Coffee & Headlines • September 10, 2020

HEADLINES

Hugo López-Gatell to propose an increase in tobacco taxes: (Excelsior)

Vaccine will be ready by year’s end, says AstraZeneca: (Excelsior)

Francisco Medina Ascencio Ave. improvements, a source of discontent among drivers, as expected: (NoticiasPV)

Watch out for the crocs when you go golfing in Marina Vallarta: (Vallarta Opina)

A 2-meter long crocodile was spotted in Marina Vallarta, then removed: (NoticiasPV)

US Ambassador Christopher Landau among nominees for US Supreme Court: (NoticiasPV)

Guadalajara cinemas can now be rented for private screenings: (Mural)

Argentinean couple in Mexico City under the microscope for verbal aggressions captured on video: (El Universal)

Vidanta chooses not to invest in the Maya Train project: (Vallarta Opina)


LEISURE

Check out Cuale, a new condo hotel project in Emiliano Zapata.

Mexico’s Environment Procurator’s Office (PROFEPA) is searching for the person who took her pet tiger shopping with her at a swanky Mexico City mall: (Excelsior)

The Copper Canyon Train (CHEPE) is back in business: (El Universal)

Jalisco Philharmonic resumes rehearsals: (Informador)

WATCH: The first Dune trailer is out: (CNET)

Mexican filmmaker Carlos López Estrada becomes the first Mexican director to helm a Disney project: (El Universal)

Netflix to premiere ‘Someone Has to Die,’ a new miniseries directed by Manolo Caro, featuring Mexican ballet superstar, Isaac Hernández: (Netflix)

WATCH: Mexican ballet superstar Isaac Hernández in action: 

WATCH: Ernestine in action: 


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