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Public invited to hear ideas for Route 66 Visitor Center Public Art Project

50 Views  Â NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Three artists are presenting their ideas for a public art project. Bernalillo County said the public is welcome to view the presentations which will be virtual.  The three semi-finalists are Celina Gordon, Robert Davis, and Paul Sovereign. Out of those three, only one artist will be

Film about Stewart Udall to show at NMSU Alamogordo on Wednesday

73 Views  Â Former U.S. Senator Tom Udall and Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland will be featured in a new film about former Congressman and Secretary of the Interior Stewart Udall who passed away in 2010. The film will be shown at NMSU Alamogordo Wednesday evening at 6 p.m. at

Fall 2022 Daily Lobo photo contest winners

85 Views  Â On Sept. 27, the Daily Lobo asked students at the University of New Mexico to submit their best photos for a chance to be featured on the cover of our Art and Photo issue, published this past Monday, Oct. 17. Here, the three winners provide a brief statement on their

Silent Lights set to illuminate Smith Plaza

120 Views  Â Silent Lights is an annual event put on by the Associated Students at the University of New Mexico, Lobo Spirit, Student Special Events, and University Communication and Marketing. When they enter the event, students will be given wireless headphones that they can use to tune into one of

New voice of Old Man Gloom gears up for Zozobra

149 Views  Â ANTA FE, N.M. — This Friday, Old Man Gloom will be brought to life with a new person behind the microphone.  The Honorable Bill Parnall, a Division I Judge of New Mexico’s Second Judicial District Court, was selected out of nearly 60 individuals through two rounds of auditions

New Mexico designer’s clothes hit the red carpet

116 Views  Â ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Native American-inspired patterns and colors are making their way to the red carpet through one New Mexican’s unique designs. Santa Fe-born designer Dante Biss-Grayson, from the Osage tribe, developed his passion for fashion and eye for the arts as a source of therapy after serving in

BioPark gorilla welcomes baby to the world

146 Views  Â ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The Albuquerque BioPark Zoo welcomed a brand new baby gorilla to the world Wednesday morning. Samantha gave birth to her baby at 10:29 a.m. Wednesday. The zoo reports Samantha and her baby are doing well and have started nursing.

Plans to allow alcohol sales at Zozobra move forward

150 Views  Â SANTA FE, N.M. – The thousands of people set to attend Zozobra this year may be able to buy alcohol inside the gates, which is something the event organizers are pushing for.  On Wednesday night, a Santa Fe city council committee gave its approval for the idea. Now, the