In a historical building, with a current staff of 150, Mama Mia restaurant is preparing to reopen, and hopes for success once again. The restaurant’s history started with Adriano’s, a small restaurant located in the Posada La Fuente hotel. The patio was filthy, and some of the hotel’s clients, unable to pay their bills and perhaps harboring stolen goods, would flee through a window on Calle Jesús. The hotel was awful and the restaurant was a failure.
The Mona Lisa Mystery
In 1911, the Mona Lisa was stolen from the Louvre in Paris, France. How does author and artist Jonathan Santlofer take this one known fact and weave it into a suspenseful tale of what might have happened around this famous theft and its eventual return to the Louvre two years later?
Jesse Harris In Concert with Todd Clouser and Doug Robinson
Clouser will debut songs from a forthcoming Jesse Harris-produced record called “Time Is a Healer.”
How many artists are too many?
Carlos Caban visited San Miguel in 1995, and his work was well received here. Soon he began teaching art at Instituto Allende. Here, one afternoon he ran into a woman who caught his eye.
Red Dresses and Missing Women
May 5, 2010, marked the first Red Dress Day to grieve and remember the missing and murdered indigenous women of Canada.
Giant Spiders to Invade San Miguel de Allende!
Ellory will screen his award-winning short film that started it all, an homage to the black and white creature features of the 1950s, “Larger Than Life.”
Premium Scholarships: What They Mean to a Student
As word of the availability of Jóvenes Adelante's Premium Scholarship program has spread more widely and deeply into SMA communities, the number of students seeking a place has doubled in each of the past two years.
MyStudio/MiEstudio Pop Up Art Exhibit at Instituto Allende
Call To Artists of San Miguel De Allende
If you’ve been itching to go outdoors to paint, you are cordially invited to join us.
Remnants…of My Town
For this coming season of the Day of the Dead celebrations, Galería Manuk will be showing oil paintings of María Ayala in Restaurant La Doña.
Day of the Dead Extravaganza at Casa del la Cuesta
Friday, October 29, through Monday, November 1, visitors can enjoy a Day of the Dead Extravaganza. Each day at 1 pm Heidi LeVasseur will give an informative talk on the traditions of Day of the Dead in front of her stunning personal altar.