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from the editor

Feliz Año Nuevo 2013! Hay algo mágico en el inicio de cada Año Nuevo. Todo es posible. Un nuevo año, es como empezar de nuevo y un nuevo comienzo, trae consigo infinitas posibilidades. La maquina del tiempo esta andando y no hay viajes de regreso. Definamos nuestras metas, confiemos en nosotros mismos y seamos perseverantes para realizar nuestros propios sueños. Por nuestra parte, nuestro propósito es seguir apoyando y promoviendo la cultura, el arte, los negocios y las diversas igualdades de nuestros dos hermosos países, pero con mucha mas resonancia que los meses pasados. De manera que traeremos interesantes artículos acerca de artistas y gente fascinante, importantes eventos y actividades culturales, como también hechos y noticias sobre que hacer y a donde ir cuando se visita el Sur de California o el Norte de México. En esta primera edición del año 2013, introducimos una nueva sección con consejos de Sylvia White, fundadora y directora de Servicios De Los Artistas Contemporáneos. Sylvia White ha estado asesorando a los artistas en todos los asuntos relacionados con los negocios, el marketing y las exposiciones desde 1979. Es nuestro placer brindarle un espacio en la revista Uniekest para que nuestros lectores artistas, tengan un cachito de sus muchos y valiosos consejos. En esta edición, Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, ayuda a reflexionar sobre las preguntas mas comunes que los artistas se hacen sobre sus trabajos. El arte es una forma de expresión y por medio de ella podemos transmitir nuestras ideas y creencias de una forma pacifica. Para esta edición, Chad Deal periodista Norteamericano, nos relata su visita a la instalación de arte “Otras Obras” en la Zona centro de Tijuana. Donde Jesse Hlebo, artista Neoyorquino, en colaboración con el artista nómada de la Ciudad de México Joaquín Segura, expresan de una manera muy controversial sus opiniones sobre como las estructuras de poder regulan nuestras operaciones diarias. En esta edición terminamos con ideas para hacer tus recetas favoritas mas saludables y un articulo que nos ayuda a como elegir un propósito de año nuevo que podamos mantener. Como siempre queremos agradecer a todos los escritores y artistas que han colaborado con esta edición de la revista Uniekest. Han hecho un trabajo estupendo. Si gustas participar no dudes en mandarnos un correo. Queremos compartirles esta frase que nos motiva: “Dejemos atrás el pasado y concentrémonos en el presente para poder construir un mejor futuro” Será un año maravilloso! Gracias por tu apoyo. editor in chief

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The Publisher would like to thank everyone who has furnished information and materials for this issue. Unless otherwise noted, artists featured in UNIEKEST Magazine retain copyright to their work. Although every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in this publication, UNIEKEST cannot accept liability for errors or omissions. UNIEKEST welcomes editorial submissions; however, return postage must accompany all unsolicited manuscripts, art drawings, and photographic materials. All letters will be treated as unconditionally assigned for publication and copyright purposes and subject to UNIEKEST’s right to edit and comment editorially. El editor desea agradecer a todos los que han proporcionado información y los materiales para esta edición de UNIEKEST. A menos que se indique lo contrario, los artistas que aparecen en la revista UNIEKEST retienen los derechos de autor de sus obras. El contenido de los articulos y anuncios publicitarios de esta revista, son responsabilidad de los autores. UNIEKEST no podrá aceptar alegaciones legales por errores u omisiones. UNIEKEST invita a presentar trabajos de redacción, dibujos de arte y materiales fotográficos. Todas las entradas serán consideradas para publicación incondicionalmente y están sujetas al derecho de UNIEKEST para editar y comentar editorialmente.


