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Archive for: June, 2015

July Pets of the Month Are Sparklers!

By Lynn Weisberg and Joan DiPiero A visitor who thought Susana was probably somebody’s cat discovered her. After canvassing the neighborhood for weeks to no avail, she brought the cat to us. A beautiful orange and white young female with lovely gray-green eyes, probably under two years old, she is our very best lap cat, [...]

Next Tuesday is going to be a longer day than the days before

The Computer Corner By Charles Mille When you wake up next Wednesday morning, July 1, if you discover some electronic device or another is not working, here is a possible explanation. Next Tuesday is going to be a longer day than the days before — exactly one second longer. Time kept by atomic clocks is [...]

Hearts of Darkness

Cultural Perspectives By Tim Hazell Enchanter and temptress, a femme fatale uses charm or coercion to conceal her darkest secrets. Frequently a prisoner of circumstance from which there is no sure escape, she takes maximum advantage of her wiles. Highly intelligent and independent, the “fatal woman” lures men into extreme situations where they are pushed [...]

Travel News

By Judy Newell Mexico Travel News Ancient Mayan ruin certified at hotel The National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) has certified the Mayan ruin Xaac at Grand Sirenis Riviera Maya Resort. Though much smaller than the structures found in the Tulum ruins, the Xaac temple is the only other pre-Hispanic structure in the area. [...]

Planets Merge in Our Night Sky, Tuesday Evening, June 30

Celestial Lights By Phyllis Burton Pitluga Have you noticed two bright “stars” getting closer in the evening sky recently? The brighter one is our neighbor planet, Venus, and the other is Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system. As they draw closer together over the next few nights, they look as though they are [...]

Vistas de San Miguel

“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. In this bimonthly panel you will see places and people you may recognize, seen [...]

Matrimonio en Guanajuato, por amor y no por género

Por Jesús Aguado y Tania Noriz La Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nación (SCJN) declaró inconstitucional el Código Civil de los estados en donde no se aprueba el matrimonio de las parejas del mismo sexo, incluido en ellos el Estado de Guanajuato. Así, la SCJN consideró que “vincular los requisitos del matrimonio con las [...]

Los Picachos y la presa Allende podrían ser Área Natural Protegida

Pescadores en la presa Allende

Por Jesús Aguado Venados cola blanca, mapaches, linces e incluso pumas podrían estar protegidos por el estado si se logra la declaratoria de los Picachos y la Presa Allende como Área Natural Protegida. Ante un grupo de empresarios en San Miguel, el Instituto de Ecología del Estado presentó los resultados del estudio que se realizó [...]

Puebla, ciudad invitada a Congreso de Patrimonio

Por Jesús Aguado Emoción, entusiasmo y propuestas estarán presentes en la celebración del tercer Congreso Nacional de Patrimonio Mundial en San Miguel de Allende. Este año Puebla, será la ciudad invitada. Para celebrar el séptimo año desde que San Miguel de Allende y el Santuario de Atotonilco fueron declarados como Patrimonio de la Humanidad; Guadalupe [...]

Tercera edición de Muros en Blanco

Por Sandra Ríos Muros en Blanco, el proyecto de arte urbano que congrega a los mejores graffiteros, se llevó a cabo del 18 al 21 de junio en la Colonia Guadalupe. Hace dos años Colleen Sorenson gestionó la legalización del graffiti en San Miguel, designando a la Colonia Guadalupe como Distrito de Arte Guadalupe, creándose [...]

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