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HAUPPAUGE, N.Y., June 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- After just one month on air, the hosts of Almorzando Con Cantaso have generated industry buzz by upholding the commitment made at its premiere: featuring talented local artists.
TORONTO, March 7, 2011 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Gammon Gold Inc. ("Gammon") (TSX:GAM and NYSE:GRS): Gammon is pleased to announce that its ongoing drilling at the Guadalupe y Calvo Project in southern Chihuahua State, Mexico, continues to intercept high-grade gold-silver mineralization in the Northwest Extension of the Rosario Vein. Guadalupe y Calvo Drilling Highlights ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Highlights from the 32-hole...
By ROB DEWALT On October 22, 2004, my "Sound Waves" predecessor, Nate Gutierrez, set off a small hailstorm of letters to Pasatiempo's editor.
The New Mexican The often dry Santa Fe River will continue flowing for at least the next month, thanks to plentiful rains and the city's decision to release water from Santa Fe Canyon reservoirs.
Text of report by Brazilian news agency Agencia Brasil website ["Minister Underscores Expansion of Brazilian Economy to New Markets" - Third and last part of an interview with Brazilian Presidential Adviser Marco Aurelio Garcia by Ivanir Jose Bortort and Yara Aquino, date and place not given.] Brasilia: In this third and final part of the interview, Minister Marco Aurelio Garcia, special adviser to the President's Office on international affairs, analyses Brazil's agenda for negotiating...
By Dan Mayfield Journal Staff Writer After a day of shopping at the 2008 Santa Fe Indian Market, the organizers of the Eighth Annual Native Cinema Showcase are hoping folks will stop in and watch a side of American Indian creativity not represented on the plaza.
By Journal Staff Report Pride on the Plaza, Santa Fe's annual gay arts and culture festival, opens today and runs through June 29.
By Nicolas Misculin BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (Reuters) - Viewed from above, the gentle Salado river that runs through Argentina's fertile Pampa prairies looks harmless enough.
The Boga (Leporinus obtusidens) is a species of fish endemic to South America. It inhabits the basins of the ParanÃ¡ River and the RÃo de la Plata, the Uruguay River, and the SÃ£o Francisco River (including minor rivers and tributaries). It may be found in the main courses and streams, as well as in lakes and lagoons. It often shelters among stones and aquatic vegetation. The common name "˜Boga"˜ is often applied to other species of fish that are unrelated to this one. The Boga...
- A transitional zone between two communities containing the characteristic species of each.