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  1. Food Fridays promote use of Civic PlazaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Lobo

    Children play with water at Civic Plaza Friday afternoon. The Albuquerque Convention Center organized ABQ Food Fridays to give people the option to spend their Friday evenings with their families and friends and a variety of foods.

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  2. UNM slides past Texas TechRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | The Daily Lobo

    The UNM baseball team made another dramatic, late-inning rally to pull out a slugfest over Texas Tech University 12-11 Tuesday afternoon at the Albuquerque Sports Stadium. The Lobos scored five runs during the last two innings to win for the third straight time at home and improved to 3-6 after starting the season 0-6.

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  3. Retention, recruitment improveRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | The Daily Lobo

    UNM's enrollment declined slightly this semester from the same time last year, but the University showed promising signs of improvement in graduate student recruitment and freshmen retention. The University's total headcount for all sections of its Albuquerque programs was 22,234 - a 2.04 percent decline from last spring.

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  4. UNM pleads case to keep city stadiumRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | The Daily Lobo

    UNM Athletic Director Rudy Davalos and head baseball coach Rich Alday pleaded UNM's case during a press conference Thursday to keep the Albuquerque Sports Stadium for the UNM baseball program. The press conference was held in response to a report written by Brad Winter, the Albuquerque City Council president, on the cost of renovating the sports stadium for a Triple-A baseball team.

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  5. Physicist to defend Darwin's theory todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | The Daily Lobo

    Phillip Johnson, a University of California at Berkeley law professor, will speak on campus at 2 p.m. to argue against evolution. Thomas will then be ready to counter Johnson's speech at 4 p.m. in the Kiva Lecture Hall.

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  6. Bill shows Democrats' problemRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | The Daily Lobo

    State Rep. Joe Thompson, R-Albuquerque, had a good idea for a new bill. Passage of his proposed legislation should have been a no-brainer.

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  7. Missions may face changesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | The Daily Lobo

    On a recent edition of the CBS program "Face the Nation," Stephen Goldsmith, picked by President Bush to head the new office of Faith Based and Community Initiatives, sounded the official call to arms. He said, "If you are homeless and you don't want to be mixed up with a religious organization, you should have an option.

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  8. New hurdles coach has high hopes for athletesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | The Daily Lobo

    The UNM track and field program named volunteer Doug Schneebeck, a local attorney with the Modrall-Sperling firm, hurdlers coach this week. "I'm really excited about this year," Schneebeck said.

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  9. Cairns finds new home perfect in 11-6 triumphRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | The Daily Lobo

    Playing at the Albuquerque Sports Stadium for the first time in a decade seemed to help the UNM baseball team in its 11-6 win over Southern Utah, ending a season-opening six-game losing streak. Playing at the spacious stadium helped awaken the Lobos' bats as the team recorded its first win of the season in its home opener to improve to 1-6.

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  10. Parts of N.M. in state of emergencyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | The Daily Lobo

    Richard Nunn of Hobbs was on his way to Albuquerque when he skidded off the icy road south of Vaughn. "I'm not very happy," Nunn said Tuesday after hitching a ride to Vaughn, where he waited for a wrecker to come deal with his car.

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  11. Group assails Bush orderRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | The Daily Lobo

    A global women's issues panel at the UNM Law School Tuesday raised lingering concerns about President George W. Bush's recent action on reproductive rights. The order, signed during the elder Bush's administration and suspended when Bill Clinton was elected, blocks U.S. funds for groups that provide abortions and counseling internationally.

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  12. Josh Martinez: Grad brings reforms homeRead the original story

    Monday May 4 | The Daily Lobo

    Martinez, who grew up in Chimayo, had to deal with the drug issue that Rio Arriba County is known for. Rio Arriba County has one of the highest death rates per capita due to drug overdose.

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  13. Column: Reluctant reviewer reflects on critical yearsRead the original story

    Monday May 4 | The Daily Lobo

    I've always been a theater person - actor, writer and director, when I'm lucky - but I never thought I would ever take part in one of the most mysterious and maligned occupations around. In the summer of 2010 I was in the first "Will Power! Shakespeare Festival" at the Vortex Theatre.

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  14. UNM has stadium rights regardless of voteRead the original story

    Friday May 1 | The Daily Lobo

    It seems that the UNM baseball team will play at least some of its home games at the Albuquerque Sports Stadium next year, but what's not certain is whether it will be sharing the stadium with a Triple-A baseball team. Late Monday night, the Albuquerque City Council hammered out a deal with the owners of a group of investors who want to purchase the Triple-A Calgary Cannons franchise and move it to Albuquerque.

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  15. Spring Crawl worth the moneyRead the original story

    Friday May 1 | The Daily Lobo

    The best thing about turning 21 years old in Albuquerque isn't just that you can legally enter bars, it's that, twice a year, you can pay $10 to enter all the downtown bars and hear lots of good bands when the Weekly Alibi holds its local music festival. At this year's Spring Crawl, more than 70 local bands and spoken word artists rocked Downtown, from the Sunshine Theatre to Famous Sam's.

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  16. New stadium makes fiscal sense, would benefit UNMRead the original story

    Friday May 1 | The Daily Lobo

    I feel most students need some crucial information before making a decision to vote on the stadium later this month. In addition to the many letters concerning the economic possibilities of building a new stadium, is a lack of information on how the vote would affect anyone affiliated with UNM.

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  17. Photo Issue: C'est la vieRead the original story

    Apr 5, 2015 | The Daily Lobo

    The photo desk this semester has compiled the stories of people from all walks of life. The images witnessed by our eyes and lenses and presented here serve as a celebration of life; as a means to preserve the good, the bad, the beautiful, the ugly; and as a means to keep moments captured forever in time.

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  18. Rivera's vision of building baseball stadium on targetRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 30 | The Daily Lobo

    Raymond Rivera's April 9 column, "Downtown stadium is needed," was a wonderfully insightful column on the possibilities of a downtown stadium. While not everyone likes baseball, myself included, most people in this city can appreciate what a relatively inexpensive venue such as the proposed baseball stadium could offer Albuquerque as a city.

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  19. Indigo earns acclaim with contagious soundRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 30 | The Daily Lobo

    Local singer/songwriter Rex Warren released his first CD Indigo Blue to a packed house at Brian O'Brien's Pub March 16. His band includes the talented work of guitarist Scott Blackwell, bassist and backing vocalist Larry Wells, guitarist and backing vocalist Kirk Cumming, mandolin and harmonica player and backing vocalist Jason Varley and drummer Tom Brahl. The group helped give the full sound heard on the CD and at live shows.

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  20. Alibi revelers to celebrate Spring Crawl on SaturdayRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 30 | The Daily Lobo

    Spring is here and with it comes one of Albuquerque's most spectacular musical events: the Weekly Alibi Spring Crawl. For only $10, music lovers get the chance to see and hear more than 65 of the state's most talented and popular bands at 10 venues on the Downtown strip Saturday.

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