Scene from the Movie GIANT – A poem By Tino Villanueva Part 4

IV     The Trailing Consequence: A Triptych                                                                       I Journey Home   The picture show, three-and-a-half hours of it, Was over; the credits, so many ascended into immortality. The fiery art of film had sent my head buzzing—: I rose in penumbra, vexed at the unwinding course of truth and was now lost …

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Jose Hinojosa

We introduce amateur photographer, Jose Angel Hinojosa of McAllen, Texas to our IberoAztlan audience.  Jose Angel was born and raised in McAllen, Texas’ south side, in a neighborhood called El Barrio de la Hacha. Working many summers in the agricultural fields with his parents and grandparents, he decided at a very early age that he …

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Rius: A Window Into Mexico

Rius was Mexico; Mexico produced rius. He was the grand old man of Mexican political satire. Born in Zamora, Michoacán, Mexico, Eduardo del Rio García, or “rius” (1934-2017), was an artist and social critic. In my opinion,  the lower case “r” suggest his humility. He was a modern Diogenes for his times.  Rius’s apodo or …

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Jesse Trevino: An Inspirational Art Hero

Happy  belated Cinco de Mayo.    The National Hispanic Hall of Fame honored local artist Jesse Trevino on May 5th, 2021 with its annual Lifetime Achievement Award.  Trevino, recognized  for his brilliance in the arts,  joins other Texas distinguished leaders in receiving this prestigious award,  including the Honorable Henry Cisneros, General Alfred Valenuela, and Lionel …

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