Thursday, October 20, 2011
New Mexico News
Common Good Books presents John Lithgow in conversation with Garrison Keillor about his new book, Drama: An Actor's Education, at the Fitzgerald Theater on Friday, October 21 at 8:00 p.m.
The FBI is banking that images collected during a notorious New Mexico sex torture case will spread via social media and will help solve a nearly two-decade-old case.
Today the Senate Commerce Committee held a hearing to examine the brain injury epidemic and questionable advertising for products that claim to protect athletes against concussions.
Red or green? Whatever you prefer, if it's grown in New Mexico you should know about it.
Some New Mexico medical marijuana patients are upset with how long it is taking to get their applications approved in Santa Fe.
The city councilor who represents southeast Albuquerque said that is unacceptable and cleanup needs to be happening now.
More than the protected realms of cryptic man-bulls and goblin kings, labyrinths are quite the peacemakers. The complex and aesthetically pleasing designs are said to aid in meditation and contemplation. The Labyrinth Society holds their annual gathering at the Best Western Kachina Lodge in Taos (413 Paseo del Pueblo Norte) all weekend long....
Source: Alibi Weblog
Published: 2011-10-20 13:00:00 GMT