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This Community’s Lifeblood Is Breath »

By Jesús Aguado Chances are if you are on the banks of the San Damián River, you’ll hear someone playing a tambora (a bass drum covered with animal hide), a…

Jun 15 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Time to Rock in San Miguel »

By Karla Ortiz Put aside fancy restaurants and cocktail bars boasting of mixologists and their obscure, complicated drinks. The McCarthy’s Irish Pub chain has arrived in San Miguel de Allende,…

Jun 15 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Rescuing the Mexican Popular Toy »

By Karla Ortiz On June 7, The Museum of the Mexican Popular Toy opened the new exhibition Tomás and Josué Met and Played Together in the Corner, the result of…

Jun 15 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »
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What an López Obrador Win Means for Mexico: An Interview With Carlos Bravo Regidor »

“He doesn’t come from outside the system. He’s part of the system.” By Karla Ortiz On June 4, journalist and political analyst Carlos Bravo Regidor gave a lecture here in…

Jun 15 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Mexico, Let’s Read »

By Karla Ortiz Can a love of reading help lead the way to world peace? A Swiss organization, The International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY), was founded in…

Jun 15 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »
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The Locos Parade Origins in City’s Farming Past »

By Jesús Aguado San Miguel was once a city surrounded by orchards, mainly in the area that is now Parque Juárez. All kinds of seasonal fruits were grown: apples, pears,…

Jun 15 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »
Community

UU Service »

By Jon Sievert “Love all, so that you may not wish to kill any,” said the Buddha. At this week’s Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Service, Ravi Nathwani explores the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi about Ahimsa, the principle of nonviolence toward all living things. Nonviolence is one…

Jun 22 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »

My Child, My Love: Sin Excepciones »

By David Johanssen It takes courage for a child to say, “Mom, I’m gay,” especially in conservative Mexico. In a new play, renowned Mexican actress Laura Sotelo presents the story of how she came to accept that her child is gay. It is a personal…

Jun 22 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »
Life & Style

A Personal Perspective on Guiding for the Patronato Pro Niños Historical Tours. »

By Cheryl Young Peggy Jones, coordinator of the PPN Historical Tours and an Architectural Tour Guide, is passionate about her work with PPN Tours. And…

Jun 15 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »

The Mammogram Crisis »

By Salvador Quiroz The mammogram is a radiographic study of the human breast. While 98 percent of patients undergoing this procedure are women, the remaining…

Jun 15 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »
News P Bandas1

This Community’s Lifeblood Is Breath

By Jesús Aguado Chances are if you are on the banks of the San Damián River, you’ll hear someone playing a tambora (a bass drum covered with animal hide), a cymbal crashing nearly without rest, and…

Jun 15 2018 / Read More »
Community

UU Service

By Jon Sievert “Love all, so that you may not wish to kill any,” said the Buddha. At this week’s Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Service, Ravi Nathwani explores the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi about Ahimsa, the principle…

Jun 22 2018 / Read More »
ARTS

Playreaders Is Back!

By Marthe Fraser We’re kicking off the SMA Playreaders’ season with a comedy to soften the blow of raising the admission price from 20 to 30 pesos. Even so, as I enjoy pointing out to folks,…

Jun 22 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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Travel News

By Judy Newell Mexico Travel News Lo de Perla, a Seaside Garden Near the coastal town of San Pancho, the orchids and other exotic flowers grow at their own pace, misted by the sea breeze and…

May 11 2018 / Read More »
Columns

Vistas de San Miguel

“Vistas de San Miguel” is a 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 moments…

Jun 22 2018 / Read More »
Life & Style

A Personal Perspective on Guiding for the Patronato Pro Niños Historical Tours.

By Cheryl Young Peggy Jones, coordinator of the PPN Historical Tours and an Architectural Tour Guide, is passionate about her work with PPN Tours. And her passion shows in her glowing 5-star TripAdvisor reviews. As a…

Jun 15 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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