These kids were in blissful embrace during a reggae and ska festival in San Salvador Atenco on Friday. Read my post about it at LA Daily. The festival was held in a dirt soccer field surrounded by rusty metal barricades. They sold caguamas for $25 pesos. Besides open P.D.A. I also saw some dads and moms ska-jamming with their toddlers and tweens. Later that night I carried my last caguama on a standing-room-only bus back to the city, to the transit hub at San Lazaro, elated with everything. * More here.