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Archive for: December, 2016

Travel News

Travel News By Judy Newell   Mexico Travel News Tulum Hotel Getting Noma Pop-up Colibrí Boutique Hotels has teamed up with Copenhagen culinary heavy hitter Noma. From April 12 through May 28, Noma Mexico will take up residency just steps from La Zebra boutique hotel in Tulum. The Noma Mexico pop-up will see Rene Redzepi reunite [...]

Traffic Congestion

The Computer Corner By Charles Miller Recently I had the chance to enjoy the holidays by visiting with my family, and that always means I am going to be on the receiving end of some Information Technology questions. The first one came from my brother, who lives in a large apartment complex and noted that [...]

Tango Therapy: Stairway to Heaven

By Christina Johnson This is the best class for beginner dancers or tangueros who wish to deepen and improve! The workshop is comprised of exercises and musical movements to use for rejuvenating and invigorating the body and mind. Unlike many forms of exercise that exacerbate joint pain, tire the back, and are repetitive and tedious, [...]

The Second Tribute to the Music of Santana Is Here!

By Víctor Monterrubio Be ready! Following a successful first concert last month, the second tribute to the music of  Santana is here! This second concert is dedicated to the music of the tremendous guitarist Carlos Santana, a perfect combination of rock and Latin traditional music. On December 29 at 7pm in the Ángela Peralta Theater, [...]


Last night a gal and I shared a taxi home. I was dropped off first. The taxista, seeing my street all torn up, insisted on walking me up one house to the first street light. When I got in, my purse felt light and sure enough I didn’t have my wallet. I cancelled my credit [...]

Page Turner Book Review

By Elizabeth M. Marshall The Road to Little Dribbling By Bill Bryson Bill Bryson has done it again in his latest book, The Road to Little Dribbling. In this rather hefty volume he describes his travels through the nooks and crannies of the British Isles by car, foot, bus, and train. His keen observations and [...]

Two Films for Change at Writers’ Conference

By Maia Williams and Nathan Feuerberg For lovers of documentary films that focus our attention on crucial issues of our day, here are two not to miss: This Changes Everything This Changes Everything is a film inspired by the international best selling non-fiction book of the same name by Naomi Klein. Avi Lewis, the director of the film, will [...]

A Tribute to Leonard Cohen

By David Johansse “I took trip after trip, sitting on my terrace in Greece, waiting to see God,” Leonard Cohen once mused, “but generally, I just ended up with a bad hangover.” Please join some of San Miguel’s finest musicians for their tribute to this legendary singer-songwriter at Shelter Theater, Thursday, December 29 at 7pm. [...]

A Fascinating History of Christmas

By Jon Sievert Did you know that Christmas was once against the law in America? Or that the date we celebrate Christmas was chosen by Bishop Liberius of Rome in 354 CE? At this week’s Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Service, I’ll tell he fascinating story of how the Christmas holiday and traditions were established. UU Service, [...]

Hesitancy to Pageantry at Centro Infantil San Pablo

By Mireille Rita Grovier, photography by Jay Grovier “The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry” is a saying adapted from a line in the poem “To A Mouse” by Robert Burns, a National Poet of Scotland. The saying readily applied to Centro Infantil’s Pastorela on Sunday, December 11 at St. Paul’s Anglican [...]

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