Bring on the Rain

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Here is another video book site I forgot to add:

From Latino Loop: and Six Degrees Records have partnered to create the Batanga Hispanic Heritage Sampler, a one-month long promotion featuring 10 free songs available for download on iTunes. CeU, Ojos de Brujo, Pacifika and Beto Villares are among the Six Degrees artists featured on the compilation. Batanga’s Hispanic Heritage Sampler

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I finished reading my copy of Bless Me, Ultima By Rudolfo Anaya last night on the bus ride home. The book is basically older than I am but when I started reading it I felt instantly stirred and inspired to write my own “journey.” Last night as I finished it, I fought back the tears of the sad ending and thought to myself what a lovely, deep book. I loved Antonio’s touching relationship with La Grande (or Ultima) and I loved how he questions God, evil and places his faith in Nature and the very knowledgeable curandera.

Check out Authors & Musicians on Obama at Why Obama.

Why Obama is a series of guest essays by musicians and authors, where they share their support for Democratic United States presidential nominee Senator Barack Obama and offer arguments why he needs to be elected president of the United States.


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