Coffee & Headlines • December 11, 2021

Downtown Pitillal

From today’s broadcast:


The national Covid-19 stoplight indicator gets updated—we’re still in the green.

All is set to go for this coming week’s two vaccination campaigns.

Vacationing in Riviera Nayarit will be slightly more expensive in 2022.

Mexico will never require a vaccination certificate to participate in public activities, says Hugo López-Gatell. 

Malecón and nearby businesses reject the ‘Christmas Village’ being installed in the Malecón due to unfair competition.

The city’s permits department confirms that the Malecón Christmas ‘casitas’ will not be used to sell food or other products.

Meanwhile, the traditional Christmas Market at Pitillal’s Main Plaza is up and running.


Why movie theaters aren’t dead yet (IN ENGLISH).

CHRISTMAS MUSIC—A Capella and Multitrack Vocal Masters

LISTEN: An Evening in December II (1987) by First Call, on Spotify.

LISTEN: Let it Snow (2013) by New York Voices, on Spotify.


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