March 2009 in Revue Magazine
Welcome to our anniversary issue. We are so thankful for the incredible support the REVUE has received for the past seventeen years—from readers, advertisers and the community in general. Six of our current sponsors have been with us from Day One, when the magazine consisted of 10 black and white pages, and we would like to especially thank them: Doña Luisa Xicotencatl, La Fonda de la Calle Real, Christian Spanish Academy, Café Panchoy, Las Antorchas and Tienda Delicio, S.A.
To the too-many-to-mention sponsors that may not have been with us from the beginning, but have been with us for many, many years (and you know who you are), we appreciate your trust and confidence.
Speaking of the past, we have dusted off a number of previous articles that deserve to see the light of day again. From the life and times of artist/architect Pat Crocker to a voyage along the beautiful Río Dulce. From the intricately carved Nahualá table to angry jungle wasps. We’ve even included a couple penned by our own hand, from Out of the Blue to The True Adventures of Taymor.
Also inside this month, our current fare of fun stuff: People and Projects, DateBook Highlights, an amusing Lake View of HDD, La Antigua ranked #1 on a list of top cities, making changes in our lives, some excellent photographs, the color white is discussed and, as always, a ton of cultural events to be seen and heard.
If you missed our annual January Photo Issue, you can still see all the striking images at www.revuemag.com, just click on Archives. There were over 17,000 downloads of the January REVUE in PDF format, adding the 20,000 in print monthly our circulation has certainly increased substantially since 1992.
We hope you enjoy this issue and the issues to come, and thanks again for reading our pages for lo these many years.
—John & Terry Kovick Biskovich
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