The stampede that ensued upon the release of last month’s magazine, leaving dozens gravely injured, only reminded us all of just how dangerously good XelaWho is. On this note, I can understand why we all spend countless hours reading, marveling at, and forming study groups regarding this literary gold mine. But my sources on the [...]
Valentine’s Day is a lot like Christmas when you think about it – an officially sanctioned day for expressing yourself. But where Christmas is for people to show their love of Christ (or food, or consumerism, or getting drunk, or sleeping), Feb 14 for most Anglo-Saxons is all about telling the one you love that [...]
The Haunted Ambulance, February 2006
Grunge look, February 2006
Good Lord, Sweetypies… it seems like I touched a nerve with my last column… who would have known that so many of you were so, well… attached to your little zip off trousers… Apologies, dumplings… I’m just trying to make things right in this world. I will try to be gentle [...]
by Gina Sigarelli
Perhaps you’re still in Xela because the stench coming from your backpack screams mildew and you’re in an air-out phase. Maybe you never got to the end of a XelaWho and realized there is a way out. More likely, after several months of only withdrawing money from your bank, you’ve decided to [...]
“¿Qué onda vos?” is XelaWho’s a monthly guide to speaking Spanish Guatemalan style. This month we’re looking at funny expressions.
Ser muy viernes LITERAL MEANING: To be very Friday. ACTUAL MEANING: To be very old.