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Archive for: November, 2016

Save Cats and Dogs—Double Your Donation!

By Megan Gabel Without our supporters, the Sociedad Protectora de Animales de San Miguel de Allende would not exist. You have enabled us to provide shelter and care for the animals living at the SPA while they wait to be adopted and for those who take their place when a vacancy occurs. We house an [...]

Cerrarán el Boulevard de la Conspiración


Por Jesús Aguado Finalmente, el 27 de noviembre, concluirán las obras en el nuevo Paseo de los Conspiradores, y a partir de ese día, el carril de entrada: Querétaro—San Miguel de Allende, cerrará a la circulación vehicular. La administración local informó que el tramo cerrado irá desde la Glorieta Patrimonio hasta la calle del Llano, [...]

Claude Monet: An Eye In Movement

By Béa Aaronson “Everything is ephemeral But the ephemeral is sometimes divine” -Ernest Renan Claude Monet is celebrated as the Father of Impressionism. His art reaches the essence of Impressionism… “L’intuition de l’instant,” the intuition of the instant, as the French Philosopher Gaston Bachelard, a great admirer and connaisseur of Monet’s work, so poetically said. [...]

Ava DuVernay`s “13th”

By Jim Carey Go with me for a moment and listen to David Bollier, Senior Fellow at the Norman Lear Center at the USC Annenberg School for Communication: “Both Trump and Sanders (and Elizabeth Warren on the sidelines) were borne aloft by their cries that the system is rigged. Obama confirmed this fact by failing [...]

“Bon Temps” New Orleans on the way!

By John Johanssen Good times are a-coming as the Nathan Rivera Band returns to San Miguel this weekend! These California minstrels will fill our stage with their happy “gypsy blues” live, Friday, November 25, at 7pm and Saturday, November 26, at 7pm. Hailing from the streets of New Orleans, the gypsy-folk friends of Nathan Rivera [...]

Benefit Concert This Saturday to Include Works of Claude Bolling

By C. Fenton Xavier Hernández, a well-known tenor and flautist, along with his wife, Liliana Gutiérrez, a respected pianist, have gathered together excellent musicians to perform a concert of instrumental and vocal music this Saturday at 5pm in St. Paul’s Church. Their group is known as Ensamble San Miguel, and they have delighted audiences through [...]

The Seasons of the Search

By Jon Sievert At this Sunday’s Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of San Miguel service, the Reverend Wyman Rousseau speaks on our quest for meaning, relation, and direction in our lives in a talk titled, “The Seasons of the Search.” UU Service “The Seasons of the Search” By Rev. Wyman Rousseau Sun, Nov 27, 10:30am La Posada [...]

US Expats Vigil in Solidarity with Mexican Neighbors Over Trump Election

By Victor Bremson As US citizens in Mexico, we are outraged by the recent election of Donald Trump as president of the United States. We loudly declare that Donald Trump lost the popular vote and was deceitful and dishonest during the election process and therefore has lost any legitimacy. Vigil US Expats Vigil Sun, Nov [...]

Annual Membership Party

By Marisa Ávalos Join us at one of the most beautiful B&Bs and urban orchards in town for wine, botanas, and live music offered by Posada Corazon. We are extending a discount to everyone who either renews their membership that evening or becomes a new member. Instead of the usual 700 pesos, this evening supporting [...]

Cultural, Artisan, and Commercial Presence of Oaxaca in San Miguel

By Guadalupe Meza The Oaxaca exhibition can be viewed at Casa de Europa located in front of the San Francisco church, in downtown San Miguel de Allende. The magnificent hands of Oaxaca will gift us with the cultural richness of color and creativity we so enjoy with mezcal tasting, fruit liqueurs, and chapulines gastronomy, as [...]

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