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This work is inspired by Balinese Barong (a character in the mythology of Bali, Indonesia) and Mexican’s Day of the Dead.

Elements from Day of the Dead are implemented together with the Barong.

Digital Illustration

Historic Market Square, San Antonio, Texas

For more information about visiting this colorful market with great food (and margarita) option, please click here.


SUGAR SKULL GIRLS Now Available Worldwide on Blu-ray, DVD and VOD

SGL Entertainment is pleased to announce that “SUGAR SKULL GIRLS” the Teenage Comedy Adventure Movie is now available Worldwide on Blu-ray, DVD and VOD. The film is Written and Directed by Christian Grillo, Produced by Christian Grillo, John Kent, David Gechman, John Martineau and Carmela Hayslett. 174 more words


This magical-realism tale begins with sisters Catrina and Maya moving with their parents to northern California. Teen Catrina is devastated to move away from her friends, but her younger sister Maya’s cystic fibrosis symptoms can be alleviated in the cooler foggier environment, and as a loving sister she is willing to make the sacrifice. 299 more words

Reverence for the unfamiliar, unusual, and just plain unnerving

Here’s a question.

Is it possible to have reverence for the things with which you are nearly or completely unfamiliar?

Let’s look at some examples. 560 more words

Day of the Dead Small Bathroom Renovation

My husband and I purchased this 1986 disaster of a house, complete with shag green carpet, animal stained baseboards and a floor-to-vaulted ceiling mirrored wall… Yikes! 1,195 more words

Bathroom Renovation

Ghosts by Raina Telgemeier

I happened to see this graphic novel at the library. I remembered enjoying Smile, and figured this would be a safe bet as well. 285 more words

Book Review