Across the Great Divide
State PAC contributions show deep partisan fissures
By Margaret Wright
In the spring primary election season, state political action committees spent nearly $4 million. It’s only reasonable to expect that the funding game will intensify during the looming general election.
Jessica Cassyle Carr
Keys to the City
Walmart on the Rio Grande
By Jessica Cassyle Carr
Albuquerque is seduced by Walmart, a placeless place where, once inside, you could be anywhere in the country. It's a shame we're looking at plopping a big-box store in one of the most unique places in the city.
Occupy the Alibi
La Lucha, Unida
Mexican peace movement crosses the border
By Andrew Beale
The Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity traveled from the top to the bottom of Mexico in a "caravan of consolation" to demand an end to the drug war and the violence it entails. On Saturday, Aug. 18, it comes to Albuquerque.
Odds & Ends
By Devin D. O’Leary
Funny because it happens to someone else.
National History Day: Albuquerque Regional competition at National Hispanic Cultural Center
National History Day is a year round program that encourages thousands of middle and high school students nationwide to engage in research on a topic of their choosing that relates to the yearly theme. This year’s theme is "Leadership and Legacy in History." Students create projects and compete in regional, state and the national contests. The projects may take the form of research papers, performances, documentaries, websites or exhibits.
Aromatherapy for Mood Management at AFT New Mexico
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