Day: March 24, 2020

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A Magical Garden Concert with Champagne, Canapés, and the Axiom Brass Quintet!
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A Magical Garden Concert with Champagne, Canapés, and the Axiom Brass Quintet!

  ConcertPro Musica Concert SeriesGarden Concert, Axiom Brass QuintetFri, Mar 27, 5pmCalle Potranca 15650 pesoswww.promusicasma.orgpromusicasma@aol.com By Linda Laino Every year Pro-Musica ends the season with its famous Garden Concert where you will enjoy not only wonderful music but also unlimited Prosecco and thousands of delectable canapés during a 45-minute interval in a magical private garden...

“Two Strategies for Confronting Problems of Water: Industrial Agriculture and Climate Change”
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“Two Strategies for Confronting Problems of Water: Industrial Agriculture and Climate Change”

  LectureVía Orgánica and Educación Colaborativa present“Two Strategies for Confronting Problems of Water: Industrial Agriculture and Climate Change”Speakers: Diana Hoogesteger and Leticia Merino PérezFri, Mar 27, 10am–1pmBellas ArtesHernández Macías 75, CentroAdmission: FreeBilingual with translation By Liz Mestres In the state of Guanajuato, more than 80 percent of groundwater is used by industrial agriculture and its products...

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Japonisme: A Pictorial Revolution Dissemination and Cross-Fertilization

Lecture“Japonisme: A Pictorial Revolution DisseminationAnd Cross-Fertilization”Tue, Mar 24, 3pm and 5pmStudio 6464 San Jorge, Colonia San Antonio300 pesos per person Reservations:bea_aaronson@hotmail.comPlease specify which session By Béa Aaronson, PhD What is Japonisme? It is a French term that was first used by Jules Claretie in his book L’Art Francais, 1872. It refers to the influence of...

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Online Service
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Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Online Service

“Affirming and Defending Democracy: A Religious Principle”Rev Tom RosielloSun, March 22, 10:30amzoom.us/j/8101921501 Today in the US and elsewhere, the democratic process is under attack. Voter suppression efforts are in full swing. Foreign nations interfere in the electoral process. Billionaire candidates and multinational corporations try to buy elections and unduly influence legislative processes. Many people see...

Delinquent Taxes can lead to Passport Revocation
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Delinquent Taxes can lead to Passport Revocation

By Paul Carlino If you owe more than US$53,000 to the Internal Revenue Service (including penalties and interest), the US State Department can deny your pending passport application or revoke your current passport. If you are a US citizen living abroad, passport revocation not only limits your ability to get back into the US, but...

Live Concert
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Live Concert

Live Concert“Frans Bloem: Kabarett Beyond Borders”Fri–Sat, Mar 20–21, 5pm250 pesos Live Concert“Men’s Tribute to Women Songwriters”Sun, Mar 22, 3pm200 pesos Live Music/VarietyOpen MicTue, Mar 24, 5pm80 pesos Live TheaterAshes to Ashes by Harold PinterWed–Sun, Mar 25–29, 3pm250 pesos All events are in Shelter Theater. “Frans Bloem: Kabarett Beyond Borders” By John Wharton Harold Pinter, the...

“Justice shelters and protects against the sentence pronounced by the regional hall of Center 3 of the federal tribunal of administrative justice on August 20, 2019, of judgment 3652/18.” Resolution of the magistrates.  *Explanation from Jesus required-RM
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“Justice shelters and protects against the sentence pronounced by the regional hall of Center 3 of the federal tribunal of administrative justice on August 20, 2019, of judgment 3652/18.” Resolution of the magistrates. *Explanation from Jesus required-RM

     INAH’S Discretion Halted In San Miguel de Allende, demolished walls, modified facades, walls and construction with heights beyond designated norms, excavation up to three meters deep and eight meters wide—are some of the building rules disregarded in the last few years. Many of these transgressions are taking place in the historic center of...

Court Rules to Protect the Natural Preservation Zone
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Court Rules to Protect the Natural Preservation Zone

By Jesús Aguado Changes made by the city council to the Urban and Ecological Territorial Plan (PMDUOET) has left the Charco del Ingenio Preserve and adjacent zones unprotected. Rodrigo Treviño, spokesperson for the Observatorio Cuidadano, and Mario Hernández, Director of Los Charcos, told Atención that this change could open the door to developments like Capilla...

It Has Been 10 Years of Friendship. Congratulations!
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It Has Been 10 Years of Friendship. Congratulations!

By Jesús Aguado The last decade has had a positive impact on Sanmiguelenses, and it is due in part to the Foundation of Amistad Canada that has supported education, social justice, and health in the community. On March 12, Amistad Canada celebrated its 10th anniversary at the Instituto Allende and featured dancing mojigangas (giant puppets),...