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Archive for: March, 2017

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Documentary Revolution and the Resurgence of a Nation Mon, Apr 3, 1pm Teatro Santa Ana Reloj 50A 60 pesos This fascinating and informative documentary explores the forces that gave rise to the Mexican Revolution, the principal players who took up arms against the dictatorship of Porfirio Diaz, and those who benefited from it. Learn about [...]

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Documentary History of Mexico Mon, Apr 3, 2pm Teatro Santa Ana Reloj 50A 60 pesos A special thanks to Mrs. Cleo Kamelhar for the use of her husband, Murray Kamelhar’s History of Mexico documentary. Using the voices of four actors and 334 slides, the personalities, artists, and events from the Olmecs to the present come [...]

SPA Pets of the Month, April 2017

By Lynn Weisberg and Joan DiPiero About 3 years old, Smooshy, named by his rescuers because he is gentle and loving (the opposite of what many folks think of a pit bull) was having a tough time surviving on the streets. Small/medium-sized, he is adorable. Simba, about 2-1/2 years, was a roof dog, abandoned and [...]

Poets Breathing Life into Creation

By Tim Hazell Indigenous life is bound up with the seasons; times of plenty and times of want. Native communities use animal totems as intermediaries to make contact with their deities. In creation myths, earth is a living organism that rises from ancient seas when “procurers” wrapped in quetzal feathers invoke its name. The following [...]

Dance Movement Therapy: A Way to Creatively Transform Relationships

By Txell Prat, Dance Movement Therapist We often think something, say something else, and finally do something completely different. In the face of such confusion, it isn’t surprising that relationships become complex. Dancing connects us with ourselves, with our desires and needs, and with our life. When we surrender to non-choreographed dance, body, mind, and [...]

Senior Living at its Very Best!

By Marthe Fraser San Miguel Playreaders is tackling one of Norm Foster’s newer plays, Jonas and Barry in the Home, which had its world premiere at Theatre Orangeville on October 5, 2015. It is a very funny and rather poignant story of two seniors who move into a luxurious “assisted living” home, Gateway Gardens. Theater [...]

Final Chance to See Art of Rubén Morales and Sher Davidson

By Cynthia Claus Barbara Poole, owner of the Bordello Gallery located at the Casa de La Noche, invites art patrons to enjoy the final day of an art show featuring paintings by Rubén Morales and ceramic sculptures by Sher Davidson. Art Paintings and Ceramic Sculptures By Rubén Morales and Sher Davidson Sun, Apr 2, 2‒4:30pm [...]

What’s Blooming in Calderoni Gallery April 1?

By Edward Swift Floral arrangements inspired by the paintings of local artists will be exhibited at the next Fábrica la Aurora art walk on April 1, and this is no Fool’s Day joke. The event is called Art in Bloom, and it represents an artistic collaboration between the San Miguel Garden Club and local artists, [...]

Join Audubon de México at the Wild Arts Festival

By April Gaydos Audubon de México is hosting its first annual Wild Arts Festival art exhibition in the beautiful garden setting of Instituto Allende Escuela de Arte, Ancha de San Antonio 22. The event includes music, a welcome drink, and no-host bar. Proceeds benefit Audubon’s Niños y Naturaleza environmental and community stewardship program. Wild Arts [...]

Harmonía Presents Globally-Inspired Spring Concert

By Michele Ostrove, photo Lou Barranti The incomparable voices of the all-women’s vocal ensemble Harmonía will transport the audience around the world and beyond—without leaving the acoustically perfect confines of St. Paul’s Anglican Church. Concert Harmonía Thu, Apr 6, 5pm St. Paul’s Church Cardo 6 415 152 0387 200 pesos donation Following two sell-out concerts [...]

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