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We have no laws to prosecute those who inflict death on others by virtue of their incompetence. My comments and solutions for mitigating the trend of recent murders: Women must stop having children. There are BirthStrike movements in many countries now, where people realize the global warming emergency is becoming deadly and children will probably [...]

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This afternoon I was startled by the sound of a crash. On the street, a car pulling out from a parking spot and a city bus had collided. Even without having witnessed this, I know it is fair to assume that one or both drivers were distracted by a cell phone. When I ride an [...]

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October 2016. In view was a 14-year-old gringa with a war-torn copy of Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar held tightly underneath her arm. Birds flocked around her as the sound of street performers buzzed through cobblestone streets. The innocence of the scene heightened the ever-present naïvete of the subject, her face beaming at the presence [...]

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In most neighborhoods, people’s opinions vary. But in the past, everyone that used the prolongación pathway that connects Callejón Chepito to calle Santo Domingo agreed: the walkway was muy feo. Leading to stairs down to the bridge in front of El Jardín, Stirling Dickinson’s former orchid farm, this bridge over the arroyo is one of [...]

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I recently published some articles with Atención and was happy that I did. A lot of people at UU and elsewhere saw them and said kind words. I published the article below [U1] in LA Progressive, but I would like very much to publish it (or something very much like it) in Atención. Many people [...]

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Thank you for an incredibly written and researched article. I realize that with San Miguel de Allende being UNESCO-designated and with all of the pressure for positive tourism, it is difficult to write what you and your staff did. It was insightful, honest and well researched. Thank you for your integrity! As I talk with [...]

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The Playreaders Group is a valuable asset to the San Miguel de Allende community. I am a Canadian who began coming to San Miguel in 2003, at which time we happened upon Playreaders and have been “religious” attendees since. Combined with Pro Musica performances, St Paul’s has been a hub of the San Miguel environment. [...]

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Valle del Maiz is one of the most traditional neighborhoods in San Miguel de Allende. Right in the center of this area, half a block from the historic church, there is a public park with basketball courts that local residents use for recreation. To my surprise, this public park is showing propaganda promoting a local [...]

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I am coming back to San Miguel de Allende to see how my beloved city and its inhabitants have flourished. It was with great regret that I had to leave, and it gives me great pleasure to see that San Miguel has flourished and kept the international status it was known for. When I was [...]

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Dear Editor:   Congratulations, Atencion! Previously, I have been critical of the Atencion’s (heretofore) glossing-over of crime in San Miguel de Allende. Today, I applaud the candid article in the March 8, 2019, edition, “Murders in San Miguel Becoming More Frequent, More Public.” I am grateful for Jesús Aguado’s sound and courageous article, and I [...]

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