Coffee & Headlines • June 30, 2020


Boat tours, other small vessel-related activities in the bay, benefit from tourism (Contralinea)

State’s Health Secretary calls for locals to continue to follow sanitary measures as public spaces continue to reopen (Contralinea)

Local businesses are getting sanctioned for not following safe guidelines (Contralinea)

Mexico City property owners continue turning their back on Airbnb (Informador)

Movie theaters and cinemas not allowed to open in Puerto Vallarta just yet, but ok in Guadalajara (Contralinea)

Cinemas reopened in Guadalajara yesterday to disappointing turnouts (Mural)

Local environmentalists continue to keep watch on city actions against Río Pitillal (Mural)


The Facebook boycott, explained (CNET)

Discover Grażyna Bacewicz’ Concerto for String Orchestra

Puerto Vallarta wants you back!

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2 thoughts on “Coffee & Headlines • June 30, 2020

  1. I also recommend Angelina Jordan, Bohemian Rapsody in particular. I so look forward to listening to your coffee show each day. I’m an Alaskan woman living in Bucerias right now. Thank you again!


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