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Book Scene: Ritmo y Color

Looks like no one wants to compete with the Fringe this week.

If you need a break from Fringing by the end of the week, catch the Literary Short Series on Saturday, at Ritmo y Color: Focus Mexico, which runs at the Harbourfront Centre as part of the World Routes series.

Maria Angelica Enriquez moderates a reading and discussion with some Mexican and Latin American authors, including Claudio Andres Kuczer, Emma Beltran, Pastor Valle Garay, and Rosario Gomez. 1pm in the Studio Theatre.

There's music, dance, food, art, and so forth, too. Should be a good time.


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