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Archive for: July, 2016


Letters Editor, When I cross the street I always try to make eye contact with the drivers of oncoming cars. With alarming frequency, those drivers are talking on the phone or contemplating their navels (texting). And, even when they are not distracted by a phone, I am extra cautious crossing in front of cars with [...]

SPA August Pets of the Month

From the SPA By Lynn Weisberg and Joan DiPiero Pilar and Juliet, both around five months old, are absolutely adorable puppies! Pilar, a beautiful golden-colored mixed breed dog, probably part lab, is a playful sweetheart. Juliet, a tan, white, and black cutie, hasn’t met a person she didn’t like. On their first walk and exposure [...]

The Best Defense

The Computer Corner All you want to know about computers by Charles Miller The professionals I know in the real estate and property rental business are the most vulnerable people I know because, much more so than the rest of us, they are squarely in the crosshairs of uncounted numbers of cyber crooks. Permit me [...]

Ancient Sounds

Cultural Perspectives By Tim Hazell As representatives of art, the science of acoustics, structural engineering, and relationships with the human body, musical instruments are older than civilization itself. Musicologists speak of corporal origins and, in the words of André Schaeffner, define this as “musiques corporelles” (body music). Hand clapping to accompany singers or instrumental passages [...]

San Miguel: The City of Fallen Women (and Men)

By Nancy Johnston Hall I became one of the “fallen women” of San Miguel when I tripped into a small pit while crossing Insurgentes. The pain from my smashed knee lasted months, and it was sobering. Let’s face it; San Miguel is a city full of pitfalls—or pits to fall into, cobblestones to slip on, [...]

Travel News

By Judy Newell Mexico Travel News Tulum Hotel Project Canceled Grupo Posadas’ hotel project in Chemuyil, Quintana Roo, has been canceled as a result of a failure to meet the necessary environmental requirements, according to Mexican trade publication Despite six years of proceedings, the US$600 million plan to construct three different concept hotels has been [...]

Viola Dorantes, la Golondrina Aventurera

Viola Dorantes y Paquita la del barrio

Por Jesús Aguado La oriunda de Alto Lucero, Veracruz; Viola Dorantes representa las voces populares del México clásico; sus vestidos multicolores y brillantes le darán un arreglo espectacular a su voz que presentará con Mariachi Los Camperos en el kiosco del Jardín Principal. En una entrevista para Atención, Viola Dorantes dijo “yo nací artista” y [...]

Cumpleaños, música y carnaval en La Galería

Por Jade Arroyo La Galería es un punto de reunión social para los locales desde hace algunos años, en su apertura en el 2012. Los amantes de la música lo frecuentan, para escuchar a Johny Favourite o cantantes de jazz, shows de stand-up o divertirse en noches de karaoke. Este restaurante bar tiene un estilo [...]

Jesús Aguado, Periodista

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Conoce a La Biblioteca Por Jade Arroyo En esta seria iremos esbozando las personalidades que integran La Biblioteca, una persona a la vez. En esta ocasión entrevistamos a Jesús Aguado, periodista y colega del periódico Atención San Miguel. Atención es publicado por la Biblioteca y forma parte de una de sus ramas como empresa social. [...]


Flamenco Guitar and South American Harp Concert Mon, Aug 1 and Thu, Aug 4, 7:30pm Sala Quetzal 150 pesos No matter how many times you listen to this amazing artist, you will always find a new brio in Sergio Basurto’s flamenco guitar and a new nostalgia through the places he’s visited in Latin America. This [...]

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