To start with, a few questions: What year is the student in? What kinds of grades does the student have? Are there any others in the family who went to college?
A little bit of Paris in San Miguel de Allende
Sebastien Marulier is charming and welcoming; he loves to chat and tells me all about his life before he came to San Miguel.
What is an Escrow Contract?
How can the parties in a sale be protected? By using the legal instrument called "escrow," an instrument that originated in the United States.
Galeria Atotonilco Fall Open House
The State of Hidalgo: Cultural destination
The State of Hidalgo, a neighbor of Querétaro and the State of Mexico, has so much natural and cultural wealth that it would take several weeks to discover at least the most important sites.
A sprinkling of magic dust
By Natalie Taylor In 1995, after reading about San Miguel de Allende, Stan Levenson told his wife Carole that they ought to try vacationing there. She wouldn’t hear of it. “We live in a small town in the Catskills in New York,” she said, “why would we want to go to a small mountain...
Lecture: Water Scarcity and a New Class of Water Contamination
Our water crisis is increasingly affecting us all, even in the urban centers, and this is a great opportunity to learn more about the different aspects of our two main water problems.
Empowering Girls and Young Women Through Education
On September 28 and 29, the volunteers who manage the non-profit organization Mujeres en Cambio distributed scholarship funds to girls and young women lucky, determined, and talented enough to be in their program.
Pianist Alexander Pashkov Kicks off Pro Musica Fall Concert Season
In March of last year, Alexander Pashkov gave us two wonderful concerts in St. Paul’s Church. So it’s with great joy that we welcome him back to open our 2021-22 season on Sunday, October 17, at 5pm.
Upping its Game as Always
Jóvenes Adelante's students challenge themselves to radically change the course of their lives in modern day Mexico.