Stories about Guatemala from August, 2006
Patrick of the Guatemala Solidarity Network gives more context to the reported shooting of Radio 10 host Vinicio Aguilar Mancilla.
Patrick of the Guatemala Solidarity Network gathers local reaction to “heavy handed Guatemalan army activity in Ixcan.
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Chapinadas notes the projected jump in tourism for the month of August and describes one of the lesser-known tourist attractions, the Municipal Theatre of Huehuetenango.
Antigua Guatemala Daily Photo explains why a country not known for its citizens’ height has such gigantic doorways.
El Blog Diablogico runs into a film crew in Antigua only to discover what will be the first full-length feature to be shot entirely in Guatemala since Green Jade back in 1935
Guatemalan blog Chapinadas writes that “the opening of a new process to explore and produce oil close to the National Park Sierra del Lacandon in Peten is causing problems between environmentalist and representatives of the Ministy of Energy and Mines.”
Oscar Mota announces the commencement of the “Guatemalan Blogs Marathon,” which will coordinate and track conversations throughout the Guatemalan blogosphere for one week, starting today. You can subscribe to the category feed.