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The New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) announces that as of May 16, 2021, the state’s eight museums and seven of its historic sites have reopened, allowing visitors to explore and learn more about the state’s rich heritage in person. View new exhibitions and revisit popular permanent collections at DCA’s museums and explore interpretive exhibits at our historic site’s visitor centers. For more information, including days and hours of operation at individual institutions, visit newmexicoculture.org. You can now visit: Coronado Historic Site … Read More
The return of spring brings annual rites and traditions, including the celebration of Easter this coming Sunday. Officially a religious holiday, Easter is also celebrated around the world to mark the return of spring, with traditional foods that honor the season. One of the most common Easter foods is the hot cross bun, a spiced sweet bun with currants or raisins marked with icing crosses on top. Some believe the buns date back to ancient Anglo-Saxons who baked small wheat … Read More
The State of New Mexico has announced paid summer internships for students, youths and young adults to find employment, acquire experience relevant to their field of study, and make a living wage. From Engineering to Public Relations, the internship openings pay from $12.72 to $20.10, based on education level of the intern. The internships will span the summer months and conclude when the student returns to school. There are currently more than a dozen internship openings listed on the State … Read More