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It May be Low Season for Tourists, but Tuna Sees It Entirely Differently

Here  in La Cruz de Huanacaxtle, every morning sees the return of the local small-boat fishing fleet to the Marina docks. And, judging by the constant selection available, the quantity and the quality…not to mention customer traffic…fishing is good. This is the time of year when tuna are plentiful in the Bay of Banderas. So is the dorado. And the huachinamgo. Denver by the Slice…Barefoot! wandered down to the market the other morning with the…

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On the Importance of Dick and Liz…

The real Oceano Bar is long gone. And, the iconic seahorse statue has been moved down the Malecon. Even the dusty cobblestone main drag has been replaced by one of the finest pedestrian zones we have seen. But, Puerto Vallarta, at its heart, is still very much like the village that John Huston put on the map with his 1964 film. The culture is in tact. Of course, if you have been to Puerto Vallarta,…

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In Breaking International Food News for Downtown Denver…Ghugi Ghives Up the Ghost, Tsunami of Sushi About to Wash Over LoDo…and, Whither Boney’s?

India House on Blake Street has closed. Ghugi Singh shuttered the place after dinner last Saturday night, nearly 20 years after it re-opened as India House. Before 1993, a dark cavernous space was also operated by Singh, the Delhi Darbar. The re-model was elegant, bright and very well designed. The food was terrific! We noticed the space was dark yesterday while out on a walk. Today in Westword, they reported that Ghugi is going on to other…

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Weekend Preview…

In the Dog Days of November (that time between the end of the World Series or the Election and the start of College Basketball)… There are hundreds of things you can do this weekend in Downtown Denver. Check out all the activities of Denver Arts Week here at their site. Or, take in a film. The 33rd Denver Film Festival is lighting up screens around town. Find the schedule here at their site. But, with such good…

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