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  • We traditionally keep our Christmas tree up until Epiphany, but starting January 1, PNM is offering free Christmas tree recycling
  • A Craigslist poster is looking for  a 9+ foot tall white artificial Christmas tree for 2011. Just how does a Christmas tree collapse, anyway?
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  • Dr. Maya Angelou, narrator of the Kwanzaa movie The Black Candle, is coming to Albuquerque on January 9 - Popejoy tickets are still available. 

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Comment by Ben Moffett on December 28, 2010 at 8:56am
Reference PNM Christmas Tree Recycling: I keep mine in the back yard as habitat for birds. Juncos particularly like a real Christmas tree, laying on its side. In some years, I've added others from a nearby church that didn't sell out. They can be a fire hazard by spring, but the trunks are easy to cut into firewood, and pine needles in a pot bellied stove or a fireplace can be ignited with a single match.

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