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Monthly Archives: January 2015
Soaring Through Depths To New Heights Through Music & Film
The Bird Man. I totally hated the previews and thought to myself, “Like Michael Keeton, hate the previews. Am I going to go to a film that exudes bravado of a supposed former star and his return to greatness, as … Continue reading
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Two x 2 = For you? Great Success!
The weekend. YESSSS…..Saturday was crazy hectic as Repentino. staff worked from bare minimum to pull of a concession for 12+ teams at ASF and walk away with a record success. They never fail to surprise, impress, and motivate me. Exhausted, … Continue reading
“Lennie is the Heart of George Outside of His Body.”
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Having never wrote about a play BEFORE it occurred, I have to say, I am VERY excited to be seeing the London Theatre’s presentation of Of Mice and Men tomorrow – some great actors,…
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“Lennie is the Heart of George outside of his body.”
Having never wrote about a play BEFORE it occurred, I have to say, I am VERY excited to be seeing the London Theatre’s presentation of Of Mice and Men tomorrow – some great actors, James Franco and Chris O’Dowd. Pretty much … Continue reading
The American Legion Open Mic!
It has been awhile since I have been able to attend, and yet, the Open Mic in Condesa, at The American Legion, is always a way to relax, unwind, let it loose, and just express! Attached is the piece I … Continue reading
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Martin Luther King’s Legacy is not Contained to One Day, One Speech or One Idea.
Think about that. Here in Mexico, Martin Luther King might seem far away, beyond what anyone here might think of being capable of. That is where a mind set can change and should change. Martin Luther King, can be seen … Continue reading
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Full STEAM Ahead!
Wow. I often wondered what purpose Twitter had except for just causing something else to consume time in the name of technology. However, there are several instances where the opportunity offered at Twitter has blown my mind. Last night was … Continue reading
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A “Stranger” in a Familiar Land
I wanted to start out saying that it is funny how great it is in Mexico with location, discovery, and culture. You think you know the layout and you never, ever quite do. Yet, I think the same thing could … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Azteca Travel, Cerro de Estrella, Fuego Nuevo Museum, Iztapalapa, Takoma Park Leave a comment
Escaping Blustery Winter to…wait?
Of course I decided to do the unthinkable, head back to Mexico from a great family Christmas break the night before school. I never, ever, allowed myself to do this before because yes, the day or so to settle back … Continue reading
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Gold beyond the pages of Repentino….
Repentino. Achieves Gold! letter from CSPA. Repentino. period Article from 2014 WINTER Focus magazine, Common Core and Repentino., and Repentino. at Tumblr to submit your work until February 14, 2015! Check out page 35! AASSA Newsletter!
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