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Food Columnist Liddie Martinez Signs Contract With Pajarito Press To Produce And Market ‘The Chile Line: Historic Northern New Mexico Recipes’ Cookbook
Los Alamos Daily Post food columnist Liddie Martinez, right, signs a publishing contract this morning at Secret City Kitchen with Pajarito Press co-owners Nancy Bartlit and Marc Rayburn to produce and market her cookbook ‘The Chile Line: Historic Northern New Mexico Recipes’. The new cookbook is anticipated to be available in time for the upcoming Christmas season. Pajarito Press LLC is a member of the Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce. Courtesy photo
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By Fr. Glenn Jones:
(Sigh)….57 years old and still reading the comics. But … it brings a little levity early in the day, and helps set a good mood. Maybe all of us sneak a peek at our old favorites now and again. I mean … how can you not like “Dilbert”?! And then there’s the golden oldies like Dennis the Menace, Peanuts, and even ol’ Garfield is getting a little long in the tooth. I can’t help but marvel at times at the cleverness of some of the writers. They are pretty good observers of the human scene.
A good one on Saturday with “Curtis”, centering on a couple of young brothers. The younger, frustrated that
‘Posts from the Road’ is a new feature appearing in the Sunday edition of the Los Alamos Daily Post. Longtime Los Alamos photographer Gary Warren and his wife Marilyn are traveling around the country and he is sharing scenes they encounter while on the road. Today’s submission features Poppy Fields: Colorful orange poppies blanket the hills earlier this spring at the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve near Lancaster, Calif. A wet winter and spring created abundant flowers and colorful blooms throughout the southwest this year. Photo by Gary Warren/ladailypost.com
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The world is full of broken individuals; the church is no different. Rather than hide behind masks of pretentious righteousness or of, “having it all together”, our goal is to continue the work of Jesus and, “Mend the Broken”, beginning with ourselves and reaching to all.
Calvary Chapels endeavor to “Simply teach the Bible simply” as we search the heart of God. We do this
Public Works/Traffic Division projects:
Central Avenue Closure for Independence Day events:
Pedestrians and motorists are to be advised that Central Avenue from Oppenheimer to 15th will be closed the morning of July 4 for the Y adult 5K run and then the children’s firecracker parade. Farmer’s Market will be OPEN at the library overflow lot July 4; market-goers are asked to use Rose or Canyon and access Farmer’s Market from the north side. Parking will be available for the market at the Betty Ehart Senior Center or the Fuller Lodge lot; both of these facilities are closed on the holiday.
Community County Public Safety Travel
One of the main thoroughfares in Los Alamos could see a few transformations. Los Alamos County Council was updated on projects planned for Trinity Drive and N.M. 502 during its meeting Tuesday night.
Work to construct a roundabout as well as
Community County Public Safety Travel
SANTA FE – Forest Road (FR) 289 is closed approximately 2 miles south of the Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) boundary at the junction of FR 268 and FR 289.
Forest visitors who want to access the southeastern Jemez Mountains, including the Dome Wilderness, are advised to approach from the north, using N.M. 4, which intersects with the north end of FR 289.
FR 289 is open from N.M. 4 to the forest boundary, but the road is closed to through traffic on land owned by the Pueblo of Cochiti.
The SFNF will notify the public if the status of FR 289 south of the forest boundary changes.
State Public Safety Travel
The North Central Regional Transit District (NCRTD) has announced that the RTD “Blue Buses” will not be in service Thursday, July 4, in observance of the Independence Day holiday.
The exception will be the 255 RTD Mountain Trail to the Santa Fe National Forest, which will be in operation that day.
Adults 50 and older are invited to experience a taste and tour of Guatemala during lunch Thursday at the White Rock Senior Center. Courtesy/WRSC
Adults 50 and over can experience a taste and tour of Guatemala during lunch Thursday at the White Rock Senior Center.
Chef Michael Mason, along with Beverly and Martin Cooper, will transport diners on a virtual trip to Spanish and Mayan cultures. The local dress is described as among the most colorful in the world and the area is busy with market life, archeological sites and brightly colored birds.
Chef Mason is preparing a special lunch
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County: Public Presentation On Trinity Drive/N.M. 502 Improvements Related To Hill Apartments Tuesday
The public is invited to attend a presentation at 6 p.m., Tuesday on the Trinity Drive/N.M. 502 improvements associated with a New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) state grant for pedestrian and ADA improvements, NMDOT pavement preservation project and “The Hill” Apartments Housing Development.
This presentation will take place during the County Council meeting Tuesday in Council Chambers at the Municipal Building, 1000 Central Ave.
The Council approved a resolution June 11 supporting an application for state funding assistance of these various projects through
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Bob Fuselier of Los Alamos will speak on ‘Neuroscience and Emotions’ this Wednesday at the LAF&SF at the Unitarian Church. Courtesy/LAF&SF
Los Alamos scientist Nels Hoffman spoke to a full house Wednesday at the Los Alamos Faith and Science Forum’s Summer Series (LAF&SF).
The theme of the summer series is “Are You a Robot? Brain, Mind and Soul” and Hoffman spoke on the topic of “Neuroplasticity: How the Mind Changes the Brain”.
Bob Fuselier of Los Alamos will speak this Wednesday on “Neuroscience and Emotions”.
Fuselier’s abstract states: In his landmark
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‘Posts from the Road’ is a new feature that beginning today will appear in the Sunday edition of the Los Alamos Daily Post. Longtime Los Alamos photographer Gary Warren and his wife Marilyn are traveling around the country and he will share scenes they encounter while on the road. Today’s submission features the City of Rocks State Park in southwestern New Mexico between Deming and Silver City. In approaching the park entrance, visitors have a panoramic view of the ‘city of rocks’. The city is made up of hundreds of huge boulders, which provide a scenic drive, hiking trails, camping and picnicking
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