Casa San Ysidro in Corrales, New Mexico has been hosting Heritage Day annually in May for more than a decade to celebrate the state’s history, art and culture.
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The touring cast of the Broadway hit “Hamilton” scheduled a visit to Popejoy from Jan. 19 to Feb. 7, 2021, however, with the uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic it is unclear if people will be allowed to gather in large crowds come early next year.
This article contains spoilers for all episodes of “Tiger King”
For many people, baking has been a way of passing time while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. As the recipes and the aprons came out of storage, the phenomenon of black bean bread surged in popularity on social media.
With live performances canceled for the foreseeable future, local musicians are struggling to continue performing for audiences and still pay the bills.
While the coronavirus continues to sweep through New Mexico, making face masks is one way some Albuquerque locals are working on the front lines against the virus.
As the boredom of social distancing starts to set in, ironically picking up a book about situations more uncertain than our own can keep us entertained.
The University of New Mexico has canceled Uni Nights for the remainder of the semester due to growing concerns about the novel coronavirus at UNM and around the state.
Students at the University of New Mexico will be competing to create five-minute films in a week with the Campus Movie Fest (CMF).
STUDENT UNION BUILDING — Students explored the SUB and competed for prizes in a scavenger hunt during the third Uni Night event of the semester on Friday, Feb. 28.
POPEJOY HALL — "The Langston Hughes Project" visited the University of New Mexico in honor of Black History Month and to celebrate the centennial anniversary of the Harlem Renaissance.
Program Specialists Amy Winter and Mary Wise conceived and curated the digital exhibit "And Yet She Persisted: Women at UNM and Across New Mexico" for the Digital Initiatives and Scholarly Communications (DISC) office in Zimmerman Library.
In a new installation at the University of New Mexico Art Museum, León De la Rosa-Carrillo remixes art and culture in his art installation "The Remix Room."
Popejoy Hall welcomed the raucous musical "The Book of Mormon" for the third time from Feb. 4 to Feb. 9.
Layla Saad, author of “Me and White Supremacy: Combat Racism, Change the World and Become a Good Ancestor” visited Bookworks in Albuquerque as a stop on her national book tour.
The stresses of modern education and deadline anxieties are coming to an end, and three of the Daily Lobo's own staff are looking forward to having time to spend enjoying the outdoors.