My wife had just finished swimming at our community’s pool and was walking over to her car. She heard some commotion and looked up to see an adult cat chasing another cat. The cat being chased dropped something from its mouth and sped away with the other cat in hot pursuit. My wife went over to look…Continue
Michael C. Ford, frequent visitor to Albuquerque, was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1939. He moved with his parents to Pasadena, California just as World War II was ending. His work has reflected the best of US pop culture throughout the seventies, eighties, and beyond. In the mid to late 1970s, he…Continue
There are eight artist rooms and each of them contains exclusive large scale installation work created by Native American artists Jaque…Continue
The Wet Sox. Looking at all the Wet Sox videos makes me wish I had had a fake ID back in the day. These guys were the best of the best. I am fortunate to know John Cline who did their live sound and produced all their audio and video recordings. He said "We were pretty technically sophisticated, we set up television monitors…Continue
I haven't dropped a line at DCF for a while but I got an email from Adelita about a post I wrote eons ago and here I am.
I left ABQ in 2010 for Virginia and since then, I've relocated to the Seattle area. I've been back to ABQ since my mamacita still lives there and she's had some medical issues that brought me back. I miss ABQ. I miss my house that I fixed up, thinking I was going to live there until I died. Life has a way of messing with you, though. I've been from New Mexico to…Continue
It's a really big, awesome deal, and this weekend is the last for the 2015 Revolutions International Theatre Festival. We have a pair of tickets to ANY of this weekend's shows, which are:
Simpsons lovers, take heed! It's the final weekend for Aux Dog Theatre's deliciously weird Mr. Burns, and we have a pair of tickets to give to any of this weekend's performances!
About the show:
What I found out was that living with other people was the biggest “growth experience” of the year.
My boyfriend at the time, now my…Continue
Added by Megan on January 29, 2015 at 6:00pm — No Comments
After, I don't know, a billion years of waiting, New Mexicans can finally read the audit of our state's behavioral health providers that has led to a takeover by Arizona providers, subsequent closures, and a loss of service to many former patients.
I almost can't believe it.
Added by Sophie on January 29, 2015 at 4:00pm — No Comments
James Bezemek was one of the most successful dairy owners in Albuquerque and a prominent five-term county commissioner in the early 20th century.
Photo from the collection of the Albuquerque Historical…Continue
Added by Sophie on January 29, 2015 at 2:00pm — No Comments
"Urban Homestead". In spite of my allergy to trendy catch-phrases, I suppose that best describes what my husband Tom and I are working on - increasing our self-reliance without abandoning modern life completely. (one thing I learned when in the 70's I tucked my Mother Earth News…Continue
Hot on the heels of that New Yorker story comes Rolling Stone's take on Albuquerque's troubled police force. When Cops Break Bad: Inside a Police Force Gone Wild recaps for a national audience the killing of James Boyd (and Christopher Torres, Kenneth Ellis…Continue