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Five-Day Retreat Promises Guidance on Finding Peace with Grief

By Ri Anderson When your heart is broken–and we say when, because everyone has had a broken heart at one time or another, whether due to death of a loved one, divorce or breakup, loss of a pet, moving, change in health, loss of identity, falling out with a friend or family member—you cannot imagine [...]

Workshop Will Show How to Fall In Love with Marketing

Eli Hans Joseph Bennett

By Eli Hans and Joseph Bennett Photo credit Erik Zavala For many of us, there’s a real joy in following our passions and sharing our gifts. Many of us even teach classes or create an event or exhibition. Some of us showcase our work on the Internet or on Facebook, design a business card, or [...]

Taller de bordado Subverivo

BORDADO

Por Galia González El Taller de Bordado Subversivo está abierto a todas las personas que quieran aprender bordado básico y construir una pieza que será parte de una exposición colectiva final. El taller se desarrollará en la Sala Literaria Bellas Artes, dentro del Centro Cultural Ignacio Ramírez El Nigromante, en la mágica ciudad de San [...]

Patronato Pro Niños Historical Walk Presents the Statues of St Joseph.

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By Cheryl Young Venerated as a saint in many Christian sects, St Joseph is a figure in biblical history who is believed to have been the corporeal father of Jesus Christ. While his age is not recorded, there is sufficient recent scholarship to place him between 40 and 60 years old at his death in [...]

Doscientos Años Cabalgando

Obra de teatro

Por Luz Helena de la Hidalga Basada en una investigación histórica, la obra toma del juicio de Ignacio Allende las preguntas y respuestas más reveladoras que la historia oficial no nos ha contado. Asesorados por la doctora en historia, Guadalupe Jiménez Codinach (asesora del Museo Histórico de San Miguel), la puesta en escena intenta ser [...]

“Vistas de San Miguel”

Vistas-Calle Canal

“Vistas de San Miguel” is a 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 series and purchase prints on her website, as well as [...]

Heart to Heart Program to Celebrate Its First Dog Graduate with “Tea-and-Tacos” Party

JAKE

By Marie Abercrombie Hey there, it’s me, Jake. I am beginning to get excited and maybe a bit nervous. Change is coming, and that is good, I’m sure, but also a bit scary. I have been working hard at Casa Hogar with my trainers, Tomas Duarte and Alida Ruiz, and with my human pal and [...]

Body Music

Walnut Chicken a la Cage

By Tim Hazell Musical instruments represent many things: engineering, science, culture, religion and philosophy. Musicologists speak of “body music.” Musicians gravitate to instruments that are comfortable to hold and play. Choices of timbre and materials are personal; blind players are particularly sensitive to pitch, vibration and balance. Body music—hand clapping, finger snapping, and foot stamping [...]

Extension Mysteries

OPINION ORLANDO

By Orlando Gotay As we come down to the final stretch, it is important to review what must be done if you cannot file by the April 15 income tax due date. If you need extra time to file, you are not alone. More than 10 million extensions are granted each year, according to the [...]

Opera San Miguel Ends Season on a High Note

MUSIC OPERA

By Shari Alexander With the recent Concurso San Miguel Winners Concert, Opera San Miguel (OSM) brought its extraordinary 2019 season to a close. This eleventh season represented a giant leap forward for Opera San Miguel and the remarkable young singers it is discovering and developing. Each of the 2019 events was sold-out, and the quality [...]

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