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Hilton Opens First Latin American Canopy Hotel in Cancun
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Hilton Opens First Latin American Canopy Hotel in Cancun

Travel News By Judy Newell Mexico News Hilton debuted its lifestyle Canopy by Hilton brand in the Caribbean and Latin America with the new Canopy by Hilton Cancun La Isla, which officially opened this past month. The new, 174-room urban hotel is set in Cancun’s Hotel Zone overlooking Nichupté Bay. Amenities include the Wander Rooftop Bar, an outdoor pool, a shallow chaise lounge soaking pool, and a...

Ratatouille – Mediterranean Nuance
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Ratatouille – Mediterranean Nuance

By Tim Hazell Ratatouille is a French Provençal stewed vegetable dish sometimes referred to as ratatouille niçoise. Recipes and cooking times differ widely, but common ingredients include tomato, garlic, onion, courgette (zucchini), aubergine (eggplant), bell pepper, and any combination of leafy green herbs common to the region. The word ratatouille derives from the French Occitan...

Pro Musica Youth Chamber Orchestra—Tenacity Under Pressure
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Pro Musica Youth Chamber Orchestra—Tenacity Under Pressure

By Tim Hazel Despite the current worldwide pandemic, I have received incredible support and positive energy from fans of the Youth Chamber Orchestra, telling me how much they appreciate our high-quality concerts that are not hard on the pocketbook. I believe that now, as never before, people will require the healing energy that great masterworks...

Mental Health: Skin Hunger
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Mental Health: Skin Hunger

By Natalie Taylor Human beings are inherently social creatures—from the moment we are born until we die, we have a need to be touched. This is why babies deprived of touch do not thrive, and why prisoners in solitary confinement often report craving human contact as much as freedom. The Touch Research Institute of Miami...

“Where Can We Live in Peace?”
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“Where Can We Live in Peace?”

Film “Where Can We Live in Peace” Sun, May 17, 4pm Meeting ID: 835 3529 8670 Password: 142189 Contributions to support Abba House’s purchase of a home better suited to its mission will be solicited. By Joseph Plummer Mark your calendar for 4pm, Sunday, May 17, and participate in an online viewing and discussion of...

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Online Service
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Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Online Service

“Money and Me” Speaker: Rev David Usher Sun, May 17, 10:30am Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/414604040 Password: 294513 Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Online Service By Joseph Plummer In this Sunday’s online sermon by the UU Fellowship of SMA, visiting speaker Rev David Usher will turn to a topic touching almost everyone these days. Money, he will tell his...

A Free Podcast Channel Launched in San Miguel De Allende
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A Free Podcast Channel Launched in San Miguel De Allende

By Fredric Dannen In 2004, a British journalist combined the word “broadcast” with the word “iPod”–at the time a widely used portable media player–and came up with a new term: podcast. The podcast is a pre-recorded radio program that is broadcast via the internet rather than over the radio. Back in 2004, you might download...

The Challenge Is Starting From Zero
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The Challenge Is Starting From Zero

By Jesús Aguado The engine that runs San Miguel de Allende is at a standstill and it has impacted thousands of families. More than 90 percent of hotels are closed, as well as restaurants, artisanal shops, wedding events—everything has stopped. Some of these industries hope that a scaled reopening of tourist-related businesses will start in...

Eyes and Ears Are on May 18
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Eyes and Ears Are on May 18

By Jesús Aguado On May 9, the State Secretariat of Public Health modified the data on persons in San Miguel sick with COVID-19. He assured that four of the last patients who had contracted the disease have recovered. For that reason, at least based on the registered numbers, San Miguel recorded no patients with the...