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Today's Features

  • Those that missed the William-Kate wedding  festivities at Westminster Abbey last Friday, should look no further because “Five Women Wearing the Same Dress” debuts at the Los Alamos Little Theatre this week. While it may not be the royal wedding itself, Alan Ball’s serio-comedic play features five bridesmaids sporting identical gowns in absolute-apricot, complete with stand-alone skirts, dyed-peach prom pumps and hats even the flying nun would envy.

  • An opportunity to enjoy the spring season is approaching. From 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday on the Fuller Lodge lawn, the public can enjoy the sun, the fresh air and the plethora of art available through the Los Alamos Arts Council’s 44th Annual Spring Arts and Crafts Fair. 

  • The School of New Mexico Dance Theater presents its seventh annual spring recital, “Around the World,” at 7 p.m. Friday and 2 p.m. Saturday at the Duane W. Smith Auditorium.

    “Recital themes have always been very important to me,” NMDT director Susan Baker-Dillingham said. “A theme provides a cohesive feel to the entire event and every student, parent and faculty member feel part of a large structured event.” 

  • A letter from Trisha, the bride’s friend.

    Hey, Tracy — Congratulations on your upcoming wedding! I’d be honored to be your bridesmaid.
    So you finally decided to settle down — wow! You’re a lot braver than I am. Tell me about this Scott guy — I hope he is a little “less” interesting than the other Southern gentlemen with whom you and I had the pleasure of associating in the past.
    I still get a little embarrassed when I think of some of the wild times you and I had together. Did we really party as much as I seem to remember us doing? Perhaps it’s better that I can’t remember all the details.

  • “Nobody worries about kids listening to thousands, literally thousands of songs about heartbreak, rejection, pain, misery and loss. Did I listen to pop music because I was miserable? Or was I miserable because I listened to pop music?”
    Thus earnestly wonders Rob Gordon (John Cusack) at the beginning of “High Fidelity” (2000),  next up in Mesa Public Library’s Music Film Series.
    Director Stephen Frears’ adaptation of Nick Hornby’s novel is one of my top-five cynical romantic comedies. The characters act like people, not just bodies and voices fulfilling their plot-driven destinies.

  • Today
    Three newly elected Los Alamos County Councilors, Geoff Rodgers, Jim Hall and Ron Selvage, will discuss their vision for future development in Los Alamos County at the Sierra Club meeting at 7 p.m. in the Upstairs Meeting Rooms of the Mesa Public Library.
    Thursday
    The Los Alamos Farmers’ Market opens at 7 a.m. and runs every Thursday morning through October in the Mesa Public Library parking lot.

    Los Alamos Lions Club meets at 6 p.m. the first and third Thursday of each month. Those interested in the Lions Club should call Dennis Wulff at 672-9563 or email drwulff47@aol.com

  • Last month, Anita Boshier organized a celebration for her German students that participated in the National German Exams this year.
    There was a lot to celebrate: 23 students (Level 2: Lindsay Philp, Thomas Langford, Andrea Enciso, Eric Begnaud, Toni Batha, Kathrine Eriksen, Tristan Goodwin, Christina Moore, Jack Mockler, Kristen Haertling; Level 3: Miriam Barnum, Laura Wendelberger, Rachel Robey, Marie Luise Schmidt, Isaac Koh, Lorenzo Venneri, Elisabeth Turner; Level 4: Martin Loncaric, Emily Tencate, Miranda Mundt, Sky Korber) received book prizes and “gold” certificates for being among the top 90th percentile of over 25,000 students who took the National German Examination administered by the American Association of Teachers of German (AATG) in 2011.

  • SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — In the race to build a faster computer chip, there is literally nowhere to go but up. Today's chip surfaces are packed with the tiniest electronic switches the laws of physics allow, but Intel Corp. says it is blowing past those limits with a breakthrough, three-dimensional transistor design it revealed Wednesday.

    Analysts call it one of the most significant developments in silicon transistor design since the integrated circuit was invented in the 1950s. It opens the way for faster smartphones, lighter laptops and a new generation of supercomputers — and possibly for powerful new products engineers have yet to dream up.

  • A letter from a bridesmaid.

    Hey Tracy,
    I received your request to be in your wedding. I honestly can’t believe you asked me. So you are going to marry Scott McClure — all I can say is that is an interesting choice. Well, of course I will be in your wedding since we are old friends. How have you been? I really haven’t talked to you in years.
    I really want to see these dresses that we will be wearing. You know I’m a little self-conscious, so please try to make it something figure-flattering. What will the groomsmen be wearing? I certainly hope that you don’t have any bald groomsmen. That will make for very unattractive wedding photos.

  • Wednesday
    The Brown Bag Series presents a Flute and Friends concert at noon at Fuller Lodge.

    Three newly elected Los Alamos County Councilors, Geoff Rodgers, Jim Hall and Ron Selvage, will discuss their vision for future development in Los Alamos County at the Sierra Club meeting at 7 p.m. in the Upstairs Meeting Rooms of the Mesa Public Library.
    Thursday
    The Los Alamos Farmers’ Market opens at 7 a.m. and runs every Thursday morning through October in the Mesa Public Library parking lot.

    Los Alamos Lions Club meets at 6 p.m. the first and third Thursday of each month. Those interested in the Lions Club should call Dennis Wulff at 672-9563 or email drwulff47@aol.com.