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  • THIS WEEK
    ON PAC 8
    Views expressed on programs shown on PAC8 do not necessarily reflect the views of the manager, staff, or board.

    Friday, Sept. 5, 2014
    06:00 AM Democracy Now! – Live
    10:00 AM Democracy Now!
    11:00 PM County Council Meeting Replay 8-26-14
    02:00 PM Senior Olympics
    03:00 PM Barranca Mesa Speech Contest
    04:00 PM Al Jazeera DC Bureau
    05:00 PM Behind the White Coat – Avadh Salje
    05:30 PM Senior Olympics
    06:00 PM Democracy Now!
    07:00 PM Los Alamos Historical Society – La Mesa Fire – A Wake-Up Call?”
    08:30 PM The Garage
    09:00 PM Bongo Boy Rock and Roll
    09:30 PM Global 3000
    10:00 PM The New Pearl Harbor
    11:00 PM NNMCAB Meeting
    12:00 AM Free Speech TV

    Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014
    Free Speech TV

    Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014
    06:00 AM FSTV
    05:30 PM Key to the Kingdom
    06:00 PM Drawing Men to Christ
    07:00 PM United Church
    08:30 PM Trinity on the Hill
    09:30 PM Generations
    11:00 PM That Which Is
    12:00 PM Free Speech TV

  • ALBUQUERQUE (AP) — Starting earlier this week, New Mexico PBS, Ch. 5.1 will launch its new Fall Children’s Program Lineup, airing Monday-Friday.
    Furthering a commitment to using the power of media to educate and entertain America’s children, PBS Kids and Sesame Street introduced a bonus half-hour Sesame Street program on-air and on digital platforms.
    The additional half-hour program will air on NM PBS, Ch. 5.1, weekday afternoons at 2:30 p.m., complementing the one-hour series that airs weekday mornings at 10 a.m.
    For the first time, selected full episodes of the 30-minute show will also be available for free online at pbskids.org/video, on the PBS KIDS Video App and on the PBS Kids Roku channel. By offering this bonus half hour of Sesame Street in an additional timeslot, and through a growing number of digital services, PBS Kids hopes to reach even more children with one of America’s most beloved and educationally powerful children’s series.

  • Los Alamos
    Betty Ehart Center, 1101 Bathtub Row
    Date inspected: July 9
    Violations: None.
    Status of Establishment: Approved. No follow up required.

    Starbucks Kiosk at Smith’s Marketplace, 751 Trinity Dr.
    Date inspected: July 9
    Violations: None.
    Status of Establishment: Approved for opening. No follow up required.

    Smith’s Marketplace Bakery, 751 Trinity Dr.
    Date inspected: July 9
    Violations: None.
    Status of Establishment: Approved for opening. No follow up required.

    Smith’s Marketplace Deli, 751 Trinity Dr.
    Date inspected: July 9
    Violations: None.
    Status of Establishment: Approved for opening. No follow up required.

    Smith’s Marketplace Seafood Market, 751 Trinity Dr.
    Date inspected: July 9
    Violations: None.
    Status of Establishment: Approved for opening. No follow up required.

    Smith’s Marketplace Meat Market, 751 Trinity Dr.
    Date inspected: July 9
    Violations: None.
    Status of Establishment: Approved for opening. No follow up required.

  • S.F. yarn shop celebrates Fiestas at new location

  • The Los Alamos Little Theatre announces a slate of five shows for its 2014-15 season.
    September
    “Tower of Magic,” by local playwright Tess Light, explores the search for one’s true self amidst the chaos of an idiosyncratic family — a woman with near-magical creative talents, an obsessed ornithologist, a compulsive mezzo-soprano, a murderous chef, a mostly mute savant, a twinned linguist, and just to stir the pot a visitor who is a, yawn, civil engineer.
    November
    “And Then There Were None,” by the ever-popular Agatha Christie, in which ten guilty strangers, trapped on an island, are one by one accused of murder and die. Agatha Christie last graced the LALT stage in the 2010-11 season with “Go Back for Murder.”
    January
    “Murdered to Death,” by Peter Gordon, turns Agatha Christie on her head in a spoof led by the inept Inspector Pratt. The audience may be left wondering if laughter is the murderer.
    March

  • TAOS — Taos natives and Native Rock recording artists Robby Romero and Robert Mirabal have combined their talents to release a new “alter-Native” single “Iron Horse.” “Iron Horse” commemorates the Summer of the Red Willow, when Taos’ Kit Carson Park was renamed “Red Willow” in June 2014 by the Town of Taos.
    “When the opportunity presented itself, I suggested that the Town of Taos change the name of Kit Carson Park to Red Willow Park to honor the people of the Red Willow,” Romero said. “I made the suggestion to kindle a conversation about one-sided perspectives that are more often then not ‘his story’ – not ‘history.’”
    “Robby brought me out of the corn fields of Taos Pueblo to join in igniting a collective fire and creating a poetic dialogue,” Mirabal said. “I was a bit reluctant at first, however; as fate has it, the inevitable Kit Carson name-change provided the artistic momentum for a coming together of our music.”
    “Iron Horse,” written collaboratively by Mirabal and Romero, will be performed at a special “Summer of the Red Willow” concert at KTAOS Solar Pavilion on Sept. 20.

  • Los Alamos ScienceFest has expanded to a full week of mind-blowing demonstrations, interactive activities, art, discussions for inquisitive minds of all ages, from Sept. 5–13. The majority of ScienceFest events are free.
    Two highly anticipated special events are new to Los Alamos ScienceFest this year. RocketDay, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday will take off in White Rock, with the launch of 220 model rockets over a period of a few hours. The event, sponsored by Los Alamos National Laboratory and Boeing, will include an appearance by former shuttle astronaut, John Phillips.
    The festival will culminate with the biggest science festival in the state — Expo Day, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sept. 13 at Ashley Pond. Expo Day will feature 60 interactive exhibitors who will provide hands on activities showcasing science, technology, engineering and math. Expo Day is designed to encourage young people to seek careers in science, technology, engineering and math.

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    Presenter Laural Hardin returns to the Pajarito Environmental Education Center to discuss about which insects are beneficial, and what you can do to cultivate their benefits.

    The talk begins at 6:30 p.m. today. 

    Predacious beneficial insects are becoming the preferred method for treating problem insects in professional greenhouse production and in the backyard garden. Many people are unwittingly destroying beneficial insect populations with poor gardening practices. 

    This hands-on workshop will cover the types of beneficial insects, and how they can be encouraged to thrive, or be safely introduced into your environment.

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    WGN’s “Manhattan” continues with another dramatic episode and great turnout for the Los Alamos Historical Society’s viewing of the fifth episode, which aired Aug. 24. 

    Below are some of the common questions that the Historical Society heard that night and on social media. Every week the society will be updating a bulletin board in the museum to continue exploring questions and reactions as the 13-episode series continues. Previous episodes are discussed at losalamoshistory.org, on the Facebook page and in the museum. 

    Join the Los Alamos Historical Society Sundays at Time Out Pizzeria in Los Alamos from 8–9:30 p.m. for a viewing and discussion of “Manhattan” (TV-14 rating). 

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    Two Los Alamos students were recipients of The Los Alamos Commerce and Development Corporation’s Summer Youth Business Grants. 

    Jonmichael Weaver is a youth on a mission and a Christian mission at that. 

    The LACDC’s youth business grant recipient has created Buddy’s Beans, a local coffee roaster with a mission on a mission. 

    Weaver orders beans through Christian missions around the world, grown in small quantities, which honors the farmers and demonstrates care for the land.