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Today's Features

  • White Rock Canyon is filled with potential to attract climbers in and out of state. For instance, it offers a full-gambit of climbing – sport, top rope and “trad” or traditional climbing. It is easily accessible from Los Alamos and is suitable for those who are venturing out of the gym rock wall for the first time.Despite its potential, not many big, out-of-town groups have come to the canyon; until now.

  • National Library Week will run April 13-19.

  • Ruth Lambert of Los Alamos has covered a lot of ground in 100 years. From Minnesota, to Wisconsin, California, Colorado and New Mexico, Lambert has pretty much seen and done it all.On her 100th birthday, which was March 22, Lambert reminisced about all the places she had been and things she had experienced. She grew up in Austin, Minn., and majored in journalism from the University of Iowa. While in college, Lambert said, she worked at the university’s newspaper. Her journalism career took her to the Janesville Gazette, in Janesville, Wis.

  • The Los Alamos Jewish Center will hold its annual community Passover Seder at 5:30 p.m. April 20 at the Betty Ehart Senior Center. The event is open to anyone interested in attending.The Seder is a ceremonial dinner filled with rituals designed to celebrate the Jewish people’s exodus from Egypt. The Seder, which is Hebrew for order, ushers in the week of Pesach in which Jews refrain from eating Chametz, or leavened breads.

  • A little bit of old and new will be featured in Peter Pesic’s program for the upcoming Brown Bag show at 12:30 p.m.

  • Telos in Greek means the end or purpose for which something is done and teleology is the study of the evidence of design in nature. “The Art Expressions in Technology and Science” exhibition, showing in the Art Center at Fuller Lodge Gallery, raises important questions as to the end or purpose of art and its relation to the end and purpose of science.Are the ends of science the same or radically different from art? If they are different, what are those differences? Does art participate in some way in the scientific method?

  • A few people can make a very big difference and Los Alamos youth rate at the top of the heap. Local Key Club member Kelsey Souza leads the charge in an effort to raise funds for Beads of Courage.Beads of Courage is a non-profit organization started by Tucson, Ariz., nurse Jean Baruch in March 2005. She saw children suffering from cancer, blood disorders, cardiac conditions as well as traumatic burn injuries, and other long term diseases, and wanted a way to make their treatment in the hospital more positive.

  • Ancient meets modern in “Icons: Windows on Eternity,” an exhibit of icons painted in the traditional style by Los Alamos artists. The exhibit is on display through May 5 in the University of New Mexico-Los Alamos Library. There will be an opening reception for the show from 5-7 p.m. Thursday. The opening will include a gallery talk by Father John Hennies of Saint Dimitri Orthodox Church on the history and religious significance of icons. The talk will begin around 5:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served.

  • My Score: 3.5/5 kernelsHorton, voiced by Jim Carrey, is a somewhat happy-go-lucky elephant living in a lush jungle called Nool. Typically, life for Horton and the other animals of Nool is fairly ordinary, that is until a little speck goes flying by the ears of the elephant. Because of Horton’s incredible hearing he is able to hear faint voices from creatures that live on a microscopic world, called Who-Ville, within the speck.Upon the little, impeccable world of the speck lives a whole civilization of creatures that call themselves Whos.