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Today's Features

  • Art receptions

    A public art show opening for “Jewelry by Liz Wallace” will be from 5-7 p.m. Jan. 29 at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, 704 Camino Lejo (Museum Hill), Santa Fe. For more information visit www.wheelwright.org or call 982-4636.

    A public art show opening for “Collecting New Mexico: Cady Wells,” will be on Saturday at the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, 750 Camino Lejo on Museum Hill, Santa Fe. For more information, call 982-2226 or visit www.spanishcolonial.org.  

  • Bracelets for sale
    The Los Alamos High School Student Council is selling different-colored bracelets to raise awareness for cancer. Each color represents different types of cancer. The bracelets will be on sale at LAHS in the Auxiliary Gym lobby everyday at lunch for $2 each. The proceeds will benefit cancer research. While they are hoping to raise some money, their primary focus is to make students aware of these types of cancers and their effects. The colors include; blue, teal or white, purple and pink, representing prostate, cervical, testicular and breast cancer.

  • Today
    A forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters will introduce the community to the candidates for the Los Alamos Public Schools School Board and for the University of New Mexico Los Alamos Advisory Board. Meet the eight candidates at UNM-LA Lecture Hall from 7 - 9 p.m.  Early voting is happening now. The election is Feb. 1.

    The Creative Culture District’s cultural planner is coming to Los Alamos Jan. 19-21. Attend the town hall meeting to give your input on what the needs are in Los Alamos. It will be from 6-

  • Bracelets for sale
    The Los Alamos High School Student Council is selling different-colored bracelets to raise awareness for cancer. Each color represents different types of cancer. The bracelets will be on sale at LAHS in the Auxiliary Gym lobby everyday at lunch for $2 each. The proceeds will benefit cancer research. While they are hoping to raise some money, their primary focus is to make students aware of these types of cancers and their effects. The colors include; blue, teal or white, purple and pink, representing prostate, cervical, testicular and breast cancer.

  • NEW YORK — Within moments after Regis Philbin caught viewers off-guard with the news that he’ll be leaving his talk show, the guessing game had begun: Who will replace him?
    Maybe “Survivor” host Jeff Probst? Mark Consuelos, hubby of Regis’ co-host, Kelly Ripa? Golden Globes bad boy Ricky Gervais? Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino from “Jersey Shore”?
    You kidding? Who can ever replace Reege?

  • LAS VEGAS — Motley Crue singer Vince Neil will take a plea deal and serve two weeks of jail time, plus two weeks of house arrest, for driving drunk in his Lamborghini last summer near the Las Vegas Strip.
    Neil agreed Tuesday to plead guilty to misdemeanor driving under the influence when he appears before a Las Vegas judge on Jan. 26, said Tess Driver, an aide to Clark County District Attorney David Roger.
    Neil’s publicist, Jill Siegel, released a statement on Neil’s behalf.

  • 1.  Grenade, Bruno Mars
    2. Firework, Katy Perry
    3.  What’s My Name? Rihanna
    featuring Drake
    4.  We R Who We R
    5. Raise Your Glass, P!nk
    6.  Tonight (I’m Lovin’ You), Enrique Iglesias, featuring Ludacris and DJ Frank E
    7.   Black and Yellow, Whiz Khalifa
    8. The Time (Dirty Bit) The Black
    Eyed Peas
    9.  Just the Way You Are, Bruno Mars
    10.  Only Girl (In the World), Rihannas
    11.  Dynamite, Taio Cruz

  • 1.  “The Green Hornet,” weekend gross, $33.5
    million
    2.  “The Dilemma,”
    weekend gross, $17.8 million
    3.  “True Grit,” weekend gross, $11 million
     4.  “The King’s Speech,” weekend gross, $9.1 million
    5. “Little Fockers,,”
    weekend gross, $7.1million
    6.  “The Fighter,”
    weekend gross, $10 million
    7.   “Tron Legacy,” weekend gross, $5.6 million

  • The Monitor has the inside scoop on what locals are reading. Otowi Station issued a current list of  popular books for Los Alamos readers.

  • For people with diabetes, selecting and preparing foods that are low in sugar, fat and sodium can be a challenge. The Los Alamos Cooperative Extension Service, in partnership with the New Mexico Department of Health Diabetes Prevention and Control Program, will offer a series of free cooking classes for people with diabetes and their family members or caretakers.