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* The PVMirror Art Gallery Guide ©:
January 2014 ● Nina di Giovanni & Jean-Gabriel at Galleria Dante – Nina di Giovanni began her practice in mosaic in the 80s when living in Barcelona, Spain, where she fell in love with the idea of buildings as paintings vibrating in the urban landscape. Soon after she moved to Ravenna, Italy, to study traditional Roman and Byzantine techniques. Jean-Gabriel Lambert, born in Montreal, Canada, first came into the public eye through acting and dance. Later, he added writing and singing to his artistic accomplishments and soon after, in a natural progression, he began drawing and painting. Read more
How We found Puerto Vallarta in a Changing World – Well, my wife and I have landed in Puerto Vallarta and this time, finally, we think it’s for good. I think it will depend a lot upon how much the love of art in this wonderful place will continue to decline and how much Puerto Vallarta becomes a commercial port. The new customs warehouse and the four lane freeway being built between here and Guadalajara give us cause for some concern. Read more
A True Beach House… – The soft diaphanous salt air wafts through the open concept of this simple yet effective architectural design – would that it had gauze draping the sides to illustrate the motion of the ever so soft breeze. Thatch top still green from the recent construction, sturdy crooked legs like that of the broken men who braved the seas and might have found themselves beached here to build this primitive, yet artistic structure. Read more by Patty Says…
Nayarit EATS: What Makes a Fajita Sizzle? – Fajitas are a popular Mexican dish and are served throughout Jaltemba Bay and Riviera Nayarit. Some of the most authentic fajitas can be found at La Piña Loca Restaurante in Rincón de Guayabitos. They start by marinating and grilling your choice of shrimp, chicken or beef (or a combination of all three). Read more by
Three Regional Special Needs Schools Travel to La Peñita as part of Jaltemba Equine Education Project (J.E.E.P) – Over 100 children, parents, teachers and school directors from three special needs schools visited the Hilltop Refugio in La Peñita this past Thursday. George Leavitt, founder of Jaltemba Equine Education Project (J.E.E.P.), and his team of volunteers are working hard to turn the Hilltop Refugio into a safe, fun and educational place for children, especially those with emotional and physical needs. Read more by Jaltemba Bay
Festival Sayulita – The first annual Festival Sayulita, presented by SayulitaBeach.com, is a unique gathering for all lovers of Mexico, film, tequila, food, music and surf to be held Jan 16-19th in the idyllic coastal town of Sayulita, Nayarit. Sayulita provides a scenic, bohemian background perfect for this international festival. Read more
Support the new San Pancho Theater – “Judy…here at last! ” is a one-woman show about the legendary Judy Garland. This intimate play may be shocking, yet funny and sometimes sad. C&D Productions (Bucerias-based artists) bring live theater to our community as a benefit for San Pancho’s newest cultural project – La Bodega Teatro San Pancho. Read more
The Local Art of Making Authentic Mexican Tamales – We were thrilled when we finally got the opportunity to watch the Valdivia-Muñiz family make tamales at their home in La Colonia a few weeks ago. My husband David discovered “Tamalería La Autentica” last season, and quite honestly, they make the best tamales we’ve ever tasted. Read more by Allyson Williams
Real Mexican Vanilla – The unseasonably rainy days have given me time to complete some research on vanilla that I started some time ago. I explored vanilla and its many uses as well as some authenticity issues. I have provided some links for those who are interested in learning more. I’m sure you’ll agree, it is a very “delicate” subject. Read more by Ken & Bea Rauch
Discovery Channel Promotes Birding Adventures in Riviera Nayarit – The Riviera Nayarit is kicking off the New Year with a world-class promotion. On January 1st and 8th, the very international Discovery Channel will air two programs on birdwatching filmed on Isabel Island, declared a Mexican National Park in 1980. Read more by the Riviera Nayarit CVB
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Realizing a Dream – Some have said I am living the dream. Building an amazing house in a place that many would call paradise. It has been a journey of almost seven years since first discovering what I think is one of Mexico’s secret places. The journey began with a chance conversation with an old friend in Puerto Vallarta, who told me about the area known as Mayto. Read more
* The PVMirror City Paper Weekly Edition:
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Why Travel Insurance? – Did you know that according to recent studies one out of two people that travel encounters a health problem during their trip? They are most often stricken with either a cardiovascular incident or an accident. Cardiovascular incidents affect mainly people between the age of 50 to 69, and accidents occur more often in people between 20 to 29 years old. Read more by Intercam
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Planting Roots in Mexico – The Birds of Paradise – “Flamboyant” has been used to describe the Bird of Paradise. Native to the southern and eastern parts of the Cape Province and northern Natal in South Africa, I can think a no more apt a name than that! Its showy flower resembles the head of an exotic bird with an orange crest on a head and bill of blue. It is the quintessential floral essence of the tropics! Read more by Tomy Clarkrson
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When Latent Defects Are Discovered in a Real Estate Transaction – Latent defects are flaws or problems with a property that an informed buyer should know about in order to make an informed decision to buy or pass on a property. A premise in general law is the sale of property includes caveat emptor or “buyer beware’’. Read more
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