Coffee & Headlines • January 26, 2022

From today’s broadcast:


Airbnb and the state of Jalisco shake hands.

Reglamentos inspects local restaurant while the Partido Verde political party was conducting a meeting. Coincidence?

“No more attacks,” says Luis Munguía from the Partido Verde.

Cyclists are asked not to speed as they ride along the Malecón.

There are no public funds available to conclude the work being done along Las Flores Avenue.

Governor Alfaro has not yet fully delivered on his promise to fund the rehabilitation project at the local Salado estuary.


The El Salado estuary is commissioning a 6 M long sculpture of a crocodile.

Guadalajara’s Museo Cabañas announces new bilingual website and year-long cultural projects (IN ENGLISH).

The Jalisco Philharmonic announces new season and new conductor.

Check out the Jalisco Philharmonic’s upcoming first 2022 season.

WATCH: Gustavo Dudamel conducts the LA Philharmonic performing The Fairy Garden from Ravel’s “Mother Goose.”


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