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Los Alamos Community Winds Offers Valentine Serenades

Los Alamos Community Winds offering personal serenades for your sweetheart. Courtesy image

LACW News:

The Los Alamos Community Winds (LACW) is offering Instrumental Valentine Serenades to the community.

What better way to celebrate the international day of love than to have a group of musicians perform at your doorstep?

How many of today’s readers remember from long ago the romantic gesture of a serenade to your wife, girlfriend or significant other, perhaps sung by a barbershop group or a college fraternity?

The Los Alamos Community Winds has come up with a new twist to this and will be offering


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Phoenix Rising

‘The Phoenix will rise yet again … And we will be restored…’ –John Gonzales. Courtesy photo

 

By JOHN GONZALES
Los Alamos

The sun is hiding as the land is darkened
Was sent a harbinger, danger?
The tears of the mourning, of insane raging
the weeping and gnashing of teeth?
The sign in the heavens foretold
Lives lost counted as cost – oh the souls that are lost –
as fools do blunder
do they expect us surrender?
As the birds grow irritated in wild places

Evil strengthened by rage is upon the stage and it casts itself
unto the breach
To desecrate the holy place
as the Griffith arises
To stand


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Posts From The Road: Cadillac Ranch Near Amarillo

Wide View: A wide view of the 10 Cadillacs buried nose first at Cadillac Ranch as other visitors approach the cars. The cold, gray, skies were not conducive to taking wide views but was ideal for looking closer at the vibrant colors of the Cadillacs. Photo by Gary Warren/ladailypost.com

Getting Close: A closer view of the 10 cars at Cadillac Ranch reveal the various graffiti art and messages painted by visitors. If you choose to visit and paint, take a photo because it will be repainted within hours. Photo by Gary Warren/ladailypost.com

By GARY WARREN
Photographer
Formerly of Los Alamos

If you have


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PEEC: Test Your Knowledge At Trivia Tuesday Jan. 12

Join PEEC for its first-ever Trivia Tuesday at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 12. In this month’s virtual game, questions will focus on New Mexico fun facts, snow and winter wildlife. Courtesy/PEEC

PEEC News:

Test your nature knowledge at Trivia Tuesday night with the Pajarito Environmental Education Center (PEEC).

PEEC will host its first-ever trivia night at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 12 via Zoom. Challenge friends old and new at this interactive program and compete for prizes.

This month, there will be three rounds of trivia and questions will focus on New Mexico fun facts, snow and winter wildlife.

Prizes


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International Shakespeare Center Announces Release Of First History Play Podcast: King John

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ISC News:

The International Shakespeare Center (ISC) has announced the release of its first History Play podcast: King John.

The cast for this program includes Patrick Harvey, Olivia Rose Barresi, Sam Gibbs, Jesse Van Buren, Danielle Reddic, Meg Hachmann, Rafe Terrizzi, Liam Mitchell, Bronwyn Barnwell and Julia Larsen.

This is the beginning of the creation of a complete radio library of Shakespeare’s canon and five episodes of in-depth “table work” discussions about text, character and dramaturgy for each play.

“Table work” is a precious time in the rehearsal process for


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Posts From The Road: 2020 Year In Review Part 2

Translucent: The beautiful hoodoos shine as if they are translucent at Bryce Canyon National Park in southern Utah. Shown is the formation ‘Thor’s Hammer’ in the foreground surrounded by oranges, pinks and white hoodoos. The large rock formations tower above the nearby pine trees. Photo by Gary Warren/ladailypost.com

Dead Horse Point: Dead Horse Point State Park near Moab, Utah offers breathtaking views of the Colorado River and the surrounding red rock canyon lands. This view from dead Horse Point looking toward the east reveals canyons and geological formations within the park and the


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