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Archive for: January, 2018

“Tango Therapy and the Gift of Argentina”

By Christina Johnson I am grateful for my assiduous body. Sometimes as I am dancing the tango, I feel a flutter of thanks knowing that it was possible never to have discovered the heaven of tango. I could have never known what the soft union, the solid physical heart support, the instinctual and gentle breathing [...]

San Miguel’s Famous Historical Characters “San Miguel’s Secrets Revealed”

By Kathleen Bennett Who were the men and women impacting San Miguel’s development? Textile mill owners, military men, priests, even a magistrate’s wife, all made significant contributions. Historical Walking Tour Guide Kathleen Bennett will present Program 3 of “San Miguel’s Secrets Revealed!” in the Library’s Sala Quetzal on Tuesday, January 30. A Pass for the [...]

Lions Club Trip

By Janice Finch A three-day trip to Xilitla and the Sierra Gorda Missions is on the agenda for the International Lions Club of San Miguel de Allende. The group will depart on Tuesday, February 27, and return on Friday, March 02, on an air-conditioned bus with restroom facilities. The first stop will be in Jalpan [...]

History Walks: Beyond San Miguel’s Centro

By Kathleen Bennett An abundance of history can be found in the barrios bordering San Miguel de Allende’s Centro, yet these neighborhoods are rarely explored. For the first time, the library is offering guided walks lasting one and one-half hours with three of San Miguel’s most experienced guides. Tickets can be purchased at San Miguel’s [...]

Soft Landing Blasts Off at Teatro Santa Ana

By Lola Smith Players Workshop and Stuffed Olive, Inc. join for their third collaboration in three years with the World Premiere of Soft Landing, a new play by two-time Emmy Award-winner Dorothy Lyman, directed by Tony Award-nominated Broadway director John Tillinger. Joyce (Linda Carlson) and Siobhan (Clara Dunham) want to go to the moon. They’re [...]

A Dwindling Breed: Survivors of the Hollywood Blacklist

By Fredric Dannen A few months ago, I got it into my head that I wanted to write a one-character play for the actress Lola Smith, who recently turned 92. Over the past decade, while living in San Miguel de Allende, I had worked on a movie script with Nick Pileggi (Goodfellas, Casino), developed a [...]

Peter Searles, Renowned British Actor/Writer Comes to San Miguel

By Henrietta Weekes Over the years, Peter Searles has gained a reputation as one of England’s foremost storytellers. He has toured his internationally acclaimed solo shows all over the world, and this is his first foray into performing in Mexico. He plans to host story-telling workshops, of which he is a master, in San Miguel [...]

Restoration and Lighting of the Historic Center


By Jesús Aguado The periphery of the Jardín Principal will be restored, including the atrium of the parish church of St. Michael the Archangel and Las Monjas church, among others. The budget also includes the lighting of public and religious buildings. The federal office of the National Fund for Culture and Arts allocated more than [...]


Iluminación y restauración en Centro Histórico Por Jesús Aguado La periferia del Jardín principal será restaurada, el atrio de la parroquia de San Miguel, el templo “Las Monjas”, además habrá nueva iluminación en arquitectura pública y religiosa. Fue el FONCA (Fondo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes) la dependencia federal que destinó más de [...]

Travel News

By Judy Newell Mexico Travel News Get Happy Seeking some of the world’s happiest places? Be in San Miguel de Allende in March. That’s when the World Happiness Fest will take place on March 16-18, just before the United Nations’ International Happiness Day on March 20. Institutions around the world are supporting the event, including [...]

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