Revue Magazine February 2021
Welcome to the February 2021 edition of Revue. The theme of our Photo Contest this month Friends & Lovers in Guatemala goes hand-in-hand with the tradition of Valentine’s Day. Though the origins are shrouded in mystery, Valentine greetings were popular as far back as the Middle Ages, though written Valentine’s didn’t begin to appear until after 1400.
Also in this issue, Elizabeth Rose writes about Matthew Paneitz receiving the Sargent Shriver Humanitarian Award and how his NGO Long Way Home Hero School continues to help communities.
Mark Walker gives us the inside scoop on The Future of the Peace Corps in Guatemala, and what has happened with the organization since the pandemic.
When Words are not Enough is a group show of contemporary visual artists from Guatemala and the United States on display in La Antigua through April 4.
Thank you for reading Revue and we wish you all the best in all of your quests.
Terry & John Biskovich, Publishers