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    Hundreds show up for climate strike, ask for change

    By: Ellie Aikman, Sevia Gonzales, and Joe Rull   Hundreds of students and activists of all ages gathered at Robinson Park in Downtown Albuquerque Friday afternoon to bring awareness to climate issues and fight for policy changes as part of a global Climate Strike movement.  Protests were scheduled in over 150 countries and millions of people […]

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    Latin fusion band Sol de la Noche drops first album

    By Alanie Rael and Andrea Solis / NM News Port Through a variety of cultures, sounds and colors, Albuquerque music group Sol De La Noche brought life to a party at Marble Brewery. The Latin fusion group released their first album, “Al Natural” on September 7, 2019 at a party held at the downtown bar. […]

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    Canine stars dazzle at the fair

    By: Madison Spratto / NM News Port   Some special performers made a big splash at the New Mexico State Fair this year. For the first time ever, 13 rescued Canine Stars captured the audience’s attention with a dog show that included agility courses and a crowd favorite—dock jumping. Dogs of all breeds, sizes and […]

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    NM stands up against Trump in peaceful gathering

    By Madison Spratto / NM News Port  As President Donald Trump took the stage at Santa Ana Star Center Monday night, more than 200 Burqueños gathered at Tiguex Park to protest his arrival in Rio Rancho.  The rally, dubbed NM United Against Trump: A Day of Cultural Resistance, was co-sponsored by numerous groups and created […]

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    Albuquerque Rage Room opens for a smashing good time

    By Hayley Estrada and Steven DeAnda / NM News Port Stressed-out locals can now arm themselves with a pipe, a crowbar or a mallet to release their anger on old furniture and dining room dishes at the Albuquerque Rage Room. The Rage Room opened its doors in late August  to provide a controlled environment where […]

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    Local reading program seeks new tutors in 17th year

    By: Abby Matanis and Destiny Munoz   With New Mexico ranked near the bottom in educational achievement, schools welcome a helping hand—or a helpful reader.  For 17 years, the Albuquerque Reads program has has been helping local public schools teach elementary students how to read.  The non-profit organization, created in partnership by the Greater Albuquerque […]

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    Vegan eatery serves climate consciousness

    By Amanda Britt and Bianca Hoops / NM News Port Two Albuquerque restaurant owners are going beyond serving food to serve-up what they say are vital lessons on protecting the environment.   Wanderlust Vegan Eatery organized their first “Save Our Future” event outside their restaurant earlier this month to raise money for the Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring […]

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    Committee to legalize recreational marijuana keeping medical patients in mind

    By: Natalia Ankiewicz and Jamesha Begay / NM News Port   The New Mexico Cannabis Legalization Working Group, created by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, is laying plans to legalize recreational cannabis—without losing medical cannabis patients. During a press conference at the end of the last legislative session in Santa Fe, Grisham said that the next […]

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