Childsplay and barbarity in San Cristóbal de las Casa: a return to Chiapas | Inocencia y barbarie: un viaje por San Cristóbal de las Casas

Childsplay and barbarity in San Cristóbal de las Casa: a return to Chiapas Photos and Text by Fabián Calderón Martínez, historian focused on the theory and philosophy of history from Puebla, México. I was surprised to see how a child was selling some curious clay animals that would better serve as toys than as ornaments, […]

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Judging a cover by its book: Chicago by Carrie Welsh

Buildings are like books, the exterior is the Preface, the Prologue; it is where the excitement and the intrigue of a story begins, giving you a hint as to what lies ahead.
The interior is the body of the book, a place where you get introduced to some characters, the scenery, the plot, and maybe you solve a mystery behind its private doors. You might even find things you really don’t want to see.

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