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Chamber’s FAN44 Pairs Local Business Owners

Enjoying lunch and conversation at the Co-op today, from left, Superintendent of Schools Gene Schmidt, David Griggs of the Friends of the Library, Edwin Theodore of the Co-op Deli and Cory Ulibarri of the Co-op front end, and Michelle Tange of The Education Plan during today’s FAN44 business networking event. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

CHAMBER News:
 
Because not every business person who belongs to the Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce can get to a Business Breakfast or evening FAN Club event, the Chamber has launched a new networking opportunity: FAN44.
 
Today,
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Ruby K’s Launches Renovation Project to Enhance Seating Comfort, Expedite Service

From left, interior designer Misha Peterson, Ruby K’s new operations manager Melissa Schmidt, owner Ruby Alexander and architect Steven G. Shaw. Photo by TK Thompson/ladailypost.com

By Mandy Marksteiner

In August, Ruby K’s Bagel Café will begin renovations designed to enhance daily operations at the popular eatery.

Los Alamos architect Steven G. Shaw and interior designer Misha Peterson are working together to make it easier for customers and staff to move around in the restaurant.

“We’ll also start serving cupcakes, other bakery item and grab and go sandwiches and salads,” owner Read More

Craig Martin Experience Plays The Blue Window Aug. 4

BLUE WINDOW News:

Members of The Craig Martin Experience. Photo by Minesh Bacrania Photography

The Blue Window Bistro is celebrating its second year of business under the ownership of Melissa Paternoster with a Jazz Night featuring The Craig Martin Experience Saturday, Aug. 4. Tickets are $15 per person and dinner reservations are required.

The Craig Martin Experience, led by Craig Martin, includes Quinn Marksteiner on alto saxophone, Mandy Markensteiner on trumpet, Mike Rogers on guitar, Aaron Anderson on keyboards, Rob Heineman on bass, John Frary on drums and Craig Martin on tenor saxophone. Read More

LANL Fuel Cell Research and Partnership with Chevron – Tour

Los Alamos National Laboratory Fuel Cell Research Scientist, Tommy Rockward, displays a fuel cell’s catalyzing membrane to community members. Photo Greg Kendall/ladailypost.com.

 

Editor’s note: This is the second part of a two-part report on LANL’s Regional Community Leaders’ Breakfast meeting and tours. Part one can be viewed by clicking HERE.

By Greg Kendall

Energy security for the United States is a rapidly growing mission of the Los Alamos National Laboratory. After the breakfast meeting, a group of community members were given a tour of two areas Read More

Coalition Requests Support for LANL Funding From DOE and New Mexico’s Congressional Delegation

COUNTY News:

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Members of the Regional Coalition of LANL Communities (Coalition), along with representatives from Gov. Susana Martinez’s Office, the Los Alamos, Santa Fe and Albuquerque Chambers of Commerce, and other New Mexico business leaders visited Washington, D.C., last week to discuss the importance of funding for Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) and the impact of funding cuts on New Mexico’s economy and employment rate.

The group met with members of the New Mexico delegation and U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) officials to express support for lab funding, Read More

Learn about the History & Launch of the Los Alamos Daily Post

Carol A. Clark, publisher. Photo by Karen Kendall

The Los Alamos Entrepreneurs Network presents Carol A. Clark, publisher speaking at 6:30 p.m. today, July 26 at The Hive in White Rock (Next to Metzgers.)

Clark will talk about the history and launch of her online newspaper, the Los Alamos Daily Post.

She will demonstrate the online newspaper features and take questions from the audience about the quick success of this new information resource for the community. The public is welcome. Read More

Sign Swap Underway at Hilltop House Hotel

The new sign for the Hilltop House Hotel arrived Wednesday but the rainstorm halted progress on its installation until today. The hotel’s Best Western sign has been covered beneath a tarp since the hotel rebranded itself as the Hilltop House Hotel and Conference Center last month. Photo by Leland S. Lehman

The Best Western sign comes down to make way for the new Hilltop House Hotel sign today. Photo by Leland S. Lehman 

Photo by Leland S. Lehman

Photo by Leland S. Lehman

 

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WHITE ROCK’S ART & ARTISANS MARKET: Call for Patrons

The Los Alamos Creative District will be having its first Art Market this Sunday, July 29. 

The location will be an outdoor space held at the Hive at 134 N.M. 4 in White Rock.

The market will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and is free to the public who attend. 

The Hive is also close by the parking and shuttle stop for the Bandelier National Monument. 

We will be featuring several local artists. Michael Martinez who creates Native Jewelry, Jennifer Moss who makes handmade ethnic jewelry, Gadiel Ramirez who specializes in homemade chili and corn decorations along with produce.  Read More

LANL Hosts Regional Community Leaders’ Breakfast

From left, Charlie Kalogeros-Chattan, Lori Heimdahl Gibson and Mellis Schmidt mingle at the Regional Community Leaders’ Breakfast Tuesday at LANL. Photo by Greg Kendall/ladailypost.com.

By Greg Kendall

Tuesday morning, the Los Alamos National Laboratory held a Regional Community Leaders’ Breakfast at the J. Robert Oppenheimer Study Center at Los Alamos National Laboratory.  

LANL community breakfast events are held periodically. The focus of this event was LANL’s partnerships with industry and governments.

Terry Wallace, Principal LANL Associate Read More

Dixie Girl Opens for Dinner this Thursday!

Denise Lane. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

Staff Report

Owner Denise Lane of the Dixie Girl on Central Avenue announced that her restaurant will begin serving dinner 5-9 p.m., three days a week beginning Thursday, July 26.

The Dixie Girl will serve dinner 5-9 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and continue to serve lunch 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday through Saturday.

Lane explained that alcoholic beverages will not be served at the restaurant because she must wait 100 days for her liquor license to become effective, which is the end of August.

At that time she will open the restaurant Read More

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