Coffee & Headlines • March 6, 2023

From today’s broadcast:


Nayarit has the most expensive highway toll in the country.

Los Arcos is now a critical habitat zone.

Puerto Vallarta has a new radio station.

SEAPAL announces vehicular restrictions.

Saturday city repair program headed to Ixtapa.


Our latest walking tour (Isla Ríoc Cuale to Gringo Gulch) broadcast this past Saturday is now available on YouTube in 4K definition. Enjoy!

The Rompe 2.0 festival is announced.

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MARCH 9: Don’t miss my next music appreciation lecture, “How to Listen to Jazz” at the Joint Coworking Hotel.

March 12: Hecho a Mano Spring Fest

March 17-19: Damajuana Raicilla Festival

March 23: Panel Discussion featuring “So You Think You Can RISE” first-prize winning ensemble Raíces.


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