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Outraged by Gun Violence? Here or in the US, Calling Your Congressperson Has Just as Much Impact

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By Barbara Erickson In the wake of two mass shootings in less than 24 hours, which resulted in the death of at least 31 individuals, many Americans are demanding Majority Leader Mitch McConnell recall the Senate for a special session to consider House-passed legislation to require universal background checks. How can you find a voice [...]

Daily Practices an Emotional Lifeline for Social-Justice Leaders Tested by Current Political Climate

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By Jon Sievert Leaders engaged in the ongoing work of serving social justice over the long term are particularly challenged by current times. Burnout is a real issue. At this week’s Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Service, the Rev Louise Green counsels us with daily physical and spiritual practices to help create calm, resilience, and emotional well-being. [...]

Hero or Villain Documentary Explores One of the Twenty-First Century’s Most Divisive Figures

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By John Wharton Is Julian Assange a free speech martyr or a narcissist with a thirst for chaos? Few figures in the twenty-first century have inspired more fury and worship in equal measure. Through his WikiLeaks platform, he’s unapologetically unleashed volumes of private government and corporate data under the banner of public interest. He’s a [...]

Evening of Transylvanian Dining Will Raise Money for Feline Shelter

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By Berkana Uruz Back by popular demand, chef and owner of Garambullo Fonda Gourmet, Maye Cordova, is again in the kitchen, teaming up with Buon Forno owners Pedro Escamilla and Ornella Chiavoni. Why? Our last Thematic Evening on July 18—a cultural and gastronomic tour of Rome that included stories about cats—was a sold-out event. Guests [...]

100 Women Who Care Awards Grant to EdCaminos After-School Program

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By Dale Braiman Those of us living in México, especially San Miguel de Allende, know that magic can lie behind any given door or gate. Some of those doors hold something even greater—the magic of smiles, hugs, and love, generated by lots of hard work. EdCaminos is one of those places. Children rush inside the [...]

Unitarian Service to Discuss Exploring Our Place in the Universe

Wyman Rousseau

By Jon Sievert At this Sunday’s Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Service, the Reverend Wyman Rousseau examines our place in the abiding mystery of the universe as a key to our desire for belonging, acceptance, and hope. Rousseau’s address explores the place within each of us that seeks communion with that which we hold most sacred. This [...]

Screening of Seminal Films Celebrates México’s Golden Age of Cinema

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By John Wharton For this month of Mexican heritage, Shelter celebrates the Época del Oro or the Golden Age of Mexican cinema, the period from 1936 to 1959. This was when Mexican cinema reached its artistic peak, starting with the classic Vámonos con Pancho Villa (1936), directed by Fernando de Fuentes. This was the first [...]

Rotary Social Event

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By Skip Essick The Midday Rotary Club of San Miguel de Allende is going social. We’re kicking off a series of evening social events that will take place monthly throughout the next year. Our very first meet-and-greet is this Tuesday evening at the home of Rotary member Lee Carter, the beautiful Casa Cinco Patios on [...]

Jóvenes Adelante Wows at Annual Student Gathering

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By Don Krim Of course, for the new 2019 incoming class, the most exciting moment had to be receiving their new computers! Maybe their bank cards too, so they can access their JA scholarship monthly stipend. For the rest of us at Jóvenes Adelante, there were other milestones to celebrate: This year’s incoming class of [...]

Audubon’s Incredible Edible Eggstravaganza Showcases Locally Grown, Sustainable Food

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By April Gaydos Each month, Audubon de México plans a Wild Food Adventure centered around a delicious, shared meal that comes with a side of food for thought. Audubon’s purpose is to celebrate local foods and the people behind them and encourage support of the local food community. On Monday, August 12, Café Zumo chef [...]

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