Coffee & Headlines • June 27, 2020

HEADLINES

More Mexico states shift to ‘orange,’ Nayarit does not, yet (Vallarta Independiente)

Cinemas, theaters and sport centers to reopen Monday at limited capacity (Vallarta Independiente)

Guadalajara University, concerned about the aforementioned reopening (Informador)

ATVs spotted in the newly destroyed Río Pitillal banks (NoticiasPV)

Fish and turtles at La Isla shopping center ponds, neglected (NoticiasPV)

Another belligerent person coughs on an innocent bystander in the US (Towleroad)

Starbucks employee, rewarded for refusing to serve a customer without a face mask (Excelsior)


LEISURE

In case you missed it, enjoy yesterday performance of Copland’s Appalachian Spring by the Frankfurt Radio Symphony, conducted by Alondra de la Parra:

Orchestra conductors contend with the pandemic:

24-hour ‘Global Pride 2020’ livestream is underway (Towleroad)

LGBTQ Pride at 50 (Yahoo)

Outdoor dining and drinking is allowed. But is it safe? (Vox)


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One thought on “Coffee & Headlines • June 27, 2020

  1. It is my wont to forget. And so I forgot to tune into the Copeland yesterday. So nice of you to make it available again. Both the Mozart and the Copeland were so fantastic. Thank you.

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