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Archive for: September, 2016

Making Judges Root for You Is Key to Good Audition

By Stephanie Medlock The Third Annual San Miguel International Storytelling Festival Competition is set for October 13 and 14, and auditions for the festival are coming up on October 7 and 8. For anyone who wants to audition but is feeling a temporary loss of nerve, we have six suggestions to get over that stage [...]

Harmonía Vocal Ensemble Presents Songs of Love and Life

By Michele Ostrove, photo Tony Baruch When professional choral director Elizabeth Kimble decided to create a women’s vocal ensemble in San Miguel de Allende, she purposely set the bar high. Vocal talent was just the minimal threshold. Prospective vocalists had to audition, commit to a demanding rehearsal schedule, and know how to read music. What [...]

The Realistic Joneses

Theater The Realistic Joneses By Will Eno Wed and Thu, Oct 5 and 6, 7:30pm St. Paul’s Church, Cardo 6 20 pesos donation Tickets will be sold at the door at 6:45pm By Kate Rowland The Realistic Joneses by Will Eno is a play that is funny and moving, wonderful and weird. It is humane, [...]

Meet Your Local Doctors

By Melanie Lansing Peace of Mind in San Miguel and H+ Hospital San Miguel have joined forces to offer a series of monthly medical lectures at the Biblioteca. Local board-certified medical specialists will offer key information on how to treat and prevent chronic illness, accidents, and common ailments. The purpose of the Medical Lecture Series [...]

Opening of Mercado Sano

By Amy Cotler On October 1 at 9am the largest organic market/store in San Miguel de Allende, Mercado Sano, officially opens its doors at the old Don Pedro hardware store on the Ancha de San Antonio. The store provides a one-stop shop, with a dizzying array of local, natural, and artisanal foods, and groceries to [...]

Mineral de Pozos

By Eugenia Huerta Mineral de Pozos, a former mining town in the Mexican state of Guanajuato, is located 40 minutes from San Miguel Allende. Its origins date to 16th century cinnabar and silver mining operations. During the colonial period and after Independence, Mineral de Pozos experienced many vicissitudes, from boom periods to long periods of [...]

By Robin Loving Rotary’s club partner for young adults aged 18–30, Rotaract San Miguel de Allende, is actively working to make our community better through projects that assist children, elderly, ill, and indigenous. Come to Rotary Tuesday, October 4, at 12:30pm to hear how President Soledad Sanchez and member José Deanda are affecting positive change [...]

High Holidays in Paradise

By Carole Stone As the sun sets on October 2, Jews everywhere will celebrate the beginning of the year 5777, according to the Hebrew calendar. Traditionally Rosh Hashanah marks the birthday of the creation of the first man and woman—or at the very least the beginning of humankind’s consciousness of God as the Creator. The [...]

The Rise of a Dictator

By John A century before Donald Trump became this year’s candidate, another ‘strongman’, Benito Mussolini, burst onto the Italian political scene, also confounding the country’s political establishment with his unorthodox doctrine and outsized personality. Fascism in Italy promised people deliverance from politics, not just different but anti-establishment. Like Trump, Mussolini railed against intruders and dark [...]

Mexico in the US Elections: Building Bridges, Not Walls

By Jon Sievert Noted political analyst and media commentator Laura Carlsen discusses the consequences and long-lasting results of the US elections on Mexico at this week’s Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Service. UU Service “Mexico in the US Elections: Building Bridges, Not Walls” By Laura Carlsen Sun, Oct 2, 10:30am La Posada de Aldea, Ancha de San [...]

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