Sen. Mary Jane Garcia Cocks a Fist at New Mexican Machismo
By Kate Trainor
Sen. Mary Jane Garcia and animal rights supporters are stepping into the ring to ban cockfighting in New Mexico, but her opponents want a fight to the death.
Insurance for Domestic Partners
Measure demands carriers come up with a plan
By Marisa Demarco
It's a distinction in wording important enough to merit italics in the news release. The bills making their way through the state's House and Senate this session require commercial insurance carriers to have a package for domestic partners—if employers choose to offer it.
By Marisa Demarco
The Real F-Bomb—There are no "bad" words. There are ugly ones. There are vicious, rude, divisive and crass ones. There are flabby and flat ones.
Stopping the Next Stupid War
A conversation with Kathleen O’Malley, Albuquerque’s international peace activist
By Jim Scarantino
You can meet truly amazing people in Albuquerque. I sat down with Dr. Kathleen O’Malley to talk about her work for peace in Iraq, Palestine and, now, Iran. Bill Richardson isn't the only New Mexican flying off to the world’s flashpoints of hate and violence. He goes with the protection of a host government under the glare of television cameras. O’Malley goes in as just another vulnerable human being, using her own resources and body to stand for peace.
The Real Side
Land of Impeachment
Our chance to save the nation
By Jim Scarantino
Benjamin Franklin. Thomas Jefferson. Gerald Ortiz Y Pino. John Grubesic. Great names in American democracy.
Ortiz y Pino
To Mary, From Our Hearts
La Guadalupana at Offcenter
By Jerry Ortiz y Pino
Last week I attended the opening of a wonderful art show, one every Albuquerquean should find the time to visit during the next month.
Odds & Ends
By Devin D. O’Leary
Dateline: The Netherlands--Terrie Berenden, a pet shop owner in the southern Dutch town of Zelhem, has invented the world’s first beer for dogs. Berenden created the brew, made from beef extract and malt, specifically for her pet Weimaraners. “Once a year we go to Austria to hunt with our dogs, and at the end of the day we sit on the veranda and drink beer. So we thought, my dog has also earned it,” she said. A local Dutch brewery was consigned to make the nonalcoholic drink, called Kwispelbier. The beer is fit for human consumption as well, but at 1.65 euros a bottle ($2.14), it’s about four times more expensive than a Heineken.
As the owners of Jinja Bar and Bistro, we were surprised and disappointed by Jennifer Wohletz' review of our new restaurant in Albuquerque [Restaurant Review, Jan. 11-17]. Her article had all the subtlety, care and concern of a drive-by shooting. In fact, the angry, self-absorbed tone of the article said more about her than it did about our restaurant.
Science of Beer
By Taylor Grabowsky
Get your beer geek on with demos, talks and fun experiments.
International Polar Bear Day
By Steve Bahama
Learn more about polar bears while watching feedings, listening to enrichment and zookeeper talks.
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Entrepreneur Insights: Lessons from Global Leaders at Gravitate
The co-founder and CEO of Moz, Rand Fishkin, hosts a lively evening discussion on the history of Moz and the challenges of tech entrepreneurship. Registration is required.
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