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“A Thousand Voices” Locally Produced Documentary To Air on TV in May

by Staff Reporter / Apr 29, 2015 / comments
Movie poster image from "A Thousand Voices". Courtesy image

Locally Produced Documentary “A Thousand Voices” To Air on TV in May:

Advisors To The Film Include Nambe And Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo Members

Santuario Pilgrims: Stories From The Road

by Staff Reporter / Apr 03, 2015 / comments

Santuario Pilgrims: Stories From The Road

CHIMAYO - As has been done for decades, the walkers are on the road again to the Santuario de Chimayo. Northern New Mexico residents are familiar with the Easter week tradition when over 10 thousand pilgrims will walk to the Santuario chapel in Chimayo.

Solar Eclipse Touches The Valley

by Staff Reporter / Aug 20, 2017 / comments

Scenes From Chama Days Parade

by Staff Reporter / Aug 17, 2017 / comments

Bandelier Hosts Hubbell Trading Post Navajo Rug Trunk Show Aug. 18-20

by Staff Reporter / Aug 17, 2017 / comments

What's At The End Of The Rainbow? Sipapu

by Staff Reporter / Aug 11, 2017 / comments

Weekly Fishing Report

by Staff Reporter / Aug 11, 2017 / comments

Movie Review: Cinema Cindy Reviews 'Dunkirk'

by Staff Reporter / Aug 10, 2017 / comments

Movie Review: Cinema Cindy Reviews 'Dunkirk'

By CYNTHIA BIDDLECOMB

“Dunkirk” is the somber retelling of the attempted evacuation of 400,000 primarily British troops from the beach at Dunkerque, France, between May 26 and June 4 of 1940.

Surrounded by the Nazis, they are waiting on the beach, lined up in their battalions. Distracted by their preparations to take Paris, the Nazis pay scant attention, except to send the Luftwaffe and U-Boats to frustrate the evacuation...

Wanted: Artists & Art Demonstrators For The Espanola Valley Arts Festival

by Staff Reporter / Aug 06, 2017 / comments

New Mexico Celebrates Wine Heritage Around State

by Staff Reporter / Aug 06, 2017 / comments

New Mexico Celebrates Wine Heritage Around State

The northern New Mexico Rio Grande Valley (our home) has a long history in wine, dating back over 400 years. The unique climate and growing conditions make this area an ideal location for certain varieties of wine grapes. For decades the vineyard history of our region was largely forgotten, but in recent years the New Mexico wine industry has come back to life. Several of the state’s finest wineries are located in our own valley area and this August New Mexico is celebrating our wine industry and heritage...

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