Contenido

On the Cover | En la Portada "Umbrella Kiss" by zach welch.

smile by brooke montes

artist spencer finch

lady earth by zach welch

brussel sprouts, bacon, and quinoa

otras obras

editor's note | nota del editor culture | cultura Don't Ask, Don't Tell art | arte Otras Obras profiles | perfiles Zach Welch / Artist Brooke Montes / Artist food | gastronomia Make Your Favorite Recipes Healthier calendar | calendario traditions | tradiciones Como Elegir Un Proposito de Ano Nuevo Que Pueda Mantener

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art

do what you feel in your heart to be right, for you’ll be criticized anyway. – Eleanor Roosevelt

Don't ask, Don't tell When you look at a piece of food on your plate and decide not to eat it, do you know why? You may be able to answer that question by saying you don’t like the taste, or you are not in the mood, but that doesn’t really address the root of the question, “Why?” Can you tell me why you don’t like the taste? Can you tell me why you are not in the mood? I doubt it. Taste is cultivated by repeated exposure and a series of complex associations the brain makes, which are still not fully understood. The same applies to art. Art is not something you can convince someone to like…no matter how much you talk about it or try to explain it. It’s not like buying a used car. Conversely, if there is a piece of art that speaks to me, there is very little you can do to dissuade my affection for it. I’m not talking about buying art. People can be persuaded to buy things regardless of whether or not they like them or need them. I’m talking about really loving a work of art…and, no one yet has been able to explain that. Every art dealer in the universe would love to figure out the formula for what makes some people to respond to some art and not others. It’s not unlike falling in love. And yet, even though there is no relevant answer to the question, it is what almost every artist I have ever encountered wants to know, “What you think of my work?” And, if they haven’t asked me outright, I know they’re thinking it. It amazes me, because when you stop to think about it, it doesn’t really matter what the response is. Regardless of how anyone answers the question, it won’t change the fact that you make art, and it won’t change the art you make. Although it’s true that artists need feedback, the most valuable feedback comes from other artists. The question of whether or not I like it, and it’s companion question, “Why?” are questions artists should avoid at all costs. However, it’s important

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to understand what you are really asking. Let’s take a look. “Does this dress make me look fat?” The question asked. “I feel fat in this dress, can you please tell me I’m pretty ?” The real question “Did you like the dinner I made tonight?” The question asked. “I am really proud of the dinner I made, will you tell me it was good?” The real question “Do you like my work?” The question asked. “I need someone to validate what I am doing, will you?” The real question So, let’s examine this situation from both sides. If the person responds,” Yes, I love your work,” you are happy, you continue to make art, but you become fearful if you want to change or grow because the person said they like THIS art. You can’t keeping making the same piece over and over again or your would be miserable… so it’s loose/loose situation even if they respond positively. If the person responds,”No, I hate it.” You are unhappy, you continue to make art, but you question yourself…wondering what you could change to make them happy. Unfortunately, doing so would make YOU unhappy, and on, and on you go down into the vicious circle of self criticism and self doubt, an artists’ worst enemies. Do yourself a favor. Give yourself a gift you deserve. You’ve worked hard to allow yourself to be an artist, give yourself permission to enjoy it and don’t ask/ don’t tell.

contribution by sylvia white visit her at www.artadvice.com


Thanks to a brand new art installation in downtown San Diego, anyone wanting a weather forecast can simply look up and get one! Artist Spencer Finch has just completed the “Weather Report” project at the Grande condominiums at Santa Fe Place. As part of a Centre City Development Corporation requirement for public art at the Grande property, the project funded by Bosa Development California furthers the goals of implementing a public art vision for the Santa Fe Depot precinct. New York artist Spencer Finch and his team of designers and fabricators have utilized the lighthouses on the top of the Grande North and Grande South towers at 1199 and 1205 Pacific Highway to create “red sky” and “blue sky” lighting compositions foretelling the following day’s weather forecast. For Spencer Finch, creating a modern day lighthouse on the Pacific is a way of using the Grande lighthouses to convey practical information signaling tomorrow’s weather. Through abstract compositions of architectural forms and light, seen throughout downtown and beyond, the lighthouses create a link to San Diego’s maritime and seafaring tradition with a modern twist on the old saying “Red sky at night; sailors delight; red sky in the morning, sailors take warning.” Finch is hopeful that the San Diego community will use the lighthouses and his artwork for their own use and enjoyment for weather forecasting. “My vision was to create watercolors of the skies that would become a project of light and shadow in the sky at an enormous scale, thereby making the connection between the picture, the idea and the weather forecast.” The mechanics of the programming and technology are complicated but the fixtures are simple. A daily RSS weather feed from Yahoo weather signals the representation of the following day’s weather. This triggers the 150 fluorescent tubes and color gels in the lighthouses atop the Grande structures to signal Finch’s red or blue sunset pictures in the architecture of the buildings to make the connection into indicators of weather information.

