October 2009 in Revue Magazine
Lots of fun stuff happening in October, the DateBook is overflowing: art exhibits, photo workshops, theater productions, discussions and lectures, expositions, book and film presentations, festivals, dance groups and classes, social gatherings, halloween parties and plenty of live music.
In his Lake Views column, Dwight Wayne Coop gives us a peculiar theory on why October 12 is not “Colón Day.” Ignacio Ochoa gives us some tips and history of traditional kite making in Santiago Sacatepéquez. Judy Cohen’s second installment on honey covers the healing aspects of this amazing food.
El Pilar is a beautiful natural habitat just outside of Antigua, and we explore it via Laura McNamara’s writing. McNamara also interviewed Guatemala personality Vida Amor De Paz for this issue.
Revue columnists Ken Veronda writes a picture describing the joys of the kites of October and Karmen Guevara encourages us to “Become the Master.”
May your October be better than what you expected and we’ll see you next month.
—John & Terry Kovick Biskovich
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