Coffee & Headlines • August 29, 2020


It’s been six months since the first Covid-19 case was identified in Mexico. Here are the numbers (Informador)

There are now 10 yellow states in the federal Covid-19 stoplight—Jalisco is orange (Heraldo de México)

Five Jalisco municipalities begin damage control after tropical storm Hernán (NoticiasPV)

A drowned cow found its way to a local beach, presumably the one spotted yesterday fighting the Río Cuale currents (NoticiasPV)

Citizens in Santiago Ixcuintla, Nayarit, stop a Coca Cola delivery truck from entering town. It’s all politics (Vallarta Independiente)

Hugo López-Gatell may have found his calling, the anti-junk food law (Vallarta Independiente)

Will Guadalajara’s annual International Book Fair (Feria Internacional del Libro, or FIL) take place in November? It will be decided at the end of September (Proceso)


Babel Bar closes its doors for good (Facebook)

Learn about Netflix’s latest space drama, ‘Away,’ available on September 4 (CNET)

Grupo de Teatro Dionisio, a highly respected local Spanish language theater company, celebrates their eight anniversary this evening with a live stream available on their Facebook Page tonight at 8 PM.

Lady Tres Pesos turned out to be a Century 21 real estate employee, but no longer—she got canned (Excelsior)

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