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Archive for: December, 2015

Ring in the New Year with SPA Pets!

From the SPA By Megan Gabel We hope 2016 will be a great year for you and also for our SPA cats and dogs—they are ready to become family members! Two of our sweetest girls are Chikis and Nube—both have been waiting for forever homes for a long time. About six years old, Chikis is [...]

A Speaker Problem

The Computer Corner By Charles Miller It’s sooooo slooooow! That is what my friend Jim was telling me about his laptop. This is a complaint I seem to hear almost daily, and as I sit down here at my word processor, I realize I probably have enough material to write several columns on this topic. [...]

Coconuts for Mean Molly

Cultural Perspectives By Tim Hazell “Coconut trees can do everything … now I’ve had coconut oil in my car engine for four months.” −Kitti Manneesrikul, school teacher and coconut farmer Sailing fleets vied for control of the incense and spice trade during the era of transoceanic voyages. Goods from the Far East reached northern shores [...]

Travel News

By Judy Newell Mexico Travel News Tijuana Airport’s New Terminal in the US The new Cross Border Xpress (CBX) terminal in San Diego highlights the complexity of the Tijuana-San Diego border, where millions of people crossing both ways each year make it one of the busiest in the world. It provides a bridge to the [...]

2015, en las páginas de la historia

Por Jesús Aguado Un año más se ha ido y Atención cumplió 40 años escribiendo desde los más mundano hasta lo más importante que ha ocurrido en San Miguel. Éste, es un resumen de los últimos 12 meses, con temas que seguramente darán un giro en 2016 pues, en las páginas de la historia quedan [...]

El nuevo diseño mexicano

Por Jade Arroyo El pasado fin de semana se llevó a cabo la 12 edición del Bazar de Diseño Alternativo. Esta organización itinerante que pugna por ser una plataforma para los jóvenes diseñadores de México, se llevó a cabo dentro de las instalaciones del hotel Rosewood. El evento presentó a 40 diseñadores independientes de moda, [...]

Galería Atotonilco Presents Internationally Acclaimed Artist Gustavo Pérez

By Susan Page Gustavo Pérez is an internationally celebrated and admired Mexican ceramic artist. He has been honored in prestigious international venues as the guest lecturer for the Hermes Foundation lecture series in Paris; at the International Ceramics Biannale in Andenne, Belgium; and at the National Conference on Education in the Ceramic Arts in Rhode [...]

Buddhism; Part 6, The Path to Nirvana

By Frank Simons The cessation of suffering is called nirvana, the “blowing out” of desire. Video Presentation Buddhism; Part 6, The Path to Nirvana Thu, Jan 6, 5:30pm Meditation Center Callejón Blanco 4 Free, donations accepted 044 415 111 0644 The second Noble Truth is the origin of suffering. Ignorance leads to desire. Desire leads to [...]

Mark Rothko: The Power of Color

By Bea Aaronson How do I speak of Mark Rothko when all he craved was silence—The accuracy of silence where one’s soul can breathe, feel, and understand? How do I write about Mark Rothko when words seem so empty of meaning? How do I tackle depth and surface in their physical and spiritual lives, ecstasy [...]

A Selection of Comic Books to Better Understand the Arab World

By Marie Moébius Since the 1990s, many comic books have been published and are likely to be displayed in the non-fiction section of bookstores and libraries. There are biographies, travelogs, chronicles, and documentaries, told in this very specific language of comic books. Drawings in sequence with the alternation of texts in balloons (giving direct voice [...]

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