Coffee & Headlines • October 21, 2020

From today’s broadcast:

HEADLINES

Access to the Malecón will be restricted during Halloween and Day of the Dead celebrations: (NoticiasPV)

Mexico City cancels Virgin of Guadalupe celebrations at the Basílica, on December 11 & 12: (Informador)

Avoid cemeteries and religious processions, says Hugo López-Gatell: (Excelsior)

Mismaloya residents and environmentalists close down highway for five hours to protest construction at Los Arcos in Mismaloya: (Vallarta Opina)

Plans for an alleged marina at Mismaloya surface, but no details are revealed. Welcome to Puerto Vallarta-style journalism: (Vallarta Opina)

We see early signs of a Covid-19 resurgence, says López-Gatell: (Excelsior)

There is no Covid-19 resurgence in Mexico, says AMLO: (Informador)

Jalisco could lose 80,000 jobs if emergency button is pushed: (Informador)

Former Mexican defense minister ordered held in US jail without bond (IN ENGLISH): (Yahoo)

AMLO publishes decree that guarantees free access to beaches in all of Mexico. Take that, hotel owners and developers! (El Universal)

Once public ‘fideicomisos’ or trust are gone, AMLO announces upcoming audits: (El Universal)


LEISURE

Add El Paredón beach to your local beach-going bucket list! (Vallarta Opina)

Keith Jarrett confronts a future without the piano (IN ENGLISH): (The New York Times)

WATCH: Keith Jarret’s stunning take on ‘Over The Rainbow’

Policeman in CDMX municipality caught shoplifting at Walmart. Gotta love it! (Excelsior)

Discover the best places to go hiking in Riviera Nayarit: (Riviera Nayarit)


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