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By Judy Newell México News San Miguel de Allende Kicks Off Year as American Capital of Culture San Miguel de Allende is celebrating its year-long reign as the American Capital of Culture for 2019 with a series of exciting events. The honor of being an American Capital of Culture is bestowed annually upon one city [...]

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By Judy Newell México News Hotel to be Built from Sargassum Bricks After a successful trial construction of a home last year, a Mexican businessman plans to use the overwhelming amounts of sargassum washing ashore in Tulum as building material for a new hotel. According to the Riviera Maya News, Omar Vazquez Sanchez originally shared [...]

Passive Resistance and Négritude

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By Tim Hazell   “My Négritude is not a stone, its deafness hurled against the clamor of the day… It takes root in the red flesh of the soil!” – Aimé Césaire (1913-2008).   Mahatma Gandhi countered British colonialism with passive resistance, seeking to destabilize an imperialist government. His deceptively simple message to India was [...]

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By Judy Newell Mexico News Plans to Build World’s Tallest Statue of Jesus Christ Statues of Jesus are scattered around the world, drawing thousands of tourists. Just take Christ the Redeemer in Brazil and Christ the King in Poland as two great examples. México is joining the throngs of Jesus statues by building their own [...]

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By Judy Newell   Mexico News New Hotel Opening in San Miguel This January, a luxury five-suite inn called Hotel Amparo will open, created by the owners of Hibiscus Linens, Taylor Goodall and Mariana Barran de Goodall. The hotel was designed to be a residential-style getaway, yet is tucked away in the heart of the [...]

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By Judy Newell México News One Million People Headed to Cancún While some people flock to ski resorts and cozy mountain retreats to celebrate the holidays, one million people are going south and hitting the beaches of Cancún and Riviera Maya this holiday season. Municipal authorities of Riviera Maya say they expect a million travelers [...]

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By Judy Newell Mexico News New Xolumado Inspiration Village Karisma Hotels and Resorts is opening a new wellness-focused resort this January, Xolumado Inspiration Village. Set away from the beach between Karisma’s El Dorado and Generations Riviera Maya resorts, Xolumado is aimed squarely at the wellness market. Xolumado consists of 2.5 acres of Riviera Maya jungle [...]

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By Judy Newell México Travel News Quintana Roo Sargassum Free by December The amount of seaweed that washed up along the beaches on México’s Caribbean coastline is starting to decrease, thanks in part to cleanup efforts that removed 155,000 cubic meters of sargassum. Mexican authorities announced the sargassum deposits in Quintana Roo will be completely [...]

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By Judy Newell México Travel News Have Dinner in the Sky in Cancún Cancún, a destination that already provides visitors with endless entertainment options, has just added yet another notable attraction. Soon visitors will be able to have dinner in the sky, quite literally. The company, Dinner in the Sky, has been given the green [...]

Color Psychology Part of San Miguel’s Appeal

By Cheryl Young In the first century BC, the Roman architect and engineer Vitruvius wrote his magnum opus, de Architectura. In it, he laid out the three classic principles of good architecture: 1. Firmatis (Durability)—it should stand up robustly and remain in good condition. 2. Utilitas (Utility)—it should be useful and function well for the [...]

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