“PAINTING IN THE SKY”

PROVIDES MODERN DAY LIGHTHOUSE IN DOWNTOWN SAN DIEGO New Installation by Noted Artist Spencer Finch

courtesy of toni robin photographs by jesse fleming


culture

otras obras _"nuestro trabajo tiene que ver con las diferentes manifestaciones de violencia en nuestros sistemas sociales", dice Segura, una artista nómada de la Ciudad de México. "Estoy muy interesado en cómo las estructuras de poder regular nuestras operaciones diarias. Estoy interesado en el arte de ser un disparador para la acción. También estábamos pensando en post-nacionalismo, los estados fallidos, y la crisis económica mundial ".

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n a city that has only begun to recover from a wave of chaos that left thousands dead and an entire metropolis horrified of setting foot on the streets, it may seem brazen to encourage upheaval. But To Preserve Disorder - the inaugural installation at the Otras Obras temporary art space in Zona Centro, Tijuana - aimed to do just that. “I’m encouraging terrorism,” New York artist Jesse Hlebo told me during a December 6 invitational at the new gallery off of Calle Sexta, “just encouraging anti-state and anti-authoritarian processes, and attempting to have a creative space that enables people to realize that you can be radical and that there can be possibilities.” While some may say it’s too soon to

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poke the proverbial bear, a short chat with collaborating artists Hlebo and Joaquín Segura in the courtyard connecting Otras Obras to the happening Moustache Bar next door made it clear that, rather than aggravating Tijuana’s tenuous peace, the installation sought to address the underlying social and political forces that allowed the city to fall under the rule of crime and corruption in the first place. “Both of our work has to do with different manifestations of violence in our social systems,” says Segura, a nomadic artist from Mexico City. “I’m really interested in how power structures regulate our everyday operations. I’m interested in art being a trigger to action. We were also thinking of post-nationalism, failed states, and worldwide economic crisis.”

As such, the gallery (which is no bigger than a medium storage unit) was arranged to instill an immediate sense of confinement and paranoia followed by a series of clues leading to liberation. Upon entering, one faced a length of corrugated metal topped with razor wire – a mash up of popular themes in both high-security prisons and the U.S./Mexican border. “Borders create a disconnect,” said Hlebo. “They create something fragmented, which is fictitious.” Along one wall, Hlebo posted the profiles of 80 New Jersey prison escapees pulled from the Department of Corrections website. On the floor, a red can of diesel and a fertilizer bag brimming with cotton balls indicated the next step. A pile of debris in the next corner text and photographs by chad deal


showcased the desired result. “A few years ago, Tijuana wasn’t a very active contemporary art city,” Segura told me in the courtyard, where TJ’s krautrock-infused ruidoson trailblazers Los Macuanos would perform later in the evening. “But now local artists have been migrating together and they are prepared to work. Everything seems ready to blow up.” He gestured into the gallery where, a few weeks earlier, Hlebo had lit off a half-stick of dynamite in a sack of sodium nitrate-rich fertilizer that had been stuffed with pages of prison protocols from California and New Jersey, U.S. immigration codes, and bits of the Mexican constitution. Segura had watched over a live above: A half-stick of dynamite, a bag of fertilizer, and selected texts, exploded.

