San Juan Symphony: 34 years and counting

San Juan Symphony Music Director Thomas Heuser will launch the 34th season in twin concerts this weekend. On Sept. 28 and 29, “Absolute Refinement” will distill the clear and elegant music of...

DATE: Sept. 27, 2019 | CATEGORY: Living

Adrien Lawyer to offer Trans Training 101

Adrien Lawyer will offer a Trans Training 101 class from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 26, at the Ignacio Multi-Purpose Facility, 258 Ute Road. Join Southwest Rainbow Youth and Sexual Assault...

DATE: Sept. 26, 2019 | CATEGORY: Living

Laser therapy offers lasting relief for muscle, nerve pain

Durangoan Kristin Gerela tried physical therapy, massages and chiropractic adjustments to relieve her neck pain before receiving laser therapy treatment. “This was the fastest response and the best...

DATE: Sept. 26, 2019 | CATEGORY: Living

Highland games return to Aztec

Kilts, hammers, highland dancing and Celtic music will again make an appearance Oct. 5-6 at Riverside Park in Aztec. Started by a group of locals with Irish and Scottish ancestry, the Aztec...

DATE: Sept. 25, 2019 | CATEGORY: Living

Collaboration on the Four Corners/One Book program

“One Book” style programs are in place around the country, but for smaller libraries it’s often a challenge to participate, because of workload and cost. How did Cortez Public Library lead the way...

DATE: Sept. 20, 2019 | CATEGORY: Living

Brew the years: Beer fans ‘CANvention’ opens in New Mexico

ALBUQUERQUE – In middle school, Dan Scoglietti rode his bike through Chicago, picking up old beer cans with his twin brother, Ed. It was an odd hobby for a pre-teen in the 1970s that turned into a...

DATE: Sept. 6, 2019 | CATEGORY: Living

History Live presentation to discuss ‘Queen Anne’s Revenge’

The Journal Sponsored by the San Juan Basin Archaeological Society and the Fort Lewis College Anthropology Department, Linda Carnes-McNaughton will present “Blackbeard’s Sunken Prize: Excavation...

DATE: Sept. 6, 2019 | CATEGORY: Living

How to deal with problem of suckers

If you are like many of us and have aspens planted in your Colorado yard, you know that eventually you have to deal with the annoying problem of suckers. While aspens and poplars are notorious for...

DATE: Sept. 2, 2019 | CATEGORY: Living

Mormon leaders change rules against guns in church

SALT LAKE CITY – Most members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints already knew they were discouraged from taking their guns to church on Sunday, but the church is making sure that...

DATE: Aug. 30, 2019 | CATEGORY: Living

Plan allows drilling, grazing near Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY – A new U.S. government management plan clears the way for coal mining and oil and gas drilling on land that used to be off limits as part of a sprawling national monument in Utah...

DATE: Aug. 30, 2019 | CATEGORY: Living

Unique Le Natural tries to ‘exemplify the microfarming idea’

In the words of owner Brian McCollaum, Unique Le Natural “does a little bit of everything.” The six-year-old farm raises goats and uses their milk to produce soaps, lotions and shampoo bars. The...

DATE: Aug. 27, 2019 | CATEGORY: Living

Native American artist should have been famous

What if he had 30, or 50 more years? The question that haunts the work of Mozart, Keats and Basquiat also makes the work of T.C. Cannon seem, at first, tragic. Born in Oklahoma in 1946, he was a...

DATE: Aug. 23, 2019 | CATEGORY: Living

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