Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Realtor Sabine Lauer
By KIRSTEN LASKEY
Los Alamos Daily Post
Sabine Lauer has had a lengthy career in biomedicine. She worked at Los Alamos National Laboratory, private companies and her own start-up.
However, Lauer also has a background in rehabilitating historic houses in Germany. Plus, during the past 15 years she managed rental properties and completed several building projects.
As a result, Lauer is drawing on this experience in her new career as a Realtor with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services in Santa Fe.
“I like to help people,”
Gathered recently for an interview at the SMDP Soup Kitchen in Española, from left, sisters and co-founders Theodora Valdez and Erlinda Quintana, Enterprise Bank & Trust Region President Liddie Martinez, 4th generation family members Lauren Trujillo, 7, and Aria Trujillo, 3, Francine Huerta (2nd generation), sister/co-founder Suzan Roybal and her granddaughter Kristen Trujillo (3rd generation). Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
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By CAROL A. CLARK
Los Alamos Daily Post
ESPAÑOLA – San Martin de Porres (SMDP) Soup
The documentary the ‘Unseen Pandemic’ is now filming through August in New Mexico. Courtesy/NMFO
SANTA FE — The New Mexico Film Office (NMFO) announces the documentary, The Unseen Pandemic (working title), produced by the non-profit organization La Liga is now filming through August in New Mexico.
“As we all know, COVID-19 disrupted and impacted lives across the globe. We are grateful for this female team of New Mexico filmmakers who are setting out to tell the stories of the people in communities across the state who experienced an unprecedented year of challenges and resilience
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Folk Rock Band Dusty Low Debuts At Los Alamos Summer Concert Series Second Live Show At Overlook Park Friday
Dusty Low from El Paso, Texas performs at the Friday night Summer Concert at Overlook Park. Courtesy/Sancre
Summer Concert News:
The 2021 Los Alamos Summer Concert Series presented by Toyota of Santa Fe, presents the second live show concert of the 2021 season featuring folk rock/Americana sensation Dusty Low from El Paso, Texas.
Dusty Low, the third collaboration of the Sullivan brothers, has brought their folk-rock/Americana roots to fruition. The Sullivans have been sharing their original music nationally and internationally since 2007.
Jesse Sullivan leads the group on vocals and
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On the job in Los Alamos Thursday at The Cricket Window is owner Rachel Hensen, left, and her mother/employee Ginny Roemer. The Cricket Window offers shoppers a treasure trove of antiques and artisan home décor goods. The majority of the inventory is eco-friendly – made from natural materials or reusable items. The Cricket Window is open 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, at 1247 Central Ave. Ste. 213 (upstairs above the Karen Wray Gallery and Los Alamos Daily Post). For information, call 202.445.8180 or 505.660.7933. #worklosalamos #wherediscoveriesaremade. Photo by Jenn Bartram/ladailypost.com
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On the job Thursday in Los Alamos are owners Omar and Trisha Sanchez at Time Out Pizzeria, 157 Central Park Square. The couple have been serving up food and fun for the community since 2007 and it has become a family affair now that the couple’s three daughters are working at the eatery. With the state now fully open, Time Out has re-opened its salad bar, seating area and game room and is hiring a night manager and driver/kitchen staff person. One important way the community can help locally owned businesses such as Time Out Pizzeria is to pay with cash, saving the business the expense incurred
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SANTA FE – The New Mexico Film Office (NMFO) announces two interactive media productions are being produced by New Mexico creative technology company, Ideum Inc.
The New Mexico Partnership – Adventures in New Mexico
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The application deadline for Leadership Los Alamos (LLA) has been extended to July 16 for the 2021-2022 class, set to begin Sept. 24.
LLA is a program designed for individuals who live or work in Los Alamos County and who are committed to assuming roles of responsibility in civic, charitable and governmental organizations.
Interested individuals are encouraged to apply regardless of their level of leadership experience and community involvement.
LLA is a nonprofit organization founded in 2003 to identify current and emerging leaders in the Los Alamos area, enhance their leadership
The very first of many ScienceFest Discovery Boxes is packaged and ready for pickup Tuesday. Courtesy/LA MainStreet
Chamber Director Ryn Hermann is getting the job done packaging ScienceFest Discovery Boxes. Courtesy/LA MainStreet
Los Alamos MainStreet Director Lauren McDaniel, right, and Clarice Rodriguez of the SBDC preparing ScienceFest Discovery Boxes. Courtesy/LA MainStreet
Los Alamos MainStreet News:
ScienceFest Discovery Boxes will be available for pickup by reservation beginning Tuesday, July 6.
At this point only ScienceFest Discovery Preschool Boxes are still available
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