Scenes From LAAC Arts And Crafts Fair At Fuller Lodge

Los Alamos Arts Council (LAAC) Events Coordinator Emma Jo and volunteer Devon Sisneros work the LAAC booth during the arts and crafts fair today on the lawn at Fuller Lodge. The fair, which was part of Los Alamos County Fair and Rodeo festivities, featured 106 vendor booths. Photo by Kirsten Laskey/

Ellie Keene of Desert and the Sea in Santa Fe hosts a booth during today’s arts and crafts fair. Photo by Kirsten Laskey/

Magalli Gomez of Magarte Pottery chats with customers during the arts and crafts fair. Photo by Kirsten Laskey/

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Scenes From Summer Concert Series Event At Pond

Country singer Sim Balkey performing this evening in the Summer Concert Series at Ashley Pond Park. Courtesy photo

Maya performing this evening in the New Mexico Talent Showcase at Ashley Pond Park. Courtesy photo

Performing this evening in the New Mexico Talent Showcase at Ashley Pond Park from left, Marisol Medina, McKenna Bernstein and Max Cox. Courtesy photo

Country singer Sim Balkey, center, with Chamber Director Ryn Herrmann and Amadeo Irlando-Wildman. Courtesy photo
Special guest performance by End of the Line this evening at Ashley Pond Park. Courtesy photo
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U.S. Embassy & FBI Return Historic Sculpture Of San Antonio De Padua To People Of Mexico

Saint Anthony of Padua statue from the 19th century. Courtesy image

FBI News:

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO —The Embassy of the United States in Mexico and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have announced the return of a Saint Anthony of Padua statue from the 19th century that was located in the Museum of Fine Arts of San Angelo (SAMFA) in Texas.

Through a formal request process initiated by Mexican authorities, FBI personnel contacted the museum who worked cooperatively and responsibly to reach a mutual resolution and effectuate the transfer of this important object to Mexico through the FBI. Read More

Daily Postcard: Cooper’s Hawk In Tree At Bandelier

Daily Postcard: A Cooper’s Hawk prepares to feed her fledglings nesting in a tree recently at Bandelier National Monument. After about a month in the nest, Cooper’s Hawks start to fledge by hopping from branch to branch in the nest tree, learning how to use their wings and feet. At this point, their wing feathers are not done growing, and their tail is about 1/2 grown. As flight feathers continue to grow, and the fledglings gain confidence, they will make short flights to surrounding trees. At this age, they are still dependent on their mom and dad for food. For the first weeks, prey is brought directly
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Village Arts Presents New Exhibition: ‘What I Did On My Summer Vacation’ Featuring 17 Local Artists!

Summer Artwork by Sara Anne Myers.Courtesy/Village Arts

Summer Artwork by Fran Stoval. Courtesy/Village Arts

Village Arts News:

Village Arts is happy to host a new exhibition just in time for the start of the new school year! Artists were asked to take on the traditional “start of the school year” theme and be inspired by their summer adventures.

The exhibit features more than 30 creations that explore a summer of colorful days, velvety nights, beaches, gardens, dreams, challenges and more!

Showing the work of artists who are truly getting ready for their first days of school all the way to professional

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