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Editor,

Editor, No soy ciudadana de San Miguel de Allende, pero mi familia vive aquí, y lo que me doy cuenta es que además de los puntos que acertadamente mencionan (sobre movilidad) se olvidan de la entrada a San Miguelm concrétamente la Glorieta del Pípila donde constante mente hay accidentes graves. En una ocasióm, me tocó [...]

Editor,

Editor,   Ser Mujer is a multicultural group of women aged 25–75 which has organized to present programs and activities during March, Women’s History Month. From Take Back the Night with an all-woman mariachi band to our final program on risk-taking women, we worked to enlighten, inform, and motivate our audiences. Thanks to the support [...]

PEN San Miguel

PEN San Miguel (www.sanmiguelpen.com/sobre.nosotros) expresa su más sincero pésame a las familias y colegas de los tres periodistas asesinados en el mes de marzo de 2017 por su reportaje sobre eventos políticos y criminales en México y su profundo sentir por el subsecuente cierre del periódico Norte (Ciudad Juárez), un golpe a la libertad de [...]

61st Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women: Pushback Year

61st Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women: Pushback Year United Nations, New York City, March 17, 2017   Here at the United Nations in New York attending the 61st session of the Commission on the Status of Women, someone reports receiving reactionary pushback against the pro woman agenda every 15 [...]

Dear Editor:

Dear Editor: Airport in San Miguel: Playground for the Privileged Few, Noise and Pollution for the Many It is sad to learn that the San Miguel de Allende airport keeps coming back to life just like a kitchen cockroach that refuses to die. This is a big investment, but it is money that will leave [...]

Editor,

Editor, In order for people to be able to find the number for Mitigare—hospice and palliative care services, we think the number should be in the list of Important Numbers or Emergency Numbers as people still haven’t understood that full hospice services are available for everyone in San Miguel, including all the communities, and if [...]

Editor

Last night a gal and I shared a taxi home. I was dropped off first. The taxista, seeing my street all torn up, insisted on walking me up one house to the first street light. When I got in, my purse felt light and sure enough I didn’t have my wallet. I cancelled my credit [...]

Editor,

Editor, Reading the Nov 25 Atencion, specifically the letters to the editor, I must respond to the two US apologists expats on the results of the recent US election. They are free to express their opinions and feelings. As I am. US citizens did not have a clear choice. However, they did avoid having a [...]

Music as Art in San Miguel

By David Ramsey The art of the people in SMA is music. As in other parts of Mexico, it is not painting, literature, or bull fighting. Those expat painters who come here to take classes and paint the colonial buildings and the colorful campesinos may question this assertion, but I think most Mexicans would agree. [...]

Estimada Sra. Noriz,

Estimada Sra. Noriz, Hago referencia al artículo con el encabezado “Donald Trump could be invited to San Miguel”, publicado en su edición del viernes 11 del presente mes. Me permito expresar mi sorpresa por el cambio de posición del ciudadano Alcalde Villarreal, pero también el sentir de una parte considerable de la población residente en [...]

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