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Archive for: September, 2013

Michael Pedziwiatr at Bordello Galleria

By Pedziwiatr You are invited to a playful feast for your eyes this Saturday evening at the Bordello Galeria at the opening for Michael Pedziwiatr’s show, “Que Pasa Con Frijoles y Otra Cosas!” Art “Que Pasa Con Frijoles y Otra Cosas” Mixed media and sculpture by Michael Pedziwiatr Sept 28, 6-8pm Bordello Galeria Casa de [...]

Soul connections: artists and their art

By Marcia Wolff O look again within yourself, For I know you were once the elegant host, to all the marvels of creation. –Hafiz The marvels of creation are vast and diverse. They are carried within the individual and conveyed in a unique and brilliant way. In my own experience, six people in a writing [...]

George and Peggy Bell’s estate art collection

By Shannon Reece In 1957, George Bell, then a businessman in New York, walked into the studio of painter V. Gagnon Cegani and purchased an oil painting, “A Portrait of John Sauter.” This acquisition was to begin his lifelong passion as a collector. Bell was also a professional classic violinist, and just as he was [...]

High Desert Rangers in concert

By Jon Sievert, photo by Buzz Holland The High Desert Rangers, an acoustic string band featuring bluegrass instrumentation, presents its first full concert next Friday, October 4, at the Shelter Theater. Concert High Desert Rangers Fri, Oct 4, 7pm Shelter Theater Vincente Guerrero 4 San Rafael 120 pesos; reservations: 154-7524 The band was initially formed [...]

The aliens land at S.t Paul’s Church

By Henry Vermillion The San Miguel Playreaders will feature a production of the young playwright Annie Baker’s acclaimed piece The Aliens Wednesday and Thursday October 2 and 3. Theater The Aliens Wed and Thu, Oct 2 & 3, 7pm St. Paul’s Church Cardo 6 20 Pesos When the play first appeared in New York in [...]

Spirals, mildew and transautomatism, Friedensreich Hundertwasser, art and life

By Béa Aaronson Painter, architect, philosopher, environmentalist, Hundertwasser is a one-of-a-kind artist. He was fascinated with spirals, and called straight lines “the devil’s tools.” He loved uneven paved streets, uneven irregular floors, saying that they were “a melody to the feet.” He would have loved San Miguel! He marveled at mosses and mildew whose organic [...]

The Vitamins of Healing and Joy

By Dr. Emmett Miller “You are what you eat.” We are all aware of that. But are you just as aware that “You are what you think?” It is true that the physical aspects of your body are intrinsically related to the food you eat, since the atoms that your body incorporates from the food [...]

Travel News

By Judy Newell Mexico Travel News Marketing targets Latino market The Puerto Vallarta Tourism Board, AMResorts and Aeromexico have joined forces to create a promotional campaign designed to highlight the destination’s cultural assets to a Latino population. The campaign is targeting radio and digital media, including Spanish Broadcasting Systems, Telemundo and Univision in such markets [...]

La Alborada: A party for our patron saint

By Jade Arroyo La Alborada is one of the most beloved of the city’s festivities, when San Miguel honors its patron, Saint Michael the Archangel, with dances, music, rockets and faith. To experience the Alborada is to partake in a piece of the city’s glorious past and its immortal spirit, a celebration in which Catholic [...]

Support the local Fire Department and celebrate with them their 30th anniversary

By Luz María Shepard The Board of the Fire Department of San Miguel de Allende celebrates its 30th anniversary with a Silent Art Auction. The event will be held at the William Martin Gallery in Fábrica La Aurora, Saturday, September 28th from 5 to 8pm. For this extraordinary event, artists like Barbara Valvede, Cati Demme, [...]

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