Coffee & Headlines • June 23, 2022

IMPORTANT: There was no live broadcast yesterday—apologies! We’re recovering from Covid-19, but here we are today, feeling better. Thank you for all your get-well wishes. They mean a lot!

From today’s broadcast:


Summer tourists, usually not expected until next month, are beginning to arrive.

It’s a done deal: Nuevo Vallarta is now Nuevo Nayarit.

Night owl bus service could return to Puerto Vallarta in August.

InDriver vehicles will continue to be seized in Puerto Vallarta until they formalize their operation with the State of Jalisco.

The risk of Covid in crowded city buses is real and getting worse.

Yes, you should test for Covid before going to a gathering (IN ENGLISH).

Free Covid-19 tests are still available at Parque Hidalgo.

Nayarit Governor Miguel Ángel Navarro now says that completion of the Federación Bridge is a done deal.


The Cuale Croc is still around!

Turtle release season is on in Puerto Vallarta.

WATCH the first five minutes of this National Geographic documentary (IN ENGLISH) to truly appreciate the risks unprotected, newly-hatched sea turtles must take in order to make it into the ocean for the first time. 

REMINDER: Oculto is offering Coffee & Headlines viewers a special discount for their upcoming Chiles en Nogada cooking class!

Enter a raffle to win a DJI mini 2 Combo Drone and help local musicians!

Three well-known local musicians, Gary Flores, Roberto Falcón and Rafa Zermeño are raising money through a raffle, to be able to record a CD. Watch them live this Sunday at 8 pm at


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