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Sundance Film Festival 2009 — Best of Fest

January 25th, 2009 · 1 Comment

Over the course of the festival, we watched 21 films in ten days…and there were still many more we wish we had seen. Below is the list of our favorites, as well as films to be on the lookout for in theaters (ones that we know have distribution deals as of March 2009). Fair disclosure: […]

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Sundance Film Festival 2009 — Top 10 Moments

January 25th, 2009 · No Comments

This is my fourth Sundance Film Festival, and Dan’s third. However, this is the first year we came for the entire 10 days of the festival. It was an incredible time. Our friends came for the long Martin Luther King Day weekend and my family came for the second half to celebrate my mom’s big […]

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Mexico City: Month Two

August 30th, 2008 · 1 Comment

We are having a great time here in Mexico City! Read below for an attempt to crystallize why. And, many of you have been asking for photos of our neighborhood and apartment, so check out the link attached! Kimberly For photos, click here. From Mexico City — our neighborhood Month two in Mexico City, and […]

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Tags: America · Mexico · North America

Oaxaca

August 21st, 2008 · No Comments

Part II of the Haimsohn family roadtrip was to Oaxaca. This beautiful city is a destination in itself – but the handicraft villages and ruins in the mountains nearby make it a must-see spot in Mexico. Kimberly For photos, click here: Oaxaca, Villages Oaxaca Villages around Oaxaca After a six hour drive from Puebla, we […]

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Puebla

August 18th, 2008 · No Comments

My parents came to visit us in Mexico in August – and we took a roadtrip to Puebla and Oaxaca. The beautiful colonial city of Puebla was the first stop on our trip, and we visited a number of the smaller towns in the area, including the giant pyramid of Cholula. Kimberly For photos, click […]

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Tags: Mexico