Coffee & Headlines • February 22, 2022

From today’s broadcast:


AMLO will be in town this weekend.

SEAPAL concludes repairs in Pitillal but service won’t be fully restored until tonight.

The Jalisco State Human Rights Commission requests a project from our city’s administration to stop sewage spills that are currently contaminating the El Salado Estuary

By the way, El Salado Estuary has resumed their scheduled tours. Reserve a spot on their website.

The current pandemic wave is almost over, says Health Undersecretary Hugo López Gatell.


We gave our website a bit of TLC yesterday afternoon with three new articles prominently featured at the top of the Home Page:

39 years ago yesterday, Queen Elizabeth II visited Puerto Vallarta.

LISTEN: ¡México! by Mexican operatic tenor Rolando Villazón, featuring the song ‘Un Viejo Amor,’ by Mexican composer Alfonso Esparza Oteo, the song Queen Elizabeth II enjoyed during her visit. The album features other beautiful songs from Mexico’s traditional repertoire.


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