Revue Magazine April 2020


These are very difficult days we are all dealing with. Our hearts go out to the medical and service personnel for perservering in their important work, and hope everyone who can be, is sheltering in place when possible.
This month, we would like to offer information about changes our advertisers’ have made regarding their hours of business, service offerings and online availability. If you want to know more about a specific business, you can call or click to their website.
Many restaurants offer delivery/pickup orders, some companies are continuing services via Zoom or Face Time, and art galleries and others can give their viewers online virtual tours. Some business, unfortunately, are closed for the time being.
REVUE photo contest

2nd Place Judges Vote “Aspirante” Escuela de Cristo, Antigua by Fernando Orozco

In this issue, we pay a Tribute to Semana Santa through photographs of past celebrations. Thanks to the marvelous photographers who shared their images. Hadazul Cruz presents Sculpture during the Colonial Era, a period when several notable and talented sculptors emerged, leaving behind incredible works of art that are still marveled at today.
Chef and author Amalia Moreno-Damgaard thinks that the Lenten season is also an opportunity to explore foods outside the normal realm of traditional choices. She proves her point with a delicious recipe for the Danish dish Smorrebrod.
We pay our respects to the Municpal Fire Department of La Antigua Guatemala with a historical summary, highlighting the excellent support given by the Rotary Club Guatemala Sur.
We hope with some interesting reading and beautiful photography we can help bring a bit of solace to these extreme times. Stay safe.

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