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  • The photographic show ‘My Moment in the Park’ opens

    The photographic show ‘My Moment in the Park’ opens

    The exhibition will be available to the public throughout the year   by Araceli Martínez   The Presidio Association, in collaboration with the New York-based nonprofit Photoville, inaugurated the free outdoor photographic show My Park Moment at Presidio National Park in San Francisco with images showing favorite memories of a visit to the park. The

  • On a day like today Frida Kahlo is born

    On a day like today Frida Kahlo is born

    Shared by Harley Ezel t7Shmpofnsoreda On a day like today, the Mexican painter, Frida Kahlo, author of the work “Las Dos Fridas”, daughter of photographer Guillermo Kahlo and wife of fellow painter Diego Rivera, was born. They thought I was surreal, but I wasn’t. I never painted my dreams, I only painted my own reality.

  • Margarita Debayle

    Margarita Debayle

    Shared by Harley Ezel   On a day like today, the Nicaraguan Margarita Debayle is born, muse of the poet Rubén Darío and aunt of the presidents Luis and Anastasio Somoza Debayle. Margarita is beautiful the sea, and the wind, she carries a subtle scent of orange blossom; I feel in the soul a lark

  • The best of Diego Rivera at SF Exhibition

    The best of Diego Rivera at SF Exhibition

    by Jill Loeffler  • Shared Updated: June 23, 2021 One of the best things about San Francisco is the hidden gems you can find throughout the city. My favorites are the colorful and controversial Diego Rivera murals. SF is home to three of his masterpieces including the first one he finished in the United States.

  • Tollan, the city ruled by Quetzalcóatl

    Tollan, the city ruled by Quetzalcóatl

    Tollan was a city in pre-Hispanic Mexico, located in the current city of Tula, Hidalgo. It is said that it was ruled by Quetzalcóatl   Shared from Mexico Desconocido   Of all the cities of pre-Hispanic Mexico, it is difficult to find one that has had the fame of Tollan. According to Mesoamerican mythology, Tollan

  • Yosemite National Park will re-implement a day use reservation system

    Yosemite National Park will re-implement a day use reservation system

    by Yosemite Park Press Services   Beginning Friday, May 21, visitors to Yosemite National Park will need a day-use reservation to enter the park. The temporary day-use reservation system will allow the park to manage visitation levels to reduce the risks associated with exposure to COVID-19. Day use permit will be required for all users,

  • Arturo Sandoval solidarizes with dissidentas

    by Arturo Sandoval Luis Manuel Otero Al­cántara, is a Cuban plas­tic artist, dissident and leader of the San Isidro Movement, a group of Cuban artists, journalists and academics formed in 2018 to protest against the government’s censor­ship of artistic expression in Cuba, for a long time he has been imprisoned, harassed and constantly threatened by

  • Colombian singer and vallenato star passed

    Colombian singer and vallenato star passed

    by the El Reportero’s news services The popular Colombian singer and composer Jorge Oñate died early Sunday morning in Medellín due to complications arising from a COVID-19 diagnosis. Known as ‘El Jilguero de América,’ Oñate lost his battle at the age of 71 after spending more than 30 days hospitalized due to respiratory problems to