Coffee & Headlines • June 26, 2020

HEADLINES

Mexico’s Central de Abasto – How coronavirus tore through Latin America’s largest market (Washington Post)

Mayor Dávalos continues to justify the Río Pitillal ecocide (Vallarta Independiente)

Fake news! Jalisco schools are expected to resume in August, not January (Vallarta Independiente)

Cuernavaca, the ‘city of eternal Spring,’ declares bankruptcy (Proceso)

Tourists keep arriving in Puerto Vallarta despite the pandemic (Vallarta Opina)

Puerto Vallarta receives 17 flights in 24 hrs., eight from the US (Vallarta Opina)

Jalisco to reopen parks, theaters, private sports courts and pools on Monday (Proceso)


LEISURE

Renowned Mexican conductor Alondra de la Parra to debut with the Frankfurt Symphony today (Excelsior)

WATCH: Lila Downs premiers her documentary about Oaxacan music, food and culture on YouTube:

Eight things to do this weekend, courtesy of The New York Times.

Vox recommends the best movies of 2020, so far.

WATCH: The Philip Glass Ensemble performs Music with Changing Parts.

WATCH: Chef Hnoi Latthitham makes Coconut Soup


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