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Archive for: March, 2018

Tres Procesiones en Miércoles Santo


Por Jesús Aguado La primera toma lugar a las 5pm y sale del templo de San Rafael o Santa Escuela, a un costado de la parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel. La procesión sale alrededor de las 4:30pm, el Miércoles Santo (28 de marzo) con destino a la Santa Escuela o templo de San Rafael; recorre [...]

Video Explores MLK’s Views on Vietnam, Militarism, Poverty

By Cliff DuRand Martin Luther King’s 1963 “I Have a Dream” address was, without a doubt, one of the great speeches of our times. It was a powerful expression of the aspiration for racial equality that still rings in our ears today, but there is another King speech, less well known but equally relevant for our [...]

San Miguel Playreaders: This week Playreaders proudly presents “Molly Sweeney” by Brian Friel.

By Susan Rushton Brian Friel has been hailed as Ireland’s greatest living playwright. This reputation stems from the widespread acclaim given to works such as Dancing at Lughnasa, which was made into a wonderful movie starring Meryl Streep. Molly Sweeney is one of Friel’s less well-known plays. Nonetheless, it is just as masterfully written, lyrical, [...]

Vistas de San Miguel

“Vistas de San Miguel” is a bimonthly graphic reportage of scenes 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 on her website, as well as information [...]

Travel News

By Judy Newell Mexico Travel News New Campaign Focuses on Heritage Tourism Mexico is calling its sons and daughters home. Last month, the Mexico Tourism Board debuted a new tourism initiative, “Let’s All Travel Across Mexico.” The integrated product and marketing initiative is designed to reach the more than 35 million Americans who identify as [...]

SPA Pets of the Month—April 2018

By Lynn Weisberg and Jayn Corral Suerte arrived in April 2017 as a nine-week-old kitten. A beautiful tabby boy, he is independent, confident, and curious. When he gets over his initial shyness, it turns out he likes to cuddle. Serinidad came to the SPA pregnant in November 2017 at about one year old. Her three [...]

All About the Quality of Water

By Dr. Salvador Quiroz Health conscious people in San Miguel de Allende are rightly concerned about the quality of their water. I am frequently asked what measures may be taken to improve it. Not being a sanitation specialist, I decided to seek the advice of my now good friend, licensed engineer  Manuel Angel Villafaña, who [...]

Our Kinship With Trees

By Tim Hazell Studies show that responses to trees are innate. We react to their presence with subliminal emotions and physiological acceptance. Visual contact with trees in urban settings has been shown to relieve daily stress and improve our mental health. Trees provide nature’s equivalent of cathedral vaults under which we seek the opportunity to [...]

The Computer Corner

By Charles Miller Lost Cellphone? Don’t Change Your Phone Number Yet! A pair of these columns in recent weeks have dealt with the consequences of losing portable computing devices and the “disaster plan” everyone needs to have to cope with this situation should it arise. Our computers, smartphones, and tablets have become almost indispensable tools [...]

About Those Tax Cuts…Is Your State On Board?

By Orlando Gotay You have, of course, heard about big, splashy tax reform enacted late last year by Congress and signed into law by the president. For weeks, we have been hearing about all the tax cuts it contains and how people are immediately benefitting. As I write, the IRS released a new calculator to [...]

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