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Morning Fix: Daylight-Hallow-Muertos-Savings

Posted by Sophie on October 31, 2014 at 7:00am 0 Comments

  • Legal powerhouse Mo Sanders cuts ties with UNM over University's perceived endorsement of Governor Martinez.
  • DUI case dismissed…

ABQ Pics: Pumpkin Buns

Posted by Dee Cohen on October 31, 2014 at 5:22am 0 Comments

Thrifty ABQ

Posted by Spring Griffin on October 30, 2014 at 10:30am 13 Comments

Detail of Photo by flickr user C x 2

I spend a good amount of time at thrift stores. Sometimes I have an art project that propels me to look for materials. Sometimes I want to find a gem of a piece of clothing and I’m willing to spend a while sorting through…


Morning Fix: Indiana Dumbass

Posted by Sophie on October 30, 2014 at 7:00am 1 Comment


NM Pics: Skull Boots

Posted by Dee Cohen on October 30, 2014 at 5:11am 2 Comments


Posted by Adelita on October 29, 2014 at 8:00pm 0 Comments

Have had this song stuck in my head all day.  Dave Alvin does a bang up job on this Chris Gaffney song. …


New Mexico Sports Hall Of Fame Is Booming, But Can A Right Guard Make The Grade?

Posted by Adelita on October 29, 2014 at 10:30am 4 Comments

(Posted on behalf of Ben Moffett)

The New Mexico Sports Hall of Fame, originally (in 1973)  called the Albuquerque Sports Hall of…


Morning Fix: Breaking CSI

Posted by Sophie on October 29, 2014 at 7:00am 5 Comments


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I revealed my thrift store secrets on The Morning Brew with Larry Ahrens!!

Hi everyone!Did you know that our local thrift stores here in Albuquerque, NM are full of high-end boutique fashion? I do!Check out my segment on The Morning Brew:Darlene Fadem…Continue

Tags: fashion, thrifting

Started by Darlene Fadem in Announcements 11 hours ago.

Help! Proposed Land Swap to Take Our Green Space 9 Replies

County Commissioner Maggie Hart-Stebbins has arranged a neighborhood meeting for those of us living in the area to discuss the proposed land swap presented by Councilman Garduno. Under the proposed agreement Albuquerque Public Schools would allow…Continue

Started by Chris in General Discussion. Last reply by Chris yesterday.

APS teacher is a guest on the Meredith Vieira show today! 2 Replies

Did anyone watch the Meredith Vieira show today?  An APS teacher (Mr. Callahan) was interviewed on the show to tell his story about he started the backpack program here in ABQ to help out the ongoing problem of childhood hunger here in ABQ.  I…Continue

Tags: Meredith, Vieira, teacher, hunger, kids

Started by AriesSweet in General Discussion. Last reply by AriesSweet on Monday.

Transit. Why or why not? 18 Replies

I am just curious how many people here ride the bus and how many people don't. If you do, what do you like about it? What don't you like?If you don't ride? Why not?Also, what do you think about the city's new plan for the future of transit in…Continue

Tags: transit, Bus

Started by Granjero in General Discussion. Last reply by shotsie on Saturday.

Some positive news regarding Mile-Hi District/San Pedro Project 4 Replies

Here's some exciting and positive news about the Mile-Hi District.  I think this street has not reached it's potential.  Ideally located and narrow in nature, I think it's ripe to become a real haven for eclectic, local businesses to make a true…Continue

Started by Patrick in General Discussion. Last reply by Phil_0 Oct 21.

Acting Classes 4 Replies

Hi.I would like to take a beginning acting class here in ABQ this fall. I'm a total neophyte, doing it primarily for fun. Does anyone have any suggestions for studios or other places here that offer such classes?Thanks.Continue

Tags: acting

Started by Carolyn Kuehn in General Discussion. Last reply by K Oct 20.

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