Coffee & Headlines • October 28, 2021

From today’s broadcast:


Jalisco is close to returning to the ‘green’ in the national Covid-19 stoplight indicator.

Starting in 2022, female hygiene products will not be taxed in Mexico.

Mayor Michel vows to restructure and improve public transportation in Puerto Vallarta.


Puerto Vallarta’s Department of Culture announces Day of the Dead altar exhibitions at three cultural centers.

REMINDER: Don’t miss Art Vallarta’s Day of the Dead exhibition.

REMINDER: Don’t miss Casa Museo Puerto Vallarta’s special Day of the Dead altar commemorating Puerto Vallarta (then Las Peñas) founder, Guadalupe Sánchez.


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