Coffee & Headlines • November 28, 2022

From today’s broadcast:


Guayabitos/La Peñita have bus stations now.

Unschedule work on the Ameca bridge caused chaos over the weekend.

2023 cost of renewing your Jalisco driver’s license is revealed.

The Municipal Tourism Director is no longer.

Sad: politics get in the way of a wonderful Feria Internacional del Libro in Guadalajara.


The word of the year is ‘gaslighting,’ says Merriam-Webster.

Noah’s Café is having another Indian pop-up dinner on Wednesday.

They say a Mercado Roma is heading to the street level space at the building across from Parque Lázaro Cárdenas. Check out their website:

REMINDER: Joint Coworking Hotel’s Brand Explosion Marketing Symposium is tomorrow.

Susan Amani and Nacho Daddy announce their upcoming Bucket Brigade:

Break a leg, dear Gouda! Gouda Gabor opens at Incanto tonight.


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