Archive for: May, 2016

Se buscan jóvenes que causen entusiasmo

Karina Rioyos, Ricardo Trujillo y Tito Quiroz

Por Jesús Aguado El Premio Municipal de la Juventud 2016, entregará a los ganadores 5 mil pesos además del reconocimiento que puede abrir una puerta que lleve a los ganadores “hasta donde la imaginación alcance”. El titular del Instituto Municipal para la Juventud de San Miguel de Allende (Ricardo Trujillo) presentó la convocatoria para el [...]

31 de mayo, Día Mundial Sin Tabaco

Por Atención San Miguel Las sustancias contenidas en el cigarro son cancerígenas y entre las afecciones están: cáncer en la sangre, en pulmón, hígado, piel, vejiga, colon, leucemia, riñón, próstata, tejidos respiratorios, boca, encías, papilas gustativas, etc. Al fumar se produce una adicción a la nicotina; sustancia psicoactiva. Un cigarro contiene 2 miligramos de ella, [...]

El festival gastronómico Sabores San Miguel celebrará su 4ª edición

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Angela Lewis Serrano Ya estamos casi listos para la 4ª edición de Sabores San Miguel que se llevará a cabo una vez más en el Parque Juárez del 17 al 19 de junio, 2016. La entrada al festival es libre y todos los platillos y bebidas se venderán a 30 pesos máximo. Sabores San Miguel [...]

Bewitched by Movies

by Daniel Romero “Bewitched” is probably the first medium­footage film that has been done in San Miguel in over 70 years. Certainly, in this town where artistic activity flows with the force of a volcano, there have been other film productions, including many documentaries, but not a medium-footage fiction film. However, even here, where artists [...]

Hechizados por el cine

Por Daniel Romero Probablemente Hechizado, es la primera película de medio metraje que se ha hecho en San Miguel en más de 70 años. Es seguro que en este pueblo donde la actividad artística fluye con la fuerza de un volcán, ha habido otras producciones y seguramente se han hecho muchos documentales, pero no un [...]

Travel News

By Judy Newell Mexico Travel News Playa Escondida to Close Temporarily CONANP (Comisión Nacional de Aréas Naturales Protegidas) has ordered Playa Escondida to be temporarily off-limits to visitors for environmental restoration and maintenance. This temporary restriction will last at least two months and will provide vital conservation improvements to the conditions of the Islas Marietas, [...]

Wherever We May Roam: Piss Alley, Tokyo

Wherever We May Roam By Steven Moore Tokyo was everything I expected: a thriving, super modern mega-city, with spectacular skyscrapers, fabulous restaurants, and beautiful architecture both new and old. But that’s just one of Tokyo’s many identities. In a city with over 13 million inhabitants, there had to be another side that tourists rarely see. [...]

June, 2016 Pets of the Month

From the SPA By Lynn Weisberg and Joan DiPiero Miny and Sonny, both large, mixed breed dogs, have been at the SPA since January 2014. Miny is a gorgeous female who arrived with three siblings (Eeny, Meeny, and Moe, now adopted). At first blush, she looks fierce, but has kind eyes and a timid personality. [...]

Reason in the Kitchen

Cultural Perspectives By Tim Hazell Cooking is chemistry, culture, honesty, experimentation, learning, personal growth, and a global journey! Through the lens of food science we are provided with compelling glimpses of alluring dishes from around the world. The results are a combination of fascinating traditions and some of the most exciting culinary trends, with a [...]

Could Your Ordinary Heartburn be a More Serious Problem?

Personal Health By Nancy Johnston Hall You’ve probably had heartburn. It’s that bothersome, unpleasant feeling we all get from time to time after a good meal. Heartburn usually feels like a burning in the chest or throat. Sometimes you can taste stomach fluid in the back of your mouth. If this happens only occasionally, it’s [...]

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