Today's Features

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    Sunday, March 4, 2012
    06:00 AM UCTV
    05:30 PM Key to the Kingdom
    06:00 PM Drawing Men to Christ
    07:00 PM United Church
    08:00 PM That Which Is
    09:00 PM Trinity on the Hill
    12:00 PM Free Speech TV

    Monday, March 5, 2012
    06:00 AM Democracy Now! LIVE
    10:00 AM The Thomas Hartman Show
    11:00 AM Spirituality Today
    11:30 AM New Mexico History Conference – Rick Hendricks
    12:00 PM Army Newswatch
    12:30 PM Elizabeth Clare Prophet
    01:30 PM Living Treasures Ceremony
    03:00 PM The David Pakman Show

  • The following restaurant inspection reports were provided by the New Mexico Environment Department.

    Los Alamos

    Bandelier Grill, 11 Sherwood Blvd.
    Date inspected: Feb. 14
    Violations: One high-risk violation for storage — they had some oven cleaner cans near grill, which they removed. OK now. They had a grease fire earlier. Fire marshal called, concerned of sanitization of grill. The grill appears to be clean. One low-risk violation for floors/walls/ceilings — food item on floor behind the grill and stove needs to be cleaned.
    Status of establishment: Approved, no follow-up required.

    Los Alamos Co-op Market, 95 Entrada Dr.
    Date inspected: Feb. 23

  • Join gardening instructor Martha Davis for a class on Small and Unusual Fruits for Los Alamos.The class will be from 7-9 p.m. March 6 held at Pajarito Environmental Education Center, 3540 Orange St.
    The class is $20 or $18 for PEEC members and advance registration is requested.
     Participants in the class will discover small and unusual fruits such as gooseberries, currants, Cornelian cherries and quinces.
    Learn how to grow these and what to do with them once they’ve grown. Davis will share strategies to deal with an unfamiliar fruit, how to cook with one and will provide recipes to class participants.

  • What started out as a joke on Leap Year four years ago, is becoming a reality for a group of Northern New Mexican artists.  
    In 2008, Española artist Nikki Bustos did a show at the Bond House Museum in Española. At that time, she made a deal with the person who used to run the museum. She jokingly agreed to do another show on the next Leap Year, not really expecting it to happen. As luck would have it, she was placed on the calendar. She had forgotten about it until she got a reminder about her March 2012 show.

  • Actor and musician Davy Jones died Wednesday of a heart attack in Florida. Best known as a teen idol from the band and TV show The Monkees in the 1960's, Jones also appeared on various British and American TV shows throughout the years.

  • Today
    Go for the (Leprechaun) Gold at Piñon Elementary St. Patrick’s Day Fun Run will be at 9 a.m. March 17. The event will include kid-friendly 5k and one-mile runs. Early registration ends today. The cost is $5 for children and $10 for adults. All participants get a T-shirt and finishing prize. Los Alamos National Bank and High Mesa Dental Arts sponsor the event.

    Pajarito Environmental Education Center presents a talk and book signing at 7 p.m., by Katherine Ware, Exhibits and Photography curator of the New Mexico Museum of Art and author of “Earth Now.” The event will be at PEEC, 3540 Orange St. For more information, visit PajaritoEEC.org, call 662-0460 or email Programs@PajaritoEEC.org.


  • One local resident is MADD and she’d like the community to help with her problem.
    White Rock resident Deb Minyard teaches at Pojoaque Valley High School and now she has to “Walk to Line.” Minyard is hoping local friends and neighbors will help her raise funds to support their senior appreciation night with a 3K and 5K walk on Saturday.
    “As a teacher, I am trying to raise awareness about the Walk Like MADD event and I am encouraging students in all of my classes to participate,” she said.
    Minyard is currently the band director and oversees freshman and juniors as an AVID teacher.

  • Those who have never been to a dinner theatre will get the chance from 5-8 p.m. Saturday at Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church.
    The dinner will be buffet-style, complete with wine and dessert, and will form an integral part with the play. Silent and live auctions will also be offered.
    According to the play’s authors, Jeff and Kandice Favorite, “The script is a parody of “The Love Boat.”  We started with a few lines that we found online and we greatly expanded it and made it local and personal.  It has been great fun to write and rehearse.  People are so funny.  We can’t wait to perform this for real.”

  •  Losing your husband and becoming a widow at an early age is a tragedy no one wants to consider.
    Imagine, however, that you are an eight-year-old in India and that you are widowed, without even remembering that you were married.
    In the Hindu faith, a wife is half her husband and when he dies, she is half a corpse, therefore she lives as though half-dead.  
    “Water” has the motive to open your eyes to the injustice these women suffer and it pulls you in through its rich character development.
    This remarkable film will carry you out of your comforts and into the home of these widows and the ashram they jointly inhabit from youth into old age.  

  • Are you an adult with an on-going health condition? The Family YMCA is offering a FREE MyCD (Manage Your Chronic Disease) Workshop. People with diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, heart disease, chronic pain, anxiety, depression, or other chronic health condition can learn how a MyCD Workshop can help take charge of their lives.
    Attendees will get the support they need, find practical ways to deal with pain and fatigue, discover better nutrition and exercise choices, understand new treatment choices, learn better ways to talk with their doctors and family about their health, set their own goals and make a step-by-step plan to improve their health — and lives.