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Greetings, y'all. I am so obsessed with Breaking Bad that I decided to write a haiku for each episode of this and the next mini-season. I figured I'd share them with others who might be similarly…Continue

Started by Samantha Anne Carrillo. Last reply by Donald E. George Aug 22, 2012.

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Comment by Chad on September 26, 2012 at 8:20am

Aaron Paul Wins Best Supporting Actor In A Drama Emmy For 'Breaking Bad'

Comment by Jeff Hartzer on March 29, 2012 at 5:36pm

BE AN EXTRA for Br Ba; or not; but you can check out WHITE TURTLE CASTING dot com if you are interested.

Comment by Josie Ford on March 29, 2012 at 3:32pm

The filming of the new Breaking Bad season will beginn next week.

Comment by Albuquerque Film Festival on June 2, 2011 at 12:11am


The Albuquerque Film Festival Summer Kick-off Event Screening of: THE COOL SCHOOL

Followed by Q & A with world-famous artists
Larry Bell (featured in the film) and Terry Allen
Special Guest: Dean Stockwell (who also appears in the film commenting on the art scene with AFF founding father Dennis Hopper).

Tuesday, June 7th
7pm - 10pm
Kimo Theater
423 Central Avenue Northwest
Albuquerque, NM
This is a fundraiser for Film 4 Change and the Albuquerque Film Festival.
It is open to the public with a suggested $10 donation at the door.
This is a Savor Albuquerque Featured Event.

For more info & to watch the trailer:
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See you there!
Comment by Donald E. George on March 28, 2011 at 2:58pm
Chicken Little was right. My cable provider has dropped AMC because they didn't like the newest pricing. Which means they wanted it for free. I grew up in Albuquerque and have been watching BB since the first episode. It didn't take me long to figure out that this was made in Albuquerque. In the Gertrude Sachary Jewelry scene, the building directly west on the southwest corner is the 1940/50 Ford Agency. And there was a firestation across the street and a block west. I was hoping that a large piece of the mid-air collision would fall in the middle of that butt-ugly Aztec. Putting that spare tire on was brilliant. I had guessed that Walt's home was east of Eubank and north of Menaul. What are the chances that a home in that area would have a crawl space? I have been following Duke City Fix for about a year but just found this site. I hope that my cable provider can work out a deal with AMC, but Bill Calahan and Steve Peterson won't be back in Lincoln and I don't expect to see BB this season although some retiring farmer flush with the sale of $5.00 corn might take a liking to my home and then I could return to where I grew up. I thought New Mexico was a backward state when I was growing up but having lived in Nebraska the last eleven years---well,just let it go DG.
Comment by Josie Ford on January 26, 2011 at 11:55am
They are setting up Saul Goodman's law office in the stip mall at Eubank and Montgommery N.E.
Comment by Jeff Hartzer on January 13, 2011 at 5:41pm
Break a leg and Merde to cast and crew...A New Season of Shoots begins  today in Nob Hill...
Comment by Jeff Hartzer on January 3, 2011 at 11:47am
In case you missed it, Br Ba was recently named #1 Entertainment Weekly Magazine TV show for 2010.
Comment by Debra Landau on August 6, 2010 at 9:06pm
Did anybody else catch Santiago Carrillo's op-ed in today's Albuquerque Journal about how off the Burque mark Breaking Bad is? Sr. Carrillo doesn't take issue with the show's highlighting our fair city as meth central, but rather that it does not accurately portray how loving and racially harmonious the Duke City is and that for him the show conveys the look, feel, and talk of LA. He particularly objects to the use of the word "beaner" and states that no Albuquerque law enforcement officer or even anybody "Duke City born and bred would ever be capable of such degrading behavior." Admittedly, I've seldom heard one of our citizens use that particular word in the last 25 years I've lived here, but I've certainly heard quite a few less than racially sensitive terms here over the last quarter century. He calls on the producers, writers, and casting directors to incorporate more local talent, apparently unaware that BB employs a fair amount of local talent. (On a side note: Does Bryan Cranston qualify as "local talent" now that he has purchased a residence here?)
Comment by Debra Landau on July 9, 2010 at 10:37am
Kudos to BB's 6, count 'em 6, Emmy nominations, including one for Best Drama Series, another one for Bryan Cranston (of course), and one for Aaron Paul, his second nomination.

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