Archive for: March, 2014

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April pets of the month are sure to please!

By Lynn Weisberg and Joan DiPiero We are highlighting four particularly charming animals this month, Café and Cairo (cats) and Boo and Sable (dogs). Café and Cairo came to the SPA a few weeks ago with their tearful owner, who had developed serious medical issues and is no longer able to care for them. For [...]

There will be no more support for the Microsoft Windows XP system

By Charles Miller The end-of-life date for the venerable Microsoft Windows XP grows nearer by the hour, and as April 8th approaches a lot of the people still using XP are finally, belatedly starting to explore their options. One client of mine asked me if I could get Microsoft to extend the deadline for her [...]

Travel News

By Judy Newell Mexico Travel News Aeromexico strengthens WestJet alliance Aeromexico announced that they have increased their cooperation with Canadian airline WestJet, providing passengers with added connectivity to more destinations in Mexico and Canada with more competitive fares. More service will be offered from Mexico to Canadian destinations including Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto, Montreal [...]

Tollermania, a ceramics and film project by Natalia Laluq

By Karen Lang Natalia Laluq is a visual and ceramic artist, presently living in Toronto. Born and educated in the Ukraine, she studied at the Kier Polytechnical University graphic design, visual arts and also began work studies as a ceramist. She emigrated to Canada in 2003, where she has been living and working as a [...]

Rubén Morales closing night…new works in the new year

By Allison Perse Bordello Galeria, Órganos 19, will be hosting the closing party of the first 2014 exhibition for Rubén Morales featuring the paintings of Morelian artist Rubén Morales. The reception will be held this Saturday March 29 from 6-8pm. Morales will be on hand to greet patrons. Art Closing Reception Rubén Morales…New Work, New [...]

Donna Parker shows at Galería Izamal

By Henry Vermillion Donna Parker is a Canadian from Alberta. She was a scholarship student in art at the University of Alberta, and studied classical figure drawing at the Ryder School in Santa Fe before moving to Mexico in 2010. After that, her work changed dramatically. The colors, the folk art and the Mexican people [...]

Nuevos comienzos (new beginnings)

By Elle sBobby Lee Krajnik uses a rich palette to create vibrant playful landscapes. The history and beauty of the Southwest landscape, and also the iconic and traditional folk art of Mexico, have influenced her work. Her current series “Missiones” is based on sanctuaries of the Southwest and Mexico. It is a work in progress, [...]

Ilene Ferber to join Zoho Gallery

By Bruce Janklow The Zoho Gallery, which has been showcasing the work of some of San Miguel’s finest artists for more than a decade, has invited ceramicist Ilene Ferber to become a member of the gallery as of April 1, 2014. Art Ilene Ferber to join Zoho Gallery Within the Art Walk at Fábrica La [...]

Swan Lake on Chapultepec Lake

By Oswaldo Mejía The Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes (National Institute of Fine Arts) and the Compañía Nacional de Danza (National Dance Company) will perform Swan Lake during its 38th season, to be held on the lower lake island of Chapultepec Park in Mexico City. There will 19 performances of the classic ballet by Pyotr [...]

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