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Today's News

  • Hecker to be featured in Domenici documentary

    Former Los Alamos National Laboratory director Sig Hecker will be featured in a documentary about Pete Domenici to air this fall.

    A couple of weeks ago, an Albuquerque-based TV producer Chris Schueler interviewed Hecker and they discussed a number of topics.

  • Councilors share vision for the county

    Some on the Los Alamos County Council would argue the county has a lot going for it – they point to the level of intellect, resources, services and drive at its disposal. 

    The key question remains unanswered in terms of how local officials can best tap into those assets to make a substantial impact on the quality of life in Los Alamos.

  • Bleak finances squeeze LAFC

    The cost of doing business at the Los Alamos Family Council exceeds its client’s insurance payments by some 35 percent. Over the years, the agency has sought financial assistance from grants, contracts and financing, but today’s local, state and national mental health environments have made those options increasingly difficult. 

    The 48-year-old mental health agency must restructure and downsize its operation by 50 percent in order to stay afloat.

  • Celebrity news

     

       

    Andy Dick arrested in California

    TEMECULA, Calif. — Comedian Andy Dick has been arrested in Southern California for being drunk and disorderly in a restaurant.

  • PEEC offers two hikes for Saturday

    On Saturday, Pajarito Environmental Education Center is offering two adventures for outdoor-lovers. One is close to home in White Rock Canyon and the other is a little beyond San Ysidro.

    Paul Arendt will lead the White Rock Canyon hike, a rigorous nine-mile exploration into the more isolated sections of the canyon.  It will take approximately 5 ½ hours to complete, starting from the Bandelier Visitor Center at 8:30 a.m.

  • Class teaches survival skills

    On May 14, kids ages eight and older can learn survival skills at Pajarito Environmental Education Center, in a class from 10 a.m.-noon. Led by Rob Dixon, recreation program manager for the Valles Caldera, the class will be the first in a series of two which will teach kids the skills they will need to know if they are ever on their own in the woods. In this session, they will learn how to start fires without matches. 

  • Youth Harmony camp offered

    Lads of Enchantment, the Los Alamos chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society,  is a fraternity of men  from all walks of life and all ages, from teenagers to seniors,  who come together and find common ground through self-expression in song.

    Barbershop harmony is a form of music created with nothing but human voices coming together to create a texture that is pleasing to the ears and produce four-part harmony. 

  • Out and about 5-5-11

    Art openings

    Fine tapestry artist Donna Loraine Contractor brings a solo exhibition of new work to Taos’ Weaving Southwest May 3-31. An opening reception and meet the artist opportunity for the show will be from 6-8 p.m. Saturday at the Weaving Southwest, 106A Paseo del Pueblo Norte, Taos.

     

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    Music

  • LALT presents serio-comedic play by Oscar-winning screenwriter

    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.