Chaplain offers someone to talk to during tough times in hospital
One recent summer day, Dr. Eldie Cruz was sticking what looked like a shish kabob prong into the torso of a dead pig, demonstrating a set of small surgery tools being used at Lovelace Women’s Hospital.
Not too long ago, Dolores Martinez, 62, of Albuquerque got a phone call while eating chips smothered …
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Where do black people in Albuquerque go to get a haircut?
Thousands of visiting RVers set up their home-away-from-home near fiesta
Among the spectacular visuals at the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta are the balloon glows and firework shows that happen once the sun starts to set.
Volunteering for the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta is not just a way to pass time.
Enlace Comunitario, an organization that has for 14 years helped Spanish-speaking women survive crises of domestic violence, will this fall embark on new terrain: designing a program aimed at the batterers.
Antoinette Sedillo Lopez had what she considered an amazing, cushy job as a professor and then dean at the University of New Mexico School of Law, specializing in a range of areas, including family law.
Auction for CLNKids to feature community leaders