Musical biopic sings a sad, romantic song
“God Friended Me” on CBS
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Fabled rocker has brief chat with local music critic
Gubernatorial debate offers clear delineation
Citizen input ensures compliance, progress of department
After a bye-week the University of New Mexico's football squad looks to maintain its winning-record against Lynchburg,Virginia's Liberty University. UNM has outscored opponents by an average of six points throughout three games this season; partially due to an unimpressive performance in week two. However, with struggles on both sides of the field, UNM gave fifth-ranked Wisconsin a run during the first half before falling in the second.
County commission race an important part of Burque’s future
Let me begin by stating that the prior Lobos preview may have been a tad bit optimistic considering the final results. So while we get the sour taste from the homecoming game out of our mouths, we should focus on the always-needed room for improvement. Although injuries didn't help the University of New Mexico's football team this weekend, its defense furthered its already questionable reputation to boot.
The University of New Mexico’s Athletic Department has recently begun featuring a new series titled, “Get to know your Lobos,” where, throughout the remainder of the off season, golobos.com will be making its way across the men's basketball roster; asking personal questions of each individual player. So far the first installments contain arguably the three most highly-anticipated players for the 2018 season: Dane Kuiper, Anthony Mathis and Vance Jackson. As the first game approaches, players will continued to be featured by the site in order to provide fans an insight to our beloved Lobo athletes' interests and preparation heading into the season. Whether it relays a player's educational focus, a recreational activity or his preference in red or green chile, fans have also been encouraged to join in on the action by sending their direct questions to @UNMlobosMBB on Twitter.
Riding the Bosque in the fall
While riding with a shiver that is no longer warmed by the 8:30 sun you begin to wonder … WTF happened to summer? Wasn’t it just last week that we reached another all time hellish high? Helmet hair was oh so much more then just flat, back then, just a minute ago. Well, welcome fall.
Writer in Residence, Paul Zolbrod, shares his experiences
Too often small gets lost in the big, yet sometimes it's just the opposite, and Albuquerque’s regionally-based Museum of Military Families can now boast on that score.
AP photo editor and Pulitizer juror visits ABQ
The depth and power of Linqua Franqa
Artist Chemi Rosado-Seijo in conversation with journalist Juan D. González
Coming-of-age drama paints impressionistic portrait of preteen life
Energy and education are priorities for Democrat Abbas Akhil
With nearly one-third of the University of New Mexico's football season in the books and the much-anticipated basketball season rapidly approaching, there is a dark ambiance concerning other athletic problems lurking just around the corner. The aforementioned programs are arguably the two most coveted in Albuquerque, but many fans remain disgruntled about the decisions made regarding the recent cuts to other athletic organizations.
Council works on issues related to helicopters, communication and jobs
The electric shock of Burque’s bands
Kathy’s Carry Out on Isleta reps Burque
Disney digital dawns
Lynnette Haozous' mural work aims to inspire
Complex play opens at Vortex Theatre
Cannabis investors are not welcome here
Poki Poblano Fusion serves original, tasty dishes in classy atmosphere
Martin Heinrich visits the State Fair
City Council met after Labor Day
Sept.,16 UNM will kick-start its season
Amidst a series of debatable decisions, the University of New Mexico looks to retain a respectable start and finish for each of the sports' programs. While there are many mentionable programs, the attention usually seems to rest on the lap of the UNM Men's Basketball Team, who have recently provided much-needed revenue for a struggling athletic department.