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A new campaign is underway this spring across Russia that seeks volunteers to replenish its troops for the war in Ukraine more
Dozens of people have joined Hong Kong’s first authorized protest since the lifting of major COVID-19 restrictions under unprecedentedly strict rules, including wearing a numbered badge around … more
The Lebanese government’s last-minute decision to delay the start of daylight savings time by a month until the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan resulted in mass confusion. more
Twelve people were injured after a floor collapsed during a party at an off-campus apartment near Indiana University of Pennsylvania Saturday night, police said. more
The Russian invasion of Ukraine is reverberating in a struggle for control of a monastery complex called the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra. more
Our parents may be superheroes but they are not indestructible. As our moms and pops age, the question of placing them in assisted living often comes into play. "Your parents are the most … more
Michele Moore Wright Difficult conversations about driving, home care, nursing homes and hospice can be so easy to postpone. But the longer you wait, the harder it becomes. The earlier you … more
Thinking about the future is bittersweet. It can be difficult to accept the aging process, especially if you look too far ahead, but it can also be exciting to consider the prospects of retirement … more
Q: I'm looking for a list of recommended trees for the Albuquerque area as I'm planning on putting in a few this year. Do you know of such a list available? – W.P., Albuquerque A: The city of … more
Chatter will perform the New Mexico premiere of music by multiple Grammy nominee and Pulitzer Prize finalist Christopher Cerrone on April 7 and 9. A clarinet quintet, "Nervous Systems" was … more
“Carreta de la Muerte,” Patrocinio Barela, 1953, carved wood, leather. (Courtesy of New Mexico Museum of Art/Addison Doty) Art experts have often pigeonholed New Mexican wood carving into … more
The Ragamala Dance Company will perform "Sacred Earth" at 4 p.m. Sunday, April 2, in the Lensic Performing Arts Center, 211 W. San Francisco St., Santa Fe. Under the co-directorship of … more
Christian Waguespack is the head of curatorial affairs at the New Mexico Museum of Art. (Courtesy of the New Mexico Museum of Art) The New Mexico Museum of Art has named Christian Waguespack … more
The Gallery ABQ, 8210 Menaul Blvd. NE, presents its April salon show "Perspectives" with Nancy Schrock (pastel), Amelia Myer (oil and acrylic) and Linda Weiss (fused glass). In the main gallery, the … more
A new campaign is underway this spring across Russia that seeks volunteers to replenish its troops for the war in Ukraine. more
The Washington women’s basketball team will play Oregon for the fourth time this season Sunday, but this time a spot in the Women’s National Invitational Tournament’s final four is on the … more
The early removal work involved upgrading bridges and constructing roads to allow greater access to the remote dams, which are expected to be fully down by the end of 2024. The dam removal on the … more
March snowstorm hits large portion of Wisconsin on Saturday. Follow here for weather updates.        more
There are more COVID-19 cases per 100,000 people in the Latino community than any other racial group in the state.        more
A Corona man is facing jail time for his part in a group that conspired to export American war tools to Russia. more
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