Los Habitantes Sigilosos de Tlatelolco

Originally posted on Beyond "he" and "she":
Un Artículo de Andrés Rozada Diego Fernandez y Mateo Pizarro para límulus.mx limulus.mx/los-habitantes-sigilosos-de-tlatelolco __________________ Texto de Andrés Rozada Fotografías de Mateo Pizarro La ciudad de México se compone de un sinfín de matices sobrepuestos, fruto de una historia larga y de suma complejidad. A menudo…

The Monkey Incident by Brian Martin-Onraet

Originally posted on Equinoxio:
I dislike monkeys. Totally personal. I am aware that essentializing monkeys is quite possibly unfair. There is a remote, very remote chance that there are nice monkeys. A few. Somewhere. I have not met them. So I stand firm: I dislike monkeys.             Two in the afternoon in the magical house…

Ciel! Mon Paris!

Originally posted on Equinoxio:
? ? Paris has a lousy weather. Undeniable. At par with London or Brussels (Both cities I love too). Yet, all of a sudden, the sun comes out, flimsy skirts start walking briskly on the streets, the cafés’ “terrasses” fill up, and the clouds start dancing in blue and white! ?…

Mexico Earthquake

Hi everyone. Yesterday’s earthquake in Mexico has had very strong consequences: dozens of collapsed buildings, people trapped underneath, a school nearby with many children, bridges, a supermarket. There are thousands of voluntaries, people helping in any way they can. But more is needed. If you can, please donate. Something. Anything. Whatever you can, it will…