Articles for the ‘La Vida’ Category
I'm jumping on the bandwagon for comedian Amy Schumer a bit late — but better late then never, right?
Katelin Ballinger, daughter of Lorie and Matt Ballinger
Chloe Grubb, a senior at the School of Dreams Academy, is graduating this month not just with her high school diploma but also with two associate degrees from the University of New Mexico-Valencia Campus.
School of Dreams Academy graduate Jose Montoya was selected for a full-ride Gates Millenium Scholarship.
It's a circle of color and movement, graceful steps and elegant spins. Five young ladies move to the beat of the drum as they dance in the warm New Mexico sun, swinging their fringed shawls in captivating patterns.
If you're ever at my house doing what a good house guest does, perusing my bookshelves, you'll come across a metal box. It's not too big, certainly smaller than a bread box, and a beautiful shade of blue — soft and creamy.
Even though Michael Justin Gurule hasn't released a new album in about 15 years it didn't mean his passion for making or performing music disappeared.
Young women today might be shocked to see what women tolerated back in 1950s America, but the movie, "Big Eyes," out now on DVD, will give them some idea.
To watch Valencia High School softball player Marissa Kittredge in action, it's hard to believe she has a debilitating bone disease.
If you ask my husband, he'll tell you I'm obsessed. If you ask me, however, I'd tell you I have a fascination — an attraction to elephants.
There was a train derailment earlier this year that many people in the community never saw — after nearly two decades at the Belen Harvey House Museum, the Belen Model Railroad Club lost its lease with the city and was forced to dismantle and remove its multi-room display.
Driving south on Interstate 25 recently with my wife on our way to Truth or Consequences, we came upon a construction zone — or at least what used to be a construction zone.
(La Historia del Rio Abajo is a regular column about Valencia County history written by members of the Valencia County Historical Society. The author of this month’s column is a…[Read more]
The new residential development proposed west of Albuquerque called "Santolina" won't leave my mind. The 14,000-acre spread is designed for 38,000 homes when it is completed.
Command Sgt. Maj. Karen Martin is retiring after spending more than a quarter of a century in service to our state and nation. She began her terminal leave earlier this month.
Oh, hello spring. So you're here again? I remember you from last year, and the year before that and the year before that … four decades of years before that if you want to be precise.
A Valencia County young woman was eye witness to some of the most historical international news that happened in 2014.
Passing by on the highway, it really doesn't look much different than any other subdivision. The lots closest to the road have several large metal buildings on them that house businesses, while residential lots march east towards the bosque.