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Eggs have been important to humans since we started hunting and gathering. They were a main food staple for early people and they symbolize life, fertility, and rebirth in many cultures to this day. For those like me who grew up in the Southwest, spring celebrations always meant cracking cascarones (confetti eggs) on the heads of friends and family, leaving behind an explosion of color. Many other unique egg decorating traditions have originated all over the world. From Germany and … Read More
Getting to Ski Santa Fe for a day of fun can be stress free if you remember to do one important thing: make a reservation to ride the Blue Bus! This very handy bus service offers tourists and locals alike transportation in a loop starting at the South Capitol Rail Runner Station, through downtown with stops at several hotels, then heads for the hills, dropping hikers and cyclists off at trailheads in warmer seasons or those with a spa day … Read More
Thinking about a new career? What about education? Northern New Mexico College’s Department of Teacher Education has received funding for three education scholarships for the 2021-22 academic year, and is offering free live Zoom info sessions on Wednesday, July 14, 21, 28, and August 4, to reach aspiring teachers. Register here. More than $180K was awarded in education scholarships last year to over 70 students, and retention rates approach 100 percent for scholarship recipients. This year there are also job … Read More