By Manzanillo Sun Writer from the September 2014 Edition How different a Day Can Be? With my mind very freshly attuned to weddings and my new daughter’s suggestion that I write on the topic, I have been contemplating the extreme differences between weddings north, south and east of the Mexican border. Initially I was introduced […]

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Butterfly Palm- I Planted Roots in Mexico

By Tommy Clarkson from the September 2014 Edition Butterfly Palm, Dypsis lutescens (Some call it Chrysalidocarpus lutescens) Family: Arecea (Also known as Yellow Butterfly Palm, Yellow Palm, Golden Butterfly, Cane Palm, Golden Cane Palm, Golden Yellow Palm, Golden Feather Palm, Madagascar Palm, and Yellow Bamboo Palm.) Because it is so ubiquitous throughout the tropics and sub-tropics, […]

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Bonds Can be Risky Too

By Yann Kostic from the September 2014 Edition When volatility strikes the stock market, some investors take refuge in bonds. But while bonds are generally less risky than stocks, they, too, have risks. Perhaps the greatest is the risk that a rise in interest rates will cause the value of your bond investments to decline. […]

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