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Becky Christmas

American Gold Star Mothers

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November 20, 2017

Providing services to vets and their families Becky Christmas, a Wagon Mound, N.M. woman, has been actively involved in American Gold Star Mothers Inc., for many years. Following the death of her son, Capt. Todd Tyler Christmas who died while serving in the military, she wanted to affiliate with an organization in which she could… Read More ›

Ronald Maltais

Castañeda Concert Series returns:

Men’s acapella group to launch its second season On Nov. 17, Castañeda Concert Series artistic director Ronald Maltais is bringing de Profundis, a men’s acapella group to Las Vegas to open its second season. The performance will be at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church beginning at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 per person. Maltais, a pianist… Read More ›

Artists provide support for critical animal welfare organization

Since 2013, Animal Welfare Coalition has contracted with the City of Las Vegas and the County of San Miguel to run the pet center in Las Vegas at 1680 Grand Ave. Animal control officers and citizens bring stray animals into the shelter. Many are malnourished, sick, or injured. Few have licenses, proof of rabies vaccinations,… Read More ›

Getting fired up for E. Romero

A Partners in Preservation project What if one act performed once a day for 30 days by you could result in bringing preservation dollars to Las Vegas? Would you do it? If the answer is YES, mark your calendar and get ready to log in every day to Vote Your Mainstreet. With enough participation and… Read More ›

Michael Lucarelli

A happy happenstance

Michael Lucarelli, a musician par excellence I hope Michael doesn’t mind me sharing this story before you get into reading his Q&A. He is first and foremost an artist worth listening to. Sharing his story is an honor. This began with an query from Michael that indicated he’d gotten the One Roof Publishing Q&A link… Read More ›

Ghost in the house

Is there a ghost in the house?

Find out at the CCHP Places with a Past Tour Aug. 5 The Las Vegas Citizens Committee for Historic Preservation Places with a Past Historic Homes and Buildings Tour returns on Aug. 5, with haunting recall of lore and legend about ghosts flitting here and there. Visit Montezuma Castle (United World College), the Plaza Hotel,… Read More ›

At the Castaneda

Q&A With Tour Guide Kathy Hendrickson

More than a tour; it’s an experience If you are looking for someone to lead a tour of Las Vegas, N.M., you couldn’t find a better person for the job than Kathy Hendrickson of Southwest Detours. Her enthusiasm combined with copious amounts of research give clients what they’re looking for, an entertaining experience full of… Read More ›

Jack Glatzer, Violinist

Q&A with Jack Glatzer

Master Violinist Jack Glatzer Featured Artist in Kennedy Hall Recital April 5 Dallas-born master violinist Jack Glatzer will share his love of music in a recital on Wednesday, April 5, at 7:30 p.m. in Kennedy Hall at New Mexico Highlands University. Tickets are $15 per person. The event is sponsored by the Las Vegas Arts… Read More ›

Q&A: Ronald Maltais, artistic director of the Castañeda Concert Series

and Emmy Grimm, co-founder of EmiArteFlamenco The Feb. 18 EmiArteFlamenco event will feature singers Eva Encinias and Joaquin Encinias, guitarists icardo Anglada and Mario Febres, and dancers Elena Osuna, Nevarez Encinias and La Emi. The group will also offer two free Flamenco workshops in the Plaza Hotel Ballroom at noon for children ages six through thirteen… Read More ›

Welcome

One Roof Publishing Digest

I’m changing my website look with the idea of making it more user friendly. Not sure I succeeded. I liked the old theme that popped up with a nice display of ten recent posts with a photo. The new theme may do that, but if so, I haven’t figured it out yet. Please let me… Read More ›

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