Monthly Archives: March 2016

Californian Literature

María Estela Beltrán Márquez

Biography of the Author María Estela Beltrán Márquez was born in 1936 to a family with deep roots in Baja California Sur. She worked for the radio station XENT and is a permanent member of social organizations such as the Rotary Club of La Paz. Maria’s interest in poetry and writing began at an early
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My Mexican Wedding

By Marcela Azcona

Writing about a Mexican Wedding is as delicate as actually organizing the event. It is one of the most anticipated and important days in a woman’s life. Capturing every emotion on a sheet of paper that emerges during that day is a daunting challenge. Nevertheless, I promise to provide some fond insights into mine.  
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Golf as a reflection of life

Nubia Sarabia

Nubia Sarabia Athletes struggle in every sport to go beyond the boundaries they set for themselves in their minds. When self-imposed limitations are overcome, we become witnesses to spectacular performances that are turned into records and a source of inspiration. The mind is the number one adversary that trainers and sport psychologists battle. Is this
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Californians and Marriage

Eligio Moisés Coronado Chronicler of the City of La Paz The Mexican Jesuit Francisco Javier Clavijero wrote the History of Antigua or Baja California, even though he was never in this part of New Spain. His four volumes were based on already published information reported by his colleagues who served as ministers on the California
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