Coffee & Headlines • October 5, 2020


Number of active Covid-19 cases in Jalisco continues to rise, raising concerns: (Contralinea)

The Malecón amphitheater is closed again after people disregard safety guidelines: (NoticiasPV)

Flower growers hope the pandemic will not mar Day of the Dead, Christmas festivities: (El Universal)

How to celebrate the holidays safely this year, according to experts: (Yahoo)

Isla Río Cuale receives some TLC through new plantings, landscaping: (Noticias)V)

That said, a tree that was over 100 years old was chopped down for no reason in El Tuito: (Vallarta Opina)

Tourism recovers with over 460 flights expected to arrive during first half of October: (Vallarta Opina)


How cities (and citizens) create hostile environments: (Wired)

Mexico’s federal government begins renaming buildings with more politically correct alternatives: (Vallarta Opina)

Arroz con leche—Mexico’s most popular dessert: (El Universal)

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