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Archive for: October, 2017


Arturo Miranda and Daniel Paniagua

By Karla Ortiz San Miguel de Allende recently held its first Oktoberfest. At this event, several craft beers were offered, including Goss, La Inmortal, Xakúa, Gallo de Oro, Dos Aves, Sangre de Tiburón, and Allende. And the well-known German beer sponsor, Paulaner, was in high demand among the attendees. The ribbon cutting was done by [...]

Smile Oktoberfest

Natali Martínez, Sabrina Solís y Rebeca Villanueva

Por Karla Ortiz Se llevó a cabo la primer edición del Oktoberfest en San Miguel de Allende, evento en el cuál estuvieron presentes varias cervezas artesanales, entre ellas; Goss, La Inmortal, Xakúa, Gallo de Oro, Dos Aves, Sangre de Tiburón y Allende, y no podía faltar la cerveza patrocinadora Alemana Paulaner, que fue muy solicitada [...]

Proyecto Mito: “Cuerpos Esenciales”

Estreno Mundial En Honor Al Histórico Día De Los Muertos En México. Por Monica Hoth El colectivo de danza de la directora artística Patricia Rincón se estrenara Proyeto Mito: Cuerpos Esenciales” (The Myth Project: Essential Bodies) el día Noviembre 1, 2017 con dos presentaciones a las 6pm y 7:30pm en Casa de Europa, San Francisco [...]

The Myth Project: Essential Bodies

By Monica Hoth Do the flowers take to the region of death? Are we dead there or do we live yet?   The Patricia Rincon Dance Collective Artistic Director Patricia Rincon will premiere The Myth Project: Essential Bodies on November 1 with two performances—one at 6pm and then repeated at 7:30pm—at the Casa de Europa, [...]

Playreaders Presents a Wacky Fish Story!

By Marthe Fraser It’s another Norm Foster, Playreaders! Canada’s and my favorite playwright has written another fun and funny play. Come join us Wednesday and Thursday, November 1 and 2, for The Great Kooshog Lake Hollis McCauley Fishing Derby. On his way to an important seminar, investment banker James Bell’s car breaks down near the [...]

Politics Skewered: Mamet’s November at the San Miguel Playhouse

By Henry Vermillion David Mamet is considered by many to be the best living American playwright. He is perhaps best known for plays like Glengarry Glen Ross and Oleanna, and for screenplays like Hoffa and Wag the Dog, which can be tough and dark, but November is hilariously comedic. The show will open Thursday, November [...]

An Act of God’s David Javerbaum

By Jules Chisholm God’s Memoir (actually a book written by Mr. Javerbaum) has now been adapted into a new comedy, An Act of God, making its Mexican premiere in San Miguel de Allende on November 9. Mr. Javerbaum, the playwright, has won 13 Emmys, 11 at “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.” God, Mr. Javerbaum [...]

Travel News

By Judy Newell   Mexico Travel News Acapulco to Welcome New Record-Breaking Thrills Just months after Acapulco introduced XTASEA, the world’s longest over the-the-sea zip line, the attraction is rolling out a major expansion which will include two new record-breaking attractions—the highest climbing wall in the world and the world’s longest slide. The construction of [...]

SPA Pets of the Month—November 2017

By Lynn Weisberg and Joan DiPiero Delphi and Gypsy, both about 1 year old, are recent arrivals. Delphi was rescued from a bad situation and is thriving now. A longhaired gray tabby girl, she is mellow and easy to please. Gypsy found her own way to us, meowing to be taken inside after a day [...]

Dvorák’s Symphony “From the New World”

By Tim Hazell Antonín Dvorák composed the Symphony No. 9 in E minor, Op. 95, B. 178, popularly known as the “New World Symphony,” in 1893 while he was living in New York City as director of the National Conservatory of Music of America, a position he held from 1892 to 1895. It is by [...]

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