Making Life in Manzanillo Better for Thousands of Animals and the Community

By Suzanne A. Marshall from the October 2017 Edition Almost ten years ago, my husband and I were searching for property in what is now our home in Manzanillo. I can still re-member seeing a terribly emaciated dog one day, curled up on the ground in front of one of the doorways. I wondered how […]

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Try These Three Tips for Retiring with Minimal or No Debt

By Yann Kostic and Tom Zachystal from the October 2017 Edition Ideally, we would all retire debt-free, but we are a nation of borrowers. As of December 2016, the average American household debt totals more than $135,000, according to a Nerd Wallet credit-card debt study. Credit card debt for the average household carrying a balance totals […]

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Anahaw Palm-I Planted Roots in Mexico

By Tommy Clarkson from the October 2017 Edition Anahaw Palm Livistona rotundifolia  var. ‘luzonensis’ Family: Arecaceae Also known as: Round-Leaf Fountain Palm or Footstool Palm Until recently, I thought ours was simply a Livistona rotundifo-lia. But my pal, Anders Lindstrom, of Nong Nooch Gardens near Pattaya in Thailand, patiently explained it to me thusly: “At […]

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