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Archive for: March, 2015

Our April Pets of the Month Can’t Fool You — They’re Super Sweet!

By Lynn Weisberg and Joan DiPiero This month we are spotlighting dogs Reya and Navi, and cats Jacaranda and Keira. Reya arrived at the SPA in October, 2014 and is now eight months old. She is a small/medium-sized mixed breed dog, super friendly, happy and eager to walk, play, or curl up next to you. [...]


By Claudia Glenn Dowling Longtime San Miguel resident, poet Peggy Purcell, will read from her third book of poems, Wakenings (2015), at her home, Órganos 7A, on Monday, March 30, at 5pm. The public is invited. Dubbed the Grandma Moses of poetry, Purcell has come a long way from her roots: from a small farm [...]

Alejandra Sandoval Concert to Benefit Árbol de Vida

By Vivian Piña Waldorf Education Community Árbol de Vida is pleased to present Alejandra Sandoval, who placed first in the XXIV National Singing Competition Mexico as winning soprano, and third in the National Singing Competition Opera San Miguel. With pianist Alain Real and trumpeter Alexander Freund, we spoil you with a selection of best known [...]

Peace and Prosperity Projects for San Miguel

By Robin Loving Rowland The Mexico Peace Index measures the state of peace in Mexico over the past decade. Its creator, the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP), analyzes the economic benefits that would occur from increases in peace and provides an estimate relating to the economic impact violence has had on Mexico. The IEP [...]

Banned in China

By David Johanssen The documentary about air pollution that went viral in China and around the world went offline as of last Saturday. The independently produced documentary, Under the Dome, attracted hundreds of millions of views after being released. The video follows the personal investigation of Chai Jing, who confronts the issues of smog as [...]

Join Us on our Journey to Easter

By William O. Gregg The San Miguel community is invited to join a gathering for a simple meal of pozole, bread and beverage, seeing the film, “The Last Days of Jesus,” and after, a brief time for prayer followed by conversation. This is an especially poignant time to reflect together on the meaning of the [...]

The Human Shadow

By Jon Sievert The Rev. Wayne Walder continues his examination of Carl Jung’s concept of the Human Shadow at this Sunday’s Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Service. UU Service The Human Shadow By Rev. Wayne Walder Sun, Mar 29, 10:30am La Posada de la Aldea Ancha de San Antonio 15 In Jungian psychology, the shadow aspect describes [...]

Everything’s Coming up Roses and Radishes, Even Rhubarb

By Terri Peterson This year our San Miguel Garden Club’s fabulous free flower show, “Flores y Frutas Mixta,” will feature arrangements combining an unusual variety of vegetation grown in our personal gardens, along countryside roads, in orchards, forests, and the desert. We’re mixing things up with fantastic, fun, and phenomenal arrangement combinations incorporating veggies, fruits, [...]

The Image of Our Lord of the Conquest Will Be Restored

By Jesús Aguado The Christ made of corn stalk, the Lord of the Conquest, is eaten up by moths. City historian Graciela Cruz, who will head the project, has presented a new project for its restoration. During the presentation she advised that the work has already started. Dr. Pablo Amador will totally restore this representation [...]

Two Processions on Palm Sunday

By Jesús Aguado Two very singular processions take place on Palm Sunday through the streets of the historic center (March 29.) These religious events are a review the entrance of Jesus into Jerusalem, riding a white donkey, almost 2000 years ago. As God’s son, he could have chosen any other beast to ride. There, among [...]

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