The Energy Code’s Deep Freeze
Polarized reactions to the repeal of building standards
By Margaret Wright
At the tail end of 2011, Albuquerque's rules were replaced with state regulations—also weakened under Republican leadership. Reactions to the vote signaled the depth of the ideological division that has grown among citizens and politicians.
From the Foxhole
My Iraq War
Taking aim at the destroyer
By Alex E. Limkin
The end to the war has been declared. But the declaration hasn’t been that important. A private army of contractors remains in Iraq, funded in part by the $6 billion 2012 budget of the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad. So is the war really over?
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.
Regreening From the Inside Out at Albuquerque Shambhala Meditation Center
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