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- Feliz 5 de mayo 10 hours ago It’s Cinco de Mayo, but in Oaxaca, like most of Mexico, it’s a business as usual kind of day; schools are in session, businesses and banks are open, and deliveries are being made. The cervesas and mezcal may be flowing and guacamole may be served, but no more than usual. Only in Puebla,...
- Why they march 4 days ago It’s International Workers’ Day and workers all over the globe are marching. They march to celebrate past victories; they march to proclaim the dignity of work; they march to defend the right to collective bargaining; they march to demand living wages and safe working conditions; and they march...
- To the children... 5 days ago Feliz Día del Niño (Day of the Child) to children everywhere! Forever Young by Bob Dylan May God bless and keep you always May your wishes all come true May you always do for others And let others do for you May you build a ladder to the stars And climb on every rung May […]
- Flamboyant flamboyantes 6 days ago The Flamboyant trees (aka, Delonix regia and Royal Poinciana) have outdone themselves this year. And yesterday, walking home from the market, I was captured and enraptured by their canopy. On Independencia below the Basilica de la Soledad.
- Ayotzinapa, an urgent anniversary 1 week ago Yesterday, the city of Oaxaca celebrated its 483rd birthday as a Spanish chartered city. Early in the morning bells were rung, Las Mañanitas was sung, tamales and atole were served, an air force flyover buzzed the city several times, multiple musical events were held, a convite paraded through...
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22:38 PM April 12, 2013
You are charming my socks off.
20:34 PM August 07, 2013
Excellent blog about Oaxacan culture! I never miss a post--really beautiful photos and insight.
21:19 PM April 18, 2015
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