V.26 No.7 | 02/16/2017
Kung Fu Buddhists
Friday, Feb 24: Shaolin Warriors: The Legend Continues
By Taylor Grabowsky [ Thu Feb 23 2017 2:00 PM ]
Zen Buddhist monks from the Shaolin Temple give a world-class performance of martial arts.
Good for the Sole
Friday, Feb 24: Ars Longa: Vita Brevis
By Maggie Grimason [ Thu Feb 23 2017 1:00 PM ]
Vanguard choreography in flamenco and contemporary dance by international guest artists and UNM's distinguished resident faculty.
V.26 No.2 | 01/12/2017
Science + Art = Molecool
Friday, Jan 20: Collected Works: Michael Wallace Opening
By Maggie Grimason [ Thu Jan 19 2017 10:00 AM ]
Featured works include pastels, oils, acrylics, mixed media and electronic media from the earth scientist and creator of the Calabacillas Arroyo public art. Runs through 1/31.
V.26 No.2 | 1/12/2017
Lobo Athletics Spring Sports Schedules
As a service to the strange and beautiful people in Lobo Country, here are the Lobos' home game schedules for men and women's basketball, track and field, baseball and softball.
V.25 No.52 | 12/29/2016
The Mewment is Now
Friday, Jan 6: Cat Lady Crafts Reception
By Maggie Grimason [ Thu Jan 5 2017 10:00 AM ]
See artwork about not always fitting in in the art world and rejection in other facets of life from artist Sara MacNeil. Runs through 1/31. Performances by dancer Ariel Burge and comedians Danger K Varoz and Caitlin Minton.
Study Looks to Reduce Oil Industry's Impact on Mule Deer
The oil industry’s impact on animals is being studied and it’s the end of the line for Bob Frank.
V.25 No.50 | 12/15/2016
Friday, Dec 16: Handel's Messiah
By Nina Ferrell [ Thu Dec 15 2016 2:00 PM ]
Roger Melone conducts the New Mexico Philharmonic performing the beloved, sacred symphonic work.
By Joshua Lee
UNM Planning Future Construction
UNM plans major renovations, N.M.’s rural population has the highest poverty rate in the nation and a new development takes shape east of EDo.
V.25 No.46 | 11/17/2016
By Joshua Lee
UNM Campus Vandalized
Acts of vandalism at UNM, potentially free bus rides and local protests against the orange one.
V.25 No.45 | 11/10/2016
Hearing the Light
Thursday, Nov 17: Musicology Colloquium Series: Music in Images in the Arts of New Spain
By Joshua Lee [ Wed Nov 16 2016 10:00 AM ]
Dr. Ray Hernández-Durán explores religious music from the 16th century through an examination of mission design, manuscript illuminations and secular music from the 18th century.
V.25 No.44 | 11/03/2016
Wah Wah Wah Waaaah
Friday, Nov 4: Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead
By Joshua Lee [ Thu Nov 3 2016 2:00 PM ]
Bert V. Royal Jr. explores Charles Schulz's Peanut characters as teens when they cope with drug use, suicide, eating disorders, teen violence, rebellion and sexual identity.
V.25 No.43 | 10/27/2016
By Joshua Lee
Teachers Protest Evaluations
In this week’s Newscity, APS teachers protest the state’s teacher evaluation process, APD begins to implement the use of Narcan and UNM reaches an agreement with the DOJ.
V.25 No.41 | 10/13/2016
The Daily Word in Saveur, Low Riders, Abelardo's Coke, Hummingbirds and Salmon Snagging
By August March [ Thu Oct 13 2016 1:17 PM ]
Over at a lifestyle magazine called Saveur, reporter David Tanis reports on a thing called New Mexico green chile.
Meanwile, at NM Politics, Gabe Vasquez writes about herencia.
This weekend, celebrate the poetic mythos of the lowrider at the NM Museum of History.
A Texas man named Abelardo allegedly brought 10 pounds of Peruvian marching powder into New Mexico. He pleaded guilty to those charges on Wednesday.
The Capitol Bar in Socorro has been in business for 120 years.
DCF Blogger Johnny Mango takes a trailer named "Happy" to Alamogordo.
Folks in Arkansas are debating the pros and cons of medical cannabis. As part of one teevee station's examination of an upcoming ballot initiative on the issue in the Natural State, former NM top cop Darren White was consulted.
Apparently, UNM Associate Professor Christopher Witt is friends with the agents of Huitzilopochtli.
V.25 No.37 | 09/15/2016
The Daily Word in Anaya, Diversity, Microwave Weapons and Hotdogs
By August March [ Thu Sep 15 2016 12:45 PM ]
New Mexico author Rudolfo Anaya will be honored with a National Humanities Medal at a Sept. 22 White House ceremony.
UNM has the highest number, per capita, of Hispanic and Native American faculty in the USA. But academia still lags with regard to instructor diversity, say experts.
Wise Pies may have to temporarily halt operations due to a beef the company has with state tax officials.
A state Republican lawmaker has filed an ethics complaint against a child advocacy group that ran satirical ads on the teevee.
Among this coming weekend's TedxABQ Talks: a discussion of combat-based nonlethal microwave weapons being developed at the local Air Force Research Lab.
The New Mexico Restaurant Association says Tatsu Miyazaki is our state's Chef of the Year; Pizza 9 also won a good neighbor award for being a positive force in our community, writes Las Cruces' newspaper of record.
The Texas Hornshell mussel is an endangered species struggling to spread its DNA in Southeastern New Mexican rivers.
Nearby Cibola County has seen a 50 percent decrease in precipitation over the past year.
Burque resident Anthony C. Osmond used a hotdog to catch and release a 28 inch tiger muskie.
V.25 No.35 | 09/01/2016
The Daily Word In justified gun discharge, no big 12 and the return of Lyft
By August March [ Thu Sep 1 2016 12:25 PM ]
An APD officer who suffered a broken femur and wrist in an encounter with a convicted felon and habitual offender was cleared of wrong doing in the incident.
UNM sports teams are out of the running to be part of the Big 12 Conference.
An affordable housing project called CUATRO opened on Fourth Street recently.
Albuquerque Public Schools is delaying some important remodeling and renovation projects because of a lawsuit calling into issue the district's funding process.
First the Isotopes eked one out; then the Bees bounced back.
The return of Lyft bodes well for the Duke City.
There are some really big Rainbow Trout in New Mexico lakes and someone from Burque caught one in the Pecos River "while fly-fishing with a bead-head, pheasant tail nymph."
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