The municipal government’s Department of Culture and Traditions inaugurated the first station of the program “Libros Libres” (“Free Books”) in Colonia Guadalupe.
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.
I became an expert in healthy senior living by living in San Miguel de Allende since 1994, a town famous for the best quality of life for retired people.
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The president of Mexico Andrés Manuel López Obrador published on his social networks on Sunday afternoon that he is infected with COVID-19.
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador announced today in a morning conference that "any local company or government that wants to purchase vaccines for application in Mexico has authorization."
On Tues., Jan. 12, the new mobile unit of the Patronato Pro Niños was blessed. Its mission is to bring medical and dental care to communities. The religious ceremony was held in front of the parish of San Miguel Arcángel with Father José Alejandro Perales in charge of blessing the unit.
Abraham Vázquez and Leslie Coronado, students from the María del Refugio Aguilar Institute, together with the San Miguel de Allende Red Cross, donated toys, blankets and facemasks to the inhabitants of the Cinco Señores community in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato.
“Respiremos por la Vida” (Let’s Breathe for Life) is the most recent health program in San Miguel de Allende and its purpose is to provide oxygen to people who truly need it.
After a meeting between state and local authorities, the city government announced that joint public works, with a value of over 50 million pesos, will take place this year
About 284 communities in the municipality of San Miguel de Allende are considered vulnerable and marginalized.
In the San Miguel de Allende communities at the highest altitudes or in the mountainous areas, temperatures can drop to minus five degrees Celsius.
While current events mitigate against the usual plethora of musical options in San Miguel’s arts scene, there is still one place we can hear SMA’s diverse, outstanding music every week, and it is music for the soul. Our Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of San Miguel de Allende curates and orchestrates performances featuring musicians from all over and from all times, free for anyone
Please join us for Prose Café’s inaugural event of 2021, Thurs, Jan 7, live via Zoom, featuring three remarkable novelists. We’ll conclude our evening with a Q&A session between the authors and our audience.
With a teared eye all I could think about was how strange a world it is – where clean and bright and healthy souls could sing with such joy and spirit at Christmas time while others lived in such gut wrenching misery.
On Friday, December 11, the art exhibition “Permanent Painting” opened at the Cardinal Gallery on Mesones 76A, in San Miguel de Allende. Nine Mexican artists are featured in what Curator Ixchel Ledesma calls an exhibition of contemporary art which seeks to “evoke” and “question” the meaning of painting.
Less than a week before Jóvenes Adelante’s 2021 full application process even opens, almost 350 students have already submitted initial application forms to Jóvenes Adelante (JA). Over 140 have qualified to submit the full applications so far. Who knows how many more will apply before the deadline, Feb. 12th?
Join San Miguel PEN on Tues, Jan 26, at 6pm, San Miguel and Central Standard Time for the inaugural PEN Zoom Winter Lecture, in which Corchado will discuss “the epicenter of my homelands, and the challenges ahead for the Biden administration.”
With enormous regret, the 100 Women Who Care Steering Committee has decided it would not be responsible for us to meet for our scheduled Jan. 18 in-person meeting.
The market had shut its doors early last year as the seriousness of the pandemic became known, and had gradually reopened, amid rumors that the administration was having difficulty enforcing the use of face coverings, which the Centers for Disease Control has been recommending since last spring for all public gatherings.
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 San Miguel Poetry Café will host internationally acclaimed poet Cecilia Woloch, who will read via Zoom on Thurs, Jan 28, 5pm.
Don’t let COVID prevent you from attending these world-class literary events, our January programs, right in your own home!
A perfect day for me could be a Wednesday, since I find them a little more interesting because of my participation in the radio.
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