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Snowing Over Chupadero

Snowing Over Chupadero

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#Mondayblogs Lawrence and Brett 5: You can't go home again

As hard as Lawrence tried to create Rananim, it only lasted for short bursts of time. Either he became restless and needed to find new pastures, or some kind of argument would ensue that made living peacefully impossible. 1,780 more words

Literary Locations

¡Mira, Look!: Lucía the luchadora

Hoy hablaremos de Lucía the luchadora, una historia de la escritora Cynthia Leonor Garza, que hizo su debut en literatura infantil ilustrada en 2017 y actualmente reside con su familia en Nairobi (Kenia), y la ilustradora Alyssa Bermudez, afincada en Tasmania (Australia). 792 more words

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Santa Fe IATSE Boss Jon Hendry Resigns Amid Sex Harassment Scandal

Facing almost certain firing, Jon Hendry, the longtime business agent of IATSE Local 480 in Santa Fe, has resigned amid allegations of sexual harassment. News of his resignation came today at a raucous membership meeting, which had been called to consider his ouster. 575 more words


White Sands National Monument, Alamogordo, New Mexico


This week we visit the beautiful, awe inspiring, world famous White Sands National Monument near Alamogordo in south-central New Mexico. White Sands is located in the Tularosa Basin surrounded by the San Andres Mountains to the west and the San Francisco Mountains to the east. 1,083 more words

Who owns the Water?

Privatization forces have taken their battle the rivers of New Mexico, stringing barbed wire across runs favored by kayakers and rafters, the Guardian reports.

The answer to the question, by the way, is that we, the American people, own the waters of the United States.


This Chart Keeps Me Up at Night

This chart isn’t literally keeping me up at night but of the many unknowns in both starting a new job and moving to a new area it’s what scares me the most. 232 more words