Coffee & Headlines • September 15, 2022

From today’s broadcast:


The traditional National Charro Day returns after two pandemic years.

The man responsible for changing the colors of the Mexican flag in Nayarit is identified, and his resignation.

Nayarit claims back another piece of land and project acquired and constructed illegally.

Puerto Vallarta will have a good long weekend when it comes to tourism and hotel occupancy.

Mazamitla canceled celebrations due to violence.

The state government frowns upon Mazamitla’s unilateral decision.


A Mexican Independence Timeline

No, we’re not going to learn Mexico’s history in 30 minutes, but a brief timeline of key events happening elsewhere in the world can shed some light at how Mexico’s Independence was shaped and ultimately triggered. 

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