It seems appropriate today, a day usually represented by kitschy images of Indians with feathers and Pilgrims with black hats, to think about the actual Indigenous people of this area and their history with the city of…Continue
From the executive office of Miguel A. Otero, governor of the Territory of New Mexico, proclaiming that the President of the United States has made Thursday, the twenty-fourth day of November, A.D. 1898, a special day of thanksgiving.…Continue
"Bush League Boys: The Postwar Legends of Baseball in the American Southwest,” is just out and on bookshelves. It was written by Toby Smith, a longtime Albuquerque Journal sports writer highly admired by his fellow journalists and often touted as one of the best sports writers in Albuquerque sports history.…Continue
As we prepare for our Thanksgiving celebration all across the city, we’d lke to take a moment to say Thank You to our wonderful Duke City Fix community. We really appreciate the engagement, comments, and stories on this site.
If you haven’t already read it, Bruce Welton wrote a …Continue
Albuquerque has a huge candy warehouse hidden in the warehouses West of Calvary Church on Jefferson.Its a local company and they recently opened their doors to the public. They pretty much only rely on word of mouth but hey have cool items you…Continue
So today I get a notice from PNM telling me I am using 81% more energy than my apparently green neighbors. I go next door to see if my neighbor uses 81% less than I do. Actually they use more. I then proceed to go to…Continue
Today I had a terrible craving for onion rings and the closest place to get them in a short amount of time was Lotaburger. Their onion rings are of the frozen variety and while satisfying my craving, I really prefer something with more zing. Any…Continue