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“The City is Changing”: Graffiti Art Resurfaces As Contentious Topic in City »

By Jesús Aguado With new regulations in place governing the nature of street art in San Miguel de Allende, a clash of opinions over graffiti in the city has erupted…

Nov 22 2019 / Comments Off / Read More »
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National Wool and Brass Festival »

By Breyton Méndez The 2019 National Wool and Brass Festival took place last week on November 14–15 at the Centro Cultural Ignacio Ramírez “El Nigromante,” (Bellas Artes). The first national…

Nov 22 2019 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Ignacio Allende Rides Again—or at Least His Statue Does »

By Jesús Aguado The larger-than-life statue of Ignacio Allende on horseback left his watch post over the city’s northern entrance on Friday, taken away by a crane for renovations. It’s…

Nov 22 2019 / Comments Off / Read More »

101 Faces, A Homage to Those Living »

By Jesús Aguado Hundreds of Sanmiguelenses attended a celebration at La Estación events hall that honored Daniela Doig and her newly published book, 101 Caras, which pays homage to living…

Nov 22 2019 / Comments Off / Read More »
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SMA’s New CRISMA Rehab Hospital Is the Most Advanced of Its Kind in México »

By Jesus Aguado On November 6, the Centro de Rehabilitación Integral San Miguel de Allende, better known as CRISMA, officially opened a new hospital for people with disabilities on a…

Nov 15 2019 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Former President Fox Seeks a San Miguel Theme Park Accommodating Disabilities »

By Jesús Aguado Vicente Fox is seeking a donation of municipal land for the construction of an adventure park that he said would be inclusive for those with disabilities the…

Nov 15 2019 / Comments Off / Read More »
Community

Rohr Jewish Learning Institute Debuts in San Miguel with New Course on Coping »

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By Daniel Huebner On December 4, the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute will open its doors in San Miguel de Allende with the course “Worrier to Warrior,” a new six-session course to help people deal with life challenges by accepting themselves and finding meaning in adversity.…

Nov 22 2019 / Comments Off / Read More »

Documentary Promises to Give Decades of Context to the Recent LeBaron Family Murders »

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By John Wharton Residents of San Miguel de Allende were shocked to hear that nine Americans were murdered in northern México last week. Although the incident first appeared to be a case of mistaken identity, recent coroner’s reports revealed that the women and children were…

Nov 22 2019 / Comments Off / Read More »
Life & Style

Image of St Veronica in San Miguel’s Parroquia Was Erased Due to Controversy »

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By Cheryl Young In the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC, there is an oil on wood painting by the German Hans Memling, one…

Nov 22 2019 / Comments Off / Read More »

Home, Studio, and Gallery Tour Shows Off Some of San Miguel’s Top Art Sites »

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By Maia Williams Bring your camera! The jaw-dropping homes and landscapes, studios and shops, and galleries we visit will create an unforgettable San Miguel experience.…

Nov 22 2019 / Comments Off / Read More »
News Mural en Canción India

“The City is Changing”: Graffiti Art Resurfaces As Contentious Topic in City

By Jesús Aguado With new regulations in place governing the nature of street art in San Miguel de Allende, a clash of opinions over graffiti in the city has erupted among advocates, lifelong residents, local government…

Nov 22 2019 / Read More »
Community JEWISH

Rohr Jewish Learning Institute Debuts in San Miguel with New Course on Coping

By Daniel Huebner On December 4, the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute will open its doors in San Miguel de Allende with the course “Worrier to Warrior,” a new six-session course to help people deal with life…

Nov 22 2019 / Read More »
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A Female Odd Couple Bring Hilarity to The Roommate,

By Fredric Dannen In playwright Jen Silverman’s two-hander, The Roommate, Sharon, a divorced Iowa housewife in her fifties, is seeking a woman her age to share her spacious house. She gets her roommate and a lot…

Nov 22 2019 / Read More »
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Documentary Revolution and the Resurgence of a Nation Mon, Apr 3, 1pm Teatro Santa Ana Reloj 50A 60 pesos This fascinating and informative documentary explores the forces that gave rise to the Mexican Revolution, the principal…

Mar 31 2017 / Read More »
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Image of St Veronica in San Miguel’s Parroquia Was Erased Due to Controversy

By Cheryl Young In the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC, there is an oil on wood painting by the German Hans Memling, one of the leading portrait artists of the Renaissance period. In this…

Nov 22 2019 / Read More »
Columns VISTAS

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…

Nov 22 2019 / Read More »
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Image of St Veronica in San Miguel’s Parroquia Was Erased Due to Controversy

By Cheryl Young In the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC, there is an oil on wood painting by the German Hans Memling, one of the leading portrait artists of the Renaissance period. In this…

Nov 22 2019 / Read More »
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Oktoberfest 2019

By Breyton Méndez Oktoberfest es una fiesta alemana que se realiza en San Miguel de Allende. El espíritu del evento gira entorno a la cerveza, producto alemán, pero que en nuestro país también es importante y…

Sep 3 2019 / Read More »

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