Rubén Martínez
With Joe Garcia, John Schayer and Ruben Gonzalez
July 30, 2009

In this evening of stories and songs, high end art colonies materialize on dusty plains. Mexican migrant corridors transect Native lands. Writer Martinez, accompanied by his longtime musical partner, explores some of the oldest American symbols and the newest motley cast of characters to confront them.

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