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Today's Features

  • Jan. 20
    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.

  • Calendars available
    Friends of the Shelter Calendars are available for a limited time at the following locations Animal Clinic of Los Alamos, Ridgeview Vet, Brownell’s Hallmark, CB Fox, Pet Pangaea and Otowi Station.  
    Coordinator needed

  • Salvador and Pauline Saiz are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter, Krystal Marie Saiz, to Isaac David Simmonds, son of Stanley and Ingrid Simmonds of White Rock.

  • Baha’i Faith
    For information, e-mail losalamosla@gmail.com. For general information, call the Baha’i Faith phone at 1-800-228-6483.

  • “I hear some people say they are ‘spiritual’ but not ‘religious.’  What do they mean?” — Judy

    The place to start is to ask your friends what they mean by this statement. Absent their response here, we can make a few general observations.

  • On Jan. 22, the Los Alamos Concert Association presents a performance by the renowned pianist Sergei Babayan. The concert will begin at 8 p.m. in Duane Smith Auditorium on the Los Alamos High School campus, and a reception will follow the concert.

  • The Authors Speak Series kicks off a brand new line up beginning at 7 p.m. in the upstairs rotunda of Mesa Public Library Jan. 27 with two science writers, both frequent contributors to the New York Times.
    Scientist or not, everyone is welcome to the free talk by these professionals who also run the annual Santa Fe Science Writers Workshop each summer. The authors will offer tips of the trade on the basics of how to translate complex scientific information into language accessible to laymen.

  • Murder, mystery and intrigue are all a part of any good murder mystery. Los Alamos Little Theater’s adaptation of Agatha Christie’s “Go Back for Murder” is no exception.
    The advertisements and articles leading up to the show intrigued me. I definitely wanted to see this play. I love a good murder mystery, so I was hoping this production wouldn’t disappoint.
    It didn’t.

  • Parent looking  for simple things to help a sick child or build up children’s immunities can learn about herbal remedies at Pajarito Environmental Education Center.
    Kristi Beguin, scientist, herbalist and environmental consultant, will offer a class on Effective Herbal Remedies for Children. Herbal remedies can be used safely to ease symptoms of illness, build immunity and enhance wellness.