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Archive for: September, 2017

Movilización por lluvias

Vista desde Colonia Azteca

Por Jesús Aguado Fuertes lluvias se registraron en San Miguel de Allende del 22 al 27 de septiembre, causando escurrimientos que llevaron a suspender clases, desalojar a comerciantes y a unir a los vecinos. La corriente en arroyo del Obraje y Cachinches, comenzó a elevarse el 26 de septiembre—por la mañana—y las autoridades indicaron que [...]

Celebrando juntos el día de la paz

Beverly Nelson y Shannon Hosford

Por Karla Ortiz El Club Rotario y Club Rotaract de San Miguel de Allende se unieron con Camino de la Paz y Colectivo 41 este 21 de septiembre, día oficial de la paz declarado por la Organización de las Naciones Unidas en el año 2001, fecha que se celebra en todo el mundo para unir [...]

Celebrating the Day of Peace Together


By Karla Ortiz The Rotary Club and the Rotaract Club of San Miguel de Allende joined with Camino de la Paz and Colectivo 41 on September 21, the official day of peace declared by the United Nations in 2001. This date is celebrated throughout the world to unite all individuals, cultures, and nations. There was [...]

Sanmiguelenses Are Designed For Helping


By Jesús Aguado Tons of food, personal hygiene products, and cleaning items have been donated by the people of San Miguel de Allende to support those impacted by natural phenomena in several states of Mexico. On Friday, September 22, Leticia Fernández, president of the local Red Cross Council, along with volunteer women, dispatched the first [...]

Sanmiguelenses, diseñados para ayudar


Por Jesús Aguado Decenas de toneladas de alimentos y productos de higiene personal y de limpieza han sido donadas por la gente de San Miguel de Allende, la ayuda ha sido enviada a Chiapas. El viernes 22 de septiembre, la presidente del Consejo Directivo de la Cruz Roja de San Miguel de Allende, junto a [...]

Conoce a la Biblioteca José Manuel Leal, “El Chef”

Isabel and Manolo

Por Karla Ortiz   José Manuel Leal, más conocido como “Manolo” o el “Chef”, es el encargado de llevar alimento a los estómagos hambrientos que día con día llegan a la Biblioteca y uno que otro del staff que ordena en el Café Santa Ana. Al Chef, como muchos otros en la Biblioteca, le apasiona [...]

Meet the Biblioteca José Manuel Leal, “El Chef”

Isabel and Manolo

By Karla Ortiz José Manuel Leal, better known as “Manolo” or “Chef,” is responsible for bringing food to the hungry stomachs of people who arrive each day at the Café Santa Ana. Chef, like many others in the library, is passionate about his work. You could say that he is living in his wonderful years. [...]



Sáb, Sep 30, 4am Jardín Principal The Keys to Understand the Alborada By Jesús Aguado   The alborada (dawn) is an offering that lights up the sky to honor St. Michael the Archangel. The rain of fireworks lasts for about 60 minutes.   The first alborada—brought from Salvatierra—took place in San Miguel in December 1924, [...]

Neil Simon’s Classic Sex Comedy, Performed (and Reset) in San Miguel

By Benton Crowell Having an illicit affair was roundly celebrated in American theater during the ’60s and ’70s. Undaunted by the risk of STDs, fictional adulterers reflected the wave of a sexual revolution. In the typical setup, the hero-geek male seeks redemption from a humdrum, middle-class existence in the seductive arms of a free-spirited lover. [...]

Kicking a Dead Horse at Playreaders

By Susan Rushton Don’t miss a once-in-a-lifetime chance this week at Playreaders to see Kicking a Dead Horse by the late great Sam Shepard. This play, written in 2007, is among the last things Shepard wrote. It is a typical, slyly funny, angst-ridden play with symbolism writ large. However, it differs significantly from Shepard’s earlier [...]

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