News Procesión

Mournful processions of Holy Week »

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado During Holy Week San Miguel streets are paved with mint, mastranto and chamomile, which perfume the air as the Catholic faithful tread upon the herbs,…

Apr 16 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Christ and his Passion in San Miguel »

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado The last hours of Christ’s life are enacted during Holy Week in the Via Crucis (way of the cross) in various neighborhoods in San Miguel.…

Apr 16 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Jenny and the Mexicats, multicultural rising stars »

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado The band Jenny and the Mexicats performed during the San Miguel Sound Festival. Jenny stated that she was eager to play here and announced that…

Apr 16 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
Nancy Hoch, Sara Hoch, Elizabeth Chávez y Ernesto Herrera

San Miguel Sound a solid-gold hit »

By Jade Arroyo, photos by Jesús Aguado On April 4, 5, 6 and 8 the local bullring was transformed into a stage for artists from the Indie music scene such…

Apr 16 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Lorde live at the Plaza de Toros »

By Jade Arroyo, Photos by: Jade Arroyo & Antonio De Jesús Aguado New Zealand singer Lorde performed in San Miguel during the alternative music festival San Miguel Sound. On the…

Apr 16 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
Virgen de Dolores en las Monjas

Sweet tears on Viernes de Dolores »

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado Every Viernes de Dolores (Friday before Holy Week) statues of a sorrowful Virgin Mary, a sword crossing her heart, can be seen on impressive altars…

Apr 11 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
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A day in a magic town »

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By Jade Arroyo San Miguel’s magic can be felt all around, on its people, the old cobblestone streets and of…

Apr 16 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

Semana Santa highlights »

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By Jade Arroyo Semana Santa is vividly experienced in town, a time where hundreds of people of different nationalities and…

Apr 16 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

A spring walk »

Parroquia desde Terraza

  Si te apetece tener un mañana relajada y tranquila, y tal vez comenzarla con una taza de té de…

Apr 11 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

Sabores de la Cuaresma »

Gorditas

By Jade Arroyo México es un país mayormente católico, donde las creencias religiosas conllevan un espíritu de tradición que se…

Apr 11 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

A walk through Hernández Macías »

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By Jade Arroyo Esta semana, les presentamos un tour a lo largo de la calle Hernández Macias, una de las…

Apr 4 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

Count to three and relax »

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By Jade Arroyo Esta ciudad es un buen destino para la relajación (con paisaje montañoso y muchas iglesias), con afición…

Mar 28 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

Wandering around San Miguel »

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By Jade Arroyo The city offers modern experiences and ones filled with tradition; all framed by tolerance, multiculturalism and historic…

Mar 21 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

Seeking adventure »

Perfect Day Paseo en moto

By Jade Arroyo Con ganas de aventurarse un poco en la naturaleza y olvidarse un rato de la oficina, dejando…

Mar 14 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

Descubriendo lugares »

perfect day La Mexcalería

Esta ciudad es famosa por sus interesantes tiendas y galerías, buenos restaurantes y modernos bares. En esta ocasión, te presentamos…

Mar 7 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
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State policies and untrustworthy professionals »

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By Sara Ena Hernández Hernández On February 25, the Mexican newspaper Excelsior published a story regarding the initiative submitted by Senators Arely Gomez, Manuel Camacho Solis and Roberto Gil, all of them members of the Justice Committee, to establish serious legal consequences for non- qualified…

Apr 16 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

What was San Miguel like before the Spanish conquest? »

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By Robin Loving Rowland John F. Kennedy said, “History is a relentless master. It has no present, only the past rushing into the future.” This begs the question: What is our history? We all know something of our pasts, but what about the past in…

Apr 16 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
Life & Style

Make sure you’re covered for medical evacuation abroad »

HEALTH ambulance

By Robert Tillotson Global travelers and expats living abroad must be prepared for the worst. A broken leg while hiking a remote area or falling…

Apr 16 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

US First Lady, Michelle Obama, experiences Tai Chi in China »

WELLNESS Taichi

By Virginia Harford Michelle Obama looked pretty good as she was given an experience of Tai Chi while in China. She had high heels on,…

Apr 11 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
News Procesión

Mournful processions of Holy Week

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado During Holy Week San Miguel streets are paved with mint, mastranto and chamomile, which perfume the air as the Catholic faithful tread upon the herbs, wearing purple, white or black during…

Apr 16 2014 / Read More »
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State policies and untrustworthy professionals

By Sara Ena Hernández Hernández On February 25, the Mexican newspaper Excelsior published a story regarding the initiative submitted by Senators Arely Gomez, Manuel Camacho Solis and Roberto Gil, all of them members of the Justice…

Apr 16 2014 / Read More »
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Maggie Taylor in San Miguel

By Zack Popovsky Maggie Taylor, a world-renowned photographer and digital artist, is coming to San Miguel de Allende for the first time to present her work at Camino Silvestre Casa and to sign copies of her…

Apr 16 2014 / Read More »
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Piano students benefit from Amistad Canada Donors

By Jaci Winters Students enrolled in free piano classes at La Biblioteca now have access to a piano to ensure regular practice time between lessons. Nearly all 20 students enrolled in piano lessons do not have…

Apr 16 2014 / Read More »
Travel San Miguel de Allende

Architectural puzzles solved

By Betse Davies As you walk through the downtown area, you could well be pondering the styles of the different buildings. For instance, you’ve heard that Allende’s birthplace is the best example of baroque style. Why…

Apr 11 2014 / Read More »
Columns

Don’t park on the street with windows down

By Charles Miller In the 1997 movie Conspiracy Theory, Mel Gibson plays the role of a paranoid genius who sees evil schemes everywhere and believes the CIA, KGB and other three-letter agencies are all out to…

Apr 21 2014 / Read More »
Life & Style HEALTH ambulance

Make sure you’re covered for medical evacuation abroad

By Robert Tillotson Global travelers and expats living abroad must be prepared for the worst. A broken leg while hiking a remote area or falling ill while visiting a rural village may require emergency medical evacuation…

Apr 16 2014 / Read More »
Que Pasa PD ATOTONILCO

A day in a magic town

By Jade Arroyo San Miguel’s magic can be felt all around, on its people, the old cobblestone streets and of course, on its historical and authentic places. We present you some beautiful traditional spots to see.…

Apr 16 2014 / Read More »

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