Water quality is not static. It varies throughout the region and also continues to change over time.
Dance! Flamenco Dance Theater
Next Monday, September six, a very special intensive workshop will begin, a comprehensive proposal that combines dance, theater, body language and art therapy.
Cansino Bio Suggests Second Dose Of Covid-19 Vaccine
CanSino Bio recommends the application of a second dose of the vaccine
Rodrigo Reynoso’s Magical World of Pop and Urban Art
Thanks to such gifted artists as Rodrigo Reynoso, Pop Art is alive and well and happily thriving in the world’s great metropolises.
How Feed the Hungry San Miguel Will Go “Back to School”
Feed the Hungry San Miguel typically provides hot meals at school kitchens in 36 communities.
Popular Consultation August 2021
Yesterday, August 1, 2021, a referendum was held in Mexico that summoned 93 million Mexicans
Kitten Population Explosion at the SPA
For more than a year, COVID-19 closed most of the sterilization blitzes in San Miguel de Allende. And guess what? San Miguel, as I am sure is the same for most other communities, is experiencing an explosion of homeless and unwanted kittens and puppies.
Professional Golf Tour Supports Casita Linda and San Miguel Viejo Families
By Catherine Marenghi Casita Linda, a non-profit organization that builds homes for the most needy families in San Miguel de Allende, announced today that it has received a donation of 16 new mattresses and cash from golf professionals and executives of the Professional Golf Tour. The donations will benefit two families in San Miguel...
The SPA’s July Dental Discount Special Has Started
By Megan Gabel July is dental discount month at the SPA clinic. Improve your pet’s dental health and overall health, quality of life, and general well-being by having your dog’s or cat’s teeth cleaned (by removing plaque and tartar). SPA residents Sugar and Nadia are looking forward to their dental cleanings. During July, our...
Of All the Towns in All the World: La Ultima Gringa’s Daughter
Georgeann Johnson’s mother, Betty Kempe, came down to explore San Miguel with her three daughters in 1957.