It’s October already. That’s the tenth month of 2008, for those of us who haven’t looked at a calendar for awhile. You’re still in Xela? The college student summer breakers are long gone, the fair has packed up and left, and even the rainy season is on its way out. What are you still doing [...]
By Alison Searle
So you may be thinking, a trip to Guatemala could do me some good; climbing volcanoes, backpacking through pueblos, a bout or two or travelers diarrhea, maybe I’ll drop a few pounds or twenty and go home a whole new person?
By Michael Kincaid
You know, a lot of people get involved in revolutionary politics after they buy their Che T shirt, but I’d just like to point out that I knew a fair bit about him beforehand.
by Cynthia Ord
When I was a kid, my dad built an awesome tree house in our backyard. Propped up on a tree and three stilts, the little fort featured a deck, a pulley, and a sandbox in its shade. It made a great neighborhood clubhouse and hideout. I thought it was the ultimate tree [...]