Coffee & Headlines • May 24, 2022

From today’s broadcast:


Missing local businessman reappeared.

US Ambassador Ken Salazar met with AMLO. Again.

El Remance is yet to be addressed when it comes to damages caused last year by Hurricane Nora.

Nope, locals don’t care much about free wi-fi on city buses.


The first tropical storm of the season could come in a matter of days.

This beautiful new mural donated by Tony Collantez is yet another reason to visit Arte Vallarta Museo.

You think we have problems with red and green tide? At least you are not in Xcaret!

Step into freedom from stress and anxiety…

… but first, maybe consider the impact all-caps text can have in your results.


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2 thoughts on “Coffee & Headlines • May 24, 2022

  1. Hola Paco.

    Regarding today’s edition of “Coffee and Headlines”, I know what you mean about the “all caps” issue. Perhaps Kay Nash wasn’t aware of the etiquette, and was simply trying to get potential readers’ attention. You might consider gently drawing this to her attention.

    Anyway, Kay Nash is a well-known local in Puerto Vallarta, and she’s involved in community events, fundraising, educational presentations, and charities. She’s also an accomplished photographer, and her credits appear in Banderas Bay News, etc.

    She has spoken at “TED Talk Tuesdays” at the Boutique Theatre, and has contributed to the Riverfest fundraiser for Pasitos de Luz, etc.

    Janice 🙂


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