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Tierra Blanca devastated by cancer »

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado In Tierra Blanca de Abajo, many inhabitants die because of mesothelioma—tumors in the lungs—caused by a mineral in the area called erionite. It is breathed…

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Cynthia Kaufman

“Moving beyond capitalism” conference opens »

By Cliff DuRand and Bob Stone Move beyond capitalism?  Is that even possible?  Like it or not, aren’t we all locked into an actually existing capitalist system? Next week over…

Jul 25 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
Rita DeBrito

La Biblioteca names Rita DeBrito Interrim President »

By Ken Rowland, Immediate Past President As La Biblioteca Publica celebrates its 60th year as the heart of San Miguel, it is also celebrating a reinvigoration of its relationship with…

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COHETES

No more fireworks in San Miguel »

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado A letter submitted to Atención states that the “so-called tradition of firing of mortar fire works” is not appreciated by the vast majority of the…

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Martha Molina strolling through the wine yards

Time for the grape harvest and wine, music and art »

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado August is the month of wine in Guanajuato and the time of vendimia, the grape harvest festival. The celebration starts in San Miguel, featuring a…

Jul 25 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Summer Course at La Biblioteca »

By Sandra Ríos Currently La Biblioteca has an extensive and varied program of activities for children and teenagers, like the computer classes that have been a success, during weekdays, in…

Jul 25 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
Que Pasa

Try a healthy day in San Miguel »

QP PD Vía organica

By Sandra Ríos To start your day, have a delicious and healthy breakfast at Via Organica, which has a small…

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Follow the wine route »

Bodega de Búhos

By Sandra Ríos San Miguel has recently become one of the most important wine producing areas in Mexico. Here are…

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Experience flavors, scents and colors in San Miguel »

QP Perfect Day

By Sandra Ríos For starting the day with an unforgettable, experience and appreciating San Miguel from the heights, a hot…

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Journeying through San Miguel history »

El Chorro

By Sandra Rios If you want to have a memorable and significant experience through the history, art, revealed and not…

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Perfect Day »

Perfect Day

By Sandra Ríos In San Miguel we have gastronomic, cultural and adventure attractions. Here we suggest a few activities to…

Jul 11 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

Cultural Route in San Miguel »

Museo Allende

By Sandra Rios We can begin our cultural tour in the Museo Histórico de San Miguel de Allende (Historic Museum…

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Enjoying San Miguel »

Perfect Day

By Sandra Ríos San Miguel is a place with many attractions. Here we recommend some of them. You can begin…

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Family Vacation »

QP Centrales Xoté

By Sandra Rios The vacation season can be an excellent opportunity to spend time with family. Here we give you…

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A beginning and “Passing the Torch” »

COMM GRADUACION Receiving Diplomas

By Mireille Rita Grovier, photography by Jay Grovier The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines “commencement” as the “time when something begins.” For the five-year-old graduating class of Centro Infantil, the “beginning” of their continuing educational progress occurred on Sunday, July 13, of this year at St. Paul’s…

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What about Iran? »

COMM SHELTER

By John Wharton With the deadline of July 20 past and with no agreement in sight, the world is once again forced to consider how to deal with the possibility of a nuclear Iran. The West fears the program may be aimed at developing a…

Jul 25 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
Life & Style

Exercise can do it all »

Health Liz

By Liz Montes Exercise can do it all; if you let it and if, you do it. As I’m sure you know by now, exercise…

Jul 25 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

Land of silver and natural wonders »

Travel Taxco

By Colleen Besman Today, Taxco is best known for the silver craft work that was revitalized by William Spratling and his team of local Mexican…

Jul 25 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
News Consuelo Colunga en su habitación de adobe

Tierra Blanca devastated by cancer

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado In Tierra Blanca de Abajo, many inhabitants die because of mesothelioma—tumors in the lungs—caused by a mineral in the area called erionite. It is breathed in and later settles on the…

Jul 25 2014 / Read More »
Community COMM GRADUACION Receiving Diplomas

A beginning and “Passing the Torch”

By Mireille Rita Grovier, photography by Jay Grovier The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines “commencement” as the “time when something begins.” For the five-year-old graduating class of Centro Infantil, the “beginning” of their continuing educational progress occurred on…

Jul 25 2014 / Read More »
ARTS Patrimonio Cultural de Gtog

Una fotografía es una imagen de conceptos; Tertulia Fotográfica en Bellas Artes

Por Guillermina Fonseca En el acto fotográfico no hay principio  fortuito, interviene un ser capaz de discernir ante un universo visible de realidades existentes decido a trasladar a dispositivo fotográfico imágenes creadas desde un plataforma de…

Jul 25 2014 / Read More »
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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 Travel Taxco

Land of silver and natural wonders

By Colleen Besman Today, Taxco is best known for the silver craft work that was revitalized by William Spratling and his team of local Mexican silversmiths in 1929. His movement became world renowned due to his…

Jul 25 2014 / Read More »
Columns REG SPA1

My favorite cats

By Joan DiPiero My very favorite cats are the kittens. Who can resist their playful antics, expending every ounce of energy, then collapsing into a purring kitten pile, sleeping the sleep of the innocent? Ulysses, with…

Jul 25 2014 / Read More »
Life & Style Health Liz

Exercise can do it all

By Liz Montes Exercise can do it all; if you let it and if, you do it. As I’m sure you know by now, exercise has incredible benefits and it can be at reach for all…

Jul 25 2014 / Read More »
Que Pasa QP PD Vía organica

Try a healthy day in San Miguel

By Sandra Ríos To start your day, have a delicious and healthy breakfast at Via Organica, which has a small garden on the second floor and an outdoor table where you can sit and order the…

Jul 25 2014 / Read More »

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