In August of 1846 General Stephen Kearney stood on the roof of a low adobe structure on the plaza of Las Vegas, NM. He looked down at the assembled crowd. “We come amongst you as friends--not enemies,” he read, and claimed the area for the United States. That low adobe building still stands, and Kearney’s whole fascinating proclamation is immortalized on a nearby plaque in the plaza.
In fact, much of historical Las Vegas still stands. It has more structures on the various historical registries than any other town in the state--over 900.
Las Vegas, like Albuquerque, was built with two…
Reading Mark Hinton's post and other stories about Mayor R.J. Berry's plan to "develop" the bosque and make big bucks in the process, I couldn't help but notice that five of the mayor's six reasons for transforming the bosque into a poor man's…Continue
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The Question:How many gas stations do you really need in such an area? Apparently there is a need for 1 more....The newest and approved location for a gas station is at the corner of…Continue
In my newest article on UrbanABQ.com I write about Central Avenue: The Necessity of a Strong Vision,…Continue
Started by Dan M in General Discussion on Friday.