City officials reject the notion that tree removal along the Río Cuale banks is detrimental to the environment (Contralinea)
Tourism is returning to Puerto Vallarta by air and land (Vallarta Opina)
Board a plane with safe distance guidelines but sit next to other people because the plane is full to capacity? This could be part of the new normal (Vallarta Opina)
Airlines may ban passengers from future flights for not wearing face masks (CNET)
Covid-19 cases expected to peak in Jalisco at the end of the month (Mural)
Like the new La Versalles page on Facebook to keep track of the new restaurant coalition in this booming foodie neighborhood.
Learn about the science of baking (Greatist)
These seven outdoor activities got the green light from health experts (Greatist)
UK theatre faces ruin amid coronavirus crisis (The Guardian)
Spartans holding hands while marching and singing ‘I Will Survive’? I’ll drink to that!
I don’t know if ‘Meet The Spartans’ was any good when it was released in 2008, but it feels like the kind of humor I could use right now. Here’s The New York Times review:
Photo courtesy of Orégano restaurant in La Versalles.
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