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Today's News

  • Charter Review group seeking citizen input

    The Charter Review Committee (CRC) is a group of county council-appointed citizens tasked to conduct a comprehensive review of the Los Alamos County Charter and provide options and recommendations to the council for potential changes.
    In the past year, the committee completed a review of the charter for “consistency and clarification” improvements that resulted in 11 recommendations to council, followed by approval of all by the citizens at the recent election.  

  • Out and about 02-10-11

    Art receptions

    “Art of Love,” featuring work by Nikki Bustos, Cruz Lopez and Toby Morfin opens Feb. 11. A reception will be from 6-9 p.m. at the Bond House Museum in Española.

  • Best Sellers 02-10-11

    1.  “The Secret Life of Bees,” Sue Monk Kidd
    2.  “Anathem,” Neal Stephenson
     3.  “The Art of Racing in the Rain,” Garth Stein
    4.  “The Constitution of the United States, The National Center for Constitutional Studies,” ed.
     5.  “When Things Fall Apart: Heart Advice for Difficult Times,” Pema Chodron
    6.  “Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet,” Jamie Ford
    7.   “Arsenals of Folly,”

  • Top 10 Movies 02-10-11

    1.  “The Roommate,”
    $15 million
    2.  “Sanctum,”
    weekend gross, $9.4 million
    3.  “No Strings Attached,”
    weekend gross, $8 million
     4.  “The King’s Speech,” weekend gross, $7.7 million
    5. “The Green Hornet,”
    weekend gross, $5.9 million
    6.  “The Rite,”
    weekend gross, $5.5 million
    7.   “The Mechanic,” weekend gross, $5.2 million

  • Out and about 02-03-11

    Art receptions

    “Art of Love,” featuring work by Nikki Bustos, Cruz Lopez and Toby Morfin opens Feb. 11. A reception will be from 6-9 p.m. at the Bond House Museum in Española.

  • LA Happenings 02-10-11

    Music

    Grounds and Sounds, a Christian Coffeehouse at White Rock Presbyterian Church will be from 6-
    8:30 p.m. Saturday.

    Lads of Enchantment quartets will deliver singing valentines to the home or workplace in Los Alamos on Feb. 13-14. Their quartets will serenade your sweetheart with romantic songs and present her/him with a rose. To reserve a singing Valentines delivery, call Chuck at 662-9127.

  • Billboard Top 25 Singles 02-10-11

    1.  Grenade, Bruno Mars
    2. F**kin’ Perfect, P!nk
    3.  Firework, Katy Perry
    4. Black and Yellow, Wiz Khalifa
    5. Tonight (I’m Lovin’ You), Enrique Iglesias, featuring Ludacris and DJ Frank E
    6.  What’s My Name? Rihanna
    featuring Drake
    7.  Hey Baby (Drop it to the Floor),
    Pitbull featuring T-Pain
    8. Hold it Against Me, Britney Spears
    9.  Rocketeer, Far*East Movement featuring Ryan Tedder
    10.  We R Who We R, Ke$ha

  • Celebrity News 02-10-11

    Lindsay Lohan to face felony charge over necklace

    LOS ANGELES — Lindsay Lohan is due in court to face a new judge, and a new criminal charge, that could return the troubled starlet to jail rather than the big screen.
    The “Mean Girls” star is due to be arraigned Wednesday afternoon on a felony grand theft charge that prosecutors say they will file over a $2,500 necklace reported stolen by an upscale jewelry store.

  • 'Roommate' tops weekly box-office honor

    LOS ANGELES— The college thriller “The Roommate” has moved into the top spot at the box office with a $15.6 million debut during a typically slow Super Bowl weekend in which the NFL championship game preoccupies movie fans.
    The Sony release features Leighton Meester as a psycho freshman who becomes obsessed with her new roomie (Minka Kelly).

  • Joint effort sends books to soldiers

    Otowi Station Bookstore and the Blue Star Mothers of America collected four vanloads of gently used books to send to U.S. servicemen, women and veterans.
    “During the campaign, which started January 16, customers dropped off books in boxes, bags, and plastic tubs,” said Ellen Ben-Naim, coordinator of the project at Otowi Station.
    Marla Griffith, Blue Star Mother and coordinator of the project in Los Alamos, said that she has made three trips to Albuquerque, where the books were sorted, packed and distributed.