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Our Lady of Guadalupe, Icon of Identity »

By Jesús Aguado The Virgin of Guadalupe is the Mexican queen; she is the mother of the hungry, ill, and unemployed as well as of singers, soccer players, vendors, and…

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Karla Ramírez donó su abrigo en el arranque del Suetertón

Bundle up! More Low Temperatures Will Hit San Miguel »

By Jesús Aguado Authorities have advised that more than 55 cold fronts have been predicted for the winter season 2014-2015. The cold fronts started on September 20 and will end…

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Roxana Patlán

Aguinaldo, Employee’s Right and Employer’s Obligation »

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado Employees in Mexico must receive their Aguinaldo (Christmas bonus) before December 20, according article 87 of the Mexican Labor Federal Law. If employers do follow…

Dec 12 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
Guadalupana en la entrada a sanitarios públicos del Mercado de Artesanías

Guadalupe, Virgin and Queen of San Miguel Public Markets »

By Jesús Aguado In 1531, just ten years after the conquest, the Virgin of Guadalupe appeared as the Queen of Mexico. Now La Guadalupana reigns not just in churches, but…

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Ximena Velasco, Estrella Arias y Esmeralda Brinn

Mono Blanco Concert Was a Hit »

By Sandra Ríos San Miguel enjoyed the recent presentation of Mono Blanco on November 27 in the Sindicato. The concert was a sellout, with the enthusiastic audience singing along to…

Dec 12 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
Que Pasa

Centro Offers a Feast of Food and Activities »

perfect day

By Sandra Ríos San Miguel de Allende has a wide range places for dining and entertainment. Just a few steps…

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Christmas Parties and Posadas Take to the Streets »

Centrales

By Sandra Ríos Don’t miss any of the local Christmas festivities! Here is the schedule for the posadas. Tuesday, December…

Dec 15 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

A Relaxing Day »

Villa Santa Monica

By Sandra Ríos To start your day and pamper your palate, we suggest having breakfast at Antigua Villa Santa Mónica,…

Dec 5 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

Time of Posadas »

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By Sandra Ríos Posadas are part of our Mexican Christmas traditions. This year they will be celebrated from December 16-24.…

Dec 5 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

A Day of Adventure »

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By Sandra Ríos To spend a great day in San Miguel is entirely possible because there are so many different…

Nov 28 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

Welcome the Holiday Season »

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By Sandra Ríos We present you with the best choices for locating the finest decorations to express a cheerful Christmas…

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An Adventurous Day »

QP Perfect Day

By Sandra Ríos There are several ways to know San Miguel. Definitely one of the most exciting is to take…

Nov 21 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
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A Toy for Each Child »

By John Doherty Christmas Day may be past but Día de Reyes, or Three Kings Day, celebrated each January 6, is still ahead. This is the day when children in Mexico traditionally receive gifts from los Reyes Magos, and we want to assist to make…

Dec 16 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

San Miguel’s ‘Mr. Taco’ Got an Early Start in Food »

Don Felix

How a taco cart became a popular neighborhood restaurant By Monty Dennison The owner of perhaps the most popular neighborhood restaurant, Tacos Don Félix, in San Miguel de Allende, got an early start on his food career. December 16 will mark the ninth anniversary of…

Dec 12 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
Life & Style

The Home of Visionary Artist Anado McLauchlin »

TOURS ANADO

By Lorenz Ray The Los Angeles Times reported San Miguel folly Casa de Las Ranas to be “the happiest home in San Miguel.” The home…

Dec 12 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

Two Special Walking Tours, Architectural and Christmas Day »

TOURS WALKING TOUR

By Betse Davies This month Patronato Pro Niños brings you two very special tours to delight, entertain, and inform tourists, guests and residents of San…

Dec 12 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
News The offering

Our Lady of Guadalupe, Icon of Identity

By Jesús Aguado The Virgin of Guadalupe is the Mexican queen; she is the mother of the hungry, ill, and unemployed as well as of singers, soccer players, vendors, and even politicians. Our Lady of Guadalupe…

Dec 12 2014 / Read More »
Community

A Toy for Each Child

By John Doherty Christmas Day may be past but Día de Reyes, or Three Kings Day, celebrated each January 6, is still ahead. This is the day when children in Mexico traditionally receive gifts from los…

Dec 16 2014 / Read More »
ARTS Lanny Garland at work in this studio

Lanny Garland, Transformations and Re-cycles

“Nobody else is doing that!” ⎯Robin Riddel The Denver Post 1994 “Art connects me to the sacred places within us all, to the commonality of human beings, cultures, civilizations, rituals and ceremonies…” ⎯Lanny Garland By Béa…

Dec 15 2014 / Read More »
La Biblioteca BIB Fragmentos

Fragmentos

Por José Luis Mendoza Como aficionado del color y el ambiente que envuelve la tauromaquia, para el artista Juan Antonio Ruiz es fácil plasmar escenas explicitas entre toro y torero; sin embargo en la exhibición titulada…

Dec 5 2014 / Read More »
Travel León, Guanajuato

Lions Club Trip to Guadalajara

By Janice Page The International Lions Club of San Miguel de Allende is sponsoring another bargain trip, this time a shopping and sightseeing trip to Guadalajara on December17 for three days. They will be staying at…

Nov 28 2014 / Read More »
Columns REG SPA LadyTramp

Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way

By Megan Gabel San Miguel has a bounty of animal lovers⎯generous, devoted, zealous, and caring. Our hearts go out to homeless street dogs and cats, skinny, unsterilized, hungry, and alone. We ache over animals who are…

Dec 15 2014 / Read More »
Life & Style TOURS ANADO

The Home of Visionary Artist Anado McLauchlin

By Lorenz Ray The Los Angeles Times reported San Miguel folly Casa de Las Ranas to be “the happiest home in San Miguel.” The home of visionary artist Anado McLauchlin and his partner, art historian Richard…

Dec 12 2014 / Read More »
Que Pasa perfect day

Centro Offers a Feast of Food and Activities

By Sandra Ríos San Miguel de Allende has a wide range places for dining and entertainment. Just a few steps from La Parroquia, you will find the well-known shop La Ventana coffee, whose owner always greets…

Dec 15 2014 / Read More »

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