Archive for: April, 2014

Perfect Day

By  Jade Arroyo On Saturdays, you can´t miss the organic market, which is located at the corner of Ancha de San Antonio and Rosewood and takes places from 9am a 2pm, offering the freshest products, which range from fruits and vegetables from local farmers to beauty and botanical health products, bread, cheese and prepared food. [...]

Let’s grab a bite and a drink: bars in SMA

By Jade Arroyo For a casual evening amusement with tasty drinks and munchies (not actually dinner) after work hours, we present a little guide of fun casual drink and eats places in town. Have a great weekend! La Azotea, Umaran 6 This bar is a little more “dressed up” being sleek and contemporary; it’s also [...]

Kitten timeshare?

By Joan DiPiero Typically the kittens who arrive at the SPA are a mysterious group. Showing up solo or with other siblings, they tell us nothing about their history. Did they have a good mom? What happened to her? Did she have a difficult time protecting them? Did they come from a home or from [...]

Tips for you that still want to work with Windows XP

By Charles Miller My aunt who lives in San Luis Potosí, a computer-literate octogenarian, asks the question I have heard several times lately. One of the estimated half billion PCs still running the persistently popular Windows XP belongs to her, and she asks me just how safe it is to continue using it now that [...]

Travel News

By Judy Newell Mexico Travel News Aeromexico’s new service San Francisco to León Aeromexico started new flights from San Francisco to Leon/Bajio on April 7. The schedules for the new flights are as follows: San Francisco–León/Bajío, AM 640, Thu & Sun, 10:17pm-4:05am; León/Bajío, AM 641, Mon & Fri, 6am–8:25am. The flights are served with Boeing [...]

Temas de seguridad no tienen censura en San Miguel

Por Antonio De Jesús Aguado Medios a nivel nacional han publicado que San Miguel de Allende es una ciudad que ha sido ya tomada por la delincuencia. Sin embargo, el alcalde Mauricio Trejo dijo que primero se debe definir “índices de seguridad” pues en San Miguel no hay secuestros, o casas de seguridad con narco [...]

Sí a Coppel, pero no en el Centro Histórico

Por Antonio De Jesús Aguado Martínez Miembros del grupo Protege San Miguel de Allende, han manifestado que no están en contra de la llegada de Coppel a San Miguel de Allende, sino de la ubicación. Denunciaron la poca apertura del gobierno y adelantaron que harán una reunión informativa. Ciudades en China, Austria y Francia han [...]

Nico Marcial

By Jade Arroyo Nico es un joven chef que se especializa en gastronomía portuguesa y francesa y quien guarda en un lugar muy especial las recetas familiares. Es un cocinero freelance en Nicolas Marcial Catering. Considera que no hay secretos para una buena cocina;  además de un buen ingrediente, la cosa es disfrutar, darle su [...]

Una noche en El Jardín Secreto

Por Jade Arroyo Amantes del arte tuvieron la oportunidad de sumergirse en un mundo de fantasía, magia y belleza de la mano de la artista Janelle Pietzak y su serie de fotografías “The Secret Garden” (El Jardín Secreto). Cada foto de esta exposición fue tomada en un escenario distinto del mundo, lugares increíbles como las [...]

Cuba: An earthly paradise

By Eduardo Mora As I am writing this article, I do so with the utmost respect for the Cubans and the readers. I will try not to fall into cliché and ridiculous generalizations and will also try to be honest. I should clarify that, more than a well-documented and impartial article, this is an essay [...]

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