Coffee & Headlines • October 19, 2020

From today’s broadcast:


Jalisco with the highest number of active Covid-19 cases ever, gets closer to the ‘Emergency Button’: (Vallarta Independiente)

Eight states in Mexico show a resurgence in Covid-19 cases; Jalisco not among them: (Excelsior)

Bars can open but locals cannot enjoy open spaces such as the Malecón or municipal track for exercise? (NoticiasPV)

Monterrey, coordinating with church authorities for a safe Virgin of Guadalupe celebration in December: (Excelsior)

How Southwest and Delta are working to reassure hesitant travelers (IN ENGLISH): (Yahoo)

Who was ‘El Padrino,’ Godfather to Drug Cartel? Mexico’s Defense Chief, U.S. says (IN ENGLISH): (Yahoo)

Local hotels hope that ‘El Buen Fin’ will bring much-needed economic relief: (Contralinea)

Tourism begins to return to Riviera Nayarit: (Vallarta Opina)

Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador continues to expect an apology from the Vatican: (Proceso)

Mismaloya residents and environmentalists question legality of building a breakwater in front of Los Arcos: (Vallarta Opina)


In case you are wondering, we’re having a heatwave: (Vallarta Opina)

People react adversely to the news anchor’s marriage proposal that was shared on social media last week: (Informador)

Teatrix, an Argentinean company that streams theatrical productions, is coming to Mexico: (Informador)

Explore Teatrix’s offerings on their website.

Nine things you can do at Oxxo you may not know about: (Excelsior)

El Salado Estuary is hoping more visitors will explore this local natural treasure: (Vallarta Opina)

Iguana mast in Mismaloya is restored: (NoticiasPV)

Save the date

Peace Animals will hold a neutering event November 4-7 at New Animal in 5 de Diciembre!

Get to know New Animal, a beautiful creative design and home decor shop in 5 de Diciembre, by liking their Facebook Page: (Facebook)

Get to know Mercurio Swim, Paul Crist’s line of swimwear for men made here in Puerto Vallarta, by liking their Facebook Page: (Facebook)

Meet Doña Manuelita, a 97 year-old Mexican woman, who got to see the ocean for the first time last week thanks to her great-grandchildren: (Excelsior)

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