Coffee & Headlines • September 16, 2020


Puerto Vallarta Mayor Arturo Dávalos gave ‘El Grito’ through social media: (Contralinea)

Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro dedicates ‘El Grito’ to medical personnel in our state: (Contralinea)

Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador gave ‘El Grito’ to an empty Zócalo: (Heraldo de México)

A multi-colored map of Mexico and a torch of hope, some of the decorations at the Zócalo in Mexico City: (Heraldo de México)

Important buildings around the world acknowledged Mexico’s Independence: (Twitter)

López Obrador offered a total of 20 ‘vivas:’ (Heraldo de México)

Decreased fireworks sales, a welcome break for air quality: (Heraldo de México)

There are 100 new millionaires in Mexico after national lottery: (Heraldo de México)

No sooner than it was inaugurated, one of the new rapid train terminals in Guadalajara is vandalized: (Heraldo de México)

Regular work hours resume at Puerto Vallarta’s public offices starting tomorrow: (Contralinea)

Concerns about landslides on highways connecting Puerto Vallarta with the rest of the country increase: (Contralinea)


Cruise industry officials in Mexico ‘fairly certain’ that cruises will resume by November, 2020: (Excelsior)

Five Canadian airlines to resume flights to Puerto Vallarta between last week of October and mid November: (Vallarta Opina)

Movie theaters returned. Audiences didn’t. Now what? (The New York Times)

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