Mexico News U.S. Consular Agency in San Miguel accepting passport renewals The United States Consular Agency in San Miguel de Allende is now accepting applications for renewal of some adult, regular 10-year validity passports. They will also accept applications for the exchange of limited validity emergency passports for regular full passports (within one year of emergency passport issuance). ...
Mexico News 23 Micro-Destinations in Riviera Nayarit Riviera Nayarit has 23 micro-destinations that will sweep you off your feet. Some of the most famous are Sayulita, Nuevo Vallarta, San Pancho, Bucerías, and Punta de Mita. However, there are other tiny jewels that you can’t miss, including Lo de Marcos, Chacala, Chacala, San Blas, La Cruz de Huanacaxtle, or Litibú. All...
To call either Bill or Howard normal is an oxymoron. But then, being outside the norm is considered a compliment by most of us who live here, because we appreciate diversity and uniqueness.
My heart goes out to Soleil. She is a gentle, sweet, beautiful girl. Now that she is safe at the SPA, she wags her tail, softly puts her paw in your hand, and then switches paws so each can be massaged.
The big story making news over the last week has to be the colossal ransomware attacks that have affected hundreds of U.S. companies. In a blog post, the Russian-based REvil cybercrime gang all but admitted responsibility—and did so with impunity.
Elizabeth was born in Mexico City and Jean Marc is a Frenchman born in Casablanca, Morocco, but destiny wanted them to meet and found a circuitous route to accomplish this.
“On the Billboard” Film Club, (Cine Club “En Cartelera”) was launched in February 2016 with the intention of providing a platform for the screening and dissemination of films produced in Mexico and Latin America
For the first time ever, Pro Musica presents a summer season of live classical music so you can once again listen to world-class performers in person after the long interruption caused by the worst of the pandemic.
For the second time in recent months, La Biblioteca of San Miguel de Allende welcomes the presence of María Sánchez Lozano and her excellent band of musicians.
A dazzling array of color and sound: On Saturday, July 24, at 7pm, inspired movement will meet Middle Eastern music in a sumptuous display of belly dance in the Santa Ana theater of the public library of San Miguel de Allende.
This concert of zarzuelas and Mexican songs compiles some of the most beautiful arias of zarzuelas and pays tribute to the fusion of cultures that today make up the national identity in Mexico and uses art as the great element of union between Spain and Mexico.
A musical “tuna” group has nothing to do with fishing, nothing to do with the fruit of the nopal. It’s a tradition born in Spain in the 13th century when poor university students created musical brotherhoods and played their instruments as a group to raise money.
This musical exploration will be brought to the theater for the first time with Santa Ana being the venue for this leap to creation and improvisation. The concert will be presented on Wednesday, July 7, 2021,
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