News Horno ecológico en Pantoja

Clean Air: Impossible! »

By Jesús Aguado Fourteen brick kilns have been closed in the city; however, the four kilns of Nuevo Pantoja are pending, in a place where they fire their bricks with…

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International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances »

By Sandra Ríos The General Assembly of the United Nations decided in 2010 to declare International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances on August 30. The UN was expressing…

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José Ortiz Moya

“El Negro,” a Persistent Photojournalist Always Capturing the News »

Personality of the month By Sandra Ríos Jose Ortiz Moya, better known in the local journalistic world as “El Negro,” is a native of San Miguel, a tireless worker who…

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The artist, Tomas Joaquin Burkey Marambio

A Varied Exhibition »

Smile, You Are in San Miguel By Sandra Ríos The gallery Muv Arte recently presented the work of artist Thomas Burkey, entitled “Selected Work,” with great success and attendance. At…

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María Guadalupe Segura, 2015 Queen of the rural communities

An active weekend »

By Jesús Aguado To celebrate International Youth Day, the local administration offered a lecture for young sanmiguelenses with comedian Consuelo Duval. The 46-year-old actress, popular for several characters on TV,…

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A Day in the Sun »

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By Sandra Ríos To take advantage of these hot days, we suggest you go to the hot springs that surround…

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Reggae in San Miguel »

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By Sandra Ríos Lovers of reggae will be delighted with the arrival of the La Tinta band for an upcoming…

Aug 28 2015 / Comments Off / Read More »

A Bright Day »

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By Sandra Ríos To begin your day with an adventure through the skies, we suggest a balloon ride. Depending on…

Aug 21 2015 / Comments Off / Read More »

A New Grape Harvest in San Miguel »

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By Sandra Ríos The Vineyard San Miguel joined the first grape harvest of Guanajuato on Saturday, August 15. They began…

Aug 21 2015 / Comments Off / Read More »

An entertaining day »

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By Sandra Ríos To start the day with a tasty breakfast we suggest you visit the restaurant of Vinícola Toyán,…

Aug 14 2015 / Comments Off / Read More »

The Best Voice of Tango Comes to San Miguel »

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By Sandra Ríos As part of the celebration of the wine harvest in La Santísima Trinidad, will be honored as…

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A Bright Day »

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By Sandra Ríos To take advantage of these sunny days, what’s better than breakfast outdoors surrounded by lush vegetation? For…

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Here Comes the Festival del Espíritu »

Belly Dance

By Sandra Ríos For the third consecutive year, organizers Alejandro Trejo and Gaby Rojas will present the Festival of the…

Aug 7 2015 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Community

Get on the Fast Track for the Third Act of Your Life »

Mary Murrell and Janis McDonald created and lead the Designing Yout Third Act Workshops

Live Like You Can By Mary Murrell In a previous article in Atención, I described a phenomenon called the U-curve of happiness. Social scientists have documented increased happiness (or feelings of well-being) as people age, starting during midlife and continuing into the 80s. If you…

Aug 28 2015 / Comments Off / Read More »

To Support CASA, 70-Year-Old Cycles from Toronto to San Miguel »

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By Mark O’Neill Not many people kick off their eighth decade with a 2,500-mile cycling adventure, but that’s Torontonian John Murtaugh’s big birthday goal. He wants to raise at least US$25,000 for his favorite charity, Amistad Canada. Murtaugh was inspired by the documentary film CICLO,…

Aug 28 2015 / Comments Off / Read More »
Life & Style

Art, Dreams, and Nature at Windows to the Soul Art Studio »

workshop Rebeca

By Jane Onstott Originally from Santa Fe, New Mexico, Rebecca Peterson came to San Miguel on sabbatical in 1996 and never left. An art therapist,…

Aug 21 2015 / Comments Off / Read More »

World Heritage and Historic Cities Symposium »

WORKSHOP Patrimonio

By Gregory Gunter AMPI (the Mexican Association of Realtors) and the National Council of Historical Centers urge you to join the 4th annual Symposium of…

Aug 14 2015 / Comments Off / Read More »
News Horno ecológico en Pantoja

Clean Air: Impossible!

By Jesús Aguado Fourteen brick kilns have been closed in the city; however, the four kilns of Nuevo Pantoja are pending, in a place where they fire their bricks with all kinds of trash—tires, plastics, and…

Aug 28 2015 / Read More »
Community Mary Murrell and Janis McDonald created and lead the Designing Yout Third Act Workshops

Get on the Fast Track for the Third Act of Your Life

Live Like You Can By Mary Murrell In a previous article in Atención, I described a phenomenon called the U-curve of happiness. Social scientists have documented increased happiness (or feelings of well-being) as people age, starting…

Aug 28 2015 / Read More »
ARTS Richard Blanco

National Headline Newsmaker to Appear in San Miguel

  By Susan Page Cuba has opened an American Embassy! And there to add poetic majesty to the occasion was Richard Blanco, President Obama’s second inaugural poet. The event was widely covered in international news. Richard…

Aug 28 2015 / Read More »
La Biblioteca BIB VICEVERSA

ViceVersa Art Opening

Art ViceVersa Art Opening Sat, May 2, 7pm Galería Santa Ana La Biblioteca Reloj 50A Emergent Artists Exhibition By José Luis Mendoza Aubert On May 18, San Miguel and La Biblioteca will host “ViceVersa,” the First…

Apr 24 2015 / Read More »
Travel TOUR San Miguel

The New Wave of Tourism in SMA

By Blondina Clarke While San Miguel offers a perfect snapshot into colonial Mexico history and art, a new interest has emerged with tourists: the unique and fascinating culture of faith here. Its religious festivities distinguish the…

Jun 12 2015 / Read More »
Columns REG SPA1

SPA’s September Pets of the Month

By Lynn Weisberg and Joan DiPiero The Sociedad Protectora de Animales (SPA) is the only no-kill animal shelter for dogs and cats in San Miguel. For more than 30 years we have been taking care of…

Aug 31 2015 / Read More »
Life & Style workshop Rebeca

Art, Dreams, and Nature at Windows to the Soul Art Studio

By Jane Onstott Originally from Santa Fe, New Mexico, Rebecca Peterson came to San Miguel on sabbatical in 1996 and never left. An art therapist, she has a master’s degree in psychology and another in Jungian…

Aug 21 2015 / Read More »
Que Pasa QP Perfect day

A Day in the Sun

By Sandra Ríos To take advantage of these hot days, we suggest you go to the hot springs that surround these lands of the Bajío. If you have children, one option is to take them to…

Aug 28 2015 / Read More »

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