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Archive for: November, 2017

Casita Linda’s 100th House


By Karla Ortiz   On November 15, Casita Linda’s 100th achievement was celebrated: a new home for a family and a lot of dreams ahead. This is a project that may change a person’s life, especially that of the children who have been most enthusiastic about supporting the work at home and improving their education. [...]

Please Help Us Provide a Refuge for Cats and Dogs


By Megan Gabel The SPA provides a safe place for its resident animals (around 50 cats and 50 dogs). We hope each will become part of a loving home; but for some, the possibility dwindles as the years pass. Twelve of our dogs have been with us for more than four years and four of [...]

Sabor y vida La cocina de Licha


Por Karla Ortiz La Cocina de Licha, es un nuevo restaurante en la ciudad. A cuatro semanas de su apertura sus platillos están encantando a todos los negocios cercanos que para las 2 de la tarde ya están buscando donde pedir de comer. Este restaurante es un tributo a la difunta dueña ‘Doña Licha’, quien [...]

Viaje en el tiempo


Perfect Day Por Karla Ortiz Algunos lugares de San Miguel que aún siguen funcionando albergan recuerdos de la gente que ha pasado por ahí y aunque hoy en día ya no tengan la misma fluencia de gente como antes, sus platillos estrella no dejan de ser lo mismo. Hoy conocerás dos lugares que han perdurado [...]

Prepare your self for thanksgiving


Por Karla Ortiz La cena de acción de gracias se celebra el cuarto jueves del mes de noviembre. Esta tradición incluye puré de papas, verduras y el tradicional pavo asado, acompañado de postres como la tarta de manzana, pastel de pacanas, pay de camote, pastel de calabaza o pastel de moras. Aquí te dejamos una [...]

Tango Therapy


By Christina Johnson Contrary to many forms of exercise that exacerbate joint pain, tire the back, and are repetitive and tedious, Argentine tango is always exciting and creative. We can begin tango as a therapeutic exercise and continue to enjoy it as a dance with more refinement and elegance over the years. Few dances involve [...]

Caja Negra’s Final Two for 2017[P1]


By Warren Jacobs Caja Negra has a growing list of productions in Mexico, especially in San Miguel de Allende. Their mandate is “theater dedicated to a provocative exploration of society and a celebration of humanity.” But who is Caja Negra? In the past four years, Caja Negra has presented the following productions; House, I Am [...]

Occupy SMA


By Liz Mestres   “… This kind of world does not allow the integral development of the human being, a development that is not reduced to consumption or to the well-being of a few but includes all peoples and individuals in their full dignity, enjoying as brothers and sisters the marvel of creation. That is [...]

This is a bimonthly graphic reportage of places and events in San Miguel de Allende


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 [...]

Travel News

Orient Express

By Judy Newell Mexico Travel News The Airline with the Most Legroom With 34 inches of seat pitch across all its planes, Interjet is the unexpected international airline with the most legroom. The Mexico-based, low-cost carrier flies between a handful of US cities and lots of destinations in Mexico, plus a few in Central and [...]

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