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By Judy Newell   México News Rosewood Celebrates Day of the Dead Rosewood San Miguel de Allende is inviting travelers to celebrate México’s annual Day of the Dead with new experiences for hotel guests. “Día de los Muertos” is a traditional Mexican holiday that celebrates and honors the lives of loved ones who have passed [...]

Meet the SPA’s Adorable Puppies!


By Megan Gabel Having a puppy in your life will make you feel good! Puppies lift your spirits, blossom into becoming your best friend, are beneficial for your health (mental and physical), tend to increase your social interactions, and are just plain fun! We have four sweethearts who can perform these miracles for you. Toffee, [...]

Vaccines: Why Aare They Important for Our Dogs?

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By Marie Abercrombie A newborn dog receives its first line of defense against infectious and mortal illnesses through its mother’s colostrum and milk, rich in antibodies. Once the dog is weaned, it is susceptible to dangerous diseases that exist in the environment and in contact with other animals. It is important to make sure it [...]

Aesthetics Applied to Music—East Meets West

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By Tim Hazell The Occidental scale, devised by Pythagoras and perfected by Bach, has provided an enduring basis for musical composition in the West. However, it is not the only universal standard. The Middle East, for example, has a vast number of harmonic intervals that sound exotic to the Western ear. East and West have [...]

The Computer Corner


By Charles Miller Taking a Quick Screenshot Can Save Your Computer Repairperson Hours of Headaches More than three decades ago, if a computer user wanted to print a hard copy of what appeared on their screen, they could simply press the [PrtSc] key. That key is still there on PC keyboards. The print screen feature [...]

Vistas de San Miguel


“Vistas de San Miguel” is a graphic reportage of scenes and events in San Miguel de Allende by Susan Dorf, a local San Miguel artist who has an eye for noticing and capturing the unusual moments and details in everyday scenes. You can view the series and purchase prints on her website, as well as [...]

Travel News

By Judy Newell   México News Yucatan State looks to promote cultural tourism México’s Yucatán State, situated on the north end of the Yucatán Peninsula between Campeche and Quintana Roo, is looking to promote itself to travelers as a destination in its own right, separate from its more famous neighbors. “All of the Mayan culture, [...]

SPA Pets of the Month—October 2019


By Megan Gabel and Jayn Corral Thunder and her sister, Snowflake, are 3-1/2-year-old, medium-large beautiful dogs. Thunder is affectionate, smart, and playful. She enjoys going for a walk and is very friendly. She’d also be quite content to sprawl on your lap so you can lavish attention on her. Snowflake, a smart, playful, and energetic [...]

Imagination in the Plastic Arts

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By Tim Hazell In his process of forgetting and remembering things unseen, Argentinian poet Jorge Luis Borges (1899–1986) was free to listen to voices from other constellations. “Adam Cast Forth” shimmers like an oasis retreating before a traveler: Was there a Garden or was the Garden a dream? Amid the fleeting light, I have slowed [...]

If You’re Going to Buy a Color Inkjet Printer in This Climate, Here’s What You Need to Know


The Computer Corner By Charles Miller Okay! I can take a hint. Several emails that appeared in my inbox said they did not like my advice on the subject of printers that appeared here two weeks ago. The common refrain was that the writers all wanted a color printer that was trouble-free, long-lasting, and inexpensive. [...]

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