From Toilet to Tap
Rio Rancho plans to pour effluent into the aquifer
By Christie Chisholm
Rio Rancho’s waste is being wasted. The same is true for most cities, which treat their sewage well enough to be used for gray water purposes but then send it downriver. Due to the plight of the desert and a rapidly growing population, Rio Rancho no longer wants to send off its sewage.
The Drugs Are Winning
We’re using more than ever
By Samara Alpern
New Mexico is the longtime world heavyweight and still national champion in deaths by drug overdose. But lawmakers passed a landmark memorial that could put a dent in the yearly death toll.
Citizens Really United
Activists prompt New Mexico to take a stand
By Marisa Demarco
A megaphone made of cash. That’s what Stephen Colbert sought when he created his super PAC in a satirical dismantling of the Supreme Court’s Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission decision.
Odds & Ends
By Devin D. O’Leary
Funny because it happens to someone else.
Albuquerque Folk Festival
Learn about folk activities that include old American, New Mexican, Middle Eastern, and other international traditions that include music, dance, storytelling and more.
Courtesy of Cerrillosstation.com
Cerrillos Station Open House
By Megan Reneau
Opening reception for paintings by renowned painter Mishcka O'Connor. Family activities including a baby farm animal coral, pop up art show, food trucks, and more. The Attitudes perform live.
Courtesy of Faye Fearless Facebook Page
Olivander's Wand Making Class for Witches and Wizards
By Renee Chavez
Learn about the wandlore history of the Harry Potter world. Every attendee will leave the class with their very own custom designed wand.
Gentle Yoga La Russe and Tea at Kalm Yoga
For native Russian speakers or people who want to improve, try a bilingual yoga class in a friendly environment.
Oils and Yoga at Kalm Yoga
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