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Overcoming stigma of cancer topic of TV show

PBS show deals with how to overcome the stigma and issues facing minorities


  • Native American sci-fi film screens in Santa Fe theaters
  • Dining

  • There is a deft hand at work in the kitchen of Lan’s
  • Music

  • Opera Southwest’s ‘La bohème’ set mirrors the music
  • Santa Fe-based guitarist Ottmar Liebert performs with orchestra
  • Baroque Holy Week: Concerts at Loretto Chapel Thursday through April 4
  • Arts

    “Frances Lopez” is a 1994 Polaroid print by photographer Miguel Gandert.

    UNM’s spring art exhibits offers a banquet of styles

    A series of exhibitions encompassing the work of Transcendentalist master Raymond Jonson, the rich environmentalism of Jaune Quick-to-See Smith and a history of portraiture offers a banquet of wildly different styles and techniques at the University of New Mexico Art Museum.

  • ABQ Museum celebrates city’s innovative history
  • MasterWorks of New Mexico show features Albuquerque Academy teacher
  • Encaustic Art Institute expands into new quarters offering exhibition and sale space
  • TV

    Angelica Bishop, a Rio Rancho High forensics student, collects “evidence” inside an RV at a staged crime scene on the school campus. A “woman,” which was really a dummy, was found lying dead outside the vehicle. Students must collect and evaluate evidence as well as interview witnesses to find the “killer” or “killers,” using skills they’ve learned in class. (Marla Brose/Albuquerque Journal)

    CSI: Rio Rancho

    An RV with a chemistry lab inside and a “dead body” outside with an apparent head wound greeted some 200 forensic students at Rio Rancho High Thursday morning.

  • ‘Downton Abbey’ to end after its upcoming 6th season
  • Calendar

    Things to do today

    See what events are taking place around the state today.


  • Chefs jazz up school food, save on costs
  • Cooking

  • Go ahead, it’s OK to let your diet go to seed
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