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New strain of COVID-19 in Mexico

New strain of COVID-19 in Mexico

On Sun., Jan. 10, the Tamaulipas government reported the first patient in Mexico with a new strain of COVID-19 called B117. According to the Department of Health, the patient has been intubated since Saturday.

NEWS

Tourism at a Low Point: The Industrial Sector Takes the Lead

Tourism at a Low Point: The Industrial Sector Takes the Lead

Although in San Miguel de Allende the tourism sector was the hardest hit in 2020, it appears that this industry will grow in 2021, as hotel chains such as Marriot, Pueblo Bonito, Hyatt, and Hilton will come to town. Concurrently, companies in San Miguel’s industrial zone should also expand, and that labor pool, currently 6,500, should increase.

The Allende Celebration is Nearing

The Allende Celebration is Nearing

Busts, as well as standing and seated equestrian sculptures in the city pay permanent homage to Ignacio Jesús Pedro Regalado de Allende y Unzaga, the hero whose surname it adopted, and who led up to 40,000 men during the armed independence uprising of 1810.

ART

Let UUFSMA’s World Class Music Enliven Your Soul

Let UUFSMA’s World Class Music Enliven Your Soul

While current events mitigate against the usual plethora of musical options in San Miguel’s arts scene, there is still one place we can hear SMA’s diverse, outstanding music every week, and it is music for the soul. Our Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of San Miguel de Allende curates and orchestrates performances featuring musicians from all over and from all times, free for anyone

San Miguel Prose Café

San Miguel Prose Café

Please join us for Prose Café’s inaugural event of 2021, Thurs, Jan 7, live via Zoom, featuring three remarkable novelists. We’ll conclude our evening with a Q&A session between the authors and our audience.

Christmas Contrasts

Christmas Contrasts

With a teared eye all I could think about was how strange a world it is – where clean and bright and healthy souls could sing with such joy and spirit at Christmas time while others lived in such gut wrenching misery.

Art opening “Permanent Painting”

Art opening “Permanent Painting”

On Friday, December 11, the art exhibition “Permanent Painting” opened at the Cardinal Gallery on Mesones 76A, in San Miguel de Allende. Nine Mexican artists are featured in what Curator Ixchel Ledesma calls an exhibition of contemporary art which seeks to “evoke” and “question” the meaning of painting.

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How Mercado Sano is Coping with COVID

How Mercado Sano is Coping with COVID

The market had shut its doors early last year as the seriousness of the pandemic became known, and had gradually reopened, amid rumors that the administration was having difficulty enforcing the use of face coverings, which the Centers for Disease Control has been recommending since last spring for all public gatherings.

Short Film Script Workshop

Short Film Script Workshop

This workshop taught by Laura Santullo will provide a theoretical approach to several of the fundamental tools when writing a film script through a hands-on process of guided writing.

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