If you are like many Americans, these days, taking time out from the extreme politics and scandals, is a must for self- and family-care. Consider an outdoor trip to rejuvenate. I feel very fortunate my parents started us kids off … Continue reading Rejuvenate in Nature! @brownpeoplecamping
It was an exciting day at the San Francisco Mint on March 04, 2017. What a great turn-out, over 6200 people walked through the historic Mint halls and restored public rooms where miners and savvy businessmen alike traveled to exchange their gold for newly minted dollars and coins. Today, The Mint serves the City for private and public events, and is slated to be converted for a more consistent use. The building has a wonderfully expansive feeling on the street level, with some of the larger rooms- long glass windows, and smooth stone floors – reminding me of the feel … Continue reading ‘Specks of Gold, Hidden Treasures’ – Screening and Presentation in San Francisco – Flor de Miel Media
At the Brava Theater in San Francisco, Poets & Writers West brought together Bay Area writers with seasoned, successful agents, publicists, and writers for a day of honest, straight-forward discussion about writing today, and the creative ways authors are reaching audiences today. Let it be known that Literature and Poetry are far from lost arts, resuscitated by expanding marketing by way of technology, and the broadening list of authors that self-publishing and growing content markets reveal. As someone who has come into the Literary world by way of invitations to publish that lead to my first publications, and, as a … Continue reading San Francisco and Bay Area Literary Community Sustains Generations of Authors – Poet & Writers
— FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — Contact: Catherine Herrera, 415-202-5204, email@example.com BRIDGE WALKERS – INSTALLATION/DOCUMENTARY EXPLORES THE IMPORTANCE OF SACRED SITES IN THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA AND BEYOND – Worldwide Release – Filmmaker and photographer Catherine Herrera has completed a multi-year project with the culmination of a three-screen video installation and documentary Bridge Walkers showing at the de Young Museum on September 07, 2012 from 6-8 p.m. In 1907, Nels Nelson discovered and plotted on a map over 400 Ohlone Sacred Sites in the San Francisco Bay Area. So large were some of the Shellmound and Sacred Sites of the … Continue reading Bridge Walkers – de Young Museum September 07, 2012 6-8 p.m.
I have just watched the first episode of Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthoney’s new reality television program, Q’Viva The Chosen, bringing together 27 professional performers, singers, and dancers from all over Latin America to compete for a spectacular extravaganza show in Las Vegas as finale. ‘The largest Latin talent showcase the world has ever seen!,’ says the announcer during the opening montage. As Jennifer Lopez said in the emotional ending in Episode One – she and Marc Anthony want to show the talent, passion and soul of Latin America to the world. Jennifer and Marc Anthony criss-cross Latin America, meeting … Continue reading Q’Viva The Chosen
There is so much talk about 2012. 2012 has long been on my mind. Well, since about 1999, to be exact. I had a wonderful opportunity to learn about the Mayan calendar and met practitioners who shared the philosophy and history, and attempted to help me delve into a way of seeing the world that I had not known before. I stumbled around, and more learning, and over time, I came to better understand, again from those learned masters who had dedicated their lives, generations of their families, to understanding the cosmology of the Mayan people. Recently, I learned from … Continue reading Glorious 2012