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Back to School »

By Sandra Ríos Again it’s time for the youth and children to return to school. We interviewed the Director of Education and Culture of San Miguel de Allende, Lic. Acacio…

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Sue Parry and Geoff Beown

A Successful Exhibition »

Smile, You Are in San Miguel By Sandra Ríos The Gleason Ray Gallery recently opened an exhibition of Carol Summers, a world-renowned printmaker. This artist of great sensitivity displays vivid…

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The Woman Who Passed Away Smelling Like Flowers »

By Jesús Aguado When Josefa Lina de la Canal passed, her body gave off the scent of jasmine, and from her nose caterpillars were released that then turned into butterflies.…

Aug 14 2015 / Comments Off / Read More »
Fabián Trujillo and Édgar Bautista

Legal or Illegal, the Urban Development Program Continues »

By Jesús Aguado The Urban Development and Environmental Management Planning Program is illegitimate, immoral, and illegal, say members of the Citizen Observatory. Meanwhile, Mayor Mauricio Trejo sent the director of…

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María del Refugio Aguilar in the Processes of Saintliness »

By Jesús Aguado María del Refugio Aguilar was born in San Miguel de Allende, and a miracle may turn her into a saint. This servant of God “lived an illuminated,…

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A Bright Day »

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By Sandra Ríos To begin your day with an adventure through the skies, we suggest a balloon ride. Depending on…

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A New Grape Harvest in San Miguel »

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By Sandra Ríos The Vineyard San Miguel joined the first grape harvest of Guanajuato on Saturday, August 15. They began…

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An entertaining day »

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By Sandra Ríos To start the day with a tasty breakfast we suggest you visit the restaurant of Vinícola Toyán,…

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The Best Voice of Tango Comes to San Miguel »

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By Sandra Ríos As part of the celebration of the wine harvest in La Santísima Trinidad, will be honored as…

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A Bright Day »

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By Sandra Ríos To take advantage of these sunny days, what’s better than breakfast outdoors surrounded by lush vegetation? For…

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Here Comes the Festival del Espíritu »

Belly Dance

By Sandra Ríos For the third consecutive year, organizers Alejandro Trejo and Gaby Rojas will present the Festival of the…

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A Nice Day! »

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By Sandra Ríos To start the day with good humor, we suggest a walk, jog, or run around Parque Juárez…

Jul 31 2015 / Comments Off / Read More »

The Wine Harvest Arrives »

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By Sandra Ríos These Bajío lands will again celebrate their wine production with the grape harvest. This year Guanajuato, Comonfort,…

Jul 31 2015 / Comments Off / Read More »
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100 Women Who Care Funds Libros sin Fronteras »

COMM 100 MUJERES

By Lee Bellavance “We are thrilled to receive the funding!” Linda Carol Curran of the San Miguel non-profit Libros sin Fronteras exclaimed when 100 Women Who Care voted to award the group 62,100 pesos to fund literary projects. The three main objectives of Libros sin…

Aug 21 2015 / Comments Off / Read More »

Habitat for Humanity and Casita Linda »

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By Louise Gilliam Casita Linda was privileged to have met Linda Fuller Degelmann, who with her late husband, Millard Fuller, founded Habitat for Humanity in 1976. Linda and her new husband, Paul Degelmann, were visiting Linda’s daughter, Faith, and her husband, Scott, here in San…

Aug 21 2015 / Comments Off / Read More »
Life & Style

Art, Dreams, and Nature at Windows to the Soul Art Studio »

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By Jane Onstott Originally from Santa Fe, New Mexico, Rebecca Peterson came to San Miguel on sabbatical in 1996 and never left. An art therapist,…

Aug 21 2015 / Comments Off / Read More »

World Heritage and Historic Cities Symposium »

WORKSHOP Patrimonio

By Gregory Gunter AMPI (the Mexican Association of Realtors) and the National Council of Historical Centers urge you to join the 4th annual Symposium of…

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Back to School

By Sandra Ríos Again it’s time for the youth and children to return to school. We interviewed the Director of Education and Culture of San Miguel de Allende, Lic. Acacio Martinez Rodriguez, who told us that…

Aug 21 2015 / Read More »
Community COMM 100 MUJERES

100 Women Who Care Funds Libros sin Fronteras

By Lee Bellavance “We are thrilled to receive the funding!” Linda Carol Curran of the San Miguel non-profit Libros sin Fronteras exclaimed when 100 Women Who Care voted to award the group 62,100 pesos to fund…

Aug 21 2015 / Read More »
ARTS LECT FRIDA Frida self portrait

In Frida’s Footsteps: The Legacy of a Painter’s Painter

By Hope Palmer Nearly five decades after her death, Frida Kahlo has become a universally admired Mexican artist. In the last 15 years in particular, she has been a great posthumous ambassador of Mexican art and…

Aug 21 2015 / Read More »
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ViceVersa Art Opening

Art ViceVersa Art Opening Sat, May 2, 7pm Galería Santa Ana La Biblioteca Reloj 50A Emergent Artists Exhibition By José Luis Mendoza Aubert On May 18, San Miguel and La Biblioteca will host “ViceVersa,” the First…

Apr 24 2015 / Read More »
Travel TOUR San Miguel

The New Wave of Tourism in SMA

By Blondina Clarke While San Miguel offers a perfect snapshot into colonial Mexico history and art, a new interest has emerged with tourists: the unique and fascinating culture of faith here. Its religious festivities distinguish the…

Jun 12 2015 / Read More »
Columns REG COMPUTER

The Warning Messages

The Computer Corner By Charles Miller Every week I listen to several tech-oriented podcasts via the Internet, and recently one of these took me on a trip down memory lane. When I was a teenager, my…

Aug 21 2015 / Read More »
Life & Style workshop Rebeca

Art, Dreams, and Nature at Windows to the Soul Art Studio

By Jane Onstott Originally from Santa Fe, New Mexico, Rebecca Peterson came to San Miguel on sabbatical in 1996 and never left. An art therapist, she has a master’s degree in psychology and another in Jungian…

Aug 21 2015 / Read More »
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A Bright Day

By Sandra Ríos To begin your day with an adventure through the skies, we suggest a balloon ride. Depending on the height the balloon reaches, you can see the Parroquia from just overhead, or reach above…

Aug 21 2015 / Read More »

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