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Archive for: August, 2016

Celebrate International Day of Peace

By Jean Paul Peretz Every year on September 21, the United Nations calls on the peoples of the world to remember their common humanity, join together to celebrate the International Day of Peace, and build a peaceful future for earth and all of its inhabitants This year’s theme is the UN Sustainable Development Goals: Building [...]

Occupy SMA

By Jim Carey In 68 days the US election will be over. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges and many progressives feel that “the TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement) is going to go through, whoever is elected… endless war is going to be continued…. We’re not going to get our privacy back, and the idea that, at [...]

It Takes Two to Tango

From the SPA By Joan DiPiero While some of our independent cats prefer going solo and would gladly retire their dancing slippers rather than being paired off with an actual cat partner, there are those few who want nothing more than to have their best friend by their side, whether it’s playing, snoozing, cuddling, or [...]

Un clap-clap por el cine

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Por Jade Arroyo Microteatro San Miguel de Allende celebró una soirée para celebrar el fina de su segunda temporada Por el cine, el domingo 21 de agosto. El staff de Microteatro, directores, actores y producción se dieron cita post a la última representación para conmemorar el número de representaciones, celebrar sus dos primeros meses en [...]

“First There Must Be Seeing”

By Jon Sievert The Reverend Jill McAllister explores the need for “seeing” in our examination of religion at this Sunday’s Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Service. UU Service: Rev. Jill McAllister “First There Must Be Seeing” By Jon Sievert Sun, Aug 28, 10:30am Posada de la Aldea, Ancha de San Antonio 15 So often, religion is mistakenly [...]

Laptop Batteries

The Computer Corner By Charles Miller There is more to be said on the subject of laptop batteries than I was able to squeeze into this column last week. I was recently asked, “Why did my laptop battery quit when the meter said I had an hour left?” The reason is something that chemists and [...]

Travel Extravaganza at the Casita Linda Spirit of Hope Fifth Annual Gala

By Louise Gilliam The Fifth Annual Casita Linda Spirit of Hope Gala, “An Evening in the French Park,” will be held on October 8 in Parque Juárez under a Parisian-style tent. This year promises to be the best of the best. The Fifth Annual Casita Linda Spirit of Hope Gala Sat, Oct 8, 6pm Parque [...]

US Debut for Opera San Miguel

By Shari Alexander This Sunday the tony American resort town of Southampton, NY, will be set to witness the exciting American debut of Opera San Miguel. OSM will present a unique operatic experience that will fascinate aficionados and beginners alike. In “Master Class LIVE!” international opera star Maureen O’Flynn will lead a quartet of singers [...]

Merry Calderoni, a Joyful Painting Woman

Personality of the month By Jade Arroyo Merry Calderoni is a woman who is hard to define, but why wouldn’t she be? She is an intrinsically creative person who has strived to develop imagination in her life through art, travel, sports, discovery, and love. If I had to use a word for her, it would [...]

Blue Hydrangeas, by Lois Read

Page Turners By Elizabeth M. Marshall Blue Hydrangeas is a beautifully evocative title for a beautiful book of poems that reflect the miraculousness of everyday things and the eternity of nature. Simple things, often things from a gentler time, a time gone by. Do not be lulled by the gentleness of this collection, as each [...]

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