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The Onion in Albuquerque?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Benny the Icepick Dec 4, 2011. 9 Replies


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brendisimo commented on Brian Fejer's blog post Income Inequality at UNM
"@Djon, not sure why you're avoiding the real issue in Brian's article by pleading bad paragraph structure."
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"Great article, Brian! This is definitely a bigger threat to our country than anything abroad. Thanks for writing it."
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"totally agree with Timothy, the sprawl in this city is killing us. With so many empty lots in and around our core, I'd love to see some higher density developments happen."
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Don Brown replied to brendisimo's discussion The Onion in Albuquerque?
"For downtowners, there is a rack at 4th and Silver, next to the SF Reporter, Weekly Alibi and IQ boxes."
Dec 3, 2011
Michelle Meaders replied to brendisimo's discussion The Onion in Albuquerque?
"I found some at O'Niell's Pub today.  They are in the wooden rack just inside the door where you also find the Alibi and other local publications."
Dec 2, 2011
M D replied to brendisimo's discussion The Onion in Albuquerque?
"Monroe's Restaurant at 1520 Lomas Blvd NW (downtown) or 6051 Osuna Rd NE (uptown) has a plethera of copies available."
Dec 2, 2011

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a shot of the critical mass memorial ride for roy sekreta on March 7th.
come out on Friday may 2nd for the next Critical Mass ride. Meet at the UNM duck pond at 5pm!

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Albuquerque Deserves Great Streets!

Posted on May 6, 2008 at 4:21pm 31 Comments

If you think like I do then you'll want to come out and support the passage of the Great Streets Facility Plan. A hearing with the EPC is scheduled for this Thursday, May 8th from 3:30pm to 6:30 in the Plaza del Sol building at 2nd and Roma downtown.

The Great Streets Facility Plan would help guide the design of future as well as existing streets around Albuquerque. Keeping more than just cars in mind, the plan calls for wider sidewalks, slightly narrower car lanes, more trees, more… Continue

The Possibilities 8

Posted on May 2, 2008 at 5:10pm 38 Comments

With the news that Trader Joe's is opening their second Albuquerque location in the Uptown mall, I thought it was time to really visualize a grocery downtown. Now I could go for a TJ's, a Sunflower Market (love that place), or a locally owned store like the Co-op, just as long as we get some healthy food DOWNTOWN. And I thought the empty lot on Central between 6th and 7th would be a great location. There is plenty of space, enough for parking and some residential units (gotta love the… Continue

The Possibilities 7*

Posted on April 3, 2008 at 12:41pm 11 Comments

The lively discussion a couple of weeks ago concerning the re-striping of Lead and Coal was great. It seems most people supported the idea of a dedicated bike lane, but some were unconvinced that turning these streets into two-lanes (with a lane for parking) was a good one. The bottom line for me is this: we all pay taxes for roads, so why not make these streets more pedestrian friendly? If you need to zip around town in your car, use the freeway. These streets are in a residential area, and… Continue

The Possibilities 6.5

Posted on March 14, 2008 at 11:30am 14 Comments

With the news that the city council approved the funds to start work on Lead and Coal avenues, I decided to focus the next few weeks to those two thoroughfares. In case you haven't heard, Lead and Coal will be re-striped to hold two traffic lanes, a dedicated bike lane (yay!) and a parking lane. They will both stay one way streets, but hopefully with one less travel lane, cars will travel a bit slower. I also think they could use a stoplight at Edith and a few more crosswalks. Lead and Coal… Continue

The Possibilities 5

Posted on March 8, 2008 at 5:23pm 12 Comments

This site, just south of Central on Broadway, is actually two buildings. The Storehouse next door is part of the lot, but this amazing brick building is where I focused my attention. I envision some sort of art center like Harwood. It would be big enough to have art studios, a gallery, a performing arts space and maybe even a cafe. The windows are huge and would let lot's of light in. There is a parking lot across the street for visitors. The back portion of the roof is flat and could house a… Continue

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At 8:13am on July 26, 2008, Kemper Barkhurst said…
Hey Brenden,

I just meet up with Rhys in DC and he mentioned your photoshop work. I wanted to see if your interested in helping me do one for turning the down's race track at the fairgrounds into an urban farm and market with a transportation depot. I'll be working with a local urban design firm and would like to submit more than just a description of it. I can help you get source photography. I was thinking about a mashup between the Co-op, Los Pablanos, and the Alvarado depot at the corner of Central and Louisiana. I can get a vantage point from within the stands or Tingley to get a southern view and a street level can be taken from Talins.
At 3:30pm on July 8, 2008, PABLODIABLO said…
What up B?!
At 3:55pm on June 25, 2008, Benny the Icepick said…
Welcome to the board! Please send your email and phone number to so I can get you on our email system!
At 11:35am on June 13, 2008, ABQDWELL said…
Hey Brendisimo,

ABQ Dwell here. I have a good photo for a possible "Possibilities" piece.

This is up by the Tram, near the County Line Restaurant, and right in front of the Outpost Ice Arena. It's also just steps from the popular bike trail that parallels Tramway. My wife had the great suggestion of a combined coffee shop/bike shop. Any interest in creating?
At 1:06pm on June 10, 2008, Chroma Studios said…
Hey Brendisimo!
Thanks so much for coming out to our opening on Friday night! It was great seeing you again and we all appreciate the support for Chroma Studios!
Paula :)
At 9:55pm on April 30, 2008, Will said…
Sweet I'll be there. About how long do y'all ride for?
At 2:18pm on April 27, 2008, Will said…
Hello, yeah I was thinking about blogging about it. I also want to take a video camera with me and make some sort of documentary (something I've never done before) about my experience an I also wanted to interview people along the way and ask them what they thing about how things are going in this country.
At 11:01am on April 27, 2008, Laura said…
hey there -- thanks for mentioning the critical mass event this Friday. Maybe you could post some more info about on the Abq Progressives group? There are a lot of members, but not much activity.
At 2:37pm on April 22, 2008, Sheila Mahoney said…
HI Brendissimo! I was just over there in Burque and had the best time. I loved seeing your ideas up close.

Keep on creating!
Love, sile
At 9:45am on April 14, 2008, diahndra said…
Blake really killed me at pool.... :) I just had to clear that up. see you around, I hope...peace

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