Ustream as the explosion blew a hole in one wall of the gallery (the former office of Tijuana’s bourgeoning All My Friends music festival) and shattered an overheard fluorescent light. The light tube had been swept in with the politically-charged shrapnel and now sat in a heap beneath Segura’s 3.75’ X 5’ untitled print of a U.S. Army manual (“TM31-201-1- Unconventional Warfare Devices and Techniques – Incendiaries”) from his series, “A definitive reader for a botched revolution.” Indeed, the insurrectionary energy was as undeniable as it was current. Just a week earlier, several hundred protesters had clashed with police in Mexico City when President Enrique Peña Nieto took the oath of

office, resulting in at least 100 arrests and an additional 100 injuries. As we sipped Valle de Guadalupe wine and talked in the open night air about the (as Hlebo noted) widely underreported events, more than 60 protesters remained in prison on vandalism charges that critics were calling groundless. Prior to the their collaborating on the installation, Joaquin was introduced to Hlebo’s art via work featured on the cover of Showpaper, a free bi-weekly listing of all-ages and DIY shows in New York City put out by Otras Obras promoter Todd Patrick. “Aside from the obvious deterrents, which are a recent history of bad press, and a congested border, Tijuana is a perfect location for Todd and I, for two reasons,” says Otras


top:: "To Preserve Disorder" artists JoaquĂ­n Segura (Mexico City) and Jesse Hlebo (New York). left: "Otras Obras", a temporary art space at Sexta and Madero. right: Curator Michael Ray-Von (Los Angeles) and promoter Todd Patrick (New York).

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text and photographs by chad deal


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top: Tijuana ruidoson innovators Los Macuanos in the Otras Obras/Moustache Bar courtyard. above: Wine from the nearby Valle de Guadalupe and local cheeses.


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OTRAS OBRAS - instalacion de arte en la zona centro de tijuana creada por los artistas jesse hlebo de nueva york y joaquin segura de la ciudad de mexico. curada por michael rayvon (los angeles) and promoter todd patrick (new york).

now local artists have been "que el entorno local es, sin duda generoso cuandoare se trata de migrating together and they producir el discurso político, así que tiene un ambiente inprepared to para work. everything y teresante la exposición de obras de arte importantes. además de esto, hay una comunidad de jóvenes emprendedores seems ready to blow up.” culturales que han estado produciendo una tijuana que es realmente positiva y completamente única..." curator Michael Ray-Von.

Obras curator Michael Ray-Von, an artist from Los Angeles. “The first being that the locale is certainly generous when it comes to producing political discourse, so it makes an interesting environment for exhibiting critical artworks. And in addition to this, there's a local community of young cultural entrepreneurs who have been producing a Tijuana that's really positive and completely unique. And I had not anticipated the latter, but I think that community was the reason Todd initiated this project. So I came here expecting a generative political atmosphere on which to develop a critical curatorial practice, and found that there was also this rich community of young cultural producers who are establishing a Tijuana that is nothing like what we see in lousy text and photographs by chad deal translations by paulina martinez

major news outlets stateside. So I'm finding that more and more I'm losing sight of ‘Why TJ?’, and feeling more like ‘Why not?’ And that last bit feels like publicist rhetoric, but it's a genuine sentiment. Spend a little time here and the question answers itself.” Later, when the neighborhood bars began to fill, Segura’s “trigger to action” did, in fact, take effect (though not in the intended manner) when a young local tore Segura’s untitled print from the wall and threw it to the ground - an overture that Patrick later deemed “boring.”

without saying a word, began haphazardly arresting people for drinking outside. The crowd dispersed back inside and into nearby bars, exchanging murmurs about – would you believe it? – manifestations of violence in our social systems and the power structures that regulate our everyday operations. Visit otrasobras.mx for details on their second installation.

Regardless, the outburst did spur an immediate dialogue (more about etiquette than art or revolution) before the uninspired nihilist was ejected from the gallery. An hour or so later, the policia rolled up and,

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Artist

Zach Welch

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profiles

Zach Welch is a 19 year old artist living in texas. His work has been displayed in the 500x gallery and the capital building in Austin Texas. He has also been featured in various blogs and websites including art spire, jazz jazz and scene 360. Zach Welch is the co-owner and designer for forest ink, a company that designs and sells graphic shirts on a small scale. He has

also done commissioned work for other local companies. Aside from the t-shirt business, he also freelance. He recently started working with musicians/ bands including Tyler Carter and issues. He designed Tyler's album cover for his solo album which will be coming out next year. Visit his website at www.zachwelchart.com

previous page, left: "THE OCEAN", above right: "HOPELESS ROMANTIC", right below: "ANCHORS AND TEARS" this page, left: "BLACK DIAMOND", top:"FOXY", top: "SHOW YOUR STRIPES" mostly used media: pencil, sharpie, india ink pen, copic pens, white ink pen, watercolor, collage, and spray paint. by Šzach welch


