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By Judy Newell   México News Six of the Best Boozy, Adults-Only, All-Inclusive Hotels in México Excellence Playa Mujeres: The 450-room property is a luxury all-inclusive set in a private beachfront community that’s a 30-minute drive from downtown Cancún. This adults-only hotel has a stellar all-inclusive package covering top-shelf liquor at the 11 on-site bars, [...]

Tornado, Super Cat

Tornado in action

By Lee May Whoosh! Wonder what that was? Just me, Tornado (Spanish pronunciation, please), twirling with my wand toy. Tornado is my name, but you can call me “Triple B” for Big, Black, and Beautiful. I bet I’m the largest cat the SPA has ever had up for adoption. Plus, I am gorgeous, with super-fluffy [...]

Wollstonecraft and Castellanos

Shrimp Salad

By Tim Hazell Mary Wollstonecraft, a feminist and activist in eighteenth-century England, was born to a handkerchief weaver in Spitalfields, London in 1759. With her sister Eliza and friend Fanny Blood, Wollstonecraft opened a school soon after her arrival in Newington Green in 1784, linking up with a group of men known as Rational Dissenters [...]

Computer Manufacturers Deliberately Obscure the Longevity of Hard Disks


By Charles Miller Every so often, I have an experience which reminds me that I might not really understand all of the things I think I understand. There are words and terms we all see frequently, sometimes use, but may not comprehend completely. Case in point is the conversation I recently had with a client [...]

SPA Pets of the Month, September 2019


By Jayn Corral and Megan Gabel We met our Pet Food Money Bank goal ($250,000 pesos) for this year! Thank you to all who contributed to the annual cost of feeding our resident animals. We appreciate your help! About nine months old, Larissa is a striking tuxedo black-and-white beauty. She is confident and lets the [...]

Travel News


By Judy Newell México News Bachelor in Paradise Resort in Sayulita Playa Escondida Resort in Sayulita, México, is coming to TV screens during ABC’s Bachelor in Paradise series: the resort is providing lodgings for the cast-off bachelors and bachelorettes of The Bachelor who have returned to TV for one more shot at love. Cast members [...]

Maple and Timber


By Megan Gabel I’d like to think that they were well-loved before their owners moved away and abandoned them. Because they are such good dogs, special and loving, it must have been a difficult decision, one made out of desperation. These sisters stayed in front of what used to be their home long after they [...]

The Computer Corner


Mozilla Web Browser Working Toward Total Privacy for Its Users By Charles Miller A recent story in the tech news demonstrates that improving security on the Internet does not please everyone. Some people have their own agenda. The Domain Name Service (DNS), commonly referred to as the telephone book of the Internet, is where your [...]


Harry and Nuni

By Harry Burrus Nuni in Swahili (mountain dialect) means Golden Star—well, almost. Not the patois of our Picachos hills. A light golden color, as if aged in ex-bourbon casks, covers her back and sides. Her chest and the inside of her legs are a Dairy Queen creamy white. She’s a young, vibrant three and a [...]

The Computer Corner


Web Browsers Around the World Exist Thanks to Google’s Chromium By Charles Miller Last week in this column, I praised Alphabet Inc., Google’s parent company, for deciding to share its Chromium web browser program for the benefit of Internet users worldwide. This week, let’s take a look at some of the web browsers around the [...]

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