Coffee & Headlines • July 21, 2020


Puerto Vallarta’s disregard of safe distancing and face mask protocols at the beach becomes a trending topic nationwide (Vallarta Independiente)

Hotel reservations continue do increase in Puerto Vallarta despite the pandemic (Vallarta Opina)

Large scale events and parties are still not allowed in Puerto Vallarta (Vallarta Opina)

Complaints against local taxi and Uber drivers not following sanitary protocols is on the rise (Vallarta Independiente)

155 new taxi permits will become available in Puerto Vallarta—like we need more of them… (Contralinea)

Movimiento Ciudadano political presents an official complaint against Hugo López-Gatell for his handling of the pandemic (Vallarta Independiente)

Public pools and water parks reopen in Jalisco, but no people show up (El Heraldo de México)

Meet ‘Lady Caguama,’ the Baja California councilwoman who thought it would be a good idea to flaunt eating sea turtle—an endangered species—on social media (Vallarta Independiente)

Colima, the state with highest crime rate during the month of June (Jalisco is on 15th place) (Proceso)


Five journal apps and printable to build a habit of daily journaling (MakeUseOf)

How ‘Karen’ became a symbol of racism (Vox)

Audra McDonald will be live on Thursday at 1 pm, from Carnegie Hall (Facebook)

Ryan Donner Realtor and his team are showcasing local art galleries with interactive 360º online tours. How awesome is that!

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