapa trees are only in full bloom for a few weeks in mid-April. If you are in the Jaltemba Bay area during this time, one of the best places to view these trees is near the tennis courts on Avenida del Sol Nuevo in Rincón de Guayabitos. There are approximately a dozen trees lining the street and tennis courts… Read more by Allyson Williams [New!]

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* Exploring The South Column ©:

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A Love of BeachesFinding a virgin pristine unspoiled beach that is accessible might seem only a dream in today’s world. I set out in search of one, and found it. To me the magic of a beach is measured by a huge wow factor, and the solitude and purity of the experience. A walk on the beach should be an escape from crowds of people and the daily grind. Read more [New!]

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* The PVMirror City Paper Weekly Edition:
239-citypaperFor Local News, please visit: http://www.pvmcitypaper.com/ our Weekly PVMirror City Paper Printed Version. Or if you prefer, please click here to visit This Week (Saturday 18 to Friday 24) edition . Welcome to Puerto Vallarta!

bugambilia_homeThe Puerto Vallarta Bougainvillea Festival and PV Garden ClubFrom 17 to 24 May  Come and be among the first to enjoy the 1st Annual Puerto Vallarta Bugambilia Festival. The Festival produces and coordinates daily events featuring diverse and creative programming promoting traditional and contemporary arts and culture, natural beauty, and community spirit.Events are primarily free and open to the public. See the Program

The Puerto Vallarta Restaurant Week 2013 Menus Now Available Online… please click here!

title-mexicomirrorcincodemayo_homeMay 2013 ● 5 Things You Have to Know About 5 de Mayo Celebration in MexicoWhat’s the big deal about Cinco de Mayo – literally translated as the fifth of May? Here’s what you need to know to celebrate the day: Cinco de Mayo IS NOT Mexico’s Independence Day. Most Americans confuse this holiday with Mexico’s Independence Day, but that date is Sept. 16. Read more by Intercam

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* Birds of Puerto Vallarta Column ©:

bird_homePale-billed Woodpecker – (Campephilus guatemalensis) Carpintero PiquiclaroWoodpeckers usually belong to people’s favorite birds. Perhaps it is their striking color combinations, their active foraging habits or their ability to knock impressive holes into hard tree trunks. How knows. From my first hand experience as a bird watching guide, I can confirm, that sighting of a woodpecker is always somewhat special. Read more  [New!]

* Fishing Report Column ©:

fishing_home Fishing ReportWelcome to the beginning of the summer season here in Puerto Vallarta! In these days the sun is a little higher in the sky and lingers a little longer everyday. With these longer days the waters of our world famous fishing grounds increase in both temperature and in current activity with changing current directions which is normal for this time of the year. Read more [New!]

* Gardening in Paradise Column ©:

gardening_homePalms Say It BestTry to picture in your mind any tropical setting without a palm tree in there somewhere. Even if it is in a desert oasis, the palm makes it feel tropical. It is a natural; it belongs there and it makes a statement. Palms can be tropical, but they can also be subtropical. Read more [New!]

* Natural Encounter Column ©:

mushrooms_home Mushrooms – Flowers of the EarthMushrooms have been represented in traditional Mexican cooking for many many years from modest quesadillas via traditional soups up to the most sophisticated delicacies. The general knowledge that we have about mushrooms precisely relates to this culinary custom even though they also arouse curiosity when we think about their use in some ceremonial practices in certain religions where hallucinogenic mushrooms have received honor and adoration in some countries of the worldRead more

title-realestate* Viewpoint Column ©:

viewpoint_homeGood Neighbors Mexico, Canada, USA – A Perspective from Michael Barone – I was impressed with this take on “Neighbors” since I am an American living and working in Mexico, selling real estate to citizens of these North American Countries. The United States has land borders with just two nations, Canada and Mexico Read more [New!]

Great News!… now you can list your property for sale on our Real Estate By-Onwer. Affordable and it runs until you sell. Contact us at: advertisepvmirror@ymail.com

title-vallartahealthnoelrivas_home What 7 Benefits Come With Dental ImplantsHer cheeky smile lit up the room, warmed the hearts of listeners and revived the twinkle in the eyes of this aged woman and her life-time friends. They discovered that the simple pleasures in life were not lost forever; they discovered the marvelous blessings dental implants brought to their lives even then. Read more

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* Photo of the Week (Saturday 18 to Friday 24)

Tropical vegetation in Banderas Bay and Riviera Nayarit ● Photo by Harvest Estudio

Tropical vegetation in Banderas Bay and Riviera Nayarit ● Photo by Harvest Estudio

  • Please remember that if you want to join in and share information, stories or photos of Costa Alegre, Puerto Vlalarta, Banderas Bay and/or Riviera Nayarit, Mexico, please email them to: publisher@pvmirror.com Many thanks and God bless you.
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