Act2PV is hosting a free NORA RELIEF CONCERT this Friday at 7:00 pm, featuring all of the Act2PV performers, as well as some special guests, who have donated their time to raise funds for those affected by the damage left from Hurricane Nora.
Vallarta has gone through various circumstances over the months, mainly due to the covid and restrictions. However recently Hurricane Nora caused a diverse amount of damage to businesses, houses and common areas in the city. Fortunately, many people have been supportive and supported various people, from monetary collections, as well as pantries for the affected people.
The Mexican state of Jalisco (of which Puerto Vallarta is a part of) has announced new Covid-19 containment measurements, allowing clubs and bars to reopen (they have been closed during the month of August) at limited capacity.
Puerto Vallarta has been nominated for three Travvy awards, including the best culinary destination, the best destination for honeymoons and the best tourist office in Mexico. These nominations are present in the seventh edition of the Travvy awards in which you can also participate by voting for your favorites.
Yucatán, Mexico, has become the 22nd Mexican state to modify its constitution to make marriage “the free and voluntary legal union of two people with equal rights, duties and obligations.” The state’s congress also banned so-called conversion therapy, which claims to alter individuals’ sexual orientation.
We talk with Mrs. Esperanza Miramontes Vargas, better known as "tía pera" about her taco stand business (she owns the taco stand decorated with LGBTQ colors) on the corner of Ignacio Vallarta and Basilio Badillo.