Coffee & Headlines • June 17, 2022

From today’s broadcast:


Access to Colonia Buenos Aires and beyond continues to be challenged by increasing rain.

Pre-registration for Covid-19 vaccination for children 5 – 11 has begun.

Three Mexican soccer stadiums, including Guadalajara’s Akron, will host games for the 2026 Fifa World Cup.


Hurricane Blas moves away from Mexico’s Pacific coast.

A new tropical depression is brewing, however.

At last night’s LGBTQ+ get-together, our friend Carmen Porras was sporting a beautiful t-shirt created by local engraver Claudia Vásquez. Follow her footsteps through her Facebook page and hopefully we’ll learn where/when we can connect with her to support her work! (By the way, sirena sarandeada means shaken mermaid, FYI!)

Best wishes for another LGBTQ+ get-together taking place tomorrow at Granvas!

WATCH: The Puebla sinkhole is featured in this ‘10 Most Dangerous Holes on Earth’ video (IN ENGLISH)!

WATCH: Check out how the narrator pronounces the state of Oaxaca (owaxaka) in this Top Five Biggest Trees on Earth video (IN ENGLISH)! Cosita!

Sign me up! The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis will perform in Guadalajara’s Conjunto Santander on October 25!


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