Cinema Cindy Reviews 'Batman v. Superman'

by Staff Reporter / Apr 06, 2016 / comments

 “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” may have the best special effects and horrific violence the movie industry can create on screen, but I found myself yawning through it.

But most of the D.C. Comics details thrown into the film are not explained for the non-indoctrinated. More could have been done in the writing or the editing process to allow us plebes to better follow the storyline.

New Interactive Trails Map

by ericv / Apr 05, 2016 / comments


Kid Fest

by Staff Reporter / Mar 08, 2016 / comments

Kid Fest

Free Fruit Tree Pruning Workshop March 10

by Reporter / Feb 24, 2016 / comments

New Mexico State University’s Sustainable Agriculture Science Center at Alcalde will host its annual fruit-tree-pruning workshop from 1:30 to 4 p.m., Thursday, March 10. The center is located at 371 County Road 40 in Alcalde. “We will have presentations on pruning basics, common training systems and some new development for each species,” said Shengrui Yao, NMSU Extension fruit specialist. “After that, there will be a hands-on session in the field.” The tree species will include apples, peaches, cherries, apricots, plums and blackberries. “Home gardeners, small-acreage farmers and commercial fruit growers are all welcome to attend this event,” Yao said. “However, this workshop is limited to 35 participants.” 

TONIGHT ONLY: Lava and the Creation of Continents

by Staff Reporter / Feb 23, 2016 / comments

TONIGHT ONLY: Lava and the Creation of Continents

Lecture by Scott Aby

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

6:30 - 8:30 pm
at Historic Los Luceros, Alcalde, NM

Suggested donation - $10

Bandelier Begins Celebration of Two Centennials

by Staff Reporter / Feb 05, 2016 / comments

Back on Feb. 11, 1916, then-President Woodrow Wilson signed a bill authorizing the establishment of a beautiful but little-known park, rich in archeological sites and dramatic landscapes -   Bandelier National Monument.  Thursday is the one hundredth anniversary of that event, and the park is planning special events throughout the year to celebrate...

“Julius Caesar” To Be Performed In Española

by Staff Reporter / Jan 29, 2016 / comments

In a special theater project, funded by a Los Alamos National Laboratory educational outreach grant, Duke City Repertory Theatre (DCRT) is proud to present two free performances of William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar on Wednesday, Feb 10 in Española...

Valles Caldera And Bandelier Selected For National Park Service Centennial Challenge Project

by Staff Reporter / Jan 29, 2016 / comments

Today, U.S. Senators Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich and U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Luján announced that the Valles Caldera National Preserve and Bandelier National Monument have been selected to participate in the National Park Service Centennial Challenge Project.


New Mexico Magazine Photo Contest Winners

by Staff Reporter / Jan 25, 2016 / comments

Amateur photographers from around the world submitted more than 1200 pictures to New Mexico Magazine’s annual photography contest. As usual, the winners and runners-up will be featured in the magazine’s February issue...

Pojoaque River Art Tour Is Looking For Artists

by Reporter / Jan 22, 2016 / comments

The Pojoaque River Art Association is now accepting registrations for the 23rd Annual Studio Tour from artists living in the general geographic area of Pojoaque and Nambe. Dates for the 2016 tour are September 17th and 18th. Artists interested in participating are encouraged to attend upcoming meetings held at 6 pm the 2nd Monday of each month at Than Povi Gallery, located at the Trading Post, San Ildefonso.