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Medicare’s Open Enrollment Period Isn’t Just for New Enrollees


By Eileen Carafiol From time to time, this series will highlight an important Medicare issue. Today, the Medicare issue is about the upcoming open enrollment period for Medicare Advantage and Medicare prescription-drug coverage.   “But wait a minute,” you say. “I’ve been on Medicare since I was 65, so why are we talking about ‘enrolling’ [...]

Lions Guadalajara Trip


By Janice Finch The International Lions Club of SMA is beginning the 2019-20 season with a four-day trip to Guadalajara. We’ll leave on Thursday, October 24, from St Paul’s Church at 8 am. We will be staying at the Hotel Gamma, very near the historic center. There will be a walking tour upon arrival and [...]

Do You Know Your Inner Doctor?


By Michael Dorfman You know your family doctor, your dentist, your skin doctor, but do you know the doctor within you? In the words of Hippocrates, “Everyone has a doctor in him or her; we just have to help it in its work. The natural healing force within each of us is the greatest force [...]

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By Judy Newell México News Royal Residence at Le Blanc Spa Resort The five-star Le Blanc Spa resort in Los Cabos is offering a beachfront, four-bedroom, 18,428-square-foot Royal Residence. It includes a private fitness center, movie theater, butler service, outdoor terrace and views of the Sea of Cortez. International News Orient Express to Feature Ultra-Luxurious [...]

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By Judy Newell México News Newly Built Barrier Fights Sargassum In April, Desire Riviera Maya Resort built a 918-foot-long linear barrier on its beach in response to the ongoing sargassum seaweed problem. At a cost of US$96,000, the 1.6-foot-deep structure collects approximately one ton of sargassum a day. The barrier collects the sargassum and diverts [...]

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By Judy Newell México News Resort at Pedregal to Become First Waldorf Astoria in México The Resort at Pedregal in Los Cabos is becoming a Waldorf Astoria hotel. The property, which was recently acquired by affiliates of Walton Street Capital México, will officially rebrand as the Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregal in the fourth quarter [...]

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Tulips & Windmills

By Judy Newell   México News Best Hotel Rooms in the World The St Regis Punta Mita Resort— located in the Riviera Nayarit is one of México’s main luxury destinations. It’s also home to one of the best rooms in the world, according to the standards set by the Forbes Travel Guide for its 2019 [...]

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By Judy Newell México News San Miguel de Allende Kicks Off Year as American Capital of Culture San Miguel de Allende is celebrating its year-long reign as the American Capital of Culture for 2019 with a series of exciting events. The honor of being an American Capital of Culture is bestowed annually upon one city [...]

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By Judy Newell México News Hotel to be Built from Sargassum Bricks After a successful trial construction of a home last year, a Mexican businessman plans to use the overwhelming amounts of sargassum washing ashore in Tulum as building material for a new hotel. According to the Riviera Maya News, Omar Vazquez Sanchez originally shared [...]

Passive Resistance and Négritude

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By Tim Hazell   “My Négritude is not a stone, its deafness hurled against the clamor of the day… It takes root in the red flesh of the soil!” – Aimé Césaire (1913-2008).   Mahatma Gandhi countered British colonialism with passive resistance, seeking to destabilize an imperialist government. His deceptively simple message to India was [...]

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