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Archive for: March, 2015

Gypsy Guitar

By Sandra Ríos On Tuesday, March 17, guitarist Javier Estrada gave a concert in the intimate and acoustically excellent Sala Quetzal of the public library. He delighted people with his guitar, narrating with musical notes the poetry and passion of the life of the gypsies. The concert began with Estrada’s short i*/ntroductory talk to explain [...]

Sterilizing Your Pet Is Very Important, Part 3

By Ana Roxanda Godoy Sterilization overwhelmingly benefits your pet, you, and the community. Sterilization of SPA pets is required and included in the cost of adoption. We also sterilize pets independent of adoption, as do other organizations and veterinarians in town. Here are common questions with answers: Q: How old should my pet be to [...]


The Computer Corner By Charles Miller In an earlier column I recommended an app named “Vtrace” and suggested that iPad and iPhone users should have this free app installed on their device. I was extremely discouraged when one of my much-appreciated proofreaders emailed me saying: “Fascinating, Charles. I have an iPad but I can see [...]

Old Québec

Mon pays ce n’est pas un pays, c’est l’hiver – Gilles Vigneault Tenth-century Viking navigator Leif Eriksson set out from Greenland on a westerly course and reached Baffin Island, which he named Helluland (Land of Stone). From there his dragon ship and crew sailed on to the timbered shores of Labrador, christened Markland (Land of [...]

Travel News

Mexico Travel News Secrets newest adults-only resort Opening November 1, 2015, Secrets Akumal Riviera Maya offers Unlimited Luxury at an exclusive introductory price starting at US$179 per person per night. The all-inclusive property features gourmet dining and top-shelf spirits, 24-hour room service, daily refreshed mini-bar, daytime activities and live nightly entertainment, pool and beach wait [...]

Mauricio Trejo pide licencia en medio de la controversia

Por la redacción El alcalde de San Miguel de Allende, Mauricio Trejo Pureco, ha solicitado licencia para ausentarse de su cargo. Las razones y la duración de su ausencia no han sido aclaradas aún de manera oficial. Su salida, además, no ha sido tranquila pues la semana pasada se dio a conocer en medios nacionales [...]

El caso de los 43 casi muerto

Por Jesús Aguado A seis meses de que 43 estudiantes de Ayotzinapa fueran detenidos y desaparecidos en Iguala, Guerrero; el caso está casi en el olvido de las autoridades; pero no de la ciudadanía que aún organiza protestas y además hay nueva procuradora general de la república (PGR). El 26 de septiembre de 2014, según [...]

Don Pedro, sanmiguelense por convicción

Por Sandra Ríos Don Pedro es un personaje muy conocido en San Miguel por su ferretería, pero también es un gran padre de familia, y un ciudadano comprometido con la comunidad. Sandra Ríos: ¿De dónde es usted y sus padres? Don Pedro: Yo soy de Chilangotitlán (Ciudad de México), mi papá era alemán y mi [...]

Cruz Roja To Have Another Emergency Service Center

By Atención San Miguel staff, photos by Estudio San Carlos and Comunicación Social On Saturday, March 14, the Red Cross of San Miguel launched its annual collection campaign in Casa de Europa. During the event the Interim Mayor José Luis Chagoyán announced that the municipality will donate a plot of land to the Red Cross. [...]

Bazaar of Art and Alternative Design returns

By Jade Arroyo Empower young talents and Mexican fashion at the next edition of the Bazaar of Alternative Design, which returns to town on March 21 and 22. Let this weekend become an opportunity to see the newest proposals and trends in fashion, jewelry, toys, shoe wear, textile art, lamps, furniture, bags, and more. We [...]

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