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Archive for: June, 2016

Hell and Humanism

Cultural Perspectives The Tlamatinime (The Men with Words) were philosopher poets in the Calmecacs or Aztec schools. They posed the question, “Is there any truth in man?” This is fundamental to Aztec humanism, a theme that reoccurs throughout Nahuatl literature, translated into Spanish following the conquest in 1521. Does Man Possess Any Truth? Does man [...]

Travel News

Travel News By Judy Newell Mexico Travel News Celebrate the Wine Harvest in Guanajuato August is wine harvest time in the state of Guanajuato and the season to celebrate the region’s award-winning wines and rich bounty, with five festivals that will delight everyone from recreational wine connoisseurs to the stodgiest oenophile. The state’s wines are [...]

Luxor: Egypt’s Second Star

Wherever We May Roam By Leslie Patrick Moore Egypt conjures exotic images of ancient pharaohs, mysterious pyramids, and dunes of sand punctuated by the palm-strewn Nile River. Visitors flock to the nation’s capital each year to see the Pyramids of Giza, the elusive Sphinx, and the dusty artifacts at the world-famous Egyptian Museum. But Luxor, [...]

Vistas San Miguel

This is a bimonthly 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. You can view the whole series and purchase prints on her website, and find information on [...]

Lanzamiento de Yo Soy Joven

IMAJSMA Conferencista Carlos Zepeda

Por Jade Arroyo El Instituto Municipal de Atención a la Juventud de San Miguel de Allende (IMAJSMA), presentó programa “Yo Soy Joven”, que busca capacitar a jóvenes de la comunidad en primeros auxilios y otros beneficios en apoyo a su entorno social. “Fomentamos el trabajo en equipo y para el desarrollo personal y profesional de [...]

La pura sabrosura de SMA

Hector, Emily y Maye

Por Jade Arroyo Más de 40 restaurantes y productores de pan, queso, vino, cerveza, mezcal, carnes y productos orgánicos locales y de la región se reunieron del 17 al 19 de junio en el encantador Parque Juárez para darle vida por cuarto consecutivo al festival Sabores de San Miguel. De formato tipo feria, este festival [...]

Un viaje al corazón

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Por Jade Arroyo, fotos cortesía Zonagráfica La presentación de la campaña de promoción turística Un Viaje al Corazón se presentó oficialmente el pasado 15 de junio. Jugando con la referencia de SMA como el corazón de México por su ubicación central, esta campaña se trata de una pequeña serie de videos promocionales producidos y actuados [...]

Tributo a Queen

Por Kimberly Medina Como ya es tradición en San Miguel de Allende, se acerca la función de alumnos de Danza Viral Colectivo Escénico, la compañía de danza contemporánea residente en la ciudad. Los próximos 30 de junio y 1 de julio podremos ver a los alumnos de Ballet, Hip hop, Contempojazz, Técnica Contemporánea, iniciación a [...]

Francisco Esnayra

By Adriana Cantoral The human face is the quintessential emotional language due to its richness in expressions. The face sums up the vegetative, sensitive, and rational functions of the body. Coupled with this, its demeanor is being’s most intimate site, and, paradoxically, is also its most exteriorized. Wine and Art Unveiling Francisco Esnayra’s sculpture Fri, [...]

Folk Art Open House Sure to Dazzle

By Susan Page If you love Mexico, you will not want to miss Galería Atotonilco’s Open House on June 25 and 26, noon to 5pm both days, where you will see, “without doubt, the finest exhibition and sale of Mexican folk art in the entire country,” according to the editor of Artes de Mexico, Alberto Ruy [...]

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