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Archive for: November, 2012

December Pets of the Month – just in time for the holidays!

By Lynn Weisberg and Joan DiPiero Disney’s Lady and the Tramp is a Christmas classic. We have our own version at the SPA. Both about two years old, our Lady is a short-haired mixed breed and our Tramp is a longer-haired terrier mix. Night of 100 ornaments A benefit for the SPA Special sale of [...]

Life is beautiful

By Martín Habacuc Díaz Muñoz Life Is Beautiful (La vita è bella) is a 1997 Italian tragicomedy drama film directed by and starring Roberto Benigni, who plays Guido Orefice, a Jewish Italian bookkeeper, who must employ his fertile imagination to shield his son from the horrors of internment in a Nazi concentration camp. Part of [...]

Children’s Art Prize excite winners

By Hannah Jarmain The Winners of the Children’s Art Prizes were presented before 400 people in the packed Teatro Ángela Peralta on Saturday, November 10. This is the third annual Art Awards Ceremony hosted by the Children’s Art Foundation to give recognition to all contest participants. Six hundred children who participated came from 15 district [...]

Todos somos agua

By Annie Coleman Several years ago, Dr. Masaru Emoto conducted an experiment on the responsiveness of water molecules. He exposed the H2O to external positive and negative stimuli and observed a microscopic difference between the crystal structures formed. The structure of the molecules formed by positive stimuli was aesthetic and harmonic, while the structure of [...]

Four hands–one piano

By Michael Pearl And, I should mention, two pairs of very elegant heels! The Guevara and Zhelezova Piano Duo are not just the most talented piano duo in Latin America, but the best looking as well…and wait until you see the sensual way they play the piano and twist and turn around it like elegant [...]

Keys to a better relationship

By Norman Araiza There are many keys that open the door to a better relationship. This article is limited to three that I see neglected most often in seasoned relationships. It’s no secret that the more frequently loving gestures are made between partners, the stronger the relationship. Yet in many relationships, gestures that were once [...]

“Wear Me,” safely dressed

By Georgina Acosta Today among youth around the world and here in San Miguel de Allende, there still exists a lack of information about sexual and reproductive health. Just as alarming, unplanned teen pregnancy has continued to rise due in part to the taboos that still exist regarding sexual health and education. This not only [...]

School of English seeks new leadership

By Joseph Toone The San Miguel de Allende School of English, a decades-old nonprofit charity serving over 200 locals, seeks new leadership as the current President steps down at the end of the year due to sudden illness in his family. The school has enlisted the aid of expert legal advice, Enrique Ramirez, who will [...]

San Miguel de Allende Now Has an Adult Education Program

By Jo Sanders and L. Luba The Lifelong Learning Program had a successful first run in October and will now be a new permanent program at the Instituto Allende, an addition to its programs in art and language. Lifelong Learning Program courses will be offered at the Instituto in three terms: February-March, July-August, and October-November. [...]

Árbol de Vida, a school community in San Miguel

By María Bracho Situated in a prime natural environment, located only 12 minutes away from San Miguel de Allende, Árbol de Vida Waldorf School is a community supported and built by parents and teachers which opened its doors in August 2012 to continue the Waldorf school initiative in our town. Christmas bazaar By Waldorf School [...]

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