Added by Jeff Hartzer on March 26, 2015 at 8:30pm — No Comments
A still from one of the first films shot in Albuquerque, The Tourists, which was released in 1912:
A group of tourists spend too long checking out the Indian Arts and Crafts at the station and miss their train. While waiting,…
Added by Duke City Fix on March 26, 2015 at 2:00pm — No Comments
The Huning Castle Neighborhood in Albuquerque is something to see. The large houses and tree lined streets are best photographed later in the afternoon or evening. This neighborhood also has one of our favorite venues - The…Continue
Rather than focusing today’s weekly blog post on one individual, I wanted to offer a short post of gratitude to the extensive creative community that comes together each year for…Continue
Added by Shelle VanEtten de Sanchez on March 25, 2015 at 10:30am — No Comments
Last week was Restaurant Week here in Albuquerque. I was happy to see some new restaurants participating; especially Soul and Vine. I had just heard some friends raving about the joint and wanted to check it out.
Soul and Vine is in the spot formerly occupied by Thai Crystal on Gold between First and Second streets downtown. Its concept originally was "American tapas,"…Continue
NOB HILL—Oh, I have read the articles and blog posts about Albuquerque being high on the list of quirky towns. They usually cite examples like Kelly’s Brewpub being in an old gas station.
First of all, it wasn’t a gas station, it was a car dealership. Kelly’s just decorated it to look…
What makes a disability a disability? This was one of the questions discussed at the Women of the World Poetry Slam panel "How to Break a Line: Disability, Chronic Illness, and Other Poems" last Saturday. The panelists covered the gamut of disability, from sensory impairment (deafness) to chronic illness to…Continue
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Added by once banned twice shy on March 23, 2015 at 7:00am — No Comments
Don McIver is a familiar face around Albuquerque’s poetry venues. He reads his own work frequently, and curates the work of others for Sunday Chatter. The following 5-part poem started as separate poems. Don told me I could chop them up if I wanted, but I prefer to present them as he sent them to me:…Continue