LE BON MARCHE BOUTIQUE COMES TO THE RAILYARD.A new French lifestyle boutique, Le Bon Marche, has opened in the Santa Fe Railyard.
"We specialize in fabrics woven in the Catalan and Basque regions in the French Pyrenees," said Amy Parish, owner of the business, in an email. "We turn the happy, brightly striped canvas into modern bags, shoes, table linens and accessories."
Parish said that Le Bon Marche is especially pleased to offer espadrilles Espadrilles are casual flat sandals originating from the Pyrenees. They usually have a canvas or cotton fabric upper and a flexible sole made of rope or rubber material molded to look like rope. handmade in the Basque region. "We have lots of color and pattern choices, and we think your readers will really appreciate the quality, the style, the uniqueness and more."
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Because increasing numbers of people have turned to a gluten-free diet gluten-free diet A diet sans gluten–wheat, rye, oats, barley, beans, cabbage, cucumbers, dried peas, plums, prunes, turnips, as well as beer (DUDE!!!), instant coffee, malted milk, Postum Allowed grains Corn, rice, GF wheat, dairy products, seafoods, poultry; for health reasons, The Teahouse is now offering a mostly gluten-free menu, with artisan bread, pastries, muffins, scones and cakes -- all gluten-free -- supplied by Revolution Bakery.
The Teahouse is at 821 Canyon Road and Revolution Bakery is at 1291 San Felipe Ave. For more information, call 992-0972 or visit www.tea
housesantafe.com and www.revolutionbakery.com.
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The city of Santa Fe's Environmental Services Division is hosting a family-friendly Community Recycling Event from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday,
June 26, in the Peralta and Lamy rooms at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center.
The purpose is to increase awareness and participation in the city's recycling programs. Information about recycling and the various programs the city has for both residential and commercial recycling will be provided.
In addition, the city is seeking members of the public to participate in a recycling advisory group to help develop ideas to increase the city's recycling rate. For more information, call 955-2200.
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New Mexico has received poor grades for manufacturing and logistics from a June-to-June report from Ball State University.
Manufacturing nationally enjoyed a robust 12 months as growth in many sectors accelerated from the already strong manufacturing recovery of 2010-11. But the impact varied from state to state.
The 2012 Manufacturing and Logistics Report Card, an in-depth analysis from Ball State's Center for Business and Economic Research, grades all 50 states on how they handled those factors. Read more: bsu.edu/cber/publications.
New Mexico's grades:
Human Capital: F
Worker Benefit Costs: B
Tax Climate: C
Expected Liability Gap: D
Global Reach: F
Sector Diversification Sector diversification
Constituting of a portfolio of stocks of companies in each major industry group. : D
Productivity and Innovation: C+
One that uses a CB radio. director Michael Hicks said that while manufacturing roared back in many states in the last year, he anticipates a slowdown as worker productivity gains outstrip out·strip
tr.v. out·stripped, out·strip·ping, out·strips
1. To leave behind; outrun.
2. To exceed or surpass: "Material development outstripped human development" demand.
The Small Business Development
Center at Santa Fe Community College:
July 10 -- Information Session for CRS CRS Course
CRS Certified Residential Specialist (real estate certification)
CRS Central Reservation System
CRS Can't Remember Stuff (polite form)
CRS Cost Reduction Strategy
CRS Consumer Relations Specialist
Taxpayers. July 11 "Steps to Starting
a Small Business. July 26 -- 2012 IRS An abbreviation for the Internal Revenue Service, a federal agency charged with the responsibility of administering and enforcing internal revenue laws.
Regional Tax Practitioner Meeting. July 27
-- Steps to Starting a Small Business.
Aug. 8 -- Steps to Starting a Small
Business. Aug. 11 -- Information Session
for CRS Taxapyers. Aug. 14 -- Information
Session for CRS Taxpayers. Aug. 21
-- Compliance Employment Regulation.
For more information, call 428-1343 or visit
The Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce:
June 28 - Business After Hours, 5:30 to7:30 p.m., at Prescott Studio, 1127 Siler
Park Lane. The chamber can be contacted