Archive for: January, 2013

Second Helpings

By Danika MacGregor One year ago this month, my fiancé, Rene, and I visited the SPA in search of a new cat. We arrived on a hectic Saturday morning, passing many pets and their owners waiting outside to see the vet, and were shown inside to see the cats. The staff and volunteers were busy, [...]

Annual book sale at La Biblioteca

By Jade Arroyo Take note, book lovers, because the entrancing aroma of old books will be in the air this Saturday, January 26, from 10am to 1pm when La Biblioteca holds a special once-a-year book sale. Ninety percent of the books are in English, so now is the chance for English-speaking readers to bargainhunt for [...]

Ana Thiel-a brilliant exhibition

By Anne Lewis The word “brilliant” belongs to Ana Thiel. This San Miguel artist dazzles with the light and quiet energy that glow from her molten glass sculptures, usually embedded in found objects such as old books or a weathered window frame, objects that already have a story to tell. What is so evident in [...]

Another Opening! Another Show! The Chapel of Jimmy Ray presents ZOA

By Carol Wheeler, photo by David McKenzie San Miguel’s most exotic, most thrilling, most out-of-the-way gallery is having its first big 2013 opening on Saturday, January 26, from 1 to 5pm. The show is called ZOA and it presents the work of three major San Miguel artists–Zoe Siegel, Oscar Martinez Heredia, and Anado McLauchlin–all together [...]

Distinctive folk pottery supports Mexican village life

By Susan Page In the mountains of Guerrero, in a small village so remote that it does not appear on maps of Mexico or on our GPS, a group of families carries on a tradition of ceramic art that is hundreds of years old and that has been passed from father to son and mother [...]

New works by Terra Mizwa

By Rueben Pantell Terra Mizwa will be exhibiting her recent work at the Media Naranja Café this Saturday, January 26. Not So Still Lifes new works by Terra Mizwa Sat, Jan 26, 6-8pm Media Naranja Café Hidalgo & Calzada de la Luz Above Farmacia San Gabriel The title of the show, Not So Still Lifes, [...]

Rising from the ashes, Resurgir… de las cenizas

By Víctor Aguilar This dynamic exhibit explores the moment when fire has devastated its surroundings, and from within the ashes can be seen the seeds from which new life will flourish… Resurgir de las cenizas Fri, Jan 25, 7pm Canapes by Pura Vida Special music performance by Billy White Fibras Naturales Showroom For directions call [...]

Santiago Corral Gallery anniversary celebration

By Margaret Failoni The years go by so quickly, especially if successful and/or lucky. Whichever the case, the Santiago Corral Gallery seems to be doing something right. After just a few years at the Aurora Design Center, last year they opened a branch in Valle de Bravo exhibiting works mostly by San Miguel de Allende [...]

Alex de Pue in San Miguel

By Gilberto González Nena Hotel is proud to present Alex de Pue, a fiddler, for one exclusive night only in San Miguel de Allende, Friday, February 1, at 7pm. Concert Alex de Pue, band, not just fiddling around Fri, Feb 1, 7pm Hotel Nena Nemesio Diez 10 154-7129 Alex de Pue might have been just [...]

Renowned Mexican flute player Horacio Franco in San Miguel de Allende

By Delia López Horacio Franco, one of the best-known Mexican classical musicians in the world, will perform his first recital in San Miguel de Allende. The concert will raise funds for Jóvenes Adelante, a nonprofit organization that promotes higher education among low-income youth in the city and surrounding rural communities. Concert Horacio Franco To benefit [...]

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