PJH
Share on Facebook Share

PJH's Friends

  • Chris Isengard

PJH's Discussions

Floor joist repair in Albuquerque
1 Reply

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kitson Harvey Oct 29, 2015.

HMOs in Albuquerque
3 Replies

Started this discussion. Last reply by PJH Aug 12, 2015.

Let's just talk about CPA hourly rates now, shall we?
8 Replies

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sharon Niederman Dec 9, 2014.

 

PJH's Page

Latest Activity

PJH commented on Dee Cohen's blog post NM Pics: Night Music
"what, where, when?"
yesterday
PJH commented on Duke City Fix's blog post TBT: Holiday Inn Midtown, Albuquerque, ca. 1960
". . . and TBT means what?"
Dec 1
PJH commented on Phil_0's blog post Morning Fix: On the Kibosh
"Big tax break for a city core development project than for fringe one make more sense to me."
Nov 17
PJH commented on Kitson Harvey's blog post Morning Fix: Fear and Loathing
"That such a vile, vulgar person whose qualities were there for all to see could be elected speaks volumes about the majority of our citizens."
Nov 9
PJH commented on once banned twice shy's blog post Morning Fix - Found a better way
"The Federal Republic of Germany has only existed since 1949, so a century of relations with it is nonsense."
Oct 6
PJH commented on Scot Key's blog post Albuquerque Rapid Transit: Can We Please Talk About Something Else?
"The RailRunner, while it should not be expected to pay for itself entirely, should raise its rates.  Ticket prices are too low.  A senior buying a day pass online pays a whopping $6 for a trip from downtown Albuquerque to Santa Fe and…"
Aug 3
PJH liked Scot Key's blog post Central Avenue: A Patient in Need of Many Cures
Jun 29
PJH liked Brian Fejer's blog post OUTRAGE
Jun 24

Profile Information

Where I Live:
between Old Town and Downtown

Comment Wall (1 comment)

You need to be a member of Duke City Fix to add comments!

Join Duke City Fix

At 8:08am on April 27, 2013, Adelita said…

Please post this in the General Discussion section of the Forum. Thanks! Adelita - moderator

Is there anyplace in Albuquerque that recycles old clothing, towels, etc?  By that I mean fabrics that are no good for resale/reuse but could be recycled for some other use.

As a point of interest, my mother up until about the mid-1960s in Wisconsin would tear old sheets and other used-up fabrics into strips, roll them into balls and when she had enough, take them to an old lady who had a loom on her porch and who would weave them into rag rugs that we used on our floors at home. Now that's recycling on the home front!

 
 
 

Connect with Us!

Community Forum

Cottonwood Cats Sanctuary

Started by vinceinburque in General Discussion on Monday.

how is living here 12 Replies

Started by nancy beth in General Discussion. Last reply by Sophie Nov 23.

Lead for Investigative journalist 1 Reply

Started by HOPE in General Discussion. Last reply by Sophie Nov 23.

Rupert's Plumbing and Heating 2 Replies

Started by SoyJames in General Discussion. Last reply by misterhinkydink Nov 3.

Latest Activity

Regular Features

Anyone can blog on the Duke City Fix, but here are the folks who blog most often:

© 2016   Created by Duke City Fix.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service