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Spiritual, poetic weaver embraces ancestral traditions

Constantino Laura, or “Tino” as he is known by his loved ones and cherished collectors, began our conversation by sharing with me that while the tradition of weaving is part of his genetic makeup, he knows that his heart beats truest as a poet.

Art exhibition in celebration of color

Janice Kimball and Francisco Urzua, weavers who create their wall art in collaboration, have joined with painter Geraldine Classen for The Penthouse Gallery’s annual fall exhibition and event, “Fantasma, A Celebration of Color,” opening Friday, October 22, 2 to 5 p.m.

An orchestra is born… come hear them play!

Violinist Chris Wilshere has been making a significant contribution to the cultural life at lakeside for the past 18 years: first with the Northern Lights chamber music festival in the winter, then with the Festival del Lago in the summer - with the emphasis on instruction.

‘Shirley Valentine’ takes the stage at BRAVO!

Willy Russell’s life-affirming, one-character comedy “Shirley Valentine” tells the story of a bored, unappreciated, middle-aged Liverpool housewife and her sudden decision to escape loneliness with a holiday in Greece.  

‘The Walking Man’ rests in Ajijic

He arrived at Casa del Sol Inn on Friday afternoon. Long and sinewy, “The Walking Man” was strapped sideways to the top of a modest, gray sedan.