Artist

Brooke Montes

Brooke Montes has been coloring and creating from the time she could hold a crayon in her hand. It wasn’t until her mid 20’s when she stepped fully into her creativity and has been on an exciting path ever since. She finds that through art, she is able to truly express her spirit, imagination and colorful personality. She loves mixed media art and painting, doodling and photography, coloring and crafting. When Brooke’s not creating or snapping photos, you can find her surrounded by animals. She has had a passion for all creatures since she was in diapers. For the last few years, she has been actively involved in animal rescuing and rehabilitation. Brooke’s Art is currently sold on Etsy and excessively at Kindred Journeys in Oceanside, CA

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left: "Dream It", top: "Buddha With In", above: "Flying Love" next page: "Tree Of Blossom" by brooke montes


profiles


food

MAKE YOUR FAVORITE RECIPES HEALTHIER Haz tus recetas favoritas mas saludables: Una dieta sana desempeĂąa un papel significativo en la salud general de una persona. Sin una dieta saludable, los hombres y las mujeres son mĂĄs susceptibles a las enfermedades y otros padecimientos potencialmente daĂąinos. A healthy diet plays a significant role in a person's overall health. Without a healthy diet, men and women are more susceptible to disease and other potentially harmful ailments. But when many people think of a healthy diet, a lack of flavor is often one of the first things to come to mind. That's a common misconception, as a diet that's healthy and full of nutrients can simultaneously be flavorful. In fact, it's easy to enjoy many of your favorite dishes in a way that makes them much healthier. Oftentimes, a few minor alterations to a recipe is all it takes to turn the dish from high-risk to healthy. * Trim the fat. No one wants to eat fat, but fat isn't entirely bad for you. Fat can help your body absorb vitamins A, D, E and K, and replacing fat with something like carbohydrates decreases how much these valuable vitamins are absorbed. In addition, dietary fat releases chemicals in the brain that make you feel full, reducing the likelihood that you will overeat. Those are just a few of the benefits of dietary fat, which is an essential element of a healthy diet. But overconsumption of dietary fat can be dangerous, and many people simply need to trim some fat from their diets. One way to do that is to reduce how much butter, shortening or oil you use when cooking. For some recipes, you may be able to cut suggested portions of such ingredients by half without replacing them; however, for others, especially those for baked goods, these items may have to be replaced. In the case of the latter, find a suggested alternative to high-fat items, and only use half of the high-fat item listed in the original recipe. Chances are you won't taste the difference, but your body will be better for it. * Substitute healthier fare. Substituting items

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is another way to turn a favorite dish into a healthier dish without altering the flavor dramatically, if at all. For example, instead of cooking with enriched pasta, purchase whole-wheat or whole-grain pastas, which are higher in fiber and lower in calories. If a recipe calls for using milk, choose fat-free milk instead of whole milk. Doing so reduces your fat intake by nearly 8 grams per cup. Recipes can even be made healthier by simply cutting back on the main dish and adding more vegetables. Instead of using the recommended amount of meat or chicken, scale back and make up for it with additional vegetables, which reduces your caloric and fat intake while adding more vitamins and minerals to your diet. * Change your methods. Certain cooking techniques are healthier than others. Frying foods or cooking with fat, oil or salt is not the healthiest way to prepare a meal. Some of your favorite dishes that call for frying or cooking in oil can be just as flavorful if you opt for healthier methods like braising, broiling, grilling, or steaming. When recipes call for basting foods in oil or drippings, forgo these unhealthy options and baste foods in vegetable juice or fat-free broth instead. What you use to cook can also be healthy or unhealthy. Nonstick cookware won't require you to use oil or butter to keep foods from sticking to the pan. This reduces the amount of fat and calories you will consume, and you likely won't notice a difference with regards to flavor. Men and women who enjoy food and cooking their own meals can take several steps to make those meals healthier without sacrificing flavor.


