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Greece enters uncharted territory after ‘no’ vote

Thousands of jubilant government supporters celebrated in Syntagma Square in front of Parliament, waving Greek flags and chanting “No, no, no!”

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Lloyd comes up big as U.S. defeats Japan 5-2, captures World Cup title

Carli Lloyd scored a hat trick as the U.S. burst to a four-goal lead in the first 16 minutes, and the Americans overwhelmed defending champion Japan 5-2 Sunday for their record third championship and first since 1999.

Brewers, winemakers toast new law

Several new laws passed by the Legislature this year benefiting craft beer makers signal of the state’s acceptance of the booming industry as an economic driver.

Sunday Spotlight: New Deal enthusiast documents art, struggle, progress

Kathryn Flynn loves the work because she is among a devoted group of New Deal fans who believe the contributions from the many programs that put people back to work during the Great Depression left a legacy that Americans shouldn’t forget.

Happy Trails: Plenty of fun, torture at Glorieta Camps trialthon

New Mexico’s XTERRA Tri the Torture triathlon — a three-part race featuring swimming, mountain biking and running — takes place Aug. 8 at Glorieta Camps just outside of Santa Fe, a complex surrounded by the Pecos Wilderness and National Forest. Glorieta Camps has lodging, dining and camping.

The Internet of infants

The merger of the Internet of Things with baby gear — or the Internet of Babies — is not a positive development. The mindset of a first-time parent can be summed up as: terror.

Celebrations, July 5, 2015

On May 30, Bianca Luz DiPalma and Michael Jay Woo became husband and wife at a unique ceremony officiated by James Slattery at El Rancho de las Golondrinas, ancestral home of Bianca’s maternal family.

Authentically Designed: Georgia on our minds

Georgia O’Keeffe is inarguably an icon, and in no place more so than Northern New Mexico, her beloved sanctuary from which she created, drew inspiration and embodied all that we attribute to her. Her paintings and spirit surround us. Many of us fortunate enough to be so close to her immediate sphere of influence see and feel her in our lives, in our approach to attire, interiors and lifestyle.

Kaboom! and the history of fireworks

The annual celebration of our country’s independence is upon us, and that means one thing: fireworks! Since their debut in ancient China, fireworks have been used in many celebrations to light up the sky.

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