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.
If you have ever been confused about why your smart phone seems to work sometimes but not others, or some features seem to work but not others; you are not alone.
But, let’s just chill and call that event the final throes of a nasty, moribund year. Let’s reset and think of all the good to come.
Two weeks ago around 25 people were forced to leave a private party in the inner court of the Plaza de Toros
We can all chip in to help dogs and cats lead safer more secure lives in San Miguel de Allende.
There is a problem well-known among computer techs, one that I call “brain lock.” Your laptop can become temporarily frozen, and therefore unable to respond.
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San Miguel de Allende’s Civil Protection released the names of the five local laboratories now authorized to carry out the COVID-19 test.
The University Center for Health Sciences of the University of Guadalajara reported a possible new mutation of COVID-19: the E484K or Erik strain. So far the strain has been identified in four patients from Jalisco.
The Deputy Minister of Health Hugo López Gatell announced in a press conference that registrations will open for people 60 years of age or older to request the COVID-19 vaccine.
During the contingency, producers of aguamiel (mead) and pulque (a traditional alcoholic drink made from fermented aguamiel) claim that sales have increased.
Members of the community send Farewell messages to Tim Hazell, our dear friend and contributor who passed away a few days ago.
Ernesto Herrera was the co-founder and president of Expresión en Corto, later Guanajuato International Film Festival (GIFF) through which he shared international film culture with the people of Mexico. After almost a month fighting COVID-19, he lost the battle;
The extraordinary world of the young Japanese artist, Yui Sakamoto, will once again open its portals to the San Miguel de Allende public.
The 8th annual exhibition of the ceramic works of internationally acclaimed artist Gustavo Pérez is now open at Galería Atotonilco. San Miguel de Allende residents have a rare opportunity for the first view of a large selection of these world-famous works.
This concert, full of love and gratitude, is dedicated to that great being of strict goodness and sublime heart that I had the happiness and fortune to have as a father.
The final two events of the January Session of San Miguel de Allende’s “Literary Season Online” both occur on Sat, Jan 23.
February is the month of love and friendship, culminating on the fourteenth of the month—a day dedicated to lovers everywhere.
As an activity to encourage creativity and writing, at Ojalá Niños, children of the San Miguel Viejo community were asked to tell us how they have experienced the pandemic
Our grant application for dry composting toilets was approved! US$212,236.20 provides education, training, and construction materials to 135 rural families for dry composting toilets.
We are in for a unique and rich treat for readers and writers interested in exploring the personal essay with the acclaimed writer, Iraj Isaac Rahmin. Rahmim will begin with a reading of his work and then we’ll move to an interview and discussion with the audience.
I have been in San Miguel for 18 years and really love it. I am president of the San Miguel de Allende Tourist Council and president of the Food Bank. I am a hotel lover, and that leads me to get up early in the morning.
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