pothograph by paulina martinez

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events

Calendar Los Angeles Ongoing Events Daily - Exhibit Space Shuttle Endeavour Exhibit California Science Center Until Jan 06 - Exhibit Graphic Design: Now in Production Hammer Museum Until Jan 20 - Magic Nothing To Hide Geffen Playhouse

january 2013

Club, concert, and event listings are free and rotate in print. To list your act, email us at events@uniekest.com

LA Public Library - Central

Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles

Jan 15 - Feb 19 - Training UCLA Mindful Awareness Practices (MAPs) Class Peace Yoga

Jan 24 - Reading Nick Flynn: The Reenactments ALOUD at LA Public Library

Jan 15 - Reading Amy Wilentz - Farewell, Fred Voodoo: A Letter from Haiti ALOUD at LA Public Library Jan 17 - Lecture/Debate Mid-Century Modern: Architecture, Photography, and the Good Life in Cold War California

Jan 24 - Jan 27 - Exhibit Art Los Angeles Contemporary The Barker Hangar, Santa Monica Jan 29 - Lecture/Debate Diego Luna - Shooting Reflections: Film and Social Change ALOUD at LA Public Library

San Diego

Until Jan 21 - Holiday Event Downtown on Ice - Winter Ice Skating Rink Pershing Square

Jan 04 - Concert Rain - A Tribute To The Beatles San Diego Civic Theatre

Until Jan 26 - Exhibit Into The Mystic Michael Kohn Gallery

Jan 05 - Farmers Market Old Town Saturday market Old Town, on San Diego Ave.

Until Feb 01 - Exhibit Design Loves Art Pacific Design Center

Jan 06 - Art Coronado Art-In-The-Park Spreckels Park, Coronado, CA

Jan 05 - Art 2013 Collector's Choice Sylvia White Gallery. Ventura, CA

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Jan 09 - Theatre Gregg Allman Balboa Theatre

ALOUD at LA Public Library Jan 10 - Reading An Evening with Jeff Bridges and Bernie Glassman, The Dude and The Zen Master Japanese American Community & Cultural Center/Doizaki Gallery Jan 12 - Feb 10 - Exhibit Twitter Art Exhibit: Los Angeles Exhale Unlimited Gallery Jan 12 - Reading No Character Limit: Truth & Fiction from WriteGirl

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Jan 19 - Music World City at The Music Center: Yuval Ron Ensemble Walt Disney Concert Hall Jan 20 - Mar 01 - Theater Backbeat Ahmanson Theatre Jan 23 - Lecture/Debate Town Hall LA: A Conversation with The Honorable Richard Riordan and Dr. Lanny Ebenstein

Jan 11 - Home/Garden San Diego Home Show San Diego Convention Center Jan 11 - Art Kettner Nights in Little Italy Little Italy: Streets of Little Italy Jan 12 - Art Second Saturday ArtWalk Grand Ave. between S. Center City Pkwy and Ivy Street, Escondido, CA Jan 13 - Jan 18 - Food

We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, location, and other information.


San Diego Restaurant Week Different Locations

Tijuana

Ensenada

Jan 18 - Jan 20 - Crafts Del mar Antique Show Del Mar Fairgrounds, Del Mar, CA

Ene 06 - Deportes Toros México vs Turlock Express Unidad Deportiva Unisantos

Ene 04 - Danza Presentación de Flamenco: Una Vida Foro Experimental

Jan 18 - Jan 20- Crafts Del Mar Gem Faire Del Mar Fairgrounds, Del Mar, CA

Ene 10 - Exposición Exposición Fotográfica en el marco del día del emigrante 2013 Casa de la Cultura de Tijuana

Ene 07 - Cine El Tiempo de los Gitanos - Ciclo: Emir Kusturica Galería "Ernesto Muñoz Acosta"

