Coffee & Headlines • April 29, 2021

From today’s broadcast:


Local seniors missing Covid-19 vaccine receive it successfully at Ixtapa Dome.

People that received the Pfizer vaccine may need a third dose, says BioNTech.

Mexico to start bottling the Sputnik V vaccine in May.

Governor Alfaro reacts to the fact that the Guadalajara-Puerto Vallarta new highway is still unfinished.


Happy Birthday, Claus Ogerman, Duke Ellington and Toots Thielemans!

LISTEN: Antonio Carlos Jobim’s ‘Double Rainbow’ (also known as ‘Children’s Games’) arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman.

WATCH: Duke Ellington conducts his orchestra performing his son Mercer’s composition, ‘Things Ain’t What They Used To Be.’

WATCH: Toots Thielemans performs his signature composition, ‘Bluesette’ in 2009, at age 90!

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