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What's the seediest corner in Albuquerque?
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Not necessarily looking for trouble, just curious.  What do you all think?SKContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Donald E. George Aug 30, 2013.

An open letter to Satellite Coffee

Dear Satellite Coffee,I would like to thank you very much for offering iced decaf coffee at your locations.If I'm not mistaken, it's one of the only places in the city to get iced decaf!And of course…Continue

Started May 10, 2013

Anybody else miss Robb's Ribbs??
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The other night I made oven-BBQ pulled pork, along with coleslaw and served it with a baguette.And I got to thinking about how much I miss Robb's Ribbs.  ("If it ain't two b's, then it's just bs.")I…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jen May 7, 2013.

What happened to Jason Stiff on KOB?
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Hi everyone!I started watching KOB after Jason Stiff took over as chief meteorologist.  But now it looks like he is gone.  That is too bad.  I don't really like any of the other weather TV…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Adelita May 1, 2013.

 

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Donald E. George replied to Stan Kravitz's discussion What's the seediest corner in Albuquerque?
"Kathryn and Sam Mateo,southwest corner. The exising building was a Phillips 66 service station in 1955. I believe the owner's son was named Paul Pizzoli. The area east to Louisiana was a very nice residential area with many professional people."
Aug 30, 2013
Donald E. George replied to Stan Kravitz's discussion What's the seediest corner in Albuquerque?
"Vehicle up on cinder blocks with engine,transmission,suspension components et.al. spread around. Mighty nice landscaping."
Aug 30, 2013
PJH replied to Stan Kravitz's discussion What's the seediest corner in Albuquerque?
"The definition of seedy is wide-ranging but near the top in my book is anywhere where people put an old mattress out on the curb to "cure" for days on end, grace their front door with a dead appliance or park an oil-leaking vehicle in the…"
Aug 24, 2013
Donald E. George replied to Stan Kravitz's discussion What's the seediest corner in Albuquerque?
"Close but no cigar. It's Central Avenue from the mouth of Tijeras Canyon to the top of Nine Mile Hill. Looks like a scene from Juarez. Old John S., the Joads and Will R. would roll over in their graves if they could see The…"
Aug 22, 2013
Stan Kravitz replied to Stan Kravitz's discussion What's the seediest corner in Albuquerque?
"I like your choice of words."
Aug 13, 2013
Stan Kravitz replied to Stan Kravitz's discussion What's the seediest corner in Albuquerque?
"Abandoned buildings in and of themselves don't make an intersection seedy, in my book.  Actually, I think of a seedy corner as having a certain vibrancy to it that is only aided by a higher occupancy rate."
Aug 13, 2013
Izquierdo replied to Stan Kravitz's discussion What's the seediest corner in Albuquerque?
"Actually the seediest corner in Albuquerque is likely the one with the most elms. Elm Street? Blame Clyde Tingley."
Aug 12, 2013
Masshole in Fringecrest replied to Stan Kravitz's discussion What's the seediest corner in Albuquerque?
"Whatever corner the Fair N Square is located - that might be Texas & Central. "
Aug 12, 2013
John Olson replied to Stan Kravitz's discussion What's the seediest corner in Albuquerque?
" Just south of Central and San Mateo usually crawling around right in front of the Walmart. "
Aug 12, 2013
RunLikeADog replied to Stan Kravitz's discussion What's the seediest corner in Albuquerque?
"That would get my vote too."
Aug 9, 2013
Mark replied to Stan Kravitz's discussion What's the seediest corner in Albuquerque?
"This sounds about right."
Aug 8, 2013
sklein27 replied to Stan Kravitz's discussion What's the seediest corner in Albuquerque?
"4th and Central in front of Maloney's  "
Aug 8, 2013
Stan Kravitz posted a discussion

What's the seediest corner in Albuquerque?

Not necessarily looking for trouble, just curious.  What do you all think?SKSee More
Aug 7, 2013
Stan Kravitz posted a discussion

An open letter to Satellite Coffee

Dear Satellite Coffee,I would like to thank you very much for offering iced decaf coffee at your locations.If I'm not mistaken, it's one of the only places in the city to get iced decaf!And of course I have to mention that creme brulee beignet of yours.  What more can a person ask for!Sincerely,SKSee More
May 10, 2013
Jen replied to Stan Kravitz's discussion Anybody else miss Robb's Ribbs??
"Their twice-baked potatoes were also crazy delicious. "
May 7, 2013
AM replied to Stan Kravitz's discussion Anybody else miss Robb's Ribbs??
"yeah, I miss Bennigan's and also Steak & Ale"
May 6, 2013

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