Coffee & Headlines • October 3, 2020

HEADLINES

Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro warns of another possible quarantine if we don’t continue to observe sanitary guidelines: (Vallarta Opina)

Guadalajara’s International Book Fair (FIL) will be virtual this year, for the first time ever: (Heraldo de México)

Public transportation supervisors in Nayarit fired for accepting bribes: (Vallarta Independiente)

National Council for Science and Technology (CONACYT) director supports elimination of fideicomisos (trusts) in Mexico: (Jornada)

Six out of 10 Jalisciences don’t know how to report an act of corruption: (Vallarta Independiente)

On a day like today, the first bridge over the Río Cuale was inaugurated: (Contralinea)

Neighbors denounce the sad state of Montessori St., and rightly so: (NoticiasPV)


LEISURE

Hurricane Marie comes and goes: (Heraldo de México)

Malecón restaurants offer incentives: (Vallarta Opina)

Singer Alejandro Fernández reconnects with his fans: (El Universal)

Watch Alejandro Fernández in concert online from home this evening: (Eticket)

Tamaulipas develops an app to make reservations to go to the beach. Seriously: (Heraldo de México)

The first chain of cannabis ‘farmacias’ could open in Mexico in as little as six months, they say: (Heraldo de México)

WATCH: the trailer for The Witches,’ starring Anne Hathaway, coming to HBO Max:


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