David's Groups (7)

  • Living Green

    336 members Latest Activity: Sep 23, 2014 Living Sustainably and Green in ABQ

  • Downtown Dwellers

    126 members Latest Activity: Apr 5 Downtown is the place for livin'/ Walkin' distance, drink and eatin'/ Even though there's no grocery store,/ Give me Downtown cause the rest is a…

  • The Music Lounge

    298 members Latest Activity: Jan 25, 2014 A catch-all group for local musicians and audiophiles. Promote your acts, keep us apprised of good bands coming to town, talk about your favorite…

  • Fixers for Obama

    92 members Latest Activity: Jan 25, 2014 For DCF members supporting Barack Obama for President of the United States.

  • Albuquerque Yoga

    120 members Latest Activity: Aug 3, 2014 A place for everyone from beginners to the most advanced practitioners to discuss and share in the nuances, philosophies and lifestyle of Yoga.

  • Duke City Fixer-Upper

    193 members Latest Activity: Nov 28, 2014 Fix it up, pimp it out, or keep it from sliding into ruin. This group is for people who are working on their Duke City casas. Need tools, advice, or…

  • Art in ABQ

    536 members Latest Activity: Jan 17 Are you an artist? A gallery owner? Just really into art? Share your events, news, and ideas here.

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