Coffee & Headlines • April 29, 2022

From today’s broadcast:


Two military women on vacation in Puerto Vallarta were abducted.

The women that were abducted were set free.

400 more members of the national guard arrive in Puerto Vallarta.

Jalisco restaurants will implement a software ‘panic button’ to increase security for women.


Mexico celebrates Labor Day this Sunday, FYI.

Holi Beach is certified as a clean beach.

WATCH: In case you missed it, here is our Oasis del Holi Walk Around from a few months ago.

Raicilla gets closer to becoming an official spirit from our state.

Five classical music albums you can listen to right now (IN ENGLISH).

SPECIAL SEGMENT: The English-Speaking Local LGBTQ+ Community

We had the opportunity to exchange interesting and important ideas and viewpoints on how to nourish our connections, particularly during the Summer months. Feel free to share your comments on Facebook, or if you are watching on YouTube, feel free to share here.


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One thought on “Coffee & Headlines • April 29, 2022

  1. Hola Paco,

    With regard to events, activities, and meet-ups for the LGBTQ+ community in Puerto Vallarta, here are a few suggestions:
    – Los Mangos Library has LGBTQ+ film nights (I think, on Tuesdays)
    – A Page in the Sun book shop and coffee venue makes their space available to various groups — particularly book clubs, i.e. a possibility for the LGBTQ+ community (and a comfortable, welcoming location)
    – Many volunteer opportunities exist for the LGBTQ+ community: the PURR Project, various churches, Pasitos de Luz, SETAC programs, education helpers in schools, the food bank, Vallarta Garden Club, orphanages, Men’s Gay Chorus, groups at the University of the Coast (on many subjects of interest), gourmet dinner clubs which meet in members’ homes or at restaurants, cooking classes, exercise classes, sports events…
    – And I’m sure that most organizations welcome members of the LGBTQ+ community to their events, social get-togethers, and information-sharing meetings: Paradise Church; Democrats Abroad; the American School; International Friendship Club; Chamber of Commerce; Hospitality Association; tour groups; theatre groups; sewing or weaving clubs — fibre arts; art appreciation clubs; excursion groups, i.e. hiking, walking, sailing, kayaking…

    Janice 🙂


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