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The City Says “No” to Incidental Tourists

The City Says “No” to Incidental Tourists

San Miguel de Allende, which was initially intent on reopening its economy in four phases (Phase 0, 1, 2 and 3), has gradually changed its mind. It has not yet reached Phase 1—the phase during which hotels were originally permitted to open—much less Phase 3, when social events can be reactivated, but it has implemented interim measures. The City Council approved the opening of hotels at 40 percent capacity and reactivation of weddings with an initial capacity of 150 people .

San Miguel de Allende traffic light is orange now

San Miguel de Allende traffic light is orange now

On August 5 of this year, the state of Guanajuato moved to orange the traffic light. This means the reactivation of some activities in the state. The Secretary of State Health Daniel Díaz Martínez and Mauricio Usabiaga Díaz Secretary of Sustainable Economic Development gave the announcement.

ART

Vistas de san Miguel

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.

José Luis Arias: An exemplary artist in San Miguel

José Luis Arias: An exemplary artist in San Miguel

José Luis is a visual artist from Mazatlán, Sinaloa. He has been working for the past 25 years as art gallery director and docent. At present, he has a studio in the Hotel Sierra Nevada location across from the wash basins near El Chorro. He conducts classes at this location and he also creates his works of art here.

Becoming Art

Becoming Art

Art may not be considered an essential business, but it is an essential part of life. It helps us understand the world around us and promotes creativity, which helps us cope with grief and adapt to new challenges. In the post-pandemic world, we will need to tap into our deepest reservoirs of adaptability.

Art Pays Tribute to Women

Art Pays Tribute to Women

“Mis Chiquitinas” is an art exhibit by Wendy Ramirez, a 26-year-old artist from León, showing 15 oil paintings that pay homage to women.

NGO NEWS

Racism and Identity

Racism and Identity

The problem of racism has captured public attention in the United States as tens of thousands of protesters fill the streets of every major city as well as many small towns. Largely peaceful protestors.

Best Documentaries on Netflix

Best Documentaries on Netflix

We all wish that this lockdown were finally over, but the truth remains that we have to stay at home and take all the health measures as suggested by the health authorities. I have prepared a list of documentaries that are worth watching.

Rainy Nights

Rainy Nights

hen the storms come late in the afternoon, what is better than getting a fragrant cup of coffee, reclining in a comfortable sofa alongside your family, spouse or partner, and starting to search through the many films available online?

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