Coffee & Headlines • May 19, 2020


9,500 businesses registered for ‘phase zero’ (Vallarta Independiente)

We’re not going back to normal on June 1, says López-Gatell (Vallarta Independiente)

Jalisco will have to be on the lookout during hurricane season (Vallarta Independiente)

Hydroelectric company involved in Los Horcones dam delivered food baskets to families in Boca de Tomatlán (Contralinea)

Jalisco breaks down its economic reactivation plan in a 77-page PDF presentation.


Randy Rainbow is at it again with ‘Distraction’

Facebook allows you to make your own avatar now… but not in Mexico yet. Still, here’s a handy guide on how to make one (MakeUseOf)

How do Facebook Messenger Rooms and Zoom compare? (CNET)

Summer solstice at Stonehenge to be live-streamed this year (CNET)

Check out Bill Gates’ summer reading list.

Bill Gates recommends John Barry’s 2004 bestseller, ‘The Great Influenza.’ Here’s a great interview with the author by NPR’s Terry Gross on Fresh Air.

Our project of the day: a three-ingredient pot roast with onions (Crockpot Ladies)

Don’t miss PV Strong, a Vallarta Pride Benefit for the PV Nightlife Fund this Saturday, live on Facebook.

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