Coffee & Headlines • November 22, 2021

From today’s broadcast:


Cuale Market vendors temporarily operating at Parque Hidalgo are expected to vacate today.

Cannabis reform is revived with a new initiative.

Doña Yolanda Contreras Montes de Oca, daughter of revered Puerto Vallarta historian Catalina Montes de Oca, passed away this weekend.

Whatever happened to the construction company responsible for the collapse of Santa Barbara St.? Good question!

As we suspected, SEAPAL’s union leader is not a very nice person, apparently.

Governor Alfaro is expected in Puerto Vallarta tomorrow.


Costco’s gas station began operation this morning and you know it will be a nuthouse for a few days!

Grand International Charro Tournament is announced for February 2022.


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