Why is San Miguel de Allende in the heart of so many people? Some believe it started in the 1950s when the city became famous among Americans thanks to Walt Disney
In San Miguel, schools— public and private—registered to participate in the pilot program to return to in-person classes in Guanajuato State.
Human ingenuity is amazing–not only will it bring us out of the pandemic, it can also offer hope to save the planet for future generations.
A big challenge involved in writing a newspaper column is that what is written one day can be immediately overtaken by events before the next edition of Atención is printed. That is what just happened here, calling for a minor update to the advice dispensed only last week.
The SPA’s annual Pet Food Money Bank fundraiser is our only major fundraiser of the year.
A strategy I highly recommend is setting up a new email account to be used for banking and for banking only.
Plastic waste is highly visible—we see it uglifying and harming our lands and waters everywhere.
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Mexico’s National Association of Private Schools (ANEP) announced that starting Mar. 1, the private schools belonging to the association will open their doors for optional in-person classes, despite the federal government’s epidemiological traffic light restrictions.
The municipal government’s Department of Culture and Traditions inaugurated the first station of the program “Libros Libres” (“Free Books”) in Colonia Guadalupe.
Guanajuato is one of the 12 states that will suffer power cuts from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. today, Feb. 16.
Don Refugio “Cuco” Ramírez has just turned 93 years old, and has received his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Property damage in just one of the two recent fires in San Miguel de Allende amounted to some two million pesos. Neither of the businesses—Láminas de San Miguel (April 4) and Autohotel Luna (April 9)—had a Civil Protection Plan.
As soon as April 5 rolled around, candidates for mayor of San Miguel de Allende opened their campaigns, though on a smaller scale due to the COVID-19 contingency. Some held rallies, others opted to celebrate mass.
At the City Council meeting on March 29 saw changes in Council representation. Five members are campaigning for mayor or for reelection.
Tim is known throughout our community as a Renaissance man who brought joy, enthusiasm, and expertise to everything that he did.
Galería Calderoni will feature t for the first time in the city the renowned Mexican painter Maru Vázquez, who has a fruitful career in the art world for over 45 years. The inauguration of Maru’s work will be tomorrow, Saturday, February 12, at Galería Calderoni, within Fábrica La Aurora.
in his presentation to the Mid-Day Rotary Club on Tuesday, April 13, Butterfield is focusing a cultural and historical lens on the Virgin of Guadalupe, also called “La Vírgen Morena,”
Kenia and Felipe de Jesús are both La Biblioteca’s scholarship holders with Scholarship Plus and Extra.
Siembra de Libros (Book Crossing) is a project that seeks, through the donation of books, to be able to leave and find books in public spaces where everyone has the possibility of accessing them
On Tuesday, March 16, 2021 at 10am the medical laboratory Equipar will present a workshop on Production of vaccines, development and scaling of bioprocesses.
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