I’m talking about the Lead/Coal/Zuni corridor. Reducing traffic lanes from three to two in each direction and adding…Continue
NOB HILL—A couple months ago, my wife and I bought a small travel trailer. Though new, its style harkens back to the days of the so-called “canned ham” trailers. It was an impulse buy to be sure. What one thinks about when signing the check is a dreamscape of soft breezes, quiet woodland settings, mountain…Continue
CENTRAL AVE. & EUBANK—One of the more distinctive things about Albuquerque is that everybody has an idea of what the city needs in order to make it a better place. We don’t want somebody else planning our part of town, we want to do it. If you don’t believe it, just look at the number of anti-A.R.T. signs up…Continue
NOB HILL—It’s spring. And while the rest of the U.S. is, in the words of the late poet e. e. cummings “mud-luscious” and “puddle-wonderful,” we here in Albuquerque get ready for our usual hot and dry summer.
“Mud-luscious” my ass! It was 98° yesterday. Stick that in your “puddle-wonderful.” It’s…
Albuquerque’s Central Avenue, otherwise famous as Route 66, has been in the news almost daily this spring as people argue whether a new rapid transit configuration pays adequate attention to the history of the route.
From its eastern terminus of Route 66 at the Art Institute of Chicago on Lake Michigan…