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Archive for: January, 2017

SPA’s February Pets of the Month Are Full of Love

By Lynn Weisberg and Joan DiPiero Fawn-like in appearance with tiger-striped brindle coloring, brother and sister Cody and Abby are simply adorable. Almost six months old, they are both gentle, friendly with other dogs as well as people, and they give the best puppy kisses ever. Ideal pets! You won’t want to miss out on [...]

Poetry Alive! Celebrates Billy Collins

By Maia Williams To commemorate the first anniversary of San Miguel’s popular reading series, “Poetry Café Bellas Artes,” two special events are planned in anticipation of the February 16 appearance of Billy Collins as a keynote speaker at the 2017 San Miguel Writers’ Conference. Mr. Collins, one of the world’s most beloved poets (and funniest), [...]

Desfile y protesta

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Por Jesús Aguado, fotos Jorge Isaac Pérez y Comunicación Social El desfile del 248 aniversario del natalicio de Allende causó expectativas y después de una protesta que lo bloqueó en Ancha de San Antonio, éste se pudo llevar a cabo. El desfile estaba programado para salir a las 11am del Cardo y así sucedió, sin [...]

A Parade and a Political Collision

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By Jesús Aguado, photos by Jorge Isaac Pérez and the Public Relations Department of the Local Administration The parade to celebrate the 248th anniversary of Ignacio Allende’s birth generated expectations. The civic and military event was held up after a demonstration took place that blocked it. It was scheduled to leave from El Cardo at [...]

Melancholia: The Dark Side of Genius

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By Bea Aaronson Melancholia is not an emotion. It is a mood that may lead to emotional disorders. But these emotional disorders are the fertile humus from which artists, poets, writers, and musicians draw their creative power. Usually defined as an abnormal state attributed to an excess of black bile, characterized by either a pensive [...]

David Lida on Another México

By Patricia Browne Hirschl “It never entered my mind that at forty-two I would die suddenly and unexpectedly while passing through a dicey no man’s land between where I’d been born and the home I’d made. It’s true that dying that way was congruent to the life I had been leading.” 2017 PEN Winter Lecture [...]

REEL DOCS presents the Sons of San Miguel Film Series

By Jennifer Posner We are fortunate to have so many talented people living here in San Miguel! And REEL DOCS, a documentary film series, is delighted to announce that we will be able to learn a bit more about two local favorites in documentaries made about two men and in one case, by him. Documentary [...]

Guide for Resisting the Trump Agenda

By Jim Carey As the Ringling Brothers-Barnum and Bailey Circus announces its closing this year, the Trump Circus Maximus is coming to the US with rogue elephants in charge. In response, a few congressional staffers have written a practical guide on how you can resist this cabal. You can download it at indivisibleguide.com or join [...]

Andrew Osta Presents “The Magical Kingdom”

By Dennis Manske When Andrew Osta began his university studies, he was uncertain of his career path. He studied computer programming, philosophy, religion, and a host of other fields before turning to drawing and realizing that “this was it.” He knew nothing about the art world, but through hard work and persistence, he obtained a [...]

Andrew Osta Presenta: El Reino Mágico

Por Dennis Manske Cuando Andrew Osta comenzó sus estudios, se sentía inseguro sobre el rumbo de su Carrera. Estudio programación de computadoras, filosofía, religión, y otras áreas. Finalmente, intentó dibujo y se dio cuenta “esto es” No tenía absoluto conocimiento sobre el mundo del arte, pero a través de un trabajo persistente y disciplina, obtuvo [...]

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