Coffee & Headlines • August 9, 2022

From today’s broadcast:


Mayor Michel inaugurates Paso del Molino improvements.

SEAPAL digs up Versalles to improve water flow.

More details on the botched funicular project emerge.

Jalisco’s Secretary of Transportation initiates legal action against InDriver.

Sales improve at Río Cuale Market during the Summer season.


PROFECO, Mexico’s consumer protection agency, chimes in on allowed tortilla prices.

Bank of Mexico launches new $20 peso coin.

‘The Silence of Sound’ is coming to Guadalajara early September.

A Love Letter For Ada Colorina

Inspiring her community, Ada goes out of her way to make sure that her Paso Ancho neighborhood is mindful of the environment, and that its children have a rewarding connection with the arts. —¡Gracias, Ada!

Discover how this amazing, humble local artist became one of the essential pillars of Puerto Vallarta’s visual arts history, and how despite her trajectory, she remains true to her roots.

Ada Colorina’s work is currently on display at ARTe Vallarta Museo.

Connect with Ada Colorina directly through her Facebook page.


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