Revue Magazine October 2019


Animals are reliable, many full of love, true in their affections,
predictable in their actions, grateful and loyal.
Difficult standards for people to live up to.
—Alfred A. Montapert

“El Abuelo” by Tato Estralday

The month began with Día del Niño (Oct. 1) and ends on Oct. 31 with Halloween. In between, there are all kinds of activities, events, art shows and more. The Film Alert this month is Bird in the Sky by Robert Flanagan/AJAX Films. He also produced and directed Maximón – Santo o Diablo. For other fun listings, you’re just a click away:

A big thank you to everyone who entered the October photo contest “Pets in Guatemala.” There were so many wonderful images that we decided to make this a special edition. Also, much appreciation to Linda Green for her article Where Does Your Dog Sleep at Night? We have published it in previous editions and continue to do so because it’s always timely.

Amalia Moreno-Damgaard’s article Latino Diversity is Beyond Skin Deep celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States, and Hada Cruz features October & Novemember Traditions in Guatemala.

Thanks to all of our online readers, enjoy the interesting month of October.

Terry and John Biskovich – Publishers

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