It was just yesterday I was reading something about genetically modified alfalfa. Alfalfa! Even a century is too short to measure the ultimate results. Margaret Randall frames these issues in her own wise and artful way.
Margaret Randall has published more than 80 books. The following…
Were you THERE for that? Or did you catch it on nationally televised, VERSUS in HD?
The UNM Lobos were certainly there and the tired out Jimmer lead BYU Cougars were stunned. Ranked 6th in the Nation ovberall and just today ranking #1 for being the best RPI team (Not sure what this means but hey, they were #1 this morning in their…Continue
Everybody knows that those in bad health, and those who seldom play, do not laugh much. So let each family play together or separately as much as their circumstances warrant. We are sure God wants us to be happy, joyous, and free. We cannot subscribe to the belief that his life is a…Continue
One of Erica Norgaard’s toughest assignments for the next three weeks will be to find medical care for any ailing Wicked cast and crew members. Locating doctors who will take the company’s out-of-state Worker’s Comp insurance for members of the Wicked company is just one of her jobs as company manager.
She also finds places to live for cast and crew as they travel from city to city, arranges for airline tickets between cities, lines…Continue
Added by Terry S. Davis on January 28, 2011 at 6:30am — No Comments
Gov. Martinez says all of us are required to share the sacrifice. But, she doesn't mean the richest 1% of New Mexicans. And, that’s the problem. If you own the ABQ Journal and ABQ Publishing. Inc., then Gov. Martinez doesn't want you to share the sacrifice, you only pay a New Mexico state income tax rate of 4%. Consider this: revenues from state income taxes are used to fund New Mexico's K-12 schools, colleges and universities. The Journal…Continue
We watched the President's State of the Union address last night, and the Republican response, and the following news coverage. A Republican and a Democrat both sat there and we were both impressed with the speech. We didn't think it was boring as the media kept insisting. We weren't concerned that he didn't bring up gun control. We agreed that gun control is an issue like abortion - you are either for it or against it and no one is going to change your mind, and the State of the Union…Continue
Added by Andie Talmadge on January 26, 2011 at 7:57am — No Comments
Nobhill is still missing a crosswalk and traffic light at Morningside & Central. The video below illustrates the problem. I don't doubt there are other intersections needing attention.
In March of 2010 The Albuquerque City Council approved the implementation and construction of two…Continue
Find Out What's Happening in the neighborhood.
If you live, or work in, or hang out in the University Heights Neighborhood... come to the annual meeting.
We need YOUR input! Consider getting involved yourself and become active in the…Continue
Added by JeSais on January 24, 2011 at 2:00pm — No Comments
It is the responsibility of the individual seeking supervision to assure the supervision is acceptable for the level of licensure that will be requested at the completion of the required supervision. The relationship between the supervisor and the applicant must promote the…Continue
Added by Megan on January 21, 2011 at 11:00pm — No Comments
The following list is a summary of the bills that I have introduced for the 2011 NM Legislative Session. I invite you to review the list and contact me if you have any questions. While it is a short 60 day session that will be dominated by the budget it’s critical that we not let that hold back needed reforms in other areas of state government. Your input is very important to me. Thank you.
Mack and Mabel was to be Jerry Herman’s next big hit after Hello, Dolly and Mame. A Golden Era-style musical, the show had 41 people on stage. Then the production hit the realities of the floundering economy of 1974. Ticket…Continue
Added by Terry S. Davis on January 21, 2011 at 7:30am — No Comments