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Photo Issue: Roaring for a cause

The Roaring Twenties were alive Saturday night at Hotel Albuquerque. Salsa music could be heard down the halls and men with fedoras and women in boas could be seen walking around the Q Bar, matching the Baz Luhrmann’s inspired theme of the night — The Great Gatsby.

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Photo Issue: Life in the works

The smell of aged leather and wood drifts through the air of Aaron Boyd’s Tres Cuervos studio in Santa Fe, New Mexico. With the hands of a skilled craftsman, Boyd cuts pieces of leather with swift precision to begin working on one of his signature pieces — men’s wallets. After discovering his knack for design and leatherwork, Boyd decided to make Tres Cuervos his career, abandoning his life as a government contractor.

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Photo Story: Local farm offers chance to pick your own raspberries

Tucked away between the Rio Grande River and the Corrales Community Farms lies a small patch of raspberry heaven. Heidi’s Raspberry U-Pick farm was started by Heidi Eleftheriou in 2001. Since then, visitors from all over New Mexico come to pick in-season raspberries from the many patches at the farm. Families can be seen laughing and peeking through vines along the lush raspberry corridors.

Mark Holm
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Photographer Mark Holm: Remembering a true mentor

Mark Holm was an extraordinary visual storyteller, who with a quiet disposition, steady hand and ready heart captured amazing photographs that have since been published in The New York Times, The Albuquerque Journal and The Guadalupe County Communicator. Holm came on board with the Daily Lobo as a photo coach in 2011, and remained a mentor here until his departure in the fall of 2015.

A bowl of vegan Japanese stir fry sits on the counter of Naruto on Wednesday, April 19, 2017. The Japanese stir fry is one of the many dishes that can be made vegan at Naruto.
Culture

Green Issue: The vegan’s guide to off-campus food

1. Naruto Not only does Naruto host authentic Japanese cuisine, but they offer two vegan-friendly options to satisfy any palate: Fried Rice and Vegetable Eggless Noodles. The fried rice can be made vegan by requesting no eggs, or by simply stating: vegan noodles. The noodles are then fried with carrots, green onions and spices, topped with garnish. The vegetable ramen comes with shiitake mushrooms, kombu seaweed broth with black mushrooms, cabbages, bok choy, Chinese cabbages, carrots, tofu, and red bell peppers. Ask for no boiled egg.

Signs lay on a table as part of a anti-ICE rally on Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017 in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico. Dreamers who are  part of the DACA act have raised concerns due to the current political climate.
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DACA: Dreaming beyond the new political landscape

Since the election of President Trump, the future of students under DACA is unknown and many Dreamers are worried not only about what this means for their future, but also for the safety of their families. Medical student Yazmin Irazoqui Ruiz remembers the moment when her world didn’t seem so certain anymore, just five days after President Trump’s inauguration. “Jan. 25 was the first border security executive action, and that was the proof I needed to realize that Trump was going to go after what he said he was going to do,” Ruiz said.

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Aiden Wear, 8 years old, holds a balloon in support of the Trans Lives Matter Movement and as a tribute to the 49 lives lost last year in the Orlando night club shooting. The Candlelight Vigil was held at Morningside Park on June 8, 2017.

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Louie’s Rock n’ Reels store is a popular Albuquerque movie and music poster store. Louie’s Rock n’ Reels is located on Harvard St. across UNM.

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