Coffee & Headlines • May 30, 2022

From today’s broadcast:


Vehicles that are not verified will not be subject to fines for the time being, says Governor Alfaro.

Restaurants continue to take over the Malecón.

Covid cases continue to increase in Jalisco.

Nayarit’s intention to change city names is not well received at the Tianguis Turístico.

The first case of monkeypox in Mexico is detected.


Agatha becomes a category 2 hurricane as it hits the coasts of Guerrero and Oaxaca.

Another batch of food stands is allowed at the city’s Main Plaza.

REMINDER: Portions of Basilio Badillo will close to vehicular traffic due to SEAPAL improvements.

Over 6,000 people gathered to enjoy Gloria Trevi’s concert in Puerto Vallarta.

Where did the concert take place? Take a look!

A Summer project for me and maybe also for you: watching all the Marvel Universe movies and series chronologically.


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