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Archive for: December, 2014

Unforgettable concert

By Sandra Ríos An unforgettable concert took place on Thursday, December 11, at Teatro Santa Ana. With a nearly full house, Paul Voudouris (voice and piano), Pedro Cartas (violin), Ruben Olvera (bass), and Julian Mendieta (percussion) presented a selection of music from the ‘80s. For more than an hour, the audience was entertained by Voudouris’s [...]

Jóvenes Adelante Offers Career Workshops

By Rosa Elena Hernández Mancilla Since it was founded in 2001, Jóvenes Adelante has helped more than 200 students to obtain a university education. More than 100 have graduated and are now either working in their chosen fields (including engineering, law, education, accounting, computer science) or continuing their studies. Currently, 79 Jóvenes scholarship students are [...]

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Our Dogs and Cats Need You!

By Lynn Weisberg Casey, Sierra, and Summer were rescued by a youngster who saw these adorable eight-week-old puppies being thrown off a truck. She brought them to a friend who called the SPA to see if we had room. Luckily, we did. These are lovely, sweet, playful, beautiful puppies whose lives changed for the better [...]

The Biggest, the Fastest

By Charles Miller Pareidolia is a psychological phenomenon involving a vague stimulus being perceived as significant. The word comes from the Greek, and means something faulty or wrong. Pareidolia is a type of apophenia—seeing patterns in random data. Like it or not, the hard disk in your computer has a bad case of these syndromes. [...]

Christmas in Chaucer’s Kitchen

By Tim Hazzel His breed, his ale, was alweys after oon; A bettre envyned man was nowher noon. Withoute bake mete was nevere his hous Of fissh and flessh, and that so plentevous, It snewed in his hous of mete and drynke, Of alle deyntees that men koude thynke. —Geoffrey Chaucer, Canterbury Tales Geoffrey Chaucer’s [...]

Travel News

Mexico Travel News Grazing in Mexico City Mexico City’s new Mercado Roma, a three-level space on a previously forlorn block in the rapidly gentrifying Roma neighborhood, has become the city’s latest culinary hub. The market is a labyrinth of stalls where you can graze on pork belly canapés and duck sashimi alongside stylish locals. Stop [...]

Posadas y nacimiento, tradición en San Miguel

Por Jesús Aguado En esta época es común asistir a las tradicionales posadas. Pero, ¿qué son las posadas? No son otra cosa más que representaciones, casi teatrales, que fueron traídas a la Nueva España por los frailes como una estrategia para evangelizar a los nativos, pues eran procesiones que recreaban el peregrinar de José y [...]

Se celebra feria de la Fundación de Apoyo Infantil, FAI

Por Jesús Aguado La Fundación de Apoyo Infantil (FAI) realizó la Segunda Feria de Educación Ambiental, en la que más de 400 niños se reunieron para compartir sus experiencias sobre el cuidado de la naturaleza. En el evento también se llevó a cabo un concurso de juguetes reciclados. En la feria que se presentó en [...]

Claves para descifrar el nacimiento

Por Jesús Aguado Días previos al 24, en algún espacio de los hogares católicos, se comienza a preparar el lugar en el que se colocará el belén. Algunas familias hacen portales con techos de madera y paja, montañas y grutas con papel, ríos y otros escenarios a escala. Heno, musgo y aserrín cubren la base [...]

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