Coffee & Headlines • December 11, 2020

From today’s broadcast:

HEADLINES

Mexico’s Federal Commission for Protection Against Sanitary Risks (Cofepris) expected to green light Pfizer vaccine today: (Excelsior)

Church of Guadalupe closed until December 13: (NoticiasPV)

New Malecón sculpture is officially inaugurated: (NoticiasPV)

More news arise regarding new labor laws concerning home office workers in Mexico: (El Universal)

Traveling increases Covid-19 spread: (Contralinea)

Dr. Anthony Fauci joins ‘Today, Explained’ on a live broadcast this coming Monday (IN ENGLISH): (VOX)


LEISURE

Grand Princess docks in Puerto Vallarta for seven days, passenger-less, on its way to LA: (Contralinea)

Netflix’s ‘The Prom’ is now available to watch: (Excelsior)

Bass-baritone Sir Bryn Terfel to perform a live, holiday performance, pay per view, tomorrow (IN ENGLISH): (The MET)

Banksy reveals new street art and it’s nothing to sneeze at (IN ENGLISH): (Huffington Post)

PETA offers politically-correct options for popular animal-related sayings: (El Universal)


WEIRD SONG WEEK: Pikotaro’s ‘PPAP (Pen Pineapple Apple Pen)’

WATCH: The odd but catchy music video by the guy chosen to entertain US President Donald Trump during his 2017 Asia tour—eerily appropriate if you ask me!


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