Giggles and laughter emanated from one room in Faith Family Church of the Nazarene.
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The sound of rattle, rattle, hiss, rattle, rattle, hiss is a common tune at Belen stencil artist Kevin Harding's garage studio.
It's been long anticipated, but Disney's "The Lion King," is now playing at Popejoy Hall in Albuquerque for a limited engagement of four weeks through Oct. 28.
They're dancing to keep the Hispanic heritage alive in New Mexican children and teenagers, and this month Los Niños de Santa Fe will be hosting an Outreach Dance Camp in Valencia County.
The majestic birds of our blue skies can't always escape our modern conveniences. Sometimes, these large birds end up the worse for their encounter with our contemporary world.
Talented shutterbugs have entered their prized photographs in a contest hosted by the Belen Art League.
Donna Van Leer isn't interested in making bold, political statements with her pastel work, but she carries a camera with her everywhere she goes just in case she comes upon that "artistic moment."
The curtain rose at Popejoy Hall earlier this month with a more-than-impressive performance by the Albuquerque Youth Symphony.
The history of the Rio Abajo can be seen in the classified advertisements of the Belen News and Valencia County News-Bulletin.
Jeff Jolly is about to change the world.
The steadily falling rain didn't put a damper on all the fans who came out last Tuesday to the Sandia Casino Amphitheater to witness Lita Ford, Poison and Def Leppard in concert.
Tragedy unfolds on the evening news every day. Natural disasters ravage countries, uprooting the populations and throwing resources into chaos. When the 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti in 2010, hundreds of thousands of people were displaced and tens of thousands killed.
The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
The second floor of the Valley Community Plaza patio is quiet.
When a lot of people chose art as a career path, it's usually after they have established themselves in what is usually referred to as "real life."
Experiencing an apple orchard at harvest time is awesome. The rows of trees are laden with blushing red, bright peach colored and golden apples bunched on branches like roses on a vine.
ABurlyQ! Burlesque & Sideshow Spectaculár!, presented by Albuquerque's own Gilded Cage Burlesk and Varieté burlesque troupe, is back and bigger and better than ever for a two night performance at Sunshine Theater in Albuquerque.