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University Libraries has organized a celebration of Open Access Week and is celebrating with a number of events. This is a terrific opportunity to talk about transparency with the librarians and friends who champion the idea every day.
Open Government: Promises and Pitfalls
Tuesday, Oct. 21 • 3:30-5 p.m. • Law Library, Room 2402 (free parking provided in the L lot for attendees of this session)
Moderator: Jon Wheeler, data curation librarian, UNM College…Continue
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When most people think of what a hero is, they might think of the brave first responders of 911, or maybe emergency room doctors that save lives. Yes, they are all heroes.
What about the everyday heroes that touch your life in ways that are so significant, your life is changed forever?
Meet Mary Oishi. Many of you know her as a …Continue
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From our friend Doug R. Check out his adventures at Exploring New Mexico.
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Pamela Nomura came to Hartford, Connecticut via Hawaii, and calls both home. Recently, she spent time in the Southwest, exploring Chaco Canyon, Mesa Verde, and the Chama Valley. She feels a deep identification with the ancient peoples who inhabited this landscape, and something tells me she will be…Continue
Early voting continues in Albuquerque, and now you have 18 Bernalillo County voting locations, open as of today.…Continue
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They are here, in Albuquerque. Beware of the…Continue
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Friday, October 17
I love food, and I don’t think anyone that knows me would dispute that. As such, I like to try different restaurants around Albuquerque. I have found certain restaurants that I like better than others, and specific reasons I like these restaurants. In any case, this list is based on food, and is completely my opinion.
The absolute best restaurants in ABQ include:
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Roy Stamm's hydrogen filled balloon. From the Albuquerque Museum Photo Archives.
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The cottonwoods are an iconic part of Albuquerque – their golden color against a dark clouded or turquoise sky in the fall and the cotton fluff that floats like snow in June, illuminated by the setting New Mexican sun, are memories that aren’t easy to forget.
The smell in the bosque…Continue