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State Olive Tree Production Grows

By Karla Ortiz While the region may be known for its fine wines and mezcals, Guanajuato State’s temperate climate also happens to produce a lesser-known crop—olives, which can be sold as produce or used to make a large varieties of olive oils. Regional growers have been noticing this and have taken steps to create organizations [...]

Guanajuato #1 State in Organ Donations

cBy Jesús Aguado The taboos of the past regarding organ donations have been overcome, and that is why Guanajuato occupies first place in national donations, according to State Center of Transplants (CETRA) director Rodrígo López in a recent interview with Atención. López also commented that the process of transplants in the state is transparent, because [...]

A Journey into the Past Part 3

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By Karla Ortiz The tranquility of the city has been transformed over the years. People may say that San Miguel de Allende is a good place to rest and find yourself, but San Miguel’s seniors don’t always think so. Talking to them about old San Miguel, we can see how much it has changed over [...]

Learn the Joy of Design by Mexican Hands

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By Karla Ortiz   The Bazar de Diseño Alternativo, or the Alternative Design Bazaar, is a space where local designers and those from neighboring municipalities can showcase some of their work and creativity. Since 2013, it has been held every two months in different parts of the city. This bazaar wants to be the first [...]

The Facts on the Road to Dolores

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By Atención San Miguel Pictures By José Ortíz Moya On Monday, March 16, four people were kidnapped on the road to Dolores. Later the same day, three of them were found dead in Dolores—two of them were employees of the San Miguel de Allende government. The State Attorney General issued a press release stating that [...]

What Will You Do With Your Organs When You Die?

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By Jesús Aguado A reform to the General Law of Health (GLH) was passed by the Senate of the Republic, and it is making its way through the Congress of Union. Soon, it could be sent to the President for ratification, to come into force the next day. With the changes, a person whose death [...]

Meet the Bib

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By Karla Ortiz   Gustavo Ruiz, Administration, Atención A newspaper, in addition to designers, reporters, and editors, also needs an entire administrative staff to do things like sales, billing, and reception. Their work is based on customer service. That task, at Atención, is handled by Gustavo Ruiz, or “Gus,” as we all know him. Most [...]

A Tridimensional Journey

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By Jesús Aguado The talented students of the Stirling Dickinson Escuela de Arte are getting ready to present their spectacular new work in the Biblioteca patio. Brunson has worked in collaborative tridimensional—and some electric—murals in China and in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He told Atención that he worked on the new idea for the new mural [...]

The Facts on the Road to Dolores

CORTIJO

By Atención San Miguel Pictures By José Ortíz Moya On Monday, March 16, four people were kidnapped on the road to Dolores. Later the same day, three of them were found dead in Dolores—two of them were employees of the San Miguel de Allende government. The State Attorney General issued a press release stating that [...]

Gonzalo González, Interim Mayor

ENTREVISTA Interim mayor Gonzalo González

By Jesús Aguado “Let’s leave the politicians to do the politics. In this administration, we will use our time to work,” said Gonzalo González—interim Mayor—in an interview. On March 24 this year, Ricardo Villarreal—who won the mayoral race on July 2, 2015—asked for a permit to leave office in order to run for federal legislator. [...]

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