News Andrea Brooks

Here Comes La Calaca! »

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado La Calaca (the skull) is a festival that emerged as part of the Day of the Dead celebrations three years ago. This year it returns…

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Área recreativa cercana al río

Tierra Blanca, an Endangered Rural Community »

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado Yearly 1.2 people die in Tierra Blanca because of lung cancer. City councilor Osvaldo García noted that there was no budget during the current administration…

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El Charco del Ingenio, a Natural Protected Area for the Community »

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado El Charco del Ingenio was recently the site of a significant indigenous ceremony. Among the scents of incense and wild flowers, the captains of the…

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San Miguel de Allende

A new theater »

By Sandra Ríos On Wednesday, October 15, San Miguel Theater Company opened a new theater space in Colonia Independencia. They debuted with the play Moonlight & Magnolias, a comedy by…

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Richard Schultz and Anado McLauchlin

A New Exhibit at the Toy Museum »

By Sandra Ríos On October 10, the Museo del Juguete “La Esquina” opened a new exhibition with the winning pieces from the fourth contest for the popular Mexican toy. The…

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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…

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Que Pasa

Walking San Miguel »

San Miguel de Allende Perfect Day

By Sandra Ríos Cafe Rama is the perfect place to start your day. It is located on one of the…

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Cervantino at Teatro Santa Ana »

El Gran Silencio

By Sandra Ríos We continue with live and delayed broadcasts on the screen at Teatro Santa Ana. Here are the…

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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…

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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…

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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 »
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Patsy Bubela »

Patsy Bubela

By John Desmond Finny 1936 – 2014 Patsy Bubela was a really memorable person.   Perhaps the most remarkable thing about her was that she was so complete; in the truest sense, she was a Lady for all Seasons.   Her talents were so many that it…

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“A Musical Thursday,” Enjoy the Music of Handel, Puccini, Lloyd Webber and More »

COMM CORO

By Liliana Gutiérrez If you enjoy listening to songs and arias for soprano and tenor you’ll want to take advantage of this special opportunity to hear works of various composers sung by two local professional singers; Xavier Hernández, tenor, and Liz García Luna, soprano, accompanied…

Oct 24 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
Life & Style

The Spirit of Jack LaLanne Lives On »

Joe Hernandez

By Janis McDonald What do Jack, Janis, and Joe have in common except the “J?” We spent our lives helping people feel better, driven by…

Oct 24 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

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 »
News Andrea Brooks

Here Comes La Calaca!

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado La Calaca (the skull) is a festival that emerged as part of the Day of the Dead celebrations three years ago. This year it returns more alive than ever. The festival…

Oct 24 2014 / Read More »
Community Patsy Bubela

Patsy Bubela

By John Desmond Finny 1936 – 2014 Patsy Bubela was a really memorable person.   Perhaps the most remarkable thing about her was that she was so complete; in the truest sense, she was a Lady for…

Oct 24 2014 / Read More »
ARTS San Miguel de Allende ART MUVARTE

Photographs of Eniac Martínez

By Adriana Tapia Parrilla MuV is a space open to the creative manifestation. We seek to be a hand extended to the rapprochement between artists and collectors, architects, designers and in general with people who are…

Oct 24 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 REG SPA1

They’re Not Just Getting Older, They’re Getting Better!

By Megan Gabel Puppies–those adorable little faces, cute antics–oh, so enticing! People often underestimate the effort, patience, and tolerance it takes to own puppies, not realizing that they often whimper in the night, chew everything in…

Oct 24 2014 / Read More »
Life & Style Joe Hernandez

The Spirit of Jack LaLanne Lives On

By Janis McDonald What do Jack, Janis, and Joe have in common except the “J?” We spent our lives helping people feel better, driven by a lifetime passion for fitness and a desire to share it…

Oct 24 2014 / Read More »
Que Pasa San Miguel de Allende Perfect Day

Walking San Miguel

By Sandra Ríos Cafe Rama is the perfect place to start your day. It is located on one of the most beautiful streets in San Miguel. Savor the green juice made of spinach, celery, pineapple, ginger,…

Oct 24 2014 / Read More »

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