We bring you up to speed on the demonstration against construction near Los Arcos, south of Puerto Vallarta. Don’t bother looking for your Halloween costume, you probably won’t need it. PLUS, a very personal cautionary tale for gay men out there. Continue reading Coffee & Headlines • October 21, 2020
Cheesegate continues. Bucerías residents tear down beach access barriers. United increases flights. US border restrictions extended. PLUS, if the world ends in 2020, it won’t be because of the Universe, says Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Continue reading Coffee & Headlines • October 20, 2020
Our weekly Covid-19 update: no emergency button yet, but things are not looking good. A new breakwater at Los Arcos raises concerns. Tourism returns to Riviera Nayarit. The heatwave continues. Continue reading Coffee & Headlines • October 19, 2020
We explore Candace Shaw’s short-lived but ilustrious singing career. We share Náhuatl names that are still in vogue today. We discuss the dreadful business of where to throw the toilet paper in Mexico, and for the faint of heart, we reveal the worst name for a gay porn feature film, ever. Continue reading Coffee & Headlines • October 18, 2020
Former Mexico defence secretary aprehended in the US by the DEA. Conchas Chinas residents protest against new condo development. Controversial sky bar’s permit is rejected. Make room for #LordAsperger. Ah, and three awesome news! Continue reading Coffee & Headlines • October 17, 2020
Say goodbye to Day of the Dead celebrations. 🙁 Say hello to Papantla Flyers. 🙂 Volaris offers bargain flights to Puerto Vallarta. Ew! A bacon-scented face mask! PLUS, how to gift local children responsibly during the holidays. Continue reading Coffee & Headlines • October 16, 2020
Carnival postpones cruise ships in Mexico’s Pacific Riviera until 2021. Viva Aerobús loses a cat. The cheese recall is real. Hand sanitizer mistakes we’re probably making. And what about all the holidays coming up? Continue reading Coffee & Headlines • October 15, 2020
The so-called ’emergency button’ changes in meaning and execution. Montezuma’s revenge takes an entirely new (or not so new) meaning. Cheese and yoghurt manufacturers cringe at new labels. Mexican cinematographer showcased by Apple Computer. Continue reading Coffee & Headlines • October 14, 2020
Discover Nayarit’s ‘Pueblos Mágicos.’ More protests against beach access restrictions in Nayarit. PROFECO begins shutting down gas stations that don’t deliver the goods in their entirety. PLUS, get your credit cards ready; it’s going to be a bumpy week! Continue reading Coffee & Headlines • October 13, 2020
It’s Covid-19 Monday and we take a look at the latest stats released by Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro. PLUS, details on the letter AMLO’s wife presented to Pope Francis, whale watching season dates and more. Continue reading Coffee & Headlines • October 12, 2020
We take a look at the enhancements going on at Isla Río Cuale, the glowing arrow that hangs on top of my head during the broadcasts (and other cardboard treasures at home) and we review the colorful metaphors we heard on the video of the meteorite that crashed near Monterrey.
Continue reading Coffee & Headlines • October 11, 2020
Beatriz Gutiérrez makes stops in France and Italy, and some of you are probably wondering who she is. Can you guess how much Mantamar was fined for the flashy swimming incident? The new national Covid-19 stoplight is out. How are we doing? Continue reading Coffee & Headlines • October 10, 2020