Coffee & Headlines • November 2, 2021

From today’s broadcast:


The excessive crowds at the Malecón on Halloween did not go unnoticed drawing criticism.

A second Covid-19 leftover campaign has been announced for this week.

School attendance increases in the state of Jalisco.

Work on the Insurgentes bridge continues, now scheduled to be completed in January.

City Hall pays some workers with a check, to find out who is actually showing up for work.

AMLO travels to New York, for UN Security Council Meeting.


900+ local businesses expected to participate in El Buen Fin.

Check out the official El Buen Fin website.

Mexico’s official soccer team is fined again for use of the homophobic “P” word during one of their matches.
Netflix raises prices in Mexico.


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