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September is the peak of the harvest season in New Mexico, and fresh fruits and veggies can be found at farmers’ markets throughout the fall. Some of the most colorful and aromatic goods can be found long after the days start getting short and cold. Here are some of the most popular markets in the state.
“This is my scene,” said Caroline Que, Editorial Director for the News Desk at the New York Times. “I’m grateful to have found something pretty early in my adult life that is interesting to me and is different every day and keeps me engaged at a place where my skills and core values are easily applied.”
Que started her career as a journalist in her sophomore year of college, working as an editor at her college newspaper, the Davidsonian.
Kicking off National Pollinator Week and the beginning of the summer solstice, the Open Space Visitor Center hosted the Burque Bee City and Pollination Celebration on Sunday.
Cities across the globe are celebrating National Pollinator Week by teaching the public about the benefits of pollinators – and why we can not live without them.
“Our Glass Figures,” a show produced by the Mud&Wine theater collective, explores intersectionality, rape culture, empowerment, and the struggles and nuances of womanhood in contemporary America.