July 2010


GRINGAS & GUACAMOLE By Gail Nott Early Childhood Development   I have often wondered how I managed to develop past early childhood without pre-nursery, nursery, pre-kindergarten, kindergarten and most importantly, an au pair. My first caregiver was a very high, dark mahogany, ornately carved bed, with an enormous feather-ticked mattress. Each morning, before sun-up, my …

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Dispossession and Apartheid – July 2010

Dispossession and Apartheid By Fred Mittag   Peter Rosenberg invoked “anti-Semitism” six times in “The Israeli Side” (Ojo-June issue). That’s a lot of anti-Semitism. Tony Klug, writing for Tikkun Magazine, a Jewish critique of politics, culture, and society, described what he called “definition creep” that trivializes past Jewish suffering. Zionists such as Alan Dershowitz browbeat …

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IN MEMORIAM EKTOR CARRANZA 1932-2010 – July 2010

IN MEMORIAMEKTOR CARRANZA1932-2010 (Submitted by Tod Jonson)   Ektor Carranza was a founding member of Culinary Art Society of Ajijic 24 years ago. He was a Life Member of CASA. Ektor, being totally bilingual, brought the Mexican and Anglo community together through food. Ektor was a generous, loving man and loved life — living twenty-five of those years here …

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