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Archive for: March, 2017

First Friday…Live!

By Judith Jenya All are welcome to this meaningful pre-Passover Shabbat Service, Friday, April 7. A Musical Evening Shabbat Service “First Friday … Live!” Fri, Apr 7, 5:30–7pm The JC3 (Jewish Cultural and Community Center) Calle de las Moras 47 Corner of Cinco de Mayo 415-154 7358 Join us for a lively brief musical Shabbat [...]

Festival Internacional de Música’s “Salute to Excellence”

By Daniela Ahlenius On Saturday, March 18, friends of Festival Internacional de Música San Miguel de Allende gathered in the beautiful gardens of hotel Villas Xichú to celebrate the love of music and arts and to honor a beloved friend who has for a long time served both the festival and the community, Barbara Bladen [...]

61st Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women: Pushback Year

61st Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women: Pushback Year United Nations, New York City, March 17, 2017   Here at the United Nations in New York attending the 61st session of the Commission on the Status of Women, someone reports receiving reactionary pushback against the pro woman agenda every 15 [...]

Dear Editor:

Dear Editor: Airport in San Miguel: Playground for the Privileged Few, Noise and Pollution for the Many It is sad to learn that the San Miguel de Allende airport keeps coming back to life just like a kitchen cockroach that refuses to die. This is a big investment, but it is money that will leave [...]

Editor,

Editor, In order for people to be able to find the number for Mitigare—hospice and palliative care services, we think the number should be in the list of Important Numbers or Emergency Numbers as people still haven’t understood that full hospice services are available for everyone in San Miguel, including all the communities, and if [...]

The Insider’s Guide to Semana Santa

By Charlotte Bell People come from all over Mexico and the world to experience Semana Santa in San Miguel de Allende. Countless processions and other unique occurrences happen during this time. Many of the events are ancient and have historical significance, but without information they are just strange occurrences. For the visitor it will be [...]

Art in Bloom Comes to San Miguel

By Aly Posner The San Miguel Garden Club is thrilled to introduce its new hallmark event “Art in Bloom” to the San Miguel community. The show will be offered without an entry fee. Art in Bloom Exhibits of art-inspired flower arrangements With Garden Club of San Miguel Sat, Apr 1, 5–7pm Sun, Apr 2, 12–4pm [...]

JC3 Film Series and Questful? Thoughts

By Judith Cohen Often it is difficult to find a documentary film that is able to generate enough interest and create a significant influence over a large group of people from all ages, cultures, educational levels, and backgrounds. The Eagle Huntress has already done this in its short time on the market. It also has [...]

Bob Dylan Tribute

By David Johanssen Bob Dylan once remarked: “I’m speaking for all of us; I’m the spokesman for a generation.” The world was changing and musicians like Dylan were writing protest songs against the establishment, maybe more timely today than ever. Join some of San Miguel’s finest musicians for our tribute to this legendary singer-songwriter at [...]

UU Service

By Paula Peace At this Sunday’s Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Service, the Reverend Andrea Abbott speaks on the relationship between inequality and the development of self. UU Service “Anxiety and Equality” By Rev. Andrea Abbott Sun, Apr 2, 10:30am Posada de la Aldea Ancha de San Antonio 15 Free In light of current events, the distinction [...]

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