On February 16, 2010, the House of Representatives approved amendments to the Federal Cinematography Law, including the amendment to Article 8, which decrees the dubbing and subtitling of foreign films in Mexico.
Sometimes you may wonder where to go out from home to allow you contact with nature while not overexposing yourself.
Spring has sprung when we move our clocks forward to daylight saving time, and for many people, this is also time for some spring cleaning.
Picture a deadly pandemic going into its second year. Government officials insist on the need to continue social distancing, gathering bansand mask mandates.
At the City Council meeting on March 29 saw changes in Council representation. Five members are campaigning for mayor or for reelection.
Luis Alberto Villarreal, mayor of San Miguel de Allende, requested and was granted an indefinite leave of absence to pursue his candidacy for a second term as mayor.
Dozens of houses—single-family, duplex, and even triplex, stand on 28 hectares in the upper part of the city at Jardines de Allende.
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The Guadalupe-Reyes season is underway. It is not a surname, but a period of 40 consecutive days of celebrations that stretch from the commemoration of the Virgin of Guadalupe on Dec. 12 to Three Kings Day on Jan. 6.
San Miguel de Allende’s Association of Event Organizers and Venues has been working on an effort to position the city at a national and international tourism level for the past 10 years.
The charitable organization Amigos al 100 in conjunction with Casa Dragones donated KN95-style facemasks to the Patronato Pro Niños, La...
A year ago, the idea of the first urban gallery in San Miguel arose, and it is now a reality...
The Wild Substance is a collective exhibition that was born as an initiative of Casa Fehrrera with the purpose of articulating a group of artists whose body of work addresses psychedelia in the strict sense of its Greek root: ψυχή, “soul”, and δηλωτικό, “manifest”, that is, the manifestation of the soul, or, of the mind.
Have you discovered the Pleasures of Reading and writing in these strange days? If you haven’t, I will encourage you to do so. Quarantine times may be struggling, but books offer great comfort in countless aspects of our lives. That is the core for the 16th San Miguel International Writers’ Conference
“Vistas de San Miguel” is a graphic reportage of scenes and events in San Miguel de Allende by Susan Dorf, a local San Miguel artist who has an eye for noticing and capturing the unusual moments and details in everyday scenes.
Three inspired poets with roots in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico will kick off the 2020–2021 season of the San Miguel Poetry Café on Sep 10, 2020, at 5pm. It will be the first time the Poetry Café will be broadcast via Zoom, reaching a multinational audience for the first time.
Who would not love to return to their pre-crisis lives? Enjoying the outdoors and strolling the charming cobblestone streets of San Miguel de Allende, while learning about our beautiful city’s interesting history from an expert who is not only knowledgeable but also dedicated to ensuring your enjoyment.
As a student of environmental sciences at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, also known as the UNAM, Karina Bautista learned that we cannot count on government or existing legislation if we want to protect the environment.
There has been little discussion of foreign policy in the U.S. election campaign. Yet, whether Trump or Biden will direct foreign relations over the next four years, there will be fateful consequences for all.
A day like today, July 6th, but in 1907 the Mexican painter Magdalena Carmen Frida Kahlo Calderón was born.
We welcome Georgia Nicols, the famous Canadian astrologer whose horoscope columns appear in the most important press in Canada and other parts of the world. Don't miss her weekly horoscopes every Sunday only in atencionsanmiguel.org
I did a search on Amazon for some worthwhile documentaries. The list I’ve compiled has titles that are accessible in both English and Spanish.
There are some really worthwhile courses to consider from this Ivy League university. You can find them on the site online-learning.harvard.edu. The ones I am presenting here are all free of charge.
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