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This is Our Charco, Our Natural Protected Area »

Text and photos by Antonio De Jesús Aguado In the mountains of San Miguel de Allende there is a natural treasure, home for rainfalls, streams, and a canyon, a refuge…

Sep 19 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
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River Pollution, a Constant in the City »

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado Tons of trash and weeds have been dragged by rainfall to the Laja River and the Cachinches stream. To avoid floods and in response to…

Sep 19 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Open Call to Reinforce the Police Department »

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado After the dismissal of several police officers, the local administration published a call to attract new members to the force. There are 60 positions available.…

Sep 19 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Hidden Artisans Studios Tour, Presented by La Biblioteca »

By Emma Salazar, photos by Todd McIntosh On September 29, come to explore five hidden away local artisans in this very personal behind-the-scenes tour. Observe the step-by-step processes to create…

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Inauguration of Biblioteca Pública Mural »

By Sandra Ríos On Friday, September 12, the graffiti workshop—opened as a means of using graffiti in a productive and artistic manner—presented a mural done by students on one of…

Sep 19 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Viva México!, Long Live San Miguel de Allende, City of the Conspiracy! »

“The time of our emancipation has come. This is the time for our freedom, and if you value freedom, you will help me to defend it from the Spanish rule.…

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A Very Mexican Day »

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By Sandra Ríos Since we are celebrating the Fiestas Patrias in September, we can start with a breakfast at Via…

Sep 19 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

Event for Peace »

Jerry Steward y Alejandra García, coordinadores del evento

By Sandra Ríos The San Miguel organization Camino de la Paz invites you to celebrate the International Day of Peace…

Sep 19 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

One Day in Heaven »

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By Sandra Rios To start the day breathing fresh air and watching San Miguel come awake from above, the best…

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A Most Relaxing Day »

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By Sandra Rios If you want to pamper your body, recharge energy, and soothe your mind, we recommend that you…

Sep 12 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

A walk through San Miguel »

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By Sandra Ríos Have a delicious breakfast at La Biblioteca’s Café Santa Ana, a charming indoor/outdoor location surrounded by art.…

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Savor Mexican Antojitos Now »

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By Sandra Ríos September is the month of Mexican traditions when we celebrate the anniversary of our Independence. This is…

Sep 5 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

Get to Know San Miguel and Its Surroundings »

San Miguel de Allende QP Perfect Day

By Sandra Ríos To prepare for a day of exploration, begin with breakfast at  Café Santa Ana, in an outdoor…

Aug 29 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

La Comedia del Universo »

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By Sandra Ríos Due to the success two weeks ago, La Comedia del Universo will be performing again in September…

Aug 29 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

Consenting to the senses »

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By Sandra Ríos San Miguel has excellent alternative treatments for pampering and enjoying the outdoors. Start with a leisurely breakfast…

Aug 22 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
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“Mexico, Lindo y Querido,” Tonight’s Songs from the Heart of Mexico »

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By John Wharton Please join local songstress Rosa Guadalupe tonight, Friday, September 19, at 7pm as Shelter Theater presents her “Mexico, Lindo y Querido” with Remy Fenoy accompanying. It’s a special love letter to Rosa’s beloved homeland, using traditional ‘boleros’ from Mexico’s much-beloved ‘Golden Age’…

Sep 19 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

A Night to Remember — Turning Music into Paint Brushes! »

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By Hannah Jarmain   A sensational benefit concert will rock the Teatro Ángela Peralta with two world-class musicians: Gil Gutiérrez and Gabriel Hernández. Concert Gil Gutiérrez and Gabriel Hernández To benefit Children’s Art program Tue, Sep 23, 7pm Teatro Ángela Peralta 100/250/350 pesos Tickets at…

Sep 19 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Relaxing into Memoir: A Four-day Writing Workshop at LifePath Center »

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By Maureen Phillips Hankering to write about your life? Perhaps you have begun to write already but feel the annoying proverbial “writer’s block.” This November…

Sep 19 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

San Miguel Fall Dressage Show »

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By Rachel Stratford Top local and national riders will be gathering September 20 and 21 to compete in Otomí Centro Hípico’s Fall Dressage Show. The…

Sep 12 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »
News Mario Hernández and César Arias

This is Our Charco, Our Natural Protected Area

Text and photos by Antonio De Jesús Aguado In the mountains of San Miguel de Allende there is a natural treasure, home for rainfalls, streams, and a canyon, a refuge for all kind of birds, reptiles,…

Sep 19 2014 / Read More »
Community COMM SHELLTER  The best offer

“Mexico, Lindo y Querido,” Tonight’s Songs from the Heart of Mexico

By John Wharton Please join local songstress Rosa Guadalupe tonight, Friday, September 19, at 7pm as Shelter Theater presents her “Mexico, Lindo y Querido” with Remy Fenoy accompanying. It’s a special love letter to Rosa’s beloved…

Sep 19 2014 / Read More »
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Reed Fair at Bellas Artes

By Guilllermina Fonseca Through its bio-architecture and reed workshop and the group Archi-textures, Centro Cultural Ignacio Ramírez, Bellas Artes, will host an event that mixes art, craft, and architecture for the first time in San Miguel…

Sep 19 2014 / Read More »
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Summer Course at La Biblioteca Pública 2014

By Sandra Ríos Born in Mexico City and holding a degree in sociology from the University of Florida, Patricio Provencio is the creator of the initiative Integrando Mexico, formed in 2011. His objective in creating this…

Jul 11 2014 / Read More »
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Travel News By Judy Newell Mexico Travel News The newest hotel service trend: Water Waiters Gaining a competitive advantage has always been part of the hotel business, but as the number of properties worldwide continues to…

Aug 22 2014 / Read More »
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Internet of things

By Charles Miller There is a new acronym to add to the bottomless bowl of alphabet soup that makes up the world of Information Technology. IoT is short for the “Internet of Things.” In the beginning,…

Sep 22 2014 / Read More »
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Relaxing into Memoir: A Four-day Writing Workshop at LifePath Center

By Maureen Phillips Hankering to write about your life? Perhaps you have begun to write already but feel the annoying proverbial “writer’s block.” This November may be the perfect opportunity for you to unwind, relax, and…

Sep 19 2014 / Read More »
Que Pasa San Miguel de Allende PD

A Very Mexican Day

By Sandra Ríos Since we are celebrating the Fiestas Patrias in September, we can start with a breakfast at Via Organica, a Mexican restaurant with fresh, organic ingredients. We recommend the poached eggs that come on…

Sep 19 2014 / Read More »

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