Archive for: August, 2017

Ruta del Vino en Guanajuato

QP Centrales2

Por Karla Ortiz Viñedo Dos Búhos Es una bodega de vinos ubicada a 6km. de San Miguel de Allende. La propiedad tiene más de 50 años de producción agrícola, frutal y ganadera. Desde 2005 comenzó el proyecto, y cuentan con tres hectáreas de viñedo y trabajan 10 variedades de uva para crear diferentes estilos de [...]

Jacinto 1930

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Por Karla Ortiz Jacinto 1930 es una cocina que reúne lo mejor de la cocina mexicana y contemporánea, utilizan procesos ancestrales tal como el proceso de nixtamalización. Además de ser un restaurante preocupado por rescatar las raíces mexicanas y restablecerlas en un nuevo concepto, también trata de ser un restaurante sustentable, adquiriendo todos los productos [...]

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Salvadoreña y su bebé nacido en México

Por Jesús Aguado Cuando el sueño se convierte en pesadilla, los migrantes quedan varados en contra de su voluntad, y no porque así lo deseen, sino porque las “aventuras” que emprenden marcan la pauta de su viaje. En el momento que la idea de una vida distinta llega a su mente, es para quedarse, y [...]

Travel News

norway-Voyages to Antiquity

By Judy Newell Mexico Travel News Mexico Tourism Secretary Seeks Presidential Nomination Mexico’s tourism secretary, Enrique de la Madrid, has expressed interest in becoming the next presidential candidate for the PRI, Mexico’s Institutional Revolutionary Party. De la Madrid was appointed to the role of tourism secretary by current president Enrique Pena Nieto in 2015. Pena [...]

Magnificent Moms

Carlotta

By Joan DiPiero Pixie, Winifred, and Carlotta share a common bond. All three came to the SPA with small kittens in tow, dedicated weeks to nurturing and caring for their little ones, watched all of their babies adopted, and then waited patiently hoping to find homes of their own. Unfortunately, the wait continues for these [...]

Libertango!

TIM HAZELL

By Tim Hazell   Little road that time erased, that one day saw us walk by together, I have come for the last time, I have come to tell you my woe. – Tango lyrics “Caminito”   Argentinian tango lyrics are often profound, the result of collaborations such as the style of the Boedo group [...]

Un año más de Cuca para todos

Toño González, Andrea Mendiola y Eduardo Villafuerte

Por Karla Ortiz La simbólica cantina de San Miguel de Allende, “La Cucaracha Bar” se enorgulleció de celebrar 70 años de abrir sus puertas a los sanmiguelenses y turistas que han quedado enamorados del lugar. Más que una cantina, este lugar ha sido un punto de encuentro entre jóvenes y adultos. A la “Cuca” no [...]

The Computer Corner

COMPUETRS

By Charles Miller It was not by design, but I seem to have found myself in a position of being able to tell when one of the local Internet Service Provider (ISP) in San Miguel is experiencing a temporary outage. It is usually easy to tell this is happening because my phone starts ringing with [...]

The 330-Day Itch

OPINION 330

By Orlando Gotay, Tax Attorney I hear it all the time, and it goes something like this: “If you spend 330 days of the year outside the United States, then you have a tax exemption.” Of course, this refers to the federal Foreign Earned Income Exclusion “FEIE.” In tax law, generalizations can be dangerous. Oftentimes [...]

Joe Cocker Tribute Concert

Joe Cocker Cartel

By Antonio Lozoya On Wednesday, August 30 at the Angela Peralta Theater at 7pm there will be an extraordinary concert of the XXIII International Festival of Jazz and Blues of San Miguel de Allende, which will be dedicated to the soul singer Joe Cocker. John Robert “Joe” Cocker (1944–2014) was an English singer and musician. [...]

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