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Meet the Library: Rocío


By Karla Ortiz Rocío del Carmen is the operations manager of the Public Library, but like most people, she has had a goal that helped her get where she is today. Since she was young, Rocío was passionate about her studies and worked diligently. Like many scholarship holders from the library, she asked for support [...]

I am La Biblioteca

Manuel Ramírez García

By Karla Ortiz Scholarship appointee Manuel Ramírez García, Information and Communication Technologies This past August 5, La Biblioteca Pública provided the first scholarship installment for the 2017–2018 academic course for high school and university students at Teatro Santa Ana. Manuel Ramírez García, age 21, from Atotonilco, is studying Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) at the [...]

Ruth Hyba, a Free-spirited SMA Matriarch


Person of the Month By Jade Arroyo Ruth Hyba is a well-known and deeply loved person in the San Miguel community. She is a hotel and restaurant owner, artist, hostess, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She is also a woman who defied convention in the ’50s and ’60s by becoming one of the first women entrepreneurs [...]

A Swedish Recipe


Corazón Contento Por Karla Ortiz La Mezcalería, an international restaurant, has been in our city more than four years. It is well-known for fusion cuisine, using Swedish recipes with Mexican ingredients. “From their very first day they have been successful because of the good taste of their food, and so people are happy to return [...]

Coctel Cortometraje (Short Film Eye-Opener)

Alberto Avaleyda, Lisa Covert y Lorraine Pinley

Smile you Are in San Miguel By Karla Ortiz On July 25 the short film, Felipe Cossío del Pomar, the Fascinating Story of an Illustrious Peruvian in San Miguel de Allende directed by Ezequiel Morones, was shown at the restaurant La Parada Peruvian Flavors. The spectators were assistants, friends, and acquaintances who were interested in [...]

Another Day Filled with Art

Pat and Bill Harding, Alejandra Martinez y Tere Paradela

By Karla Ortiz Once again, The Chapel of Jimmy Ray opened its doors, this time to present the artistic projects of Ann Chamberlin, Patti Heid, and Anado McLauchlin, who transported to their audience their creativity and passion for art. Last Saturday, July 29, the In Company of Three was inaugurated in La Casa de las [...]

Mojigangas for everyone

Hermes Arroyo

By Karla Ortiz Hermes Arroyo is a recognized artist from San Miguel better known for his sculptures made from cardboard and for giving life¾along with other artists like Genaro Almanza¾to the town and its celebrations with the famous mojigangas that fill all kinds of events from religious to weddings to private parties with color And [...]

Tinacos: Storage for Water, and Maybe a canvas for Art


By Karla Ortiz “There is no water” is a common phrase that Mexicans encounter every day. Writer Vicente Leñero knew about it and used that phrase in his book La gota de agua which he tells the story of a family that is left without water supply and how builders and tinaco sellers try to [...]

Ni cables, ni internet inalámbrico

C cableado subterraneo2

Por Jesús Aguado Alambres de la Comisión Federal de Electricidad, MegaCable y Telmex, fueron eliminados del Centro Histórico junto a 48 postes que proveían de servicio a unas 500 familias. El resultado, mejor imagen urbana. Los postes (y cableado) que se retiraron estaban sobre la calle Hidalgo, Loreto y Reloj—entre Insurgentes y Calzada de la [...]

Imágenes que hacen de San Miguel, La Mejor Ciudad del Mundo

The pink Volkswaguen on Recreo Street

Por Jesús Aguado En 22 ediciones de World’s Best Awards por primera vez los lectores de la revista especializada en viajes Travel & Leisure, nombraron a San Miguel de Allende La Mejor Ciudad del Mundo. La página de la revista, indica que cada año se pide a los lectores—más de un millón por edición— alrededor [...]

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