Coffee & Headlines • November 25, 2020

From today’s broadcast:


The body of real estate tycoon Felipe Tomé was found in Nayarit: (Contralinea)

Jalisco’s government will have to deal with consequences of opening stadiums to the public prematurely, says Hugo López-Gatell: (El Universal)

Mexico’s government announces financial aid for families with loved ones lost to Covid-19: (Vallarta Independiente)

Federal Highway 200 will not be temporarily closed after all: (Vallarta Independiente)

Cannabis legalization in Mexico continues to move forward through legal channels: (Informador)


Learn about Casa Isabel Bar & Grill, one of the best places to enjoy a spectacular view of Emiliano Zapata as you dine and watch the sunset! (Facebook)

Why are local authorities not enforcing public face mask use among foreigners? Some locals wonder… (NoticiasPV)

Do you have time in your hands? Consider crocheting tiny kitty couches: (MyModernMet)

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