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Longtime New Mexico homeless advocate Jeremy Reynalds dies

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Jeremy Reynalds, a longtime advocate for the homeless in New Mexico and who founded the state’s largest emergency shelter, has died. Joy Junction, the shelter Reynalds founded more ... read more

Advocate: Albuquerque not helping with homeless Thanksgiving

ALBUQUERQUE — A homeless advocate claims the city of Albuquerque has pulled out as a sponsor for his group’s annual pre-Thanksgiving Dinner over criticism of Mayor Richard Berry. Joy Junction founder ... read more

Matt Bomer bought out hometown theater for people to see Love, Simon

Meanwhile, Neil Patrick Harris, 44, and his husband David Burtka, 42, bought out NPH's hometown theater in Albuquerque, New Mexico. 'So my husband David and I enjoyed Love, Simon so much, we wanted to ... read more

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Kutztown U. plans moment of silence for lives lost in Vegas

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TV listings: Here are the feature and TV films airing the week of September 16 - 22, 2018

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Finding time to be Kate

She had been expecting to look after her children Mia and Joe while husband Sam Mendes shot the war movie Jarhead in New Mexico and Los Angeles. "I've been moving us from England to New York and from ... read more

Call of duty: One woman's campaign to help military, veterans

Julianne Sanford has never served overseas, but she is a tireless advocate for soldiers and veterans in East ... With the help of a large network of volunteers, she has given homeless veterans a place ... read more

Acceptable Bigotry and Scapegoating of Russia

The first time I realized how low things would likely get was when Ruth Marcus, deputy editor of the Washington Post, sent out the following tweet in March of 2017, squealing with delight at the thoug... read more

A fundamentalist Christian military? Follow procedure!

Wait 'til you hear this! So many of you were fired up about yesterday after I blogged about Army Specialist Jeremy Hall, an atheist soldier who is suing, among others, the Department of Defense and De... read more

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