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Kei Tsuzuki, right, one of the owners of Kei & Molly Textiles, and Yenisey Cortes, the studio’s screenprinter, print a run of cotton tea towels. (Marla Brose/Albuquerque Journal)

Albuquerque women craft a business from hobby

Two Albuquerque women, who met at their kids’ school, have turned their part-time hobby into Kei & Molly Textiles, a national wholesale and online business.

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Author describes doomed voyage

In the summer of 1879 the USS Jeannette sailed from San Francisco in search of the North Pole.

Dangling sway bar should be reattached

DEAR TOM AND RAY: My stepson recently discovered something dangling under his 1997 Ford Escort wagon.

Ramon Perez, owner of Expressway Motors, goes out of his way to help young buyers get into their first car. (Glen Rosales/For the Albuquerque Journal)

Dealer is still dabbling in social work

Ramon Perez has seen the big business end of the auto industry and has lived from Puerto Rico to South America in specializing in the financial side of the industry.

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