Hasta Ene 13 - Entretenimiento Pista de Hielo Tijuana Zona Rió Palacio de Gobierno

Ene 14 - Cine Underground - Ciclo: Emir Kusturica Galería "Ernesto Muñoz Acosta"

Ene 13 - Espectáculos El Tenorio Cómico Tijuana El foro

Ene 15 - Exposición Charla de la Sociedad de la Antigua California Galería "Ernesto Muñoz Acosta"

Jan 19 - Dance Concert Water Lilies: Cabaret Dances Qualcomm Hall Jan 20 - Parade Martin Luther King Jr. Parade Harbor Drive Jan 20 - Art Coronado Art-In-The-Park Spreckels Park, Coronado, CA Jan 20 - Fashion San Diego Bridal Bazaar San Diego Convention Center Jan 23 - Jan 27 - Show Disney on Ice - Dare to Dream Valley View Casino

Ene 19 - Tocada Nausea por primera vez en Tijuana TJ Arte & Rock Café Ene 22 - Teatro El Cerdo en Tijuana Teatro del CECUT Ene 29 - Teatro El Chofer & la Sra. Daisy en Tijuana Teatro del CECUT

Jan 24 - Show San Diego Boat Show Sunroad Marina, San Diego, CA

Rosarito

Jan 25 - Home Del Mar Home Improvement Show Del Mar Fairgrounds, Del Mar, CA

Ene 20 - Farmer's Market Farmer's Market Frente al Mar Hotel Rosarito Beach

Jan 26 - Children Carlsbad Kid's Marathon Mile Westfield Plaza Camino Real, Carlsbad, CA

Ene 26 - Música Baja Idol Rosarito Beach Hotel

Ene 17 - Concierto Clásicos de la OBC Galería "Ernesto Muñoz Acosta" Ene 20 - Taller de Música Informatica Musical, Instrumentos Virtuales (VST) con Ableton Live. Hazlo tu mismo! Teleaula del Cearte Ene 26 - Concierto Muestro de Música Electrónica Terraza del Cearte

Mexicali Ene 18 - Música Tributo a Misfits Bambinos

Todo el Año - Turismo La Bufadora

Ene 13 - Teatro Gran Casting de Teatro Musical CEART

Todo el Año - Turismo 20th Century Fox Studio

Todo el Año - Turismo Catedral de la Virgen de Guadalupe

Jan 27 - Sports National Baseball & Softball Expo The San Diego Hall Of Champions

Todo el Año - Turismo El museo Cantina - Tequila Museum

Todo el Año - Turismo Colorado River Land Company

Jan 31 - Feb 03 - Film San Diego Black Film Festival Reading Cinemas Gaslamp 15

Todo el Año - Turismo "Wine Tasting & Art Gallery" Rosarito Beach

Todo el Año - Turismo Museo Regional de la Universidad Autónoma

Jan 26 - Festival San Diego Whale Festival Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier

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como elegir un proposito de año nuevo que pueda mantener How to choose a resolution you can keep New Year's resolutions may have varying degrees of success, but even those people who find it difficult to keep their resolutions year after year still tend to make a new resolution once the hour of midnight chimes. Employing the buddy system is one way to improve your chances of making your New Year's resolution a success. Los propositos de Año Nuevo pueden tener diversos grados de éxito, pero incluso las personas que tienen dificultades para mantener sus propositos año tras año siguen tendiendo a hacer una nueva resolución al empezar las campanadas de la medianoche. Aunque pueda parecer que los acuerdos se hicieron para romperse, los propositos de ano nuevo pueden ser el primer paso que mucha gente toma hacia una vida más feliz y saludable, haciendolo más que un ejercicio tonto anual con promesas vacías. Un obstáculo común que mucha gente debe borrar a la hora de hacer un proposito de Año Nuevo es la elección del proposito. El proposito de convertirse en un millonario en los próximos 12 meses es poco realista, ya que se está eligiendo el mismo proposito que hiciste el año pasado que no tuvo éxito. Antes de elegir un proposito de Año Nuevo para este año, considere las siguientes sugerencias dirigidas a ayudarle a elegir un proposito que tenga la oportunidad de tener éxito. * Que sea algo que probablemente disfrutara. El proposito de perder peso, es tal vez la resolución de Año Nuevo más popular cada año. Aunque no hay manera de medir la cantidad de personas que hacen

