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Los Alamos Summer Concert Series Covid-19 Update Video

Summer Concert Series News:

The 2020 Los Alamos Summer Concert Series presented by Toyota of Santa Fe is monitoring the Covid-19 pandemic and following the recommendations of county, state and federal authorities as they pertain to large gatherings. 

At this time there are no directives to postpone or cancel any of the 2020 Los Alamos Summer Concert Series dates, which are still two months away. The concerts will take place each Friday May 22 through Aug 28. 

Sancre Productions has produced


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Posts From The Road: Splendor Of Desert Blooms

Poppies & Lupines: Poppies and Lupines were making their presence know at Picacho Peak State Park a few miles northwest of Tucson. Photo by Gary Warren/ladailypost.com

Green & Yellow: A blanket of yellow blooms covers the ground as green hillsides rise up and show off their spring green. This colorful scene was at the Pioneer Living History Museum in north Phoenix. Photo by Gary Warren/ladailypost.com

By GARY WARREN
Photographer
Formerly of Los Alamos

We love to visit and explore Arizona in the spring. While much of the mountain west is still covered in snow, the desert is alive and showing


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Los Alamos Family In Quarantine Gets Birthday Surprise

The Los Alamos family seated on the stairs today is in two-week quarantine because they were out of state when all of the social distancing guidelines took affect in New Mexico. Today is their son’s 8th birthday and to help him celebrate, Hill Stomper Ringleader Jeff Favorite is putting on a juggling and fire breathing show. Such a wonderful act to celebrate an otherwise very isolated little birthday boy. Photo by Maggie Moore


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Inside Arts Series Features Ruth Williamson

Ruth Williamson

COMMUNITY News:

Ruth Williamson will be featured in the Inside Arts series of The Los Alamos Museum of Art airing on PAC 8 at 8:30 p.m. Sunday, Mach 29, 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 31 and 8 p.m. Thursday, April 2.

Williamson almost always wears a smile. Her effervescence makes people want to hang around.  She said music is one of her outstanding assets and sharing music is her driving force. Passing her house people might hear a few bars from Beethoven’s “Sonata Pathetique,” one of her favorite pieces to play.

An accomplished pianist, Williamson has taught music, accompanied choirs


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New Mexico Film Office Highlights Financial Assistance For Film Workers Netflix Pitches In $100 million For Assistance

NMFO News:

STATE News – The New Mexico Film Office (NMFO) is encouraging furloughed workers in the film and television industry to apply directly to non-profit relief funds for assistance, Film Office Director Amber Dodson said today.

A portion of the money going into the funds is from Netflix, which is contributing $100 million worldwide to assist industry workers during the COVID-19 health emergency. Netflix is not only paying its own laid off cast and crew members but has pledged $15 million to non-profit foundations with applications open to all film and television workers nationwide.


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Snyder: Memorial Rose Garden’s History In Los Alamos

A small visitor enjoys the Los Alamos Memorial Rose Garden. Photo by Sharon Snyder

By SHARON SNYDER
Los Alamos Historical Society

For the first day of spring 2020, it seems appropriate to tell the story of a flower garden. Not just any flower garden, but one that has been special to Los Alamos for many years.

Since the days of the Los Alamos Ranch School there have been gardens near Fuller Lodge, adding color to a scene that is special to all of us and enjoyed by visitors from around the world.

As early as 1930, Helen Sulier, the Ranch School’s nurse, created a small flower garden near the Lodge and tended


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