Category Archives: September & October 2017

Rhythm and Resistance

Screen Shot 2017-08-27 at 8.19.28 AMBy Kary Vannice

Take a quick look at the political unrest in nearly every corner of the world today, flipping through scenes of bombings, riots, protests and war-torn countries, you’ll see horrifying images and people holding signs calling for social justice.

But take those same scenes from around the globe and listen, instead of look, and you’ll likely hear something incredibly powerful and universally remarkable hidden in the background – lyrics. Continue reading Rhythm and Resistance

Expats Living in Mexico Should Become Bilingual

By Alvin Starkman, M.A., J.D.

If you live in or annually spend significant periods of time in Mexico, and don’t have at least a decent working knowledge of Spanish, you are doing yourself (and native Mexicans) a disservice. Of course in most places in the country where Canadians, Americans and Brits frequent, it’s not necessary; but really, consider this. Continue reading Expats Living in Mexico Should Become Bilingual