Articles for the ‘La Vida’ Category

Passion with pottery

Deborah Fox-News-Bulletin photo: Micaceous pottery has mica within it that conducts heat evenly throughout the pot.

An encounter with a famous Native American potter on a lonely highway north of Española was serendipitous for Tomé potter Vilis Shipman.

Cowboy coach

Julia M. Dendinger-News-Bulletin photo: From atop his quarter horse stallion, Hollywood, Troy Rogers gets ready for a throw at a steer. Rogers is a versatility ranch/stock horse and working cow horse competitor, clinician and coach living in Los Trujillos, south of Belen.

The horse's hooves fall softly on the loose arena sand. The occasional creak of the saddle carries on the breeze as the equine and rider move in tandem, working a cow back and forth against the back wall of the cedar plank-lined pen.

People and Places

Becoming a step family is weird So, my kids are someone’s stepchildren now. That’s weird, right? Well, maybe not weird for you, but it’s pretty weird for me. This situation…[Read more]

Noticias (04/24/14)

[subscriber-content] ARTS THURSDAY, APRIL 24 VALENCIA COUNTY WOODCARVERS Club meets from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Belen Community Center at Eagle Park. They offer free woodcarving instruction at any…[Read more]

Loving Legos at the Los Lunas Library

Deborah Fox-News-Bulletin photo: Jude Benjamin Lopez builds a house with a frontyard and tree as well as a flower bush using Lego building bricks.

Children seated with heads bowed in concentration over brightly colored snap-on bricks are pulling ideas from their young minds to build houses, automobiles and other structures concocted from their imaginations.