News MOMIAS Leyenda de las momias

Las momias de Guanajuato ¡están vivas! »

Por Antonio De Jesús Aguado Las momias de Guanajuato han sido protagonistas de varias películas y después de 150 años vuelven con fuerza para promocionar el estado a través de…

Oct 17 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
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The World Of Bulls For a Good Cause Interview with rejoneador Gastón Santos »

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado Gastón Santos, the bullfighter (rejoneador) from San Luís Potosí and icon of the Fiesta Brava, not only brings his Lusitanian horses to San Miguel, but…

Oct 17 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
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A Stamp from the UCD Does Not Make a Vehicle“Legal” »

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado A presidential decree states that all vehicles circulating on federal roads must have insurance to guarantee payment for civil liability in case of accident. On…

Oct 17 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Cultural Turismo Fair 2014 »

By Sandra Ríos From October 22 to 24, the Cultural Tourism Fair 2014 will be held in San Miguel de Allende, organized by the Secretaría de Turismo de Guanajuato, The…

Oct 17 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
Leyenda de las momias

Guanajuato’s Mummies are Alive »

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado The mummies of Guanajauto have been the characters in several movies and, after almost 150 years, they have come back stronger than ever to promote…

Oct 17 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
Mario Hernández y Cesar Arias del Charco del Ingenio

Opening Cocktail »

Smile, you are in San Miguel By Sandra Ríos On Thursday, October 9, the Festival Internacional del Colibrí opened with great interest and attendance, celebrating at Casa Europa with an…

Oct 17 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
Hanging bridge in Tierra Blanca

An Update on Tierra Blanca, Devastated by Cancer »

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado The study conducted in Tierra Blanca by UNAM (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México) regarding a mineral that causes lung cancer and mesothelioma revealed only the…

Oct 10 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
Segundo Informe de Mauricio Trejo

Trejo´s Second Government Report »

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado In Mayor Mauricio Trejo’s second government report, the highlights were the arrival of the city’s industrial park and a US$20 million campaign to promote San…

Oct 10 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
Que Pasa

A day with nature »

San Miguel de Allende QP Perfect Day

By Sandra Ríos Before an energetic walk through San Miguel, we suggest taking breakfast at Cumpanio. It has an excellent…

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The pleasure of photography »

Fotografia de Keith Carter

By Sandra Ríos Santa Fe Photographic Workshops returns to San Miguel, celebrating its 25th anniversary with leading professional photographers to…

Oct 17 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

An entertaining day »

QP Perfect Day

By Sandra Ríos A delicious breakfast in a cozy atmosphere with beautiful gardens awaits you at the Posada Corazón restaurant.…

Oct 10 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

Festival Internacional Cervantino at Biblioteca »

Rhizomatiks X Elevenplay

By Sandra Ríos We continue with the Festival Internacional Cervantino 2014 at the Biblioteca Pública, the only venue in San…

Oct 10 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

A Bright Day »

San Miguel de Allende Perfect Day1

By Sandra Ríos We recommend restaurant Andanza at Hotel Casa de Sierra Nevada for breakfast. A classy place in the…

Oct 3 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

Cervantino 2014 Comes to the Biblioteca Pública »

San Miguel de Allende, CQP1

By Sandra Ríos This year the Festival Internacional Cervantino has considered bringing the most important festival shows to different places…

Oct 3 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

An Active Day »

QP Perfect Day

By Sandra Ríos Start your day walking through the downtown streets until you reach Hernández Macías, where you will find…

Sep 26 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

What to Do in San Miguel »

Grupo Alison

By Sandra Ríos Among many interesting activities In San Miguel, are the cultural and traditional festivities for San Miguel Arcángel,…

Sep 26 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

A Very Mexican Day »

San Miguel de Allende PD

By Sandra Ríos Since we are celebrating the Fiestas Patrias in September, we can start with a breakfast at Via…

Sep 19 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

Event for Peace »

Jerry Steward y Alejandra García, coordinadores del evento

By Sandra Ríos The San Miguel organization Camino de la Paz invites you to celebrate the International Day of Peace…

