Coffee & Headlines • January 7, 2023

From today’s broadcast:


Activities are ‘back to normal’ in Culiacán as of this morning after the capture of Ovidio Guzmán.

Secretary of Defense offers press conference detailing casualties of the capture.

Culiacán businesses reported 900 million pesos in damages after violent events.

There will be no extradition of Ovidio Guzmán to the US, at least not yet.

Mexicana Airlines will be sold to Mexico’s Federal Government.


WATCH: Gautier Capuçon plays Les Parapluies de Cherbourg by Michel Legrand.

No plans for this evening? Attend Zoë Lewis’ opening night at Incanto.

REMINDER: I’ll be Gouda Gabor’s special guest on opening night, this coming Monday at Incanto at 7 PM, with Mark Hartman at the piano! For a special discount for online ticket buyers only, use the keyword ‘cheese’ at checkout:

REMINDER: Our Winter Meet & Greet will be on January 20 at Whiskey Kitchen, and the wonderful Amy Armstrong will be playing live!

REMINDER: We’re going to enjoy Amy Armstrong’s ‘Ouid’ ode to cannabis on Saturday, January 21! Get your tickets soon!


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