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Join the Harwood for a celebration of Norteño culture and tradition with a curated selection of custom lowriders on view in the Harwood Parking Lot from 4-7 p.m. this Saturday Sept. 25. This event is free of charge, and New Mexico residents enjoy free admission to the museum all day as well.
Art can't be canceled but apparently the Paseo can.
J. Matt Thomas' tagline since COVID-19 made its appearance, has, like many other fast-held beliefs, gone by the wayside; in fact, if the pandemic has taught us anything, it's that art can be canceled, along with music, and these days, practically everything else besides.
It is that time again when the evil comes out of the woodwork. People will do just about anything to get what they want and at any cost. The time I am talking about is the work up to the mayoral election. It is time to start smearing your opponents with fabricated accusations. The ship has been sailing smoothly and actively engaged with the community, assisting the hospital and other venues with COVID necessities. Town administration is doing all they can to keep things running smoothly with limited revenue.
The Internal Revenue Service, state tax agencies and the tax industry have reminded tax professionals that their entire digital network could be at risk for remote takeover by cybercriminals. Such a takeover could lead to fraudulent tax filings and damage to their clients.