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Enter the Valentine’s Day Card Contest or Die
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The End of the Beginning
Young theater company reprises its first show
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The Aux Dog Theatre, if no longer in its infancy, is still in its toddlerdom. It’s a young theater, and in the producer’s note to the 2011 season, Eli Browning admits that the space has struggled to stay open during its formative years.
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How Albuquerque got its nerd back
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Edgewood Music and Arts Fest
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Sunset Chuckwagon barbecue, Western swing music, raptor show and wildlife zoo.
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