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Local NGOs Receive Generous Donations »

By Karla Ortiz The 4th Seminar on Institutional Strengthening for Civil Society Organizations, coordinated by the Border Philanthropy Partnership and the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona, provided capacity building and…

Feb 16 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Upper San Miguel Continues to Grow »

By Jesús Aguado In the northeast section of San Miguel de Allende, there are three universities and two preparatory schools. In addition, the general hospital and the state and municipal…

Feb 16 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Restaurant’s Preopening Party Benefits Needy Children »

By Karla Ortiz On February 3, the new El Pavo Real restaurant had a preopening party with a purpose, a charity fundraiser for the Centro Infantil de los Ángeles (the…

Feb 16 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »
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The Americas United in A Festival »

By Jesús Aguado The annual party that gathers readers and writers in the world’s best city is about to start. The 13th edition of the San Miguel Writer’s Conference (February…

Feb 9 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Fabrica la Aurora’s Cultural Center Celebrates in Style »

By Karla Ortiz On Saturday, February 3rd, the Cultural Center of Art and Design at Fábrica la Aurora celebrated its 14th anniversary with style. Once a textile factory, it has…

Feb 9 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »
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SMA’s “Monolingual” 911 Services Prompts New Expat Emergency Number »

By Jesús Aguado The complaints over San Miguel’s emergency services number being slow to respond to English-speaking callers are nothing new. In the past, expats have told Atención about waiting…

Feb 9 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »
Community

Tour Reveals San Miguel’s History Hidden In Plain Sight »

By Kathleen Bennett The final program of the six-week Virtual Walking Tour “San Miguel’s Secrets Revealed” will take place at the Library’s Sala Quetzal on Tuesday, February 20 from 3–4 p.m. Surely the best has been saved for the last! During your own walks through…

Feb 19 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »

The FATCA Trap »

By Orlando Gotay Much has been written about FATCA, the Foreign Asset Tax Compliance Act. Those writings are about banks reporting people to the Treasury. Less talked about: the taxpayer side of the street. FATCA created a reporting requirement for persons who file tax returns.…

Feb 16 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »
Life & Style

Discover Your Passions at Any Age! »

By Sarah Martin Would you like to bring a fresh and energizing sense of excitement back into your life? Is it possible to feel more…

Feb 19 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »

Tango Classes to Soothe Body and Mind »

By Christina Johnson What soothes your heart, lowers your blood pressure, cancels out diabetes, and counteracts depression? What allows more balance and confidence to those…

Feb 19 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »
News Apoyos4

Local NGOs Receive Generous Donations

By Karla Ortiz The 4th Seminar on Institutional Strengthening for Civil Society Organizations, coordinated by the Border Philanthropy Partnership and the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona, provided capacity building and awarded funds to civil society organizations…

Feb 16 2018 / Read More »
Community

Tour Reveals San Miguel’s History Hidden In Plain Sight

By Kathleen Bennett The final program of the six-week Virtual Walking Tour “San Miguel’s Secrets Revealed” will take place at the Library’s Sala Quetzal on Tuesday, February 20 from 3–4 p.m. Surely the best has been…

Feb 19 2018 / Read More »
ARTS CALAS Y PECES

Brilliant Flowers and Cool Cactus Bloom at Galería Izamal

By Henry Vermillion Brilliant Cacti and Cool Flowers—either part of this phrase describes the new paintings of Cissy Smith Marks, the new member of Galería Izamal in downtown San Miguel de Allende. A reception for the…

Feb 23 2018 / Read More »
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Documentary Revolution and the Resurgence of a Nation Mon, Apr 3, 1pm Teatro Santa Ana Reloj 50A 60 pesos This fascinating and informative documentary explores the forces that gave rise to the Mexican Revolution, the principal…

Mar 31 2017 / Read More »
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Lions Trip to Puebla

By Janice and Dennis The International Lions Club of San Miguel will be sponsoring a four-day trip to the city of Puebla on December 12–15. We will be staying at the Hotel Colonial. Besides the city…

Dec 1 2017 / Read More »
Columns

Vistas de San Miguel

“Vistas de San Miguel” is a bimonthly graphic reportage of scenes and events in San Miguel de Allende by Susan Dorf, a local San Miguel artist who has an eye for noticing and capturing the unusual…

Feb 19 2018 / Read More »
Life & Style

Discover Your Passions at Any Age!

By Sarah Martin Would you like to bring a fresh and energizing sense of excitement back into your life? Is it possible to feel more vitality and enthusiasm about what you’re up to? The answer is…

Feb 19 2018 / Read More »
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Sabor y vida La cocina de Licha

Por Karla Ortiz La Cocina de Licha, es un nuevo restaurante en la ciudad. A cuatro semanas de su apertura sus platillos están encantando a todos los negocios cercanos que para las 2 de la tarde…

Nov 17 2017 / Read More »

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