Archive for: January, 2018

Preparing Your Home for Your New Dog

By Lynn Weisberg You’ve fallen in love with a dog, like Jazmin or Nuni, and now you’re taking her home. Here’s what you need to know: 1. Food and water: For the first few days, mix some of the dog’s SPA food with his new food. Feed a very young puppy 3–4 times per day; [...]

Cubafest Has a Quinceañera

Miguelito-Valdés

Jesús Aguado The dress to adorn this 15th festival of Cuban culture, for sure, will be its events. The fiesta, to which we all are invited, will feature music, literature, films, and more than 200 dancers on stage. The organizers of the Cuban Festival, Guadalupe Meza and Adolfo Rubio, remarked that this is the only [...]

Los Quince Años del Cubafest

Miguelito-Valdés

Por Jesús Aguado El mejor vestido que adornará al Festival de la Cultura Cubana en San Miguel—Cubafest—de seguro serán sus eventos, y es que en ésta fiesta (a la que todos estamos invitado) habrá: cine, música, literatura y más de 200 bailarines que danzarán al ritmo de salsa, chachachá, rumba y danzón. Durante “el adelanto” [...]

The Brilliant Recluse

By Tim Hazell The figure of the recluse appears at the dawn of Chinese history, unique and quintessentially Asian, alongside the more typical warrior or bureaucrat. Chinese literature came to reflect this dualism in its characterization of prose as “action” and poetry as “reclusion.” By the time of Confucius, sequestered living was viewed with increased [...]

Dead Man in Cuevitas

By Atanción Staff Gunshots were reported to the 911 emergency number on Wednesday, January 17. Emergency vehicles and paramedics from the Red Cross arrived at La Purísima bridge at Las Cuevitas, where they found the body of 39-year-old Nicolás, with no vital signs. According to official information, 14 small bags of cocaine were found next [...]

The Computer Corner

By Charles Miller   What is a botnet?   This column is the third recent one I have written on the subject of updates. What I hope to be able to do this week is impart a better understanding of why software and firmware updates are necessary and, thus, why you should not be among [...]

Se celebra la bendición para los animalitos

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Por Karla Ortiz Cada 17 de enero los amantes de los animales acuden al templo del Oratorio para bendecir a sus animales. Es este día que se celebra a San Antonio Abad, el patrono de todos los veterinarios y los animales, y según la tradición, la bendición los protegerá de todo mal o enfermedad, dándoles [...]

Health and Prosperity for Our Pets

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By Karla Ortiz Every January 17, animal lovers go to the church of the Oratorio to have their animals blessed. This day is celebrated as San Antonio de Abad Day, for the patron saint of all veterinarians. According to tradition, the blessing will protect the animals from all evil or disease, giving them health for [...]

The American and the Taxman

By Orlando Gotay Some of you may know that one of the things I enjoy is reading comments on social media. It helps me get a feel for concerns in the minds of people. I also remember that for every person who takes the time to voice concerns or questions, several may have similar mindsets. [...]

AA 2do Aniversario The Opal Mine

Robert Wild and Gretchen Keiser

Por Karla Ortiz   The Opal Mine es el concepto de joyería que debes visitar. No solo su joyería es exclusiva, sino el interior de la tienda de atrapará, sentirás que estás en una mina real. Este pasado viernes 19 de enero, The Opal Mine San Miguel de Allende cumplió su segundo aniversario y lo [...]

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