Coffee & Headlines • November 27, 2021

From today’s broadcast:


42 years ago today, the Río Cuale Market was inaugurated.

Vendors return to the Río Cuale Market and surrounding streets.

Covid vaccination for 15-17-year-old minors available Monday and Tuesday at La Lija.

The airport gets the memo and hires more staff for incoming international arrivals.

Another construction project causes incessant water flows in Díaz Ordaz.

Upcoming concert by rapper Santa Fe Klan gets Jalisco Health Board approval.

Upcoming concert by singer Pancho Barraza gets Jalisco Health board approval.

EYEROLL: Father Gallegos from Michoacán preaches that women should stay home and make tortillas instead of marching against violence against women!


Have you checked out Qué Bolá, the Cuban restaurant within the Emiliano Zapata Market?

WATCH: “The Ladies Who Lunch” with Meryl Streep, Christine Baranski & Audra McDonald, from Take Me To The World: A Sondheim 90th Birthday Celebration, a tribute to Broadway songwriting icon Stephen Sondheim created during the Covid-19 epidemic. Mr. Sondheim passed away peacefully at his home yesterday leaving behind an unmeasurable legacy.


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2 thoughts on “Coffee & Headlines • November 27, 2021

  1. Hi Paco,
    Q-we’re in search of the Panadero car that sells pan dulce in the Versailles area. Would you happen to know if he has any set schedule or route? We love your show and appreciate all you do for us English speaking locals.

    Thank you,
    Cari & Victor Flores


    1. Hola Cari! I’m so glad you are enjoying the content! Unfortunately, I don’t have an idea of a specific route, but feel free to ask the group during one of the live broadcasts. Somebody may have heard the vehicle go by more regularly than me…



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