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Immigration Nation

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Frontier—in America, the word holds freedom. It implies individuality and self-reliance. "It's where we go to remake ourselves," says photographer David Taylor [See this week’s News Feature, “Port of Entry.”] Frontera on the other hand, adheres to the literal definition. It's a line, a boundary.


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A woman serenades the border patrol agents.
David Taylor

News Feature

Port of Entry

From right and left, two men find their way to the real immigration story

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When Paul Wells started working as a border patrol agent in Las Cruces 30 years ago, his station had a two-way radio and a telephone. "That was it," he says, and there were less than 2,000 agents nationwide.


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Hail, Velocipede!

Trail-a-Week: Bear Canyon Arroyo

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"May 7, 1990. Dear diary, today we (me Dad Li'l Bro) went on a huge huge bike ride 14 miles it was so so fun. We went on one of those bridges across the highway. When we were done we went to this place called ‘20 Carrots’ and got a milkshake! PS All the waitresses wear earrings in their nose. Hoop and diamond."


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Gene Grant

This Ain’t No Girl Fight

Guv candidates brawl on immigration

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You knew Denish vs. Martinez was going to be a donnybrook the second Susana Martinez declared victory on primary night. Since then, this huffing and puffing about these "ladies" not comporting themselves is not just silly, it's insulting. Welcome to modern politics. You get your love at home.


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Odds and Ends

Odds & Ends

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Dateline: Taiwan—Dentists are urging fast-food chains to put health warnings on their burgers—not because the burgers contain harmful ingredients, but because they are so dangerously large. According to a report in the China Post, dentists in Taiwan say many burger eaters have been treated for jaw-related injuries after trying to eat the plus-sized sandwiches offered by many national chains. Hsu Ming-Iung, associate professor of the School of Dentistry at National Yang-Ming University, said the human jaw is designed to open for objects up to 1 1/2 half inches. Many fast-food restaurants now offer burgers towering up to 3 inches in height. The big burgers are causing some diners to suffer symptoms of temporomandibular dysfunction—including sore jaws and difficulty opening the mouth—and should be banned, say the dentists.


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Letters

The twenty-teens turned out to be a pivot point for governmental, corporate and citizen attitudes and relationships on a variety of fronts but especially in regard to energy sources and most profoundly in the U.S. Events worldwide overtook the entrenched power bases and their ability to maintain a belief in the realities that sustained them.


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A Consensual Cuddle Puddle

The Cuddle Revolution

By Mayo Lua de Frenchie
This is a completely platonic experience for adults only. Please arrive on time. Use a series of exercises to practice consensual and safe touch, as well as authentic connection.
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Silk and Lights and Everything Nice

Dragon Lights Albuquerque

By Mayo Lua de Frenchie
Formerly known as the Chinese Lantern Festival, see the all new larger-than-life, fully-illuminated lanterns, Chinese cultural performances and special handicrafts.
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Riding the Big, Tin Goose

Fly the Ford TriMotor

By Mayo Lua de Frenchie
Experience what was the height of flying luxury in 1928, at the start of commercial air travel. Book a flight or just view the aircraft.
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Show Your Colors

Con-Jikan

By Joshua Lee
A pop-culture festival focused on the world of anime and gaming, emphasizing fun and fandom.
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It's Not a Hula

Tahitian Dance Workshop

By Mayo Lua de Frenchie
Don't get it twisted. Tahitian dance is not the hula. Tahitian dance is centered around the hips for storytelling instead of the hands, and it's from … wait for it … Tahiti, not Hawaii. This style, also called 'Ori Tahiti, is a far more aggressive style in most cases, especially from the male dancers. Shock. Kellie Villicano of the Ka Lā Kapu Polynesian Dance School brings this Tahitian Dance Workshop
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