Coffee & Headlines • September 24, 2020

HEADLINES

Mexico’s senate forbids physical force as corrective measure against children: (Proceso)

Concerned about a possible Covid-19 resurgence, Tamaulipas closes beaches: (Heraldo de México)

Even after a Covid-19 vaccine, masks and social distance still vital, says Anthony Fauci: (PBS)

There is more information available about what truly happened with the 43 students that disappeared, says Government Secretary Olga Sánchez Cordero: (Heraldo de México)

50 divers volunteer to clean Islas Marietas: (Vallarta Opina)

100 Mexican firefighters heading to California to help contain wild fires: (Heraldo de México)

Protesters welcome to camp near his office, says AMLO: (Yahoo)

Federal highway 200 continues to open and close due to landslides: (NoticiasPV)

San Pancho resident attempting to block public access to a beach is stopped: (NoticiasPV)


LEISURE

Here is the website where the Tourism office for the state of Jalisco is offering a series of promotions to enjoy several of its destinations.

Here is the website featuring Puerto Vallarta promotions and offers.

National tourism brings local hotel occupation up to 30 percent: (Contralinea)

Are you addicted to Facebook? Here are some telltale signs: (Hongkiat)

30 year-old man denounces his mother for kicking him out of her house (in Mexico we call guys that remain single and stay home ‘ninis’): (Heraldo de México)

The Met Opera will be silent this season: (PBS)

11 year-old Mexican pianist conquers international music competition: (El Universal)


TACOS LAS GÜERAS & MACARENO

Here is the Facebook page for Macareno, now located on Venustiano Carranza 457, Emiliano Zapata: (Facebook)

Here is the Facebook page for Las Güeras, a legendary taco place that takes over at 6 pm: (Facebook)

Here is my original blog post about Macareno, from November last year, when they opened in Versalles (they have since relocated to Emiliano Zapata): (Paco-Ojeda.com)


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