Sep 19 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

One Day in Heaven »

San Miguel de Allende PD

By Sandra Rios To start the day breathing fresh air and watching San Miguel come awake from above, the best…

Sep 12 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Ebola: Should We Worry? »

Ebola virus imaging wide

By David Johanssen   How can a deadly virus spin so far out of control despite assurances from US officials and the World Health Organization? A Liberian man infected with the disease recently travelled to Dallas, Texas. Although at first sent home from the ER,…

Oct 17 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

Fall Fundraiser to Renew Guadiana Park »

Guadiana park bit wheelchaur accesible, photo by Luis Patlán

By Signe Hammer   The Friends of Guadiana Park Fall Fundraiser Saturday night will raise money to support the renewal of the small, heavily used Guadiana Park. The park accommodates young Mexican families, student groups, courting couples, dog walkers, and strollers and bench-sitters of all…

Oct 17 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
Life & Style

Genjii’s Tale and a Royal Concubine’s Tragedy »

Drugen chicken

By Tim Hazell “My life is dyed with sorrows of several hues. Pray tell me which is the hue of the part we share.” –…

Oct 17 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

Parinaama Prison Project »

HEALTH YOGA

By Adriana Tapia Aformer international journalist and war correspondent turned psychologist, an Anglo-Argentine psychologist with a nyphen specialization in addictions, and bereavement therapy, Ann Moxey…

Oct 10 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
News MOMIAS Leyenda de las momias

Las momias de Guanajuato ¡están vivas!

Por Antonio De Jesús Aguado Las momias de Guanajuato han sido protagonistas de varias películas y después de 150 años vuelven con fuerza para promocionar el estado a través de “Las Leyendas de las Momias de…

Oct 17 2014 / Read More »
Community Ebola virus imaging wide

Ebola: Should We Worry?

By David Johanssen   How can a deadly virus spin so far out of control despite assurances from US officials and the World Health Organization? A Liberian man infected with the disease recently travelled to Dallas,…

Oct 17 2014 / Read More »
ARTS Anado and Ambassador

An Ambassaor, a Guitar, and Anado

By Lulu Torbet One of 40 artists chosen to embellish a three-meter Gibson Les Paul Guitar for Gibson Guitar Town in Mexico City, the San Miguel artist Anado McLauchlin came up with a doozy. No surprise…

Oct 17 2014 / Read More »
La Biblioteca BIB Cursos de Verno4

Summer Course at La Biblioteca Pública 2014

By Sandra Ríos Born in Mexico City and holding a degree in sociology from the University of Florida, Patricio Provencio is the creator of the initiative Integrando Mexico, formed in 2011. His objective in creating this…

Jul 11 2014 / Read More »
Travel San Miguel de Allende TRAVEL AUDUBON

Masters of Tequila and Folk Art

By Colleen Besman Audubon Eco Journeys  offers a small group tour with expert guides to Jalisco, combining nature, tequila tasting, ruins, and folk art. Trip to Jalisco Audubon Eco Journeys “Jalisco: Masters of Tequila and Folk…

Oct 3 2014 / Read More »
Columns San Miguel de Allende REG SPA1

Home, Sweet Home

By Joan DiPiero Our top priority in Catworld is finding that perfect home for each of our cats. Since more than 100 cats are adopted each year, our population is constantly changing. An annual group photo…

Oct 17 2014 / Read More »
Life & Style Drugen chicken

Genjii’s Tale and a Royal Concubine’s Tragedy

By Tim Hazell “My life is dyed with sorrows of several hues. Pray tell me which is the hue of the part we share.” – Murasaki Shikibu Japan evolved rapidly after legendary Emperor Jimmu founded the…

Oct 17 2014 / Read More »
Que Pasa San Miguel de Allende QP Perfect Day

A day with nature

By Sandra Ríos Before an energetic walk through San Miguel, we suggest taking breakfast at Cumpanio. It has an excellent bakery, and behind its counter you will see how they make bread every day. You can…

Oct 17 2014 / Read More »

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