Coffee & Headlines • October 16, 2020

From today’s broadcast:


Day of the Dead celebrations are nixed throughout Mexico, including Puerto Vallarta: (NoticiasPV)

CDMX also cancels Day of the Dead celebrations: (Excelsior)

The Papantla Flyers are back on the Malecón: (Vallarta Opina)

Legislators lobby for banning cigarette smoking at the beach: (Vallarta Opina)

Citizen Covid-19 ‘inspectors’ will be selected from business chambers: (Informador)

New liquor licenses are approved in Puerto Vallarta, even for businesses that had to close due to the pandemic: (Contralinea)

Volaris airline to help reactivate local tourism by offering inexpensive fares to fly to Puerto Vallarta: (Vallarta Opina)


Today is International Bread Day! Discover some of Mexico’s most traditional sweet and savory breads (IN ENGLISH): (Taste Atlas)

With moralism, Mexico’s rich tradition of public art extends well beyond its borders (IN ENGLISH): (PBS)

Mexican Mercados feature Covid-19 costumes for Halloween: (El Universal)

EW! A bacon scented face mask? (IN ENGLISH): (CNET)

WATCH: The trailer for new Netflix series, ‘Social Distance.’

Eight things to do this weekend, courtesy of The New York Times: (The New York Times)

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