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Archive for: January, 2015

Volunteer San Miguel will present the Annual Volunteer Fair at La Biblioteca

By Biblioteca Staff Currently San Miguel has over 100 registered non-profit organizations working in areas such as education, the environment, protection of animals, arts & culture, disability services, and healthcare. These non-profit organizations, which change countless lives and create jobs for the local economy, benefit from and depend on many thousands of hours of volunteer [...]

Be My Valentine: Our February 2015 Pets of the Month

By Lynn Weisberg and Joan DiPiero Love is in the air this month, and it’s no different at the SPA. We have some doggy couples that are totally devoted to each other and that don’t like to be separated for even a few minutes! Macy and Batman are one such couple. Macy, about 2-1/2 years [...]

All That Glitters

By Tim Hazell Salt, flint, quetzal feathers, coca, steel axe heads, beads, pelts, ammunition, hoes, tobacco, saffron, whisky, cocoa beans, slaves, nails, wampum, amber, beads, cowries, eggs, silk, ivory, jade, obsidian, cotton, rice, corn, oxen, wool, rifles, horses, bullion, rock crystal, turquoise, ultramarine pigment. The above list includes commodities and elite items that have been [...]

Travel News

Travel News By Judy Newell   Mexico Travel News Aeromexico’s fifth daily flight Houston/Mexico City Aeromexico’s new flight on the route Houston/Mexico City started last December 19, totaling its direct flights to five daily between these major destinations. The flight is operated with 99-seat Embraer 190 aircraft allowing customers to go and return the same [...]

Never, ever, click on links in emails!

The computer corner By Charles Miller The other day I received an urgent email from my Mexican bank warning me that my account had been frozen in order to prevent any fraudulent activity taking place. The email looked entirely genuine and would have fooled even me except that I am always suspicious of any email [...]

Life In Three Acts, Part 2

Live Like You Can By Janis McDonald The message is everywhere! Don’t give up because now is the time to go for it. I just finished reading AARP’s article on Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the basketball legend, social activist, and writer. His new documentary will reveal what life after basketball has taught him. Kareem, at 67, talks [...]

What We All Need in SMA

By Pepe Valencia A few days ago, walking in the Centro, a very old woman tripped and fell down and hit her face with all the weight of her body against the cobblestones, so I stopped to help her. She was semi-conscious and bleeding profusely from her nose. I called the Red Cross and they [...]

En la feria de la Candelaria, las flores son las luminarias

Por Jesús Aguado La Feria de la Candelaria coincide con el fin e inicio del calendario solar de la cultura mesoamericana, en el que se tiene que bendecir la semilla que dará vida nueva a plantas y flores. Anualmente, los corredores del Parque Benito Juárez se cubren de flores que llenan el aire con su [...]

Estado que guarda la seguridad en San Miguel

Por Atención staff Los índices delictivos de alto impacto se redujeron en la ciudad en 2014, dijo el alcalde Mauricio Trejo durante un desayuno informativo con algunos miembros de la sociedad civil. También informó que nuevos policías vigilan las calles de la ciudad y sobre otros proyectos para este año. Al desayuno informativo acudieron miembros [...]

La UNAM en San Miguel, proyecto que no se concreta

Por Jesús Aguado La extensión de la UNAM tiene poco espacio para sus actividades y mucho menos ahora que las oficinas de Casa de la Cultura se mudaron al edificio de Mesones 71, inmueble que comparten. El ayuntamiento donó más de cuatro hectáreas a la UNAM, sin embargo la institución no tiene certeza jurídica sobre [...]

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