Cover to Cover Open Book

Cover to Cover Open Book – April 28, 2006

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CROSSING BORDERS, a Tale of Two Countries: Singing at Saint Jude’s in Michoacan and evening mass at the Church of Carmen Alta in Oaxaca City. Luis Alberto Urrea on the "The Devil’s Highway." Scott Carrier in Sasabe, Sonora, Mexico and Sasabe, Arizona. Guillermo Gómez-Peña’s "Maquiladoras of the Future." "And I walked…" with Charles Bowden, by Ann Heppermann and Kara Oehler.

Part One of Crossing Borders: In this part:

Bronwyn Ximm has a One-minute Vacation, this one from the Lunes de Cerro festival in Oaxaca. "And I walked…" (with Charles Bowden) is a border-crossing sound-portrait by Ann Heppermann and Kara Oehler. Guillermo Gómez-Peña imagines "Maquiladoras of the Future," fantasy border factories. And Luis Alberto Urrea reads from "The Devil’s Highway," his book about death in the desert.

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