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Movies in Town – Nov 16 to 22

Movies in Town – Nov 16 to 22

Movies coming out this week Trailers below are for the latest movies. Click on the links below the videos to check out the rest of the movies playing in Mazatlan. The girl in the spider’s web –  Platino/ Gran Plaza Young computer hacker Lisbeth Salander and journalist Mikael Blomkvist find themselves caught in a web of

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Hospice Mazatalan Announces 12th Annual Golf Tournament

Hospice Mazatalan Announces 12th Annual Golf Tournament

As in the past, the 12th annual golf tournament will be held at the beautiful Estrella del Mar golf course a PGA Tour Latino America venue  

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Mexico adopts Kukur Tihar

Mexico adopts Kukur Tihar Updated

Nepal’s tradition of honouring dogs at Kukur Tihar has been taken to the other side of the world by a collective of Mexican animal rights groups that has started celebrating the festival too. Last week, after Nepal worshipped its dogs, Mexicans brought out their pets in the Mexico City’s Revolution Square and in Puerto Vallarta, garlanding and

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Aeromexico cancels five routes to U.S.

Aeromexico cancels five routes to U.S.

Aeromexico, which is experiencing losses resulting from high fuel prices, will pull out five airplanes from its fleet and eliminate nine routes — including five connecting Mexican and U.S. cities, Mexican newspapers reported. “With fuel prices in the order of $80 per barrel and the excess capacity in the market, the environment remains complicated,” Aeromexico said Wednesday

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‘El Chapo’ trial: Mexico presidents reject ‘scapegoat’ claims

‘El Chapo’ trial: Mexico presidents reject ‘scapegoat’ claims

Mexico’s president and his predecessor have rejected allegations of bribe-taking made in the New York trial of drug kingpin Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán. Mr Guzmán’s lawyer told the trial that his client was a “scapegoat”. He said the real leader of the Sinaloa Cartel was Ismael “El Mayo” Zambada who was living openly in Mexico

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Five held over murder of Mexico politician’s daughter

Five held over murder of Mexico politician’s daughter

Police in the eastern Mexican state of Veracruz has arrested five people suspected of involvement in the murder of the daughter of a Congresswoman. Valeria Cruz Medel, a medical student, was shot dead while working out in a gym in Ciudad Mendoza on Thursday. Carmen Medel broke down when she found out about her daughter’s

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NFL cancels Mexico City trip, moves Chiefs-Rams game to LA

NFL cancels Mexico City trip, moves Chiefs-Rams game to LA

The NFL has decided to move Monday’s game between the Chiefs and Rams from Mexico City to Los Angeles because of poor field conditions at Estadio Azteca, it was announced Tuesday. Players had strongly considered not playing if the NFL had opted to keep the game in Mexico City, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter earlier Tuesday. The issue

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Military Police step back from Mazatlan

Military Police step back from Mazatlan

Military Police that worked jointly with the Municipal Police are no longer working in Mazatlan effective November 1st. “The new Administration of the City has not signed any agreements for their continued involvement”, said the Mayor. “But we will meet with the Secretary of Security to decide if Military Police should be supporting us but

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Aircraft crashes minutes after taking off from Mazatlan Airport

Aircraft crashes minutes after taking off from Mazatlan Airport

Last Saturday, November 10, around 12:00 pm an aircraft crashed at el Walamo, a village of Villa Union, just minutes after of taking-off from Mazatlan Airport. Witnesses reported that the Cessna aircraft apparently suffered a mechanical malfunction and lost altitude. The pilot could not control the plane and got entangled in electric power cables. As it

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Fetus found abandoned on Golden Zone beach

Fetus found abandoned on Golden Zone beach

Around 7:30 am last Thursday a tourist was having a morning walk when he found a fetus abandoned on the beach in the Golden Zone. He reported tghis to the authorities and CAPTA police raced to the scene. The fetus is believed to be 8 months old and is thought to have been disposed of

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Want A Private Jet? AMLO has One Up For Sale

Want A Private Jet? AMLO has One Up For Sale

The Boeing 787-Dreamliner is big, luxurious, nearly new — just two years old. It’s downright presidential, since it was built to transport a head of state. The president-elect of Mexico doesn’t want it. Not even a little. But that doesn’t mean he can’t praise it. In fact, he has a whole sales pitch. “It’s not just efficient and

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Venados Manager leaves the Team

Venados Manager leaves the Team

Mazatlan’s Venados and Manager Joe Alvarez have agreed to part company. The Cuban coach is leaving the team today. Alvarez will go home in Lakeland, Florida to solve personal matters. “I’m going home to solve personal matters and also to support my daughter with a health issue. I’m confident of how the team have been

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A new Mayor in town and his cabinet

A new Mayor in town and his cabinet

Starting from Novermer 1st, Mazatlan has a new mayor for the 2018 -2021 period. Luis Guillermo Benitez Torres – Mayor Luis Guillermo was born in Mazatlan, on Libertad street on January 4th, 1951. He graduated as a Pharma-biological chemist from Guadalajara University and he runs his own laboratory in Mazatlan with one of his sons. Since

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Sinaloa’s Teacher was victim of violence

Sinaloa’s Teacher was victim of violence

Aide Rodriguez Campana, 38 years old, was found dead with a gunshot to her head after going missing for five days. She began working as a high school teacher in the remote education system of Sinaloa’s towns located in rural zones. Since 2014 she was hired to teach at the high schools located in La Palma, Navolato

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Potential jurors in trial of “El Chapo” said they feared for their lives if selected

Potential jurors in trial of “El Chapo” said they feared for their lives if selected

Jury selection resumes Tuesday in the trial of the infamous Mexican drug lord Joaquin Guzman, known as “El Chapo.” A federal judge in New York dismissed 17 potential jurors Monday, some of whom said they feared for their lives if selected. Guzman is believed to have led the Sinaloa cartel for decades, as it became the largest drug

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