Low-key lawyer rubs elbows
Santa Fe lawyer John Pound was at the center of
attention as he took a high-profile stroll with vice presidential
candidate Joe Lieberman at the New Mexico State Fair.
Sandpaper on the
Patti March spent five years searching for justice in
the gunshot death of her troubled teen son, Gary. Along the way, she
became a tireless advocate for others who lost a loved one to
homicide. A man was recently sentenced in Gary's slaying, but the
pain and the questions continue.
Could this one break the
State Fair Commission Chairman Tom Tinnin said he
believes the 2000 New Mexico State Fair will be the most financially
successful in the 62-year history of the annual show.
Weather turns nippy,
chilling people and
Albuquerque flirted with reaching the record low
temperature at sunrise today, but came up two degrees
(Click "Campaign 2000" for local election stories as
well as for national campaign updates)
BELGRADE, Yugoslavia -- Claiming victory in an
election marked by fraud allegations, Slobodan Milosevic's opponents
today warned that the Yugoslav president may try to rig the vote in
a desperate attempt to keep the power he has wielded for 13
The Lobos are showing promise as they enter the MWC,
but will Rocky's boys follow tradition and play with their heads in
This mixed-media work by Robert Hooten
is on display in a three-person exhibition with painter Les
Lilliston and printmaker Carol Sanchez. The show, titled "Elegant
Abstracts," runs through Oct. 14 at the Coleman Gallery of
Contemporary Art, 3812 Central Ave. S.E. Call
Through Wheels for the World, an organization that
repairs and donates wheelchairs worldwide, Debbie and Paul Faculjak
are providing mobility turning dreams into reality across the
Dulcinea . . . the sweet sovereign
Nothing sadder than a dog with a broken heart. Dulce
got hers the day Andy died. Her big brave brother -- coyote warrior,
living-room clown, Mr. Personality -- was the only other being to
which she had ever bonded. She adored him. Worshipped him. Watched
every move, mimicked every act.
A paradigm? Nope, but I did find
under the sofa
America loves business, and business loves buzzwords.
These days, with the Internet economy booming right along, new words
buzz their way into the language every day. Even people who have no
connection with dot-coms find themselves spewing the geekspeak of
computers and corporations.
(For the week beginning September
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