Coffee & Headlines • August 20, 2020


Apparently Puerto Vallarta Mayor Arturo Dávalos was caught in a not-so-little white lie regarding number of Covid-19 hospital beds in Puerto Vallarta (Vallarta Independiente)

Another news outlet reports that all bars and night time venues will reopen in September (Vallarta Opina)

Airbnb bans parties at their properties, sets limit of a maximum of 16 people at any of them (Informador)

Hugo López-Gatell gets new responsibilities (Heraldo de México)

Three former Mexican presidents and other high-ranking politicians denounced by former PEMEX director, Emilio Lozoya (Excelsior)

Jalisco fared favorably with hurricane Genevieve, but there were six casualties elsewhere (Informador)

Mayor Dávalos promotes more bike path development in Puerto Vallarta (Contralinea)

Mexico City Chief of Government Claudia Sheimbaum praised meeting with President López Obrador and the rest of Mexico’s governors that took place in San Luis Potosí yesterday (Heraldo de México)


Meet ‘LordBorracho’ a Sonora Foreign Affairs Secretary delegate that got a little tipsy out and about (Excelsior)

What’s with friendly bears in Monterrey? Watch how a cub enters an office to the shock of those inside (Heraldo de México)

Protests continue against official that ordered castration for the first Monterrey ‘friendly’ bear (Excelsior)

Film director Guillermo del Toro reveals cast for upcoming ‘Pinocchio’ production (El Universal)

Your next dose of Netflix’s British Royal Family drama is around the corner (CNET)

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