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Archive for: March, 2014

Danza viral

By Nicolas Fallon If you had no watch and found yourself in the “zero hour,” you wouldn´t know exactly if it was dawn or nightfall… Dance Danza Viral presents: Zero Hour Mon, Apr 7, 7pm Teatro Ángela Peralta Danza Viral presents the premiere of their new work Zero Hour, April 7, at the Teatro Ángela [...]

Occupy San Miguel documentary presentation

By Jim Carey Occupy San Miguel presents A Fierce Green Fire: The Battle for a Living Planet. It is the first big-picture exploration of the environmental movement—grassroots and global activism spanning 50 years from conservation to climate change. The film discusses the early environmentalists and the development and protection of millions of acres of pristine [...]

Jacqueline Roque: Picasso’s final love and last muse

By Béa Aaronson Of all the major women in Picasso’s life, Jacqueline Roque is the last one. Her story still remains obscure. She was his last love, more dismissed and hated than any of Picasso’s other conquests. Lecture “Jacqueline Roque: Picasso’s final love and last muse” Wed, Apr 2, 4:30 and 6:30pm La Ostra Roja [...]

Tony Cohan returns to San Miguel with novelist Peter Nichols

By Carole Schor Like Brad and George or Huck and Tom, the bond between Tony Cohan and Peter Nichols is a friendship that feeds on mutual respect and admiration. To sit with them is a unique experience, one finishing the sentences of the other, complimenting one another’s work, with a frequent reference to some literary [...]

All Summer kids take the stage

By Margot Sunev Theater All Summer in a Day By Ray Bradbury Sun, Mar 30, 5pm El Sindicato Recreo 4 50 pesos   Patty Arrieta, Danza Arrieta Dance, and Carrie Haugh, Teatro los Escuincles, have adapted All Summer in a Day, a poignant short story by Ray Bradbury. Together they have led a nine-week performance [...]

Social Security

By Clara Dunhan Social Security was written by one of Hollywood’s top comedy screenwriters, Andrew Bergman. He wrote the original screenplay that served as the basis for Mel Brooks’ classic Blazing Saddles and was among the co-writers who adapted it into its final state. He also wrote or co-wrote the cult classics The In-Laws, Fletch, [...]

Sex, Lies & Alibis — hottest ticket in town

By Michael Hager Theater Sex, Lies & Alibis Ten Minute Play Festival Fri, Mar 28, 7pm Sat, Mar, 29, 5pm Special Sunday Matinee of “Best of the Rest” from San Miguel Writers Sun, Mar 30, 5pm Teatro Santa Ana La Biblioteca Reloj 50A 150 pesos For more details: Not unlike last year’s Ten-Minute Play [...]


By Dr. Sergio Lopez Salamanca Cholesterol is a substance belonging to the group of lipids (fats) that has the distinction of being poorly soluble in water and very soluble in fats. It is produced mainly in the liver and also derives from the foods we eat, being absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract. It should not [...]

Natural treatments for allergies

By Kristina Rogers Spring’s beauty is blooming all around and yet for many people it also brings allergies…especially as the jacarandas begin to flower. Lecture “Natural Treatments for Allergy Season” By Kristina Rogers L.Ac. Wed, Apr 2, 4pm Moonrise Health Órganos 29 154-4076 50 pesos admission redeemable against store purchase Allergies occur when the immune [...]

Rubén Morales painting demo

By Barbara Edell Poole Bordello Galeria and Casa de la Noche B&B are proud to feature a demonstration by our favorite artist, Rubén Morales. For the first time ever, Morales will demonstrate his techniques and discuss his folk art. This three-hour demo will be presented in the Workshop Studio of Casa de la Noche, Órganos [...]

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