The Rosarito Art Fest

For many in our little community, Labor Day is synonymous with the Art Fest.  Occupying two blocks of an already gorged with tourists downtown area , the 2-day event was created six years ago by Benito del Aguila in an effort to pull Rosarito out of the economic doldrums.  He and his committee work tirelessly year-round, meeting once a week …

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The Museums of the Guadalupe Valley

Perhaps not ranking in fame with the fountains of Rome or the hanging gardens of Babylon, the museums of the Guadalupe valley are hard to overlook and deserve notice. As you transit the valley on either main road, you cannot help but notice the many museum signs pointing left and right down a dirt road, leaving you wondering how many …

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Humans of New York and Teachers

“My name is Brandon and I began Humans of New York in the summer of 2010.  I thought it would be really cool to create an exhaustive catalogue of New York City’s inhabitants, so I set out to photograph 10,000 New Yorkers….” Brandon Stanton If you’ve never heard of Brandon Stanton or “Humans of New York,” take a look at …

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