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Jeff Favorite Brings ‘The Gospel of Mark’ to the Stage

Photo by TK Thompson/ladailypost.com
 
Favorite Brings “The Gospel of Mark” to the Stage
By LYNN FINNEGAN
 
An estimated 6,001,500,000 Holy Bibles have been printed. Before the Gutenberg Bible was printed in 1450, however, most of the illiterate population’s access to the Bible was purely oral: a rich Jewish storytelling tradition that grew in the homes of the early Christian church and was later professed to the populace by church authorities. 

“The Gospel According to Mark,” a dramatic one-person performance by Jeffrey Favorite at 7:30 p.m. March 8-9 at Trinity on the Hill

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Los Alamos Aquatomics Swim Team Heads to State!

Aquatomics 2013 State Team, Ashlynn Bennett, 16; Alex Jaegers, 14; Jillian Bennett, 12; Ian Jaegers, 10; Kaitlin Bennett, 13; Gabe Katko, 10; Max Berndt, 10; Ming-Yuan Lo, 8; Carlos Chacon, 10; Kalen Melton, 8; Miguel Chacon, 10; Paige Patterson, 10; Andy Corliss, 8; Ben Reidys, 13; Max Corliss, 10; Max Reidys, 15; Michael Englert-Erickson, 16; Christo Rohlev, 15; Alana Goodwin, 12; Matias Rougier, 9; Nick Greenfield, 16; Gabriella Tepley,12; Jenz Hampel, 16; Neil Wilkerson, 12 and Jacob Hollis, 13. Photo Courtesy of Doug Wedman

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Demolition Underway at New Beginnings Church

Demolition crews were tearing down the fire damaged New Beginnings Fellowship Chapel at 112 East Road Friday. Photo by Greg Kendall/ladailypost.com

Staff report

A morning fire destroyed the chapel of the New Beginnings Fellowship Church at 112 East Road in Los Alamos last July 4. 

The blaze left a burned out shell of a building. One firefighter was injured battling the flames that had traveled up into the building’s rafters.

There were unusual circumstances surrounding the fire and a state fire marshal was called in to investigate the cause. 

Last August, the fire was ruled Read More

Pajarito Brew Pub Hosted Bluesman Ryan McGarvey Saturday

It was standing-room only Saturday night at the Pajarito Brew Pub when Ryan McGarvey played an acoustic set following his gig at the Ski Hill for Skiesta. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ladailypost.com
After performing with his band at Skiesta Saturday, Albuquerque bluesman Ryan McGarvey gave a solo acoustic performance at Pajarito Brew Pub Saturday. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ladailypost.com
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Cindy Geoffrion Benefit Brings Friends Together for Good Cause

The Train Wreck Blues Band from Jemez Springs raises spirits and funds to help with Los Alamos resident Cindy Geoffrion’s medical expenses Saturday night at De Colores Restaurant. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ladailypost.com
De Colores Restaurant hosted a benefit for Cindy Geoffrion Saturday night that brought out a good crowd and brought together many longtime friends of Cindy and Keno Geoffrien. Proceeds surpassed $1,500 midway through the event. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ladailypost.com
Sue Dummer of De Colores donated this Amish quilt for the evening’s silent auction.
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Column: Are You a Closet Contest Enterer?

Are You a Closet Contest Enterer?
Column by TOM GARRISON

Are you one of those? You know, a person who partakes in that guilty pleasure—a contest enterer?

Will you admit it in polite society? Probably not. When the topic raises its ugly head at a cocktail party, you are the one to steer the conversation to something safe, something like the latest Kardashian sighting.

Anything to divert attention from your hidden pleasure.

Ashamed of this aspect of your behavior? Don’t be. You are simply another victim in a society of victims—the victim of what behavioral psychologists call intermittent reinforcement. Read More

Community Members Crowd into Skiesta Event

Members of  the Los Alamos Beer Coop enjoy their favorite beverage at Skiesta on Saturday. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ladailypost.com
Beer vendors dispense their wares at Skiesta. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ladailypost.com
 
Skiesta crowd enjoys an unseasonably warm day on the ski hill Saturday. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ladailypost.com
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Column: Long-Term Care Insurance … One Size Doesn’t Fit All

Long-Term Care Insurance: One Size Doesn’t Fit All
Column by LEONARD SALGADO

One thing we can all agree on is that no two people are exactly the same.

