In many of the countries where our world goods are made, elephants are revered, respected and even worshipped. They are also pushed out of their natural habitats by development and pollution, trapped for zoos and amusement parks and illegally poached for their increasingly valuable ivory tusks. On August 12, World Elephant Day reminds us that […]
Mexicali Blues is thrilled to be working with the Hidden Valley Nature Center as a sponsor for the 2016 Live Edge Music Festival! This fabulous Maine festival will boast awesome music, delicious local food, refreshing craft beer, and even belly dancers–all set in the midst of HVNC’s 1,000 acres of trails, pond shore frontage and bogs. […]
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Owls are known in Native American lore as the keepers of sacred knowledge. Other ancient cultures believed that owls were actually priestesses and wizards in disguise, and to this day they are still considered to be messengers and companions to these magical folk. Sacred to Athena–the Grecian goddess of wisdom and war–owls are often considered […]
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Here at Mexicali Blues HQ, we feel so grateful to live and work in a community in which sustainable agriculture, healthy whole foods, and local farming are growing to be valued as important facets of life. In a world that is frequently oriented towards speed and convenience, the benefits of growing and cooking our own […]
Phish Mayan Calender Tee (Whatever happens, we’ll be well dressed!) There are many theories about what will happen tomorrow, December 21, 2012. Scholars studying the Mayan calender first began positing that this date would mark the abrupt end of the world, because 12/21/12 is the last date listed on this important 13th cycle or “baktun” […]
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