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By Judy Newell México Travel News Marinas of the Riviera Nayarit Four large marinas and one boutique marina in the Riviera Nayarit area can handle craft that range anywhere from 26 to 400 feet in length. Marina Nuevo Vallarta, located in the El Chino estuary, offers all the services of a world-class facility. Close-by, the [...]

So Many Different Ways to Get Involved with SPA Cats!


By Jayn Corral Are you thinking about adopting a cat or kitten? Visit the SPA to enjoy the beautiful, playful, healthy cats and kittens like Rio, Pau, and Wilma, all ready for their forever homes. Check them out on our website ( and then come and meet them in person. If you long for a [...]

More on Technology and Your Privacy


By Charles Miller Last week I noted that privacy and the individual’s right to it is a hotly debated issue. I briefly summarized how under US law in 1928 the Supreme Court ruled that nothing said on a telephone could be private. In 1967, that court reversed itself, declaring that citizens should have a right [...]

Apollo and His Voice


By Harry Burrus Apollo is a handsome three-year-old. His namesake was an Olympian deity in classical Greek mythology, recognized for many traits, among them, having a poetic voice. In writing, finding your voice is one of the hardest things to do. When that happens, one is more relaxed and creative. One is more complete. It [...]

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By Judy Newell México Travel News México City’s Hidden Little Tokyo Japanese presence in México dates back 400 years to when the samurai Tsunenaga Hasekura stepped off a boat in Acapulco in 1614 to serve as the island’s first ambassador to what was then called New Spain. A few centuries later, in 1976, a new [...]

SPA’s October Pets of the Month Are Treats

By Megan Gabel and Jayn Corral Maya, a medium-sized beauty, is a sweet, affectionate, and happy dog with gorgeous, haunting eyes. About 3-3/4 years old, she enjoys going for a walk, stopping to turn around for a hug every few feet. Chips, about 4-1/2, is energetic and eager to please. Quick to learn, she is [...]

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By Judy Newell México Travel News Plan Expanded for Yucatan Tourist Train México’s president-elect announced an ambitious proposal for a train on the Yucatan peninsula that would link nearly all the region’s main tourist draws and cost double or more than the previously announced figure to build. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador campaigned on building the [...]

Adopting an Older Cat Can Be Rewarding


By Jayn Corral Sure, kittens with emerging personalities are playful, exuberant, curious, and challenging as we wait to see how they’ll turn out. But when you adopt an older cat, you know what you are getting. Older cats have developed their personalities. They are litter-trained. Although they are playful and fun, they are content to [...]

A View Through the Tiger’s Eye

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By Tim Hazell Movements throughout the art world shifted from Paris to New York during the years immediately following World War II. Editors and publishers of major periodicals were focusing on new trends. The Tiger’s Eye represented a collaboration between the husband and wife team of writer Ruth Stephan and painter John Stephan. Taking its [...]

The Computer Corner


By Charles Miller The acclaimed historian, author, and Librarian of Congress Daniel Boorstin said: “The unintended consequences of man’s enterprises have and will always be more potent, more widespread, and more influential than those he intended.” A recent example of this is the European Union’s new General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR) that came into [...]

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