Coffee & Headlines • May 20, 20

HEADLINES:

Dry law is lifted in three Mexican states, including Nayarit (Heraldo de México)

Bus travel to and from Puerto Vallarta on the rise (Contralinea)

Drive in movie theaters return in several Jalisco municipalities (Vallarta Independiente)

Five questions about asymptomatic Covid-19 cases, answered (PBS)

Is it safe to eat at restaurants yet? (Eater)

How to fight fear and anxiety when quarantine ends (VOX)


LEISURE:

Consider eight relaxing experiences in Riviera Nayarit (Riviera Nayarit)

WATCH: Pope Francis surprises priest in small Jalisco town with phone call while recording his latest service (Heraldo de México)

Facebook Shops turn business pages into online stores (Engadget)

Here’s Facebook’s new plan to make you shop on Instagram (VOX)

The new Hunger Games prequel is introspective and dark as hell (VOX)

WATCH: Remember that you can kick balls but not touch them:

Will theater come back? What will it look like when it does? (Vogue)

Casa Karma has published their Kitchy Kitchen Capers menu for the next two weeks (Facebook)


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