Coffee & Headlines • February 18, 2022

From today’s broadcast:


The amazing story of a newborn stolen from a Guadalajara hospital 2005 and found three days ago.

Reglamentos removes a massage operation from Las Glorias beach for lacking permits.

Water experts from Israel hired to consult for SEAPAL present preliminary findings.

Morena party deputies hope to reverse the decision to pay race car driver Checo Pérez a whopping amount for representing Jalisco for a year.

Mexican journalist Beatriz Pereyra writes an oped for The Washington Post about Olympian Donovan Carrillo and the lack of support from our government.

The US treasury department singles out a Puerto Vallarta individual and his links to the Jalisco cartel.


San Sebastián del Oeste will be organizing ‘callejoneadas’ or evening explorations of its alleyways on Saturdays, for the next three months.

The Immersive Van Gogh Exhibition is coming to Guadalajara this year!

Register your email address on the official website for early access to dates and tickets.

Follow Van Gogh Guadalajara on Facebook.


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