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U.S. Expands Travel Advisory to Mexico

Aug 24
The U.S. State Department expanded its travel advisories Tuesday to warn of dangers in parts of Mexico, like the Caribbean coast, that previously hadn't been covered by such alerts.

Sewage System Failures Plague Mexican Tourist Destinations

By Lisa Martine Jenkins, Mark Stevenson | Jul 31
Sewage breakdowns in Mexico City's "floating gardens" of Xochimilco and in the country's Yucatan peninsula resort of Isla Holbox have officials warning of threats to residents and tourism.

Gasoline Thieves are Out of Control - and Deadly - in Mexico

By Mark Stevenson | Jul 16
Fuel theft in Mexico used to be a few villagers drilling holes in pipelines and carrying away the gasoline in jugs. But heavy arms and violence reflect its growth into a billion-dollar business.

Acapulco Proclaims Official LGBT Neighborhood

By EDGE | May 28
After pursuing a permit for two years, Acapulco announced that La Condesa, one of Acapulco's Golden Zone's most important beaches, has become the destination's official LGBT neighborhood.

Puerto Vallarta, Part 2: Finding Love in the Romantic Zone

By Jill Gleeson | May 19
From Elizabeth Taylor's violet-eyed arrival in 1962 to today's bustling and sexually charged nightlife, Puerto Vallarta draws LGBT tourists from far and wide -- but is the city ready to grow with the changing demands?

Puerto Vallarta: How to Preserve and Promote Gay Paradise

By Jill Gleeson | May 18
The first installment in an exclusive, two-part series, EDGE takes a closer look at one of the western hemisphere's most coveted LGBT destinations.

Going Glam in Acapulco

By Jill Gleeson | Apr 28
Acapulco oozes seductive appeal, offering a gleam of decadence, which is one of its many alluring features.

Holland America Stops Port Calls at Acapulco

Mar 28
The U.S. cruise ship line Holland America says it has halted port calls at Mexico's troubled resort city of Acapulco and will sail to other destinations in the country "due to recent security concerns."

¿Qué Pasa - No Tequila? What to Drink in Mexico

By Kristen Siebecker | Mar 24
Why not try tequila's cousins, mezcal and raicilla? Or how about Mexican wine? Not surprisingly, these fermented and distilled beverages have a long history in Mexico with a new and refreshed interest in the U.S.

Into the Night: 24 Hrs in Puerto Vallarta

By Matthew Wexler | Mar 23
Heading to Riviera Nayarit? Be sure to include extra time for a rendezvous in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico's bustling hub for LGBT nightlife.

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