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Archive for: September, 2014

Vistas de San Miguel

By Susan Dorf Vistas de San Miguel is a graphic reportage of scenes and events in San Miguel de Allende by Susan Dorf, a local San Miguel artist who has an eye for noticing and capturing the unusual moments and details in everyday scenes. They are drawn directly from life with ink pen and painted [...]

Photographic Tertullian XVI: Deborah Turbeville

By Flor Acosta “A woman must have a room of her own if she is to write fiction.” Virginia Wolf In how many rooms is Deborah Turbeville’s eye still living? Someplace in New York, Versailles, Saint Petersburg, Guatemala, or perhaps San Miguel de Allende? Photographic Tertulia XVI/ Tertulia Fotográfica XVI Tue, Sep 30, 6pm Centro [...]

Just Doing It

By Frank Simons The Meditation Center presents the Tricycle Retreat Series Brad Warner: How to Begin a Daily Practice, part 4, Just Doing It. Great meditation teachers say that the most essential part of practice is to do it every single day. Most of us find that to be very difficult. There’s no secret: you [...]

Pablo’s Pets: Picasso’s Life and Work Through the Eyes of His Animals

By Stephen Eaker Picasso’s life was blessed with the presence of many animals. Birds, bulls, horses, mice, cats, dogs, monkeys, toads, goats, and even snails found their place in the life and work of the Spanish genius. Picasso had five obsessive passions, in the following order: his art, his ego, his image, his women, and [...]

Orquesta Sinfónica del Bajío

Por Jaime Jesús Lara Moreno Destreza rítmica, armonías multiplicadas en notas impregnadas de lo inesperado; un viaje por todos los sentidos, un encuentro entre lo sublime y soberbio de la música. Un Arpa y dos manos convertidas en un solo espíritu, Ángel Tolosa nació en Caracas – Venezuela. Compositor e intérprete del Arpa Venezolana, Licenciado [...]

The Improv People with Musical Guest Almitri Tzigane

By Joseph Bennett San Miguel’s own comedy improv troupe, The Improv People, is thrilled to present another performance at Teatro Santa Ana at the end of this month. This special performance marks the first time that the troupe will perform with musical guest Almitri Tzigane and include fully improvised musical numbers as well. Theater Comedy [...]

Gossip Is the New Black at Playreaders

By Michael Gottlieb Ssshh! Have you heard? JG (Other Desert Cities, The Other Place, et al) and MJG (Opus, Red, et al) rock the house at Playreaders this week as Mr. & Mrs. Fitch, a wicked little comedy by the riotous Douglas Carter Beane is presented. Theater Mr. & Mrs. Fitch By Douglas Carter Beane [...]

Lions Trip to Zacatecas

By Janice Page The San Miguel de Allende Lions Club hosts another wonderful three-day trip to Zacatecas, stopping in Aguascalientes on the return. Lions Club Trip to Zacatecas Wed, Oct 22-Fri, Oct 24 1,700 pesos/2,400 pesos Zacatecas has been said to be one of the most interesting cities in all of colonial Mexico. Founded in [...]

An Incredible Eco-Tourism Trip to Tolantongo

By Jock Ferguson This autumn, the Center for Global Justice will revisit the wonderful Grutas de Tolantongo ecological resort from Tuesday, September 30, until Friday, October 3.   Trip to Tolantongo Tue, Sep 30-Fri, Oct 3 Center for Global Justice Calzada de la Luz 42 150-0025 3,500 pesos This ejido cooperative is one of the [...]

Meditation Event with Reading of a Dharma Talk

By Frank Simons On Saturday, September 27, 8am to 1pm, the Meditation Center will hold a half-day sit. There will be five periods of sitting meditation of 30-40 minutes, some walking meditation, and at about 11:45am, a dharma talk will be read. This talk was given by Chris King in February, for the beginning of [...]

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