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The new Subway store celebrated it’s opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony this morning. Larry Singh and his staff were accompanied by Chamber Manager Nancy Partridge, business owner LeAnne Parsons, property owner Mark Cde Baca, MainStreet Executive Director Suzette Fox and County Council Chair Kristin Henderson.



Subway is a well-recognized restaurant, easily visible from the Bradbury Science Museum and the Los Alamos Visitors Center. SUBWAY® restaurants are individually owned and are operated by independent franchisees who pride themselves on being caring and active members of their communities. Welcome to the community Larry, and congratulations!
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History On Tap is a casual, after work conversation about topics of historical interest. Bill Hudson is the History On Tap speaker on June 4. He will share his experiences as a Marine on Iwo Jima – and not just the story of the battle. He will tell stories not found in history books.

Bill just celebrated his 90th birthday, and is a longtime Los Alamos resident. He has taught and coached here and in Puerto Rico, has competed in the Senior Olympics at the national level, and at age 65 was part of a team that was part the English Channel. He was recognized as a Los Alamos Living Treasure in 2005.
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Tuesdays at the Pond, a summer entertainment series, begins its second season at 7 p.m. on June 2 at Ashley Pond stage. Marcos Cavalcante, the performer, is a Brazilian guitar player, composer, and arranger. He has a doctoral degree in classical guitar performance and literature and a master degree in music from Indiana University School of Music. Marcos’ bachelor degree is in music composition from Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Tuesdays at the Pond brings a variety of entertainment to downtown Los Alamos on Tuesday evenings from June 2 – Aug. 11, sponsored by the Los Alamos Creative District.

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Los Alamos County has made available display space inside the White Rock Visitor Center intended for local businesses to promote and showcase products and services. The Los Alamos Meeting and Visitor Bureau will manage the business display rotation schedule. This is a pilot program and may be subject to change. Full details here: http://ht.ly/K9NFG

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