Cave-digging artist finds inspiration underground
For the past 25 years, Ra Paulette has been carving out man-made caves from the sandstone hills of New Mexico, and then sculpting these spaces into works of art he calls wilderness shrines. Lee Cowan has the story of an artist who does his best work underground.
NMPBS ¡COLORES!: Audubon New Mexico Christmas Bird Count
CHRISTMAS BIRD COUNT
Audubon New Mexico’s Christmas Bird Count is part of a century-old tradition where bird-loving volunteers provide critical data about bird populations in the Americans.
“Birds indicate the health of a system so, the diversity of birds you see in a place could tell you how healthy that ecosystem is.”
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Are All Human Remains Equal? The Protection of Native American Burial Rights
Utilizing a brief narrative compiling three years of research in the field of burial ground protection, specifically on the Townsend I & II Sites located in Lewes, Delaware, I examine the intricacies of local, state and national legislation and the role of local Indigenous as well as Non-Indigenous descendants pertaining to the protection Indigenous Human Remains. Comparing Marked Remains versus Unmarked Remains and Indigenous Remains versus Non-Indigenous Remains (i.e. African American Burial Grounds located in New York City) proves critical to this discussion on the equality of protection of burial grounds and sacred sites which also contain significant archaeological materials.
NMPBS ¡COLORES!: Godfrey Reggio
This week, COLORES! presents a special evening with one of New Mexico’s most renowned filmmakers, Godfrey Reggio, Friday, April 10 at 9:00 pm on Ch.5.1. This evening begins with a new, full-length, in-depth interview with Reggio, the creator of the internationally acclaimed film KOYAANIQATSI. Immediately following the interview, New Mexico PBS will broadcast Reggio’s ground-breaking and visionary feature film, KOYAANIQATSI, in its entirety, beginning at 9:30 pm.
In this COLORES! interview, Reggio shares his vision for the making of this film, and his provocative philosophy behind his legendary Qatsi Trilogy. “We live in a world more real than true, so I wanted to make an effort to make a film more true than real,” says Reggio.
KOYAANISQATSI draws upon Hopi Prophecy. “Qatsi” is a Hopi word that means life and “Koyaanis” means crazy, or out of balance. The film contains a profound prophetic message about how we live on earth…a message that is as relevant today, as when the film debuted in 1983.
Reggio has created a different kind of film, submerging the audience in a cinematic experience. With no actors, no storyline, or dialogue, Reggio relies primarily on slow motion and time-lapse photography accompanied by a dynamic score by Philip Glass.
“All of my films are predicated on seeing, in a new way, the world in which we live, which for me is hidden in plain sight,” continues Reggio. “We’re blinded. We are not seeing the world we live in. Art can help us re-see that world.”
Speed limits in the United States by jurisdiction | Wikipedia audio article
This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article:
00:00:41 1 Alabama
00:01:54 2 Alaska
00:04:29 3 American Samoa
00:05:00 4 Arizona
00:08:38 5 Arkansas
00:12:36 6 California
00:12:45 6.1 Basic speed law
00:17:44 6.2 Speed limits
00:19:42 7 Colorado
00:21:01 7.1 Night speed limits
00:21:32 8 Connecticut
00:25:02 9 Delaware
00:28:28 10 Florida
00:32:15 11 Georgia
00:37:01 12 Guam
00:37:30 13 Hawaii
00:39:24 14 Idaho
00:41:45 15 Illinois
00:44:49 16 Indiana
00:46:39 17 Iowa
00:48:08 18 Kansas
00:50:10 19 Kentucky
00:51:38 20 Louisiana
00:53:43 20.1 Other laws
00:54:46 21 Maine
00:56:34 22 Maryland
00:59:23 23 Massachusetts
01:02:25 24 Michigan
01:08:51 25 Midway Atoll
01:09:08 26 Minnesota
01:11:00 27 Mississippi
01:14:08 28 Missouri
01:16:01 28.1 Variable speed limits
01:17:18 28.2 Exceptions to the statutory limits
01:23:00 29 Montana
01:23:29 29.1 Reasonable and prudent
01:25:12 29.2 No speed limit
01:27:44 29.3 75 and 80 mph speed limits
01:29:39 30 Nebraska
01:30:48 31 Nevada
01:35:17 32 New Hampshire
01:38:02 33 New Jersey
01:41:46 34 New Mexico
01:52:40 35 New York
01:57:50 35.1 History
01:59:48 36 North Carolina
02:07:01 36.1 60 mph speed limits
02:11:36 37 North Dakota
02:13:18 38 Northern Mariana Islands
02:13:37 39 Ohio
02:16:39 40 Oklahoma
02:17:56 41 Oregon
02:19:19 41.1 Engineering studies
02:21:42 41.2 Attempts to raise speed limits
02:24:07 41.3 School speed limits
02:25:56 42 Pennsylvania
02:35:24 43 Puerto Rico
02:36:55 44 Rhode Island
02:38:29 45 South Carolina
02:42:09 46 South Dakota
02:43:33 47 Tennessee
02:48:09 48 Texas
02:49:37 48.1 Truck speed limits
02:51:10 48.2 Night speed limits
02:51:54 48.3 Environmental speed limits
02:55:19 48.4 Elimination of Dallas-Fort Worth region environmental speed limits
02:56:44 48.5 75 mph limits
02:58:22 48.6 80 and 85 mph limits
03:01:58 49 US Virgin Islands
03:03:00 50 Utah
03:05:06 50.1 80 mph speed limit
03:08:02 51 Vermont
03:09:31 52 Virginia
03:15:52 53 Wake Island
03:16:09 54 Washington
03:18:56 55 West Virginia
03:21:04 56 Wisconsin
03:24:20 57 Wyoming
03:26:11 58 See also
Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago.
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Speed limits in the United States vary depending on jurisdiction, with 75 to 80 mph (120 to 130 km/h) common in the Western United States and 65 to 75 mph (100 to 120 km/h) common in the Eastern United States. States may also set special speed limits for trucks and night travel along with minimum speed limits. The highest speed limit in the country is 85 mph (140 km/h), which is posted on a single stretch of tollway in rural Texas.
WTAMU Fall Commencement 2018 - 2:00pm
WTAMU Fall Commencement 2018 for the Paul and Virginia Engler College of Business, the Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts
and Humanities, and the College of Nursing and Health Sciences
WATCH LIVE: CBC Vancouver News at 6 for June 7 — Paramedic Issue, Dog Attack, Sunrise Controversy
Watch CBC Vancouver News at 6 with hosts Anita Bathe and Mike Killeen for the latest on the most important news stories happening across B.C. They're joined by meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe who brings you the most up to date weather forecasts and added expertise on what's trending in the world of science.
The Bicol Region (Filipino: Kabikulan; Spanish: Bicolandia) is one of the 17 Regions of the Philippines, designated as Region V. Bicol (also spelled Bikol) is comprised of four provinces in the Bicol Peninsula: the southeastern end of Luzon island, and two island-provinces adjacent to the peninsula, namely: Albay, Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, Catanduanes, Masbate and Sorsogon. The regional capital, political/administrative center, center of transportation and largest city is Legazpi City
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