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  • New Mexico: Author D.H. Lawrence's ranch near Taos reopens to visitors

    New Mexico: Author D.H. Lawrence's ranch near Taos reopens to visitors
    British author D.H. Lawrence described his connection to New Mexico as "the greatest experience I ever had from the outside world. It certainly changed me forever." The rustic ranch northwest of Taos where he spent a brief part of his life during the 1920s recently reopened to visitors.
  • Barbara DeGenevieve, provocative artist, dies

    Artist Barbara DeGenevieve was daring in her work, deliberately pursuing subjects grounded in questions of power, class, gender and sexuality, and consistently eliciting controversy and political criticism. She sought to promote public discussion of...

    New Mexico: Albuquerque to host the Gathering of Nations

    New Mexico: Albuquerque to host the Gathering of Nations
    An array of cultural experiences awaits visitors to Albuquerque later this month during the Gathering of Nations. The gathering, billed as the world’s largest assembly of indigenous peoples, will welcome tens of thousands of members from more than...

    Dinosaurs were neither cold-blooded nor warm-blooded, study finds

    Dinosaurs were neither cold-blooded nor warm-blooded, study finds
    Dinosaurs have long been thought of as slow, lumbering, cold-blooded animals, akin to reptiles like the crocodile and the lizard – but there’s been increasing signs in recent years that they may have been warm-blooded, as mammals and birds...

    Tribal court's chief judge works for Yurok-style justice

    Tribal court's chief judge works for Yurok-style justice
    KLAMATH, Calif. — Abby Abinanti squints at her docket. "The court is going to call — the court is going to put on its glasses," she says dryly, reaching to grab her readers and snatch some candy from a staff member. As chief judge of the...