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Rural Education Institute Honors Out-Going President, Sara Tylosky

By Camie Fenton In honoring a daughter, Julie, who died at 21 years of age, something good has emerged from the efforts of Craig and Sara Tylosky—The Rural Education Institute (REI) in San Miguel de Allende. “By moving to San Miguel, we made a needed life change in light of Julie’s short-lived life,” said Sara, [...]

Angels Among Us


By Robin Loving There are angels among us. When our time comes, they are here to help us die with dignity. They are the palliative professionals at our local hospice. This will surprise many who remember that we had a hospice, but were not aware that we now have a new hospice—this time, a sustainable [...]

2017 Food in Film Festival Benefits DIF


By Anna Louise Judson The 2nd annual Food in Film Festival presents some of the best films featuring chefs and their cuisine and wine over a three day period, March 7–9, at Bellas Artes on calle Hernández Macías 75. From noon to 5pm, each day will feature two films followed by one of San Miguel’s [...]

A Tribute to Caren Cross


By Jennifer Posner In the fall of 2007, I moved to San Miguel de Allende and did what many of us did: I sat down and watched a documentary called Lost and Found in Mexico. I immediately felt connected to Caren Cross, the filmmaker. She made me feel that my decision was the right one. [...]

Best of Handmade Crafts at the Artisans’ Marketplace of the San Miguel Writers’ Conference


By Patrice Wynne San Miguel de Allende is world renowned for its crafts, arts, and design; and the Artisans’ Marketplace brings some of the best of these creations to the San Miguel Writers’ Conference. Discover our magical marketplace in the Hotel Real de Minas Gardens, next to the Writers’ Conference Bookstore, open to the public [...]

The Blues Brothers of San Miguel


By David Johanssen Blues-masters Tom Driscoll and Dave Bingham have been performing in San Miguel since their impromptu local jam in 2014. This week, on February 15, they take to the Shelter stage. They have over 45 years in the biz, including with bands which opened for The Rolling Stones, The Animals, and The Beach [...]

Speaking About Silence


By Jon Sievert At this week’s Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Service, the Rev. Wyman Rousseau explores the need for silence in our everyday life, employing poetry, music, and reflection. UU Service “Speaking About Silence” By Rev. Wyman Rousseau Sun, Feb 12, 10:30am La Posada de la Aldea Ancha de San Antonio 15 There are many kinds [...]

Ser Mujer Gears Up for a Jam-Packed March


By Trish Snyder Ser Mujer is a San Miguel de Allende-based group of Mexican, American, and Canadian women of all ages working in partnership with community-based organizations. The goal of Ser Mujer is to honor the struggles and successes of women around the world with a series of films, talks, panel discussions, poetry readings, and [...]

Design the Life and Love You Desire


By Diane Epstein After beginning my practice more than 30 years ago as a relationship counselor and life coach, I can assure you I’ve heard it all, witnessed every kind of sabotaging behavior and wacky thinking; and still I have the utmost faith that if you really want to be in a thriving relationship, you [...]

Peace Education is Needed More Than Ever

By Jean Paul Peretz Mexico had been largely spared the phenomenon of school shootings that has plagued the US. But the recent tragedy in Monterrey, where a 15-year-old shot and killed a teacher and two other students before killing himself, has sensitized educators in Mexico. Community Peace Education Program presentation “Peace Education Is Needed More [...]

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