That includes your plans for retirement, which are most likely much different than those of your friends or family’s plans. 

One similarity many of us will share however is the need for long-term care.

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ booklet, Medicare & You, 2011; about 70 percent of people over age 65 will need long-term care services at some point.

With the explosion of long term care services available, the Read More

NNSA Hosts Los Alamos County Officials

From left, Los Alamos County Administrator Harry Burgess, Los Alamos County Council Chair Geoffrey Rodgers, Acting Administrator Neile Miller, Los Alamos County Councilor Peter Sheehey in Washington, D.C. last week.  Courtesy/NNSA

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NNSA Acting Administrator Neile Miller last week hosted Los Alamos County Council Chair Geoffrey Rodgers, County Councilor Peter Sheehey and County Administrator Harry Burgess.

Miller thanked the county officials for their active interest in Los Alamos National Laboratory and for their leadership in the community.

NNSA recognizes the

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Five Local Bands Play Wedding Expo

Andy Z out-frout with the Andy Zandrozny Jazz Ensemble. Photo by TK Thompson/ladailypost.com

The Los Alamos Big Band at the Expo. Photo by TK Thompson/ladailypost.com

By MANDY MARKSTEINER

The Los Alamos Big Band, Jeff Seay and the Pickup Artists, The Craig Martin Experience, The Andy Zandrozny Jazz Ensemble and Richard Hannemann performed in the Tewa Grand Ballroom at the Northern New Mexico Wedding Expo at Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino Feb. 23.

The Wedding Expo was organized so that brides can plan every part of their wedding, including music. The bands set the mood for the event and the Read More

Mysterious Electron Stash Found Hidden Among Van Allen Belts

This NASA rendering depicts Earth’s Van Allen radiation belts and the path of the Van Allen Probe spacecraft, which were launched in August 2012. Data from the spacecraft have confirmed a never-before-seen phenomenon—a long-lived zone of high-energy electrons residing between the inner and outer radiation belts. Courtesy/NASA

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  • Instruments detect never-before-seen phenomenon in Earth’s Magnetosphere

U.S. researchers, including a trio from Los Alamos National Laboratory, have witnessed the mysterious appearance of a relatively long-lived zone of high-energy Read More

Magnificence of Pajarito Mountain

Snow left on the mountain after last week’s snow storm shot from the middle road (truck route) looking up to Pajarito Mountain to the west just past the shooting range. Photo by TK Thompson/ladailypost.com Read More

Letter to the Editor: Rotary Thanks Community

Linda Hull, president
The Rotary Club of Los Alamos       

On behalf of the Rotary Club of Los Alamos, I would like to thank the community for its outstanding support of our fourth annual Crab Fest held recently at the Knights of Columbus Hall. 

Although our final tally has not been tabulated yet, our fund-raiser exceeded expectations. With the money raised, we will once again be able to give academic and vocational awards to high school students, and this year we will also be able to purchase an automatic external defibrillator (AED) for Fuller Lodge, Read More

Join the Puzzle Platoon in LALT’s ‘Van Choc Straw’

From left, Stephen Fasel, Gwen Lewis and Pat Beck. Photo by Salvador Zapien/ladailypost.com
 
Review by BONNIE J. GORDON
Los Alamos Daily Post

The world premiere of the full-length version of Van Choc Straw by Marc Dunn took place Friday, March 1 at Los Alamos Little Theatre.

A shorter version of Van Choc Straw was produced as a radio play on KUNM Radio a year ago. The shorter version will be LALT’s entry in the New Mexico AACTFest March 21-24.

Van Choc Straw takes place in the basement of Althea Witlin’s (Pat Beck) home. Because of her age, Althea is being forced to sell her home and Read More

Obituary: Roddy Burke Walton Dec. 9, 1931–Feb. 19, 2013

Roddy Burke Walton Dec. 9, 1931–Feb. 19, 2013

Roddy Burke Walton, long-time resident of Los Alamos, New Mexico, passed into the arms of his Savior on Feb. 19, 2013 after a lengthy illness.

Roddy was born in Goldthwaite, Mills County, Texas Dec. 9, 1931 and graduated from Texas A&M University in 1952 with a Bachelor of Science in physics and the University of Wisconsin in 1957 with a PhD in nuclear physics. 

He spent the summers of 1953-1955 at Los Alamos National Laboratory as a research assistant.

From 1957-1959, Roddy served his country as a 1st Lieutenant in the United States Air Force Read More

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