This fall, book your all-inclusive dream vacation prior to October 31 at La Colección by Fiesta Americana locations in Cancun, Cozumel, Los Cabos, Puerta Vallarta, and Punta Cana.
El Silencio is a hotel completely rooted in mezcal. Mezcal El Silencio, the largest purveyor of mezcal in the United States, is the brand behind this property.
The State of Hidalgo, a neighbor of Querétaro and the State of Mexico, has so much natural and cultural wealth that it would take several weeks to discover at least the most important sites.
By Natalie Taylor In 1995, after reading about San Miguel de Allende, Stan Levenson told his wife Carole that...
One of my clients emailed me complaining that her internet was not working. She was probably discomfited to learn that the problem was that she had simply mistyped the name of The New York Times website. In doing so, she stumbled upon a case of cybersquatting I had not previously known about.
By Megan Gabel For those of you who love animals, but can’t adopt or are deterred about venturing out...
In March of last year, Alexander Pashkov gave us two wonderful concerts in St. Paul’s Church. So it’s with great joy that we welcome him back to open our 2021-22 season on Sunday, October 17, at 5pm.
Eugenio Vargas is a partner in the Sánchez, Armas y Vargas Law Firm. He is a San Miguel man who is passionate about the traditions of the people of the city and the peace he finds inside its colorful walls.
It is on Sunday, October 10, when the 50 and 25 years of Profession of the Secular Franciscan Order are commemorated.
Nurse Jessica Frick has lived in San Miguel the last four years. When politics were getting “a little crazy” in the US she and her husband decided it was time to leave—with seven pets. They packed and found this city.
Thank You Life is the next concert in the series of María Sánchez, and it will take place on Tuesday, October 5 at the amazing patio of the Biblioteca.
Poetry Mesa, a global poetry community serving poets and poetry, will present “A Night with Walt Whitman”
One of the classic bars of San Miguel, where even the name has not changed in years, is Hank’s.
The play begins with Ignacio, a 14-year-old young man, lying on the floor.
But what happened?
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