Coffee & Headlines • March 17, 2023

From today’s broadcast:


SEAPAL concludes repairs announced yesterday.

Vehicle verification complaints continue.

Once again, Governor Alfaro affirms that vehicle verification is here to stay.

Bus service in Puerto Vallarta is not as good as they say, state authorities finally acknowledge.

Medina Ascencio lateral will be ready in April.

Governor Alfaro will attempt to address high toll prices during a meeting in Mexico City.

Local tourism police members begin English classes.

It was not a good week for AMLO…


It’s a good time to visit Talpa de Allende, but not for all.

The Damajuana Raicilla Festival begins today.


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

APRIL 19: Coffee & Headlines’ Spring Meet & Greet at Whiskey Kitchen.


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