Coffee & Headlines • July 28, 2022

From today’s broadcast:


Covid in Jalisco is waning.

What’s up with the piece of land next to the Sheraton?

Former Jalisco Pension Fund Institute director is sent to jail. Here’s why.

Inflation is affecting restaurants, says CANIRAC Jalisco director.

Commission is established to standardize Puerto Vallarta’s institutional colors.


Rain drops much-needed water in local dams.

First Jalisco avocado shipment to the US takes place today.

El Salado Estuary became a natural protected area 22 years ago yesterday.

Concerned citizens aim to protect the El Salado Estuary.

11 year-old Mexican girl, first to discover an asteroid.

Time to Help a Friend

As you know, Whisky Kitchen Amapas was broken into recently. To bounce back, Gina is offering 20 percent off gift certificates, which can be obtained via email (paypal), Whatsapp, or with a direct bank deposit. For more information, contact Gina at ginawhiskey @ (without the spaces).

Why Not Dinner!

And to generate more cash flow, a bunch of us are having dinner at Whiskey Kitchen Versalles this coming Tuesday, August 2, at 6 pm. Join us!


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