Coffee & Headlines • August 26, 2022

From today’s broadcast:


The latest pediatric Covid-19 vaccination campaign ended successfully.

Sales decreased at one restaurant, so did they decrease elsewhere?

Cuale Market vendors are hoping not to have to renew their annual license.

Las Juntas bus service is so bad, they get a free ride.

Reaching the miners trapped in a Coahuila mine will take much longer than anticipated.


Pueblos Mágicos are essential for tourism, says federal Tourism Secretary Miguel Torruco Marqués.

Sealand, a new aquarium in Guadalajara, opened yesterday.–20220825-0063.html

Visit Sealand’s website for more information.

The 2022 edition of Guadalajara’s International Music Fair is coming up in November.

Visit the official website for more information.

REMINDER: Tomorrow’s broadcast will be pre-recorded so we can go on this hike to Agua Azul and tell you about it. But if you’d like to tag along, here’s the scoop. This is not a Coffee & Headlines event. If you would like to tag along, kindly check out the information in the event below and RSVP to the organizer directly.


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