Coffee & Headlines • June 20, 2020


Guadalajara University, Puerto Vallarta Campus RectorJorge Téllez, a renowned biologist criticized the work executed by the municipality to strip a considerable number of trees and vegetation from the Río Pitillal (Vallarta Independiente)

Municipality vows to make future decisions regarding the Río Pitillal in conjunction with Guadalajara University specialists (Contralinea)

News of the Río Pitillal clearing reached Guadalajara, where members of the state-wide environment commission will launch an investigation (Vallarta Independiente)

Malecon businesses appeal to Mayor Dávalos to reopen the Malecón soon, unsuccessfully (Vallarta Independiente)

That said, restaurants along the Malecón can return to serving clients outdoors in front of their establishments, beginning this weekend (NoticiasPV)

Sports fans were not so lucky. Public spaces to practice sports continue closed in the city until further notice (Vallarta Independiente)

An increasing number of Mexican states coming out of the red zone (Heraldo de México)

No strong evidence yet that dexamethazone is effective against Covid-19, says Hugo López Gatell (Proceso)


Ouch! An enchilada pizza? Only in Querétaro, says Mexico News Daily (Mexico News Daily)

Wearing a face mask in the US becomes a political issue (PBS)

Enjoy a free concert this evening by The Philadelphia Orchestra (Philadelphia Orchestra)

Meet Rafa Esparza, whose beautiful portraits of Mexican men and women made it to the Whitney Museum:

Explore his Instagram page.

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