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Friends, music, and a book
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Friends, music, and a book

Little by little, the Biblioteca of San Miguel de Allende has begun to reopen. Inside the patio, on what is considered everyone's stage, the library hosted a first book presentation since the COVID pandemic that forced the Biblioteca to close.

The story of colors began here
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The story of colors began here

The Broken Windows Theory contends that if there is vandalism in a neighborhood, such as graffiti or broken windows, young people may think that it’s acceptable to commit major crimes.

Thirty centimeters of mud
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Thirty centimeters of mud

The cost to the state for the El Pípila underpass was 326 million pesos. At its completion many speculated about the possibility of flooding.

Public spaces are open
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Public spaces are open

The “normality” returns little by little. Public spaces have been closed since March 2020, but on June 16, 2021, the administration announced many re-openings.

No Rain, New Opportunities
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No Rain, New Opportunities

The residents of the Presa Allende area that is currently flooded, have traditionally been making bricks but also flowerpots, and other pottery vessels.