Coffee & Headlines • September 12, 2020


Dry law is modified in Nayarit during the following week—bars and restaurants in Riviera Nayarit only: (Vallarta Opina)/

Keep in mind, however, that beaches in Nayarit remain closed to the public: (NoticiasPV)

CDC links dining out to higher Covid-19 risk: (Yahoo)

Read the CDC’s considerations for restaurants and bars: (CDC)

Aeromar connects Puerto Vallarta with Mexico City: (Contralinea)

  • Check out the Aeromar website for more information.

Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador will present the latest findings about the 43 Ayotzinapa missing students on September 26: (Proceso)

The new ‘anti-chancla’ law protecting minors from physical scolding raises eyebrows: (El Universal)

Third subway line in Guadalajara to be inaugurated today: (Informador)

Morena party member lobbies to change the name of the state of Tabasco to ‘Tabasco de López Obrador’ (El Universal)

California man wanted for 2016 kidnapping and rape of a minor is found and aprehended in Pitillal: (NoticiasPV)

Mexico’s world-famous Teotihuacan pyramids reopen to public: (El Universal)


How these September 11 babies, now voting age, see America: (PBS)

#ladyargentina leaves the country: (El Universal)

Meet the new #ladybanqueta, or ‘lady sidewalk’ (Excelsior)

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