Coffee & Headlines • September 15, 2020


Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to deliver an austere Mexican Independence ‘Grito’

There will be no public Mexican Independence celebration or parade in Puerto Vallarta:

Hugo López-Gatell asks for people to stay home this evening and tomorrow:

Puerto Vallarta’s Mexican Independence Celebration to be broadcast live online:

Mexico has had a consistent decrease in pandemic cases for seven weeks, says López-Gatell:

New Barcelona Tapas-sponsored park opening next to restaurant:

It seems to be back to business as usual for Puerto Vallarta nightlife:

Landslides along Carr. 200 delay traffic from Guadalajara for up to four hours:

Is there really a plane raffle? Well, not really, but…


Meet the new #ladyagresividad (Lady Agressiveness):

‘Tenet’ doesn’t score as big in the US due to moviegoer uncertainty:

Are you ready to ‘Tenet’? Here’s the local schedule—the movie opens tomorrow:

WATCH: Mexican composer Juventino Rosas’ ‘Sobre Las Olas’ (Over the Waves), composed around 1885; one of the most recognizable Latin American melodies ever:


Don’t miss TEQUILA & HEADLINES live this evening at 6 pm Puerto Vallarta time: (Facebook)

Or, if you are in Puerto Vallarta, and would like to stop by Hotel Mercurio’s Mexican Fiesta, the fun begins at 3 pm: (Facebook)

One thought on “Coffee & Headlines • September 15, 2020

  1. Thanks again Paco and Luna for the focus on MX this month. In addition to learning more specifics (e.g., finale of El Grito is 3 Viva Méxicos) my ear is getting better attuned to hearing spoken Spanish!


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