December 2009 in Revue Magazine
In keeping with December traditions, DateBook includes a Christmas bazaar; a theatrical performance of How the Grinch Stole Christmas; listings for Quema del Diablo (Burn the Devil), celebrations and parades to honor the Virgen de Concepción; Christmas concerts, an opportunity to be a part of a Posada Navideña; and Día de la Virgen de Guadalupe celebrations. In addition there are art shows, lectures, musical events, workshops and much, much more.
For book lovers we have “Book Alerts;” “People and Projects” presents Thirteen Threads; and Anthony Brindisi gives us some holiday gift buying possibilities—all handmade by the women of San Rafael Chilascó.
There’s still more, “Great Escapes,” the final in the El Pilar series; “Sports”—and how giving, gives back; “Health Issues” reports on devastating statistics that are offset by dedicated people and their organizations who’ve found some workable solutions.
We dedicate this edition to Dr. John Cheatham, 1940-2009. He leaves the world a better place and forever an example of selflessness and service.
—John & Terry Kovick Biskovich
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