Coffee & Headlines • November 19, 2021

From today’s broadcast:


Water shortages in Pitillal persist.

There are water shortages in Conchas Chinas as well, and the construction company behind the collapsed development on Santa Barbara St. is to blame.

The state’s Health Board is analyzing the Church of Guadalupe’s petition to celebrate the December processions.

Jalisco bars are hoping for economic recovery during the posada season.

The city may request a loan to afford salaries and Christmas bonuses.

Puerto Vallarta’s Tourism Board reports on over 100 successful meetings with members of the travel industry during this week’s Tourism Expo.

Progres on the reconstruction of the Insurgentes St. bridge is… slow.


We’ve added El Puerco de Oro to our Versalles For Foodies Map!

BIG ANNOUNCEMENT: Paco Ojeda on Music Podcast!

Will it fly or will it not? We don’t know. In the meantime check out the podcast homepage.

Also, listen to the pilot episode, featuring the story behind the “Marcha de Zacatecas,” considered to be Mexico’s second national anthem.


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