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New Year’s Resolutions

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It’s hard to believe that another year has come and gone. With a new year, comes New Year’s resolutions, that sometimes long list of goals that we’d like to accomplish in the new year.

Goals may come in the form of verbal lists, written lists – or simply mental notes. When thinking about New Year’s resolutions...

Madame G guide to the stars WEEK OF JAN. 13

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Are you stuck in a funk? Maybe you’re feeling paranoid and superstitious. Whatever the case, consider the company you keep. Jim Rohn said, “you are the average of the five people you spend time with.” On this Friday 13, look deep in your heart. Madame G suggests you challenge yourself and expect more. It’s never too late to live the life you’ve always wanted.

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Remove that stick up your butt. This discomfort is of your own making. Jen Sincero points out in her work, You are a Badass, that it’s not your fault you’re messed up, but it is your fault if you stay that way. You’re more than DNA. You’re more than circumstances. You can take up the...

Details can be weighty when renting commercial space

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Renting a commercial space is a move many entrepreneurs postpone as long as they can, because it’s one of the biggest expenses and most consequential commitments a startup or young company faces.

A commercial lease binds landlord and tenant to a variety of promises. A well-executed lease can benefit both parties, but a hasty, vague arrangement can break an embryonic enterprise.

COMMERCIAL V. RESIDENTIAL LEASES

When someone rents an apartment or home, consumer protection laws dictate many terms of the landlord-tenant contract. Not so with commercial leases, which have few of the privacy protections and other regulations afforded residential rentals.

A renter rarely performs a...

Immigrant Youth and Allies To March On National Day of Action

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ALBUQUERQUE – Immigrant youth from all across the state, together with hundreds of community members, people of faith and labor advocates, will rally and march beginning at the corner of MLK Jr. Ave. and University Blvd. on a national day of action to prevent deportations by preserving the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program which currently protects three quarters of a million young immigrants and provides stability for their families, and winning local policy changes at the state and city level as well as creating sanctuary spaces in churches and schools to protect immigrants and refugees.

In nearly 50 cities across the country, immigrants and people of conscience of...

Dear members of the Plateau Sciences Society

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A happy New Year to all our members, and as we enter 2017, hopefully everyone is in good health and full of energy. Our December meeting/Christmas party was well attended and we had more than enough to eat. Special recognition was paid to long-time member Martha Zollinger, who, at 94, was just as spry as ever!

Our January meeting is scheduled for Sunday, January 15, at the Red Mesa Center, 105 W. Hill Street. The program will start at 2:30 p.m. and will take on a different format this month. We have scheduled a round table discussion focusing on our commitment to engage in the preservation of old Fort Wingate. All the members who took photos of the old buildings last October are...

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