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Archive for: September, 2012

October Pets of the Month

By Lynn Weisberg and Joan DiPiero Our dogs of the month are sisters Nube and Cocoa. These eight-month old beauties were rescued from the campo by a couple of folks who had been feeding the mother and her pups until they were able to have the mother spayed and the puppies brought to the SPA. [...]

Creative growth, the art of living well

By Nina Wisniewski How is your life unfolding these days? Is there a feeling of flow, of stop and go, is time moving fast or slow? Many of us are pursuing a balanced life, paying attention to the present moment and making choices that serve us well. We wish to be well. Workshop Creative growth, [...]

Three faces of anxiety

By Norman Araiza In my experience, working with alcoholic clients, once the drinking has stopped, symptoms of anxiety disorders may exhibit themselves and we learn that the drinking problem is secondary to the primary anxiety disorder. When recovery is limited to A.A. exclusively and does not include psychotherapy, often times this anxiety condition goes undiagnosed [...]

3 star chefs + 3 star menu = Casita Linda’s starry night gala

By Alexis White The ingredients have yet to be shopped because freshness is the key, but celebrated Mexico City chefs Enrique Olvera of Restaurante Pujol, Mikel Alonso of Biko Restaurante, and Sonia Arias of Jaso Restaurant already have planned the menu they will create for Casita Linda’s first gala, Spirit of Hope: Celebrating 50 Houses [...]

A specialized childcare alternative

By Patricia Rangel Alina Monterrubio and Monica Hoth, both parents of adolescent children, met when their children were small and attending primary school at Los Charcos Waldorf School, now Arbol de Vida. In those years Alina, a graduate of art school in Oaxaca, started her studies to become a primary school teacher, following the Waldorf [...]

Days of Awe, part III, tenting in the San Miguel desert

By Pat Hirschl Camping, tenting, making a home in a temporary place, attracts children of all ages. A short-term change of dwelling is a getaway from it all experience that frees us to imagine a simpler time, a more natural life. Children camping out in the backyard in a pup tent dream they are in [...]

Perfect day with Bohemian spirit

By Jade Arroyo We propose  a day in San Miguel visiting places which  honor art and good eating and drinking; relaxed places where you can express your artistic side and have fun in an artsy way. Instituto Allende, Escuela de Artes Visuales y Español, Ancha de San Antonio 22, 15 2-01-90 This iconic art school [...]

Go wild with Audubon!

By Sheridan Sansegundo Audubon de Mexico is throwing the party of parties to celebrate 45 years of protecting the environment, promoting a love of nature, and encouraging responsible stewardship of the natural treasures of San Miguel. Held in a beautiful setting, the gala will start with sunset cocktails, tapas and a chance to see the [...]

Celebrating St. Michael: An offering of faith

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado The celebrations honoring Saint Michael the Archangel will be held on September 29, 30 and 31. Music, dancers, xúchiles (large floral offerings), mojigangas (giant puppets) and giant stars will be part of the long processions winding through the main streets of the city. The fireworks of the Alborada (dawn) start [...]

Retirement village may be developed in San Miguel

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado San Miguel de Allende has the second largest community of expats in Mexico. For that reason, the AMARS (Mexican Association for Assistance in Retirement) has chosen San Miguel as a place to develop residential housing with integrated health services for adults 50 years old or older. The president and founder [...]

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