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Archive for: October, 2016

Desfile de Catrinas


Por Jesús Aguado Los desfiles de Catrinas se han popularizado; este año habrá tres y un programa extenso para celebrar a los muertos. La Original Catrina Pareciera que el emblemático y elegante personaje ha estado en la ciudad por siempre, sin embargo todo comenzó hace 17 años cuando Peggy Taylor decidió salir disfrazada a la [...]

Fonart’s First Prize Weaver, Jacobo Mendoza, Exhibit and Sale

ED First prize 2016

Fonart’s First Prize Weaver, Jacobo Mendoza, Exhibit and Sale Day of the Dead Altars and Folk Art Carver Blanca Gomez Friday, Oct. 28, Saturday, Oct.29 and Sunday, Oct. 30th 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM Casa de la Cuesta Gallery/ Another Face of México Mask Museum Day of the Dead Altar and Traditions Talk at 2:30 [...]

Jugando con la muerte


Por Jesús Aguado Con la muerte no se juega, sin embargo el Museo del Juguete Popular Mexicano—La Esquina—y un grupo de artesanos la convirtieron en un juguete y elemento decorativo. La exposición La calaca juguetera, cinco artesanos jugando con la muerte, estará en exhibición del 20 de octubre al 20 de noviembre y consta de [...]

Our Pets of the Month Are Lovable Beauties

From the SPA By Lynn Weisberg and Joan DiPiero Our featured cats are Madeline and Jocelyn. Madeline arrived at the SPA with her three babies only a few days old. One of our caring foster parents took mom and babies home for several weeks until they were ready to meet the world. Madeline was a [...]

The Almost Perfect Candidate

By David Johanssen She’s a strong, confident woman, the perfect political candidate for today’s high elected office. But she lost her Congressional race and now is left to pick up the emotional and financial pieces. Can Irene Porter, An Almost Perfect Person, salvage her life after the race everyone said she couldn’t lose? Classic Film [...]

Three Years of Empowering Mexican Talent

By Jade Arroyo Being a designer does not always mean glamor or labels with high prices. There are times when you have to take risks to innovate and to join forces in order to attract the public, especially when starting from scratch. The bazaars combine innovative design, aesthetics, and economics to create new platforms from [...]

New York City Jazz Drummer to Appear at El Vergel Bistro

By Azande Cummings The El Vergel Bistro is proud to present nationally known drummer and educator Azande “Drummin” Cummings and his band, the 2016 Alma Jazz Trio, to perform from November 4–26 on Friday and Saturday evenings from 6:30 to 9pm. Concert Azande “Drummin” Cummings and the 2016 Alma Jazz Trio Fri and Sat, Nov [...]

Will Stars Follow Five Top Fashion Designers to San Miguel?

By Camie Fenton Nationally and internationally famous fashion designers will descend on San Miguel for the “Dress to Give Fashion Weekend.” “It could be that the stars they design for will follow them to San Miguel as our city has such a trendy reputation and of course, stars, socialites, fans, and everyone interested in what [...]

Vicente Fox to Speak in San Miguel: “Mexico and the US Going Forward”

By Susan Page A brand new organization in San Miguel will be presenting “Conversations with Big Thinkers” several times each year. The first event will be a presentation by Former President of Mexico, Vicente Fox, immediately following the US Presidential election. The event will be held at Real de Minas Hotel on November 18 at [...]

“The Burden and the Blessing of Mortality”

By Jon Sievert In recognition and celebration of Dia de los Muertos, the Rev. Wyman Rousseau conducts a service of remembrance for loved ones who have passed during this Sunday’s Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Service. UU Service “The Burden and the Blessing of Mortality” By Rev. Wyman Rousseau Sun, Oct 30, 10:30am Posada de la Aldea [...]

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