Category archives for: Community

Giving Health, Hope, and Opportunity—One Meal at a Time


By Donna Fullerton Believe it or not, Feed the Hungry San Miguel is on track to provide an estimated 925,000 school meals by the end of 2017! Every school day, roughly 4,200 children in 34 economically disadvantaged communities receive a hot lunch at school kitchens supported by Feed the Hungry. The support includes not only [...]

Una corona para la diversidad


Por Jesús Aguado Glamuroso, vistoso y familiar, es como los organizadores califican la elección de la Reina Gay San Miguel de Allende; éste celebrará su décima edición. Entre las sombras estaba la comunidad LGBT en San Miguel, hace diez años pues, mientras en las ciudades vecinas ya se organizaban concursos de belleza entre la comunidad [...]

XXI Concurso de Pintura en el MIQ


Por Daniela Hernández. El día 6 de noviembre de este año, en la ciudad de Guanajuato capital, se llevó a cabo el XXI Concurso de Pintura organizado por el Museo Iconográfico del Quijote, con la temática: “Una interpretación contemporánea del Quijote en México”, la convocatoria se hizo a nivel nacional, en la cual participaron varios [...]

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Arvid Straub Atencion

By Jon Sievert At this Sunday’s Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Service, the Rev. Dr. Arvid Straube discusses the Buddhist concept of right speech and how the harsh, hateful, and false speech that permeates the US political and religious space infects every aspect of our lives. UU Service “What Buddha Taught About Right Speech” By Rev. Dr. [...]

Cerveceria Dos Aves Wins Gold for San Miguel


By Susan Dorf Among the many wonderful things that San Miguel is famous for, we can now include prizewinning artisanal beer, thanks to Cerveceria Dos Aves. This November over 200 microbreweries participated in COPA, a yearly competition in CDMX sponsored by the craft brewers association ACERMEX and considered the Academy Awards of beer. Cerveceria Dos [...]

Art Sale to Benefit Scholarship Programs


By Robin Loving San Miguel’s most popular activities center around art, and what better way to support scholarship programs than with an art sale with art from well-known Mexican artists who will be pricing their work in uniquely affordable ways? Art Sale Art Sale to Benefit Scholarship Programs Wed, Dec 6, 5–8pm Casa Correo Correo [...]

¡Que Barbara!

By Barbara Poole Ever wonder what this means??? It is a positive and strong positive exclamation in our local Mexican culture, and for good reason! Community ¡QUE BARBARA! Mon, Dec 4, 5:30-7pm Órganos19, Centro Free for Bárbara’s 100 pesos St. Barbara’s Day is December 4, and will mark the first annual party to honor All [...]

The “SALT” Free Margarita


By Orlando Gotay, Tax Attorney By now, the US Senate is rolling out its version of a tax bill. No one is sure how this is all going to play out, but you need to be told anyway: Some in the Congress want to take some important deductions away; one for state and local taxes, [...]

Texas Troubadour Bernice Lewis

Live Theater Building the Wall Fri–Sat, Dec 1–2, 7pm 250 pesos Live Theater Building the Wall Sun, Dec 3, 3pm 250 pesos Live Music/Variety Open Mic Tue, Dec 5, 7:30pm 50 pesos (inc drink) Live Concert Texas Troubadour, Bernice Lewis Wed–Thu, Dec 6–7, 7pm 200 pesos Live Concert Blues Masters Tom Driscoll and Dave Bingham [...]

Occupy SMA


By Liz Mestres   “… This kind of world does not allow the integral development of the human being, a development that is not reduced to consumption or to the well-being of a few but includes all peoples and individuals in their full dignity, enjoying as brothers and sisters the marvel of creation. That is [...]

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