Coffee & Headlines • February 17, 2023

From today’s broadcast:


Gala Puerto Vallarta – Riviera Nayarit begins.

SEAPAL concludes repairs on Francisco Medina Ascencio earlier than previously announced.

City overspent 177 million pesos in payroll last year.

Mayor Michel explains his stance on security chief replacement.

Do locals want Mayor Michel to seek re-election for another term? No, it seems.

A protest against excessive urban development in Puerto Vallarta is in progress.



Once again, hats off for a memorable private dinner at Carmen and Claudia’s wonderful project.

COMMENTARY: What does it take for a Mexican national to obtain a US tourist visa (and is it worth the hassle)?


FEBRUARY 19: VW Van exhibition at the Malecón.

FEBRUARY 21-23: The Bucerias Street Festival and Chalk Art Walk

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.

FEBRUARY 25: Art Auction at Joint Hotel’s First Year Anniversary.


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