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este proposito y se aferran a él, es seguro asumir que muchas personas renuncian al proposito mucho antes de llegar a su meta en la pérdida de peso. Eso es porque los pasos que las personas deben tomar para bajar de peso no siempre son fáciles de adoptar. Muchas personas se inscriben en un gimnasio en enero, para comprometerse a sus proposito para bajar de peso. Pero unirse a un gimnasio no es siempre la respuesta, ya que es fácil llegar a ser intimidado en un gimnasio donde la mayoría de sus compañeros ya están en gran forma. Pero esto no significa que usted debe tener miedo de su proposito, al contrario, al buscar la manera de hacer su proposito agradable es más probable que se adhieren a el. Si usted ha decidido perder peso, pero un gimnasio no es para usted, inscríbase en una clase de baile o unase a un grupo de ciclistas. Hay más de una manera de comprometerse con su proposito, y al encontrar la forma más divertida de realizar su proposito suele ser la manera más fácil para que sea un éxito. * Haga un objetivo realista. Su proposito debe ser realista. Si no es así, las posibilidades de tener éxito son pequenas. Por ejemplo, el proposito de moverse al extranjero a finales del año que viene puede ser un gran text by myrna gaxiola


objetivo, pero si no tiene perspectivas de empleo en el extranjero o demasiados compromisos en casa, esta meta no es muy realista y es probable que no sea un proposito exitoso. Sin embargo, esto no significa que tenga que abandonar su sueño de mudarse al extranjero. En su lugar, decida hacer propositos que hagan su deseo de vivir en el extranjero un poco más realista. Aprender la lengua de su país favorito o aprender sobre el mercado de trabajo de ese país y trabajar para hacerse más atractivo para los potenciales empleadores extranjeros. Este es un objetivo más realista, que la decisión de trasladarse al extranjero en un futuro muy cercano, y lo prepara para tener éxito si en un futuro decide el trasladarse al extranjero. * Emplee el sistema de parejas. Los propositos no tiene que ser un espectáculo de un solo hombre. De hecho, su proposito puede ser más fácil de mantener si usted encuentra a alguien para realizarlo con usted. Por ejemplo, si usted ha decidido dejar de fumar, encontrar un amigo que también fuma y se comprometan a su proposito en conjunto. Puede apoyarse el uno al otro cuando las cosas se ponen difíciles y servir como organismo de control para asegurarse de que ninguno de ustedes se desvía de su meta. Si decide aprender un idioma extranjero en el próximo año, puede encontrar un amigo para inscribirse en una clase con usted. Como motivación adicional al final del año, si

ambos han cumplido con éxito sus propositos, pueden comprometerse a visitar un país extranjero donde se habla esta lengua que han aprendido. * Desarrollar un plan antes de hacer cualquier compromiso. Antes de comprometerse a un proposito, desarrolle un plan de cómo va a hacer que el proposito sea un éxito y determine si este plan es realista. Por ejemplo, si usted decide perder peso, un regimen de ejercicio y cambios en su dieta deben formar parte de su plan, examinarlo para ver qué tan probable es que se ajuste a él. Si su plan incluye levantarse a las 6 de la mañana todos los dias para hacer ejercicio y usted sabe que despertar temprano es un problema para usted, entonces usted no tiene que abandonar el proposito, pero es posible que deba desarrollar un nuevo plan que tenga mas probabilidades de exito. El plan debe estar trazado antes de hacer su proposito. Si usted simplemente no puede trazar un plan que sea susceptible a su horario, entonces esta resolución podría ser muy difícil de mantener y probablemente desee explorar otras opciónes. Muchas personas encuentran que sus propósitos de Año Nuevo se han quedado en el camino a finales del mes de Enero. Pero aquellos, que de verdad desean hacer un cambio, puede tomar medidas para garantizarse que sus propositos seran un éxito.

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