Arts | Culture | Museums

ABQ Biopark loses another animal

10 Views   The Albuquerque BioPark announced that their 26 year-old polar bear named Koluk passed via euthanasia on May 26. The zoo’s decision to put down the large animal was due to Koluk’s rapid health decline, the park stated.

Student-created film wins LGBTQ+ festival award

101 Views   Class prepares students for success in growing film industry A series created by students in a class in the Film and Digital Media Arts Department at The University of New Mexico recently won an award and may be on its way to the TV screen.

Navajo Code Talker collections open in the Center for Southwest Research

120 Views   In November 2022, the Center for Southwest Research at the University of New Mexico opened the Carl N. Gorman and William Dean Wilson Collections, presenting the materials and records of two original Navajo Code Talkers from the largest donation of Indigenous history materials ever received by the CSWR.

New Mexico nuclear museum receives rare Soviet missile

132 Views   ALBUQUERQUE, N.M – The National Nuclear Science and History in New Mexico showcases a lot of history about nuclear science from around the world. On Saturday, they received a new rare addition to their missile collection.

Las Golondrinas gets nationally recognized

133 Views   NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – For 50 years, tradition and history have been kept alive at El Rancho de Las Golondrinas south of Santa Fe. Las Golondrinas is now officially on the National Register of Historic Districts after being added last month.