Coffee & Headlines • February 7, 2023

From today’s broadcast:


Local cops get busted after attempting to extort tourists.

Local businesses seek federal protection against new anti-tobacco laws.

Marina Vallarta residents grumble against ‘reserved parking’ signs.

Pitillal riverside path will be extended all the way to the ocean.

International Charro Tournament, a resounding success.

Did Mayor Michel forget to celebrate Constitution Day?

January, a violent month for Jalisco when it comes to organized crime.


GDLUZ Festival 2023, Guadalajara’s amazing festival of lights, is coming back in a week.

FEBRUARY 23: My next lecture will be “Great Mexican Songs: Their composers, their performers, and their stories,” to take place at the Joint Coworking Hotel on Thursday, February 23, 5 – 6:30 pm.


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