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  • Near water Theatre Troupe" 2014
    'Local IQ' Native 'Near Water Theatre Troupe' comes to 'Pueblo Center' Nov. 21
    The popular New Mexico state newspaper called, “Local IQ” is free & distributed to over 600 locations at Albuquerque & Santa Fe. Customers can buy 6 bi-weekly issues at $10 in the U.S. It is a newspaper where local patrons &...
  • "Project Runway All Stars" 2014
    'Project Runway All Stars' Native Patricia Michaels eliminated after 1st episode
    “Project Runway All Stars” (My Lifetime) can be seen each Thursday evening at 9/8 p.m. Last night's episode was called, “Made in Manhattan.” In the overnight cable TV ratings it garnered 1.222 million TV viewers overall...
  • Bench with a view along the Conduit Trail at Lake Pueblo State Park
    Hiking at Lake Pueblo State Park: Conduit Historic Trail and Arkansas Point
    Lake Pueblo State Park may be known for its 60 miles of shoreline, but the park also features miles of hiking and biking trails.A sign at the South Shore trailhead (directions below) mentioned two loops – Arkansas Point and Conduit. I...
  • The old conduit at Lake Pueblo State Park
    History hike at Lake Pueblo State Park: Conduit Trail
    Lake Pueblo State Park may be best known for its boating. However, the park features miles of hiking and biking trails.The Conduit Trail spotlights some of the history of the area. In the early 1930s, a conduit (pipeline) was built to bring water...
  • Canyon Country at Lake Pueblo State Park
    Hiking at Lake Pueblo State Park: History, high points and canyon country
    While Lake Pueblo State Park may be best known for its lake, it also several fun canyons to explore.The hike into canyon country starts at the South Shore parking lot (directions below). A small gazebo with a sign says “Welcome to the...
  • Taos Pueblo
    Visit the mountains and galleries of Taos, New Mexico
    Visit Taos, New Mexico to enjoy warm days and cool nights. The El Monte Sagrado hotel is offering a discount to travelers April to August 2014 at $139 per night for up to four travelers, Sundays through Thursday. This hotel is one of the Top 25...
  • New Mexico State Fair 2012
    'PowWow' cancelled at 'Indian Village' during NM State Fair 2013
    The “New Mexico State Fair” runs from Wednesday Sept. 11 through to Sunday Sept. 22, 2013 at Albuquerque, N.M. The weather forecast for today Tuesday Sept. 17 calls for sunny skies with 20% chance for rain at 79 degrees. Flooding has...
  • Pizza at the Pueblo
    Pizza at the Pueblo
    The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque is a gem of museum, with interactive arts & crafts, exhibits, and artifacts that depict the story of the 19 different pueblos in New Mexico. Located at 2401 12th St. NW, the Indian Pueblo...
  • The dunes at Great Sand Dunes National Park
    Hiking the Great Sand Dunes National Park - High Dune
    Did you know Colorado has a national park protecting miles and miles of sand dunes? Great Sand Dunes National Park in Southern Colorado protects 30 square miles of sand dunes at the base of a snow-capped mountain range about 125 miles from Pueblo ...
  • Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
    Indian Pueblo Cultural Center events during ‘Balloon Fiesta’
    It is day 7 of the 'Balloon Fiesta' in Albuquerque, N.M. The weather forecast on this day Oct. 12, 2012 is windy & ‘73’ degrees. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center has held events all week in conjunction with the fiesta....
  • Niman Kachina Festival
    Niman Kachina Festival
    Shortly after Summer Solstice each year the Hopi ceremony called the Niman Kachina, also known as “The Going Home of the Kachina” or “The Niman Festival” will begin. Typically this Native American festival starts 4-5 days...
  • Cinco de Mayo History
    Wichita Talks About Cinco de Mayo History
    I had the awesome opportunity to interview Jaya Escobar who gave me a better insight on the celebrated holiday Cinco de Mayo. Cinco de Mayo is a battle that is being equated to the much known "David and Goliath Story". This battle...
  • Ludlow Memorial
    History hike: Ludlow massacre site to the Hastings mining disaster
    Well, that sounds depressing. A massacre site and a mine disaster? Sad, yes, but also part of Colorado's history. And you can see both sites in a hike of about 5 miles roundtrip. The hike starts at the Ludlow Memorial (directions below). Start...
  • Pueblo has antique show this weekend
    Pueblo has antique show this weekend
    This weekend, March 12 and 13, visit the Antique Show and Sale at the Colorado State Fairgrounds! There will be antique vendors, a glass grinder on duty to repair chips in your glassware, and food available on site!The event will be located in the...
  • Eglesia de San Esteban de Rey
    Acoma Pueblo in Cibola County, New Mexico
    It is one of the oldest continuously occupied communities in the United States!November is Native American Heritage Month. Throughout this special month, the national edition of the Examiner will be publishing articles periodically on the...