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National Hispanic Cultural Center special section in PDF format.
National Hispanic Cultural Center
Cultural Center Opening This Weekend
The National Hispanic Cultural Center of New Mexico is throwing a party for its grand opening, and the public is invited. (October 17)

National Hispanic Cultural Center Schedule
Here is the schedule of events for the grand opening of the National Hispanic Cultural Center of New Mexico. Events conclude at 5:40 p.m. Saturday and 5:15 p.m. Sunday. (October 17)

Spruced-Up Neighborhood Relies on Roots
It seems that everywhere in the old south Albuquerque barrio of Barelas, history and progress collide, creating a colorful tapestry. (October 17)

Fund-Raisers Well on Way to $56 Million
The race to generate cash for construction of the $56 million National Hispanic Cultural Center of New Mexico remains at full-throttle for members of Albuquerque's Hispanic Culture Foundation. (October 17)

Homes Testament to Woman, Family, Culture
First-time visitors to the National Hispanic Cultural Center of New Mexico might encounter a bit of Hispanic history they hadn't counted on. (October 17)

'A Community Came Alive'
Long before the National Hispanic Cultural Center was even a concept, the seeds were incubating everywhere in a German prisoner-of-war camp, in New Mexico classrooms and in the hearts of Hispanic artists and musicians. (October 17)

Exhibits Give Hispanic Artists Chance to Shine
A fierce-looking Comanche dancer arrayed in traditional feathers, leather and some untraditional sunglasses explodes out of the frame at the viewer in a series of photographs by New Mexican photographer Miguel Gandert. (October 17)

Barelas Community Rich in History
South on Fourth Street, past the Victorian-looking street lamps and the pillars bordered with blue and yellow tiles, past the shops offering flowers or music or auto glass, is the river crossing where Barelas was born. (October 17)

Everything Old is New Again
For Pedro Marquez, who turned 40 this year, the seven-year itch has to do with a passion for architecture. (October 17)

Project Reflects Cultural Influences
When the National Hispanic Cultural Center of New Mexico opens Saturday, it will reflect the influence of Hispanic cultures from the American Southwest, Mexico, Spain and Central and South America. (October 17)

Varied Backgrounds, Wealth of Experience
The foundation, board and staff of the National Hispanic Cultural Center of New Mexico reflects a rainbow of experiences, backgrounds and abilities. (October 17)

Exhibitions to Feature Santos, Tin
Future exhibitions at the National Hispanic Cultural Center of New Mexico include "Santos: Substance and Soul," which will open in June or July, said senior curator Andrew Connors. (October 17)

Determination Turned Dream into Reality
A recitation of the groups and individuals responsible for the creation of the National Hispanic Cultural Center from inception to completion could go on like an acceptance speech at the Academy Awards. (October 17)

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