News Señora Santiaga López raspando el maguey

Maguey, the Sacred Plant »

By Jesús Aguado Simple and pure is the beverage of the pre-Columbian gods. Aguamiel (maguey juice) and pulque (fermented maguey juice) were the beverages Mexicans inherited for masking, curing, and…

Jul 28 2016 / Comments Off / Read More »
Chichen Itzá

A Journey to Yucatán »

By Jesús Aguado More than 100 photographs taken in 1946 are being exhibited at Casa de Cultura BANAMEX. The exhibit is open to the general public, it is free, and…

Jul 28 2016 / Comments Off / Read More »
ENCHARCAMIENTOS Portada

Encharcamientos por alcantarillas bloqueadas »

Por Jesús Aguado Las lluvias del 26 de julio causaron encharcamientos en el área en reconstrucción de la salida a Querétaro. El director de Obra Pública—FelipeTapia Campos—indicó que fue debido…

Jul 27 2016 / Comments Off / Read More »
MUERTOS Muertos rio

Uno falleció por inanición y otro por broncoaspiración »

  Por Atención San Miguel El viernes 22 de julio, por la tarde, el cuerpo de un hombre fue localizado en el arroyo Las Cachinches; ya no presentaba signos vitales…

Jul 27 2016 / Comments Off / Read More »
HOMICIDIOS LUGAR13

Guanajuato en el lugar 13 a nivel nacional en tasa de homicidios »

Por Atención San Miguel Con información proporcionada por los registros administrativos de defunciones accidentales y violentas generados por los propios estados, las estadísticas revelan una proporción de 17 homicidios por…

Jul 26 2016 / Comments Off / Read More »
choque2

Colisión de vehículos en Santa Matilde »

Por Atención San Miguel La madrugada de hoy—22 de julio—se registró un accidente en la carretera de San Miguel a Dolores (a la altura de Santa Matilde). Oficiales de Seguridad…

Jul 22 2016 / Comments Off / Read More »
Que Pasa

Guanajuato Film Festival »

Over your dead body

By Jade Arroyo Summer is here, and people are taking over the streets, eager to enjoy all the wonderful cultural…

Jul 22 2016 / Comments Off / Read More »

The Sweet Life »

Aguamiel

A Perfect Day By Jade Arroyo If you fancy good morning coffee accompanied by a book, your laptop, and your…

Jul 8 2016 / Comments Off / Read More »

Coffee Lovers »

QP C Cafe

By Jade Arroyo “Coffee should be strong as death, black as night, hot as hell, and sweet as love.” –Turkish…

Jul 8 2016 / Comments Off / Read More »

Guide for Rainy Days »

PD1

By Jade Arroyo People who live in San Miguel often have a fascination with the rain. In this land of…

Jun 24 2016 / Comments Off / Read More »

Booklovers »

QP Centrales

By Jade Arroyo “Of the various instruments of man, the most striking is undoubtedly the book. Others are extensions of…

Jun 24 2016 / Comments Off / Read More »

Street Food »

PD Tacos

By Jade Arroyo The true culture of a place is in its markets and streets. In Mexico, street foods are…

Jun 17 2016 / Comments Off / Read More »

Los Locos: Parade and Story »

Foto Sean Reagan

By Jade Arroyo, photo Sean Reagan The tradition of the Locos parade is one of the most beloved, both by…

Jun 17 2016 / Comments Off / Read More »

Melting Pot »

PD Berlin

By Jade Arroyo The multiculturalism that feeds the city and our day-to-day lives is what makes our small San Miguel…

Jun 3 2016 / Comments Off / Read More »
Community

Interview with Al Kocourek, President of Feed the Hungry San Miguel »

COMM AL AI

By Donna Fullerton Al Kocourek was recently named president of Feed the Hungry San Miguel (FTHSM). I sat down with him to learn about his background and his plans for the organization. Donna Fullerton: Tell me about your involvement with Feed the Hungry San Miguel.…

Jul 22 2016 / Comments Off / Read More »

San Miguel Democrats Abroad to Offer Nonpartisan Voter Assistance »

COMM DEMOCRATS

By Mark Bilker In an effort to maximize voter participation in the all-important upcoming 2016 presidential election, the San Miguel chapter of Democrats Abroad will offer in-person assistance to prospective voters regardless of party affiliation beginning Tuesday, August 2. United States and US/Mexican dual citizens…

Jul 22 2016 / Comments Off / Read More »
Life & Style

What Is “Hot” Yoga? »

WELLNESS YOGA

By Melinda Marino “Hot” Yoga is a discipline that brings the body into balance daily, taking us from the imbalance we create in sports and…

Jul 22 2016 / Comments Off / Read More »

Time Travel Possible on Architectural Tour »

Walking Tour

By Betse Davies Ascience fiction author did it. Jack Finney wrote Time and Again about a man doing just that, traveling back in time. The…

Jul 15 2016 / Comments Off / Read More »
News Señora Santiaga López raspando el maguey

Maguey, the Sacred Plant

By Jesús Aguado Simple and pure is the beverage of the pre-Columbian gods. Aguamiel (maguey juice) and pulque (fermented maguey juice) were the beverages Mexicans inherited for masking, curing, and forgetting pain. The water of the…

Jul 28 2016 / Read More »
Community COMM AL AI

Interview with Al Kocourek, President of Feed the Hungry San Miguel

By Donna Fullerton Al Kocourek was recently named president of Feed the Hungry San Miguel (FTHSM). I sat down with him to learn about his background and his plans for the organization. Donna Fullerton: Tell me…

Jul 22 2016 / Read More »
ARTS Harry Susie

Ask Susie

From the SPA By Harry Burrus I’m dog walking with Mike, a volunteer who comes twice a year to walk our SPA dogs. We’re discussing films and theater. I mention how a particular film and its…

Jul 22 2016 / Read More »
La Biblioteca BIB GYPSY Guitar concerts

La Biblioteca

Lecture 75 years of Foreigners in San Miguel de Allende By Arturo Morales Wed, Jun 22, 3pm Sala Quetzal 100 pesos San Miguel de Allende has always been a physiographic and cultural border since the first…

Jun 17 2016 / Read More »
Travel Croatia

Travel News

Travel News By Judy Newell Mexico Travel News Holland America Increases Mexico Sailings Holland America Line has announced that it is upping its Mexico capacity by repositioning the larger, Vista-class Westerdam from October 2016 through February…

Apr 8 2016 / Read More »
Columns REG CULTURAL TIM Bannock with Berry Compote

Primitivism

Cultural Perspectives Ancient hunter-gatherers shared a symbiotic and ritualistic connection with other living creatures, treating them as equals with superior attributes. Bonds of respect and kinship between stalker and prey included prayer, incantations, and rites. Failure…

Jul 22 2016 / Read More »
Life & Style WELLNESS YOGA

What Is “Hot” Yoga?

By Melinda Marino “Hot” Yoga is a discipline that brings the body into balance daily, taking us from the imbalance we create in sports and our daily lives back into balance and alignment. We are reshaping…

Jul 22 2016 / Read More »
Que Pasa Over your dead body

Guanajuato Film Festival

By Jade Arroyo Summer is here, and people are taking over the streets, eager to enjoy all the wonderful cultural offerings in San Miguel de Allende. The Atención staff has compiled the highlights of GIFF in…

Jul 22 2016 / Read More »

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