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Archive for: April, 2017

Pitayo Music Sessions

By Viridiana Gutiérrez Tejeda This Saturday, April 29, will be the second edition of Pitayo Music Sessions San Miguel with an intimate concert in the Art Gallery La 303 in Fábrica La Aurora, sponsored by Cerveceria Allende. The showcase is the Jazz Guitar Duet formed by the talented Mexican guitarists Alberto Medina and Roberto Sánchez-Picasso. [...]

Renting Out Your Mexican Pad

By Orlando Gotay It is incredibly tempting to rent out your Mexico home when you are not there. Online apps and services make this very easy. List, rent, and collect cash! Well, you should not be surprised to learn that the taxman lurks! Of course, I want to comment on some important items people frequently [...]

–SPA Pets of the Month, May, 2017

By Lynn Weisberg and Joan DiPiero Pixie is a charming, large, black female cat, about three years old, who enjoys sitting next to us for her share of petting and wand-toy fun. Cameron is a lovely eight-month-old female with an inquisitive expression, an impressively-marked, tabby-striped and white coat, and a sweet, gentle personality. Handsome Leo, [...]


By Tim Hazell Heating up on the equatorial sides of the Horse Latitudes, trade winds move in two belts towards the equator. Dry currents dissipate cloud cover, allowing the sun to bear down on arid lands. Trade wind deserts follow the path of their namesake winds, including North Africa’s Sahara, the world’s largest sea of [...]



The Computer Corner By Charles Miller Something that I have always considered to be an example of bad design and bad philosophy is the use of those stupid dots and asterisks used to populate password fields so that nobody can see what has been typed. Everyone has seen this when entering a password, and eventually [...]

Travel News


By Judy Newell Mexico Travel News Cancun’s First Resort Casino Opens Oasis Hotels and Resorts is updating its entertainment offerings at Grand Oasis Cancun with the recently unveiled on-property casino and is set to launch the Oasis Arena this month. The Red Casino at Grand Oasis Cancun stretches over two levels with blackjack, roulette, poker, [...]

Vistas San Miguel


This is a bimonthly graphic reportage of places and events in San Miguel de Allende by Susan Dorf, a local San Miguel artist who has an eye for noticing and capturing the unusual moments and details in everyday scenes. You can view the whole series and purchase prints on her website, as well as information [...]

Weekends @ L’Ôtel

Por Jade Arroyo L’Ôtel presentó Weekends @ L’Ôtel, con los artistas Carlos Huber, Raquel Orozco y el chef Vicente Torres. L’Ôtel es un pequeño y exclusivo hotel boutique que recibe a sus huéspedes para envolverlos en experiencias de edición limitada, ubicado en la parte superior de la propiedad conformada por Doce 18 Concept House, un [...]

Weekends @ L’Ôtel

Gerardo García, Barbara Flores, Luis Fabián Flores

By Jade Arroyo L’Ôtel presented Weekends @ L’Ôtel, featuring artists Carlos Huber, Raquel Orozco, and chef Vicente Torres. L’Ôtel is a small and exclusive boutique hotel that welcomes guests to engage in limited-edition experiences. It is located at the top of the property consisting of Dôce-18 Concept House, a center combining design, fashion and gastronomy, [...]

Jan Davis: “La Biblioteca es el corazón de la ciudad”

Jan Davis

Asistente del Tesorero Por Jade Arroyo Jan Davis trabaja en La Biblioteca desde hace un año, siendo oficialmente Asistente de Tesorero, pero en realidad dividiendo sus talentos entre otras áreas, así como ayudando en las relaciones públicas y en la creación de redes para la institución. “Estar en una mesa directiva no es una tarea [...]

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