Author: K Wentworth

Rob Schwartz will speak to Albuquerque Press Women

Albuquerque Press Women will host Rob Schwartz for our regular monthly meeting on June 10 at 11:30 a.m. at Mimi’s Cafe (4315 The 25 Way NE). Rob Schwartz is the Weihofen Professor Emeritus at the UNM School of Law, where…

Sophie Martin will speak to APW and Friends in May

Executive Director of the New Mexico Board of Bar Examiners and Albuquerque attorney Sophie Martin will speak to Albuquerque press Women and Friends on Monday, May 13 at Mimi’s Cafe (4316 The 25 Way) at 11:30 a.m. Martin will discuss…

Press Women and Friends Learn About Immigration Law

Representatives from the New Mexico Immigrant Law Center will speak to Albuquerque Press Women and Friends at their regular meeting on Monday, March 11 at Mimi’s Cafe (4316 The 25 Way). We gather at 11:30 a.m. and the speakers begin…

Albuquerque Press Women to Hear Story of Crossroads for Women

Dalilah Naranjo

Delilah Naranjo, Community Engagement Coordinator, and Clarissa Earl, Communications Specialist from Crossroads for Women will speak to Albuquerque Press Women and Friends on Monday, February 11 at 11:30 a.m. at Mimi’s Restaurant (4316 @The Albuquerque Way.) Crossroads for Women is…

Press Women and Friends to Hear from U.S. Marshall

Sonya Chavez, the U.S. Marshall for New Mexico will speak to Albuquerque Press Women and Friends at their regular meeting on Monday, January 14 at 11:30 a.m. at Mimi’s Restaurant (4316 The 25 Way). Chavez is the first female to…

Press Women and Friends Look Ahead to Legislative Session

Albuquerque Press Women and Friends are getting ready for the 2019  session of the New Mexico Legislature with an inside look from state senators Mark Moores and Jerry Ortiz y Pino at 11:30 a.m. on December 10. The group meets…

Come Hear the Story of the Women on NM Roadside Markers

Albuquerque Press Women and Friends will be taking a welcome break from politics in November by hearing from Rosanne Roberts Archuletta, author of Women Marked for History. That’s a wonderful history of the women whose accomplishments became part of the…

How Has the Weekly Alibi Become an Albuquerque Fixture?

It’s been a fixture in Albuquerque forever. Other free papers have come and gone, but the Weekly Alibi persists. What is the secret to keeping a free local community paper going in the turmoil of the digital age? Albuquerque Press…