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A guide to unique pets
A guide to backyard bird-feeding
Local organizations help homeless pets and their owners
What blind dogs can teach us about hardship
A conversation with Martin Facey
New councilor moves forward
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“You, Me and the Apocalypse” on NBC
Litter Brain on their new album, Nope
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Jersey Jack’s guide to healthy living
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The Museum of Natural History & Science is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a year's worth of special exhibits and events. They kicked off the festivities by announcing an affiliation with the Smithsonian Institution, who helped bring the Post Diamond Tiara to New Mexico as a special exhibit at the museum (still running). The new partnership means we'll be able to see some of the same exhibits seen in Washington D.C. The museum also recently celebrated the opening of the new STEM education wing, a task that has taken six years to see completion.