Coffee & Headlines • February 9, 2023

From today’s broadcast:


Round trip tolls to Guadalajara and back are now $1,500 pesos for passenger vehicles.

El Salado Estuary is scheduled to reopen late this month.

Check out El Salado Estuary on Facebook.

Tourism Bureau looks forward to a prosperous first semester, 2023.

Jalisco’s Secretary of Infrastructure and Public Works oversees projects throughout the city.

There is no progress in the standardization of bar and restaurant licenses.

Musicians’ equipment gets stolen from parking lot while performing at the Malecón.


There will be an International Horse Festival-related shindig at the Malecón tomorrow evening, says the Department of Culture.

Amapas Neighborhood Association announces electronic waste collection initiative.


FEBRUARY 10: Don’t miss Hecho a Mano’s next Pop-Up Art Show at Ernesto’s Good Grub tomorrow.

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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