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News Mónico Ramírez Preserver the tradition or organizing the recreation of the Fiesta of St. Michael the Archangel

New Outdoor Photo Exhibit to Honor San Miguel’s Guardians of Culture »

By Jesús Aguado Pueblo de los Indios de las Chichimecas—most likely the original settlement of San Miguel de Allende—was established by the Catholic friar Juan de San Miguel 475 years…

Jan 21 2019 / Comments Off / Read More »
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The Swamp of the Bicentennial Freeway »

By Jesús Aguado When activists and indigenous people found out about the construction of the Bicentennial freeway, they immediately stated that its construction would represent the decadence of the original…

Jan 21 2019 / Comments Off / Read More »
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City Takes Action to Address San Miguel’s Gas Shortage »

By Karla Ortiz Fifteen days into a nationwide gas shortage due to a federal oil antitheft program,  the municipality is demanding from Pemex a prompt response about the situation and…

Jan 21 2019 / Comments Off / Read More »
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San Miguel Service Stations Running Out of Gasoline »

The Federal strategy to combat fuel theft has reduced supplies in Guanajuato and five other states. By Karla Ortiz As we went to press, the state of Guanajuato and some…

Jan 11 2019 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Newest Local Tourist Attraction Aims to Unleash Everyone’s Creativity »

By Karla Ortiz Ariadna Galaz and Jorge Peralta—who call themselves “Los Calladitos”—are part of a wave of culture and art being promoted by young artists throughout the state of Guanajuato.…

Jan 11 2019 / Comments Off / Read More »
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PURO AMOR »

By Karla Ortiz On December 22nd, author Sandra Cisneros presented her first literary work written in English and Spanish at Camino Silvestre’s shop on calle Correo. The short story, Puro…

Jan 4 2019 / Comments Off / Read More »
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“San Miguel’s Secrets Revealed!” Visits 20 Historic Churches January 22 »

Las Monjas Church

By Kathleen Bennett “San Miguel’ s Secrets Revealed! “ will focus on twenty of San Miguel’ s historic churches and chapels, some as old as the 16th Century during the next virtual walking tour presented on Tuesday, January 22, in the Library’ s Sala Quetzal.…

Jan 18 2019 / Comments Off / Read More »

Patronato Pro Niños Touches on a Special Pilgrimage »

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By Cheryl Young A pilgrimage is essentially a sacred journey, and a feature of many religions. In the historical Christian context, people would undertake difficult, often dangerous journeys for many reasons: “to fulfill a vow, to expiate a crime, to seek a miraculous cure, or…

Jan 18 2019 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Northern Italy

By Judy Newell   Mexico News New Hotel Opening in San Miguel This January, a luxury five-suite inn called Hotel Amparo will open, created by…

Jan 18 2019 / Comments Off / Read More »

Travel News »

scenic switzerland

By Judy Newell México News One Million People Headed to Cancún While some people flock to ski resorts and cozy mountain retreats to celebrate the…

Dec 28 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »
News Mónico Ramírez Preserver the tradition or organizing the recreation of the Fiesta of St. Michael the Archangel

New Outdoor Photo Exhibit to Honor San Miguel’s Guardians of Culture

By Jesús Aguado Pueblo de los Indios de las Chichimecas—most likely the original settlement of San Miguel de Allende—was established by the Catholic friar Juan de San Miguel 475 years ago among Chichimeca tribe members. The…

Jan 21 2019 / Read More »
Community Las Monjas Church

“San Miguel’s Secrets Revealed!” Visits 20 Historic Churches January 22

By Kathleen Bennett “San Miguel’ s Secrets Revealed! “ will focus on twenty of San Miguel’ s historic churches and chapels, some as old as the 16th Century during the next virtual walking tour presented on…

Jan 18 2019 / Read More »
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New Yorker Cartoonist Victoria Roberts Pens New Offering at San Miguel Playhouse

By Fredric Dannen When cartoonist Victoria Roberts settled in San Miguel three years ago, it was after a lifetime of what she calls “to-ing and fro-ing.” Born in New York City in 1957, Roberts—who is also…

Jan 18 2019 / 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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By Judy Newell   Mexico News New Hotel Opening in San Miguel This January, a luxury five-suite inn called Hotel Amparo will open, created by the owners of Hibiscus Linens, Taylor Goodall and Mariana Barran de…

Jan 18 2019 / Read More »
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Meet Sassy

By Jayn Corral Sassy would be her name, the SPA volunteers knew upon meeting her. This young tabby came to here in mid-2018, after being chased by dogs into a family’s garage. The family could not…

Jan 18 2019 / Read More »
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Travel News

By Judy Newell   Mexico News New Hotel Opening in San Miguel This January, a luxury five-suite inn called Hotel Amparo will open, created by the owners of Hibiscus Linens, Taylor Goodall and Mariana Barran de…

Jan 18 2019 / Read More »
Que Pasa

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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