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Health and Prosperity for Our Pets


By Karla Ortiz Every January 17, animal lovers go to the church of the Oratorio to have their animals blessed. This day is celebrated as San Antonio de Abad Day, for the patron saint of all veterinarians. According to tradition, the blessing will protect the animals from all evil or disease, giving them health for [...]

Festive Celebration at the Opal Mine

David Mendoza

By Karla Ortiz The Opal Mine is a jewelry concept shop you should visit. Not only is their jewelry exclusive, but the unique interior of the store will make you feel as if you are in a real mine. Last Friday, the Opal Mine of San Miguel de Allende celebrated its second anniversary in grand [...]

Stay Safe and Prevent a Gas Leak


By Karla Ortiz Gas is a product that you use in everyday life. Whether you use a cylinder or a stationary tank, it needs to be taken care of and maintained to prevent accidents. LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) is the mixture of propane and butane gases that are present in crude oil and natural gas. [...]

Vegetable Tamales


By Karla Ortiz Since you found the baby Jesús in your slice of Three Kings bread, February 2 is coming up, and you have to pay for the tamales you must present to friends or coworkers. But why not make the tamales at home? This Candelaria Day, offer your friends, family, or co-workers a different [...]

Towers From the Past Emerge in the Present


By Jesús Aguado On the basin of the Laja River, among corn fields, mesquites, reeds, cattle, and adobe houses, religious centers emerge. These Indian chapels are rich in architectural, sculptural, and pictographic elements, Currently, after an unsuccessful project a few administrations back, some of these buildings are being used as barns, “for storing triques (things),” [...]

Civil Association Promotes Local Producers

Carmen and Mark Mackay

By Karla Ortiz Last Saturday, January 13, the first Mercaditos México exhibition was held in the TOSMA (Tianguis Orgánico San Miguel de Allende). This was the second on its tour, the first one having been held last December 17 in the Parque Bicentenario of Querétaro. Mercaditos México operates as a business incubator run by a [...]

I am the Library: Valentín Miranda Luna


By Karla Ortiz Young library scholarship holders are motivated to pursue their dreams for the same goal, personal and professional growth, as well as to contribute to the development of their town. One of these library scholarship holders is Valentín Luna, who at the age of 19 dreamed big and set goals to achieve, although [...]

Person of the Month: Robin Loving

Robin Loving

By Karla Ortiz The heart of Mexico, San Miguel de Allende, is enormous thanks to the people who have made it grow and who work every day to make a better world. Robin Loving, a beloved friend of the library and almost all of San Miguel, has decided to return to the US and Texas, [...]

Gas Leak and Explosion


By Jesús Aguado On the morning of Saturday, January 13, a crash occurred that was felt for a radius of two kilometers. The event left one of the towers of the residential development Capilla de Piedra uninhabitable and three persons injured, one of them trapped under the debris for six hours. Around 9am, officials said [...]

Allende’s Birthday Tribute

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By Jesús Aguado San Miguel is having a fiesta to celebrate the birth of Ignacio Allende. The commemoration will feature a parade, folkloric dances, two concerts, and fireworks. Verónica Rodríguez, Director of the Department of Education, told this paper that the occasion for celebration is the 249th anniversary of the birth of the War of [...]

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