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Archive for: July, 2012

27 July, publication online

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Two Exhibitions at YAM Gallery

By Adolfo Caballero The gallery is very proud to present the solo show Stone Notebooks by Carlos Pez, a collection of works completed in the year 2011 as the result of a road trip from the emblematic printing workshop La Ceiba Gráfica in the state of Veracruz to the studio of the artist in Brooklyn, [...]

Lucha Rivera National Fair in Dolores Hidalgo

By Holly Yasui One of the largest alternative fairs in Mexico, with over 300 exhibitors from 18 states, the Feria Nacional de Productores y Consumidores Lucha Rivera, comes to Dolores Hidalgo on August 3 to 5, open to the public from Friday afternoon to Sunday night. This fair is dedicated not only to fair trade [...]

The scent of heaven

By Patricia Hirschl Fill your home with the welcoming smell of baking bread. Real estate agents swear it boosts house sales. Generations associate home-baked bread with mother’s love. A hands-on challah workshop by Chaya Teldon awaits you at the Quinta Loreto TV Salon Friday morning, August 3 at 10:30, guaranteed to put the homey aroma [...]

The Indians’ chapels: a tour awaiting tourists

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado In the municipality of San Miguel there are approximately 240 capillas virreinales (viceregal chapels, also known as capillas de indios, or Indians’ chapels), and seven have been restored by the local government. These religious centers date from the 17th and 18th centuries and were constructed by missionary friars to attract [...]

An artistic collaboration at Ra-Luz Gallery

By Cynthia Simmons Tim Hazell doesn’t understand limits — he’s a musician, poet, educator, author and artist. He is also a collaborator, continually exploring ways to integrate worlds. Tim understands that artistic collaborations result in projects that are enriched by diversity, generally resulting in greater depth and texture. His upcoming exhibit, opening July 31 at [...]

The ‘Wild Side’ of the Chamber Music Festival culminates in free concerts and recitals

By Camie Sands Yes, there really is a wild side. It’s the wild enthusiasm, creativity and élan that university and post-graduate musicians bring to the San Miguel Chamber Music Festival, as each and every one of these advanced students arrives anxious to share his/her music with one another, audiences and the professional performing artists who [...]

A danzonero’s wish list for San Miguel de Allende

By Leonardo Rosen Looking back on more than five years of classes and four years of admission-free public events with the Club de Danzón “Mercerina”, there are various things I wish for in San Miguel de Allende. These are not in order of priority: Danzón Sun, Jul 29, 1-3pm & 6-8pm The Kiosco of the [...]

Pets of the month: honey, why is that bag moving?

By Lynn Weisberg and Joan DiPiero Our featured dogs this month are Kara and Kelly, mixed-breed siblings. Last March, a visiting couple encountered a plastic bag on their doorstep. Not unusual, until they realized the bag was moving! They discovered four tiny puppies, about two and a half months old, squirming inside. One pup was [...]

Last chance to see Blue Gold: World Water Wars!

By Layla Contreras Vía Orgánica will screen Blue Gold for the last time this month. Don’t miss your opportunity to watch this captivating documentary on the situation of water pollution and privatization around the globe. Film Blue Gold Tue, Jul 31, 6pm Vía Orgánica Margarito Ledesma 2 col. Guadalupe You will also have the [...]

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