Added by Neonnoodle on January 31, 2008 at 4:55pm — No Comments
If you've ever ridden a train in or out of Albuquerque, you've seen the sad state of the cramped, worn-out Amtrak station down on 1st Street. For a town with a proud history of locomotive repair, the largest Harvey House by the rails (the old Alvarado) and some spectacular railroad boom years, this station was pretty tragic.…
After an enormous amount of work including a huge, cool building construction, the UNM Department of Journalism and Mass Communications has been recommended for Accreditation by the visiting Accreditation Site Team from the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass…
If it weren't so darn cold!
I am a fan of batting cages. And I say that knowing that I absolutely suck at them. But, there's just something about letting out a little unspent energy, or displaced frustration, by taking a full swing at a tiny little target with a baseball or softball bat. It really is quite a release.
SO, are there batting cages in Albuquerque? This town loves sports, so I figure there HAS TO be some kind of local batting cage.
Speaking of sports, while…Continue
Every morning I take my huge silo of a cup to the cafeteria and fill it with ice, then I pop a cube into my…Continue
Added by Sí Serrano on January 30, 2008 at 1:33pm — No Comments
The New Mexico Legislature's House Judiciary Committee may consider House Bill 451 - Tax Increment Development Act Reforms at their hearing today at 1:30pm. Read SWOP for the alert and the summary by New Mexico Voices for Children.
Read the other stuff and the bill itself for the background.
SWOP reminds us who is on the House Judiciary Committee and urges us to contact…Continue
Added by Coco on January 30, 2008 at 6:45am — No Comments
I consider my mother my fashion icon. She always looks fabulous and considering she is almost 80 years old, she's still hot stuff!
Shopping was more of a sport for my mother than a task. And interestingly enough, the 70's seemed to be her fashion decade. She had fabulous platform shoes, super hip denim, velvet and chiffon dresses, outrageous purses and an array of 'falls' or hairpieces. My mother was one of the only…Continue
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Why does Jesus curse? He was a carpenter, after all, and besides, his second coming appearance at Revolutions International Theatre Festival is made easier for us mere mortals when he talks like a real human being and not the Almighty.
Comedy Jesus, played by Troy Conrad, was preaching to the…Continue
Yes, once again it's the First Friday of February at the Factory on 5th Art Space!
Come out and enjoy the Artscrawl around the old town area. You can start by hitting the Mountain Rd. galleries. FHAB and MORO are a couple of good places to visit. Then swing up 5th St. to the railroad tracks. We are on the left. Look for the big lit up "5" on the building.
This week we are featuring 18 artists. The theme is "Shot Through the Heart".
Also we are featuring new photo work by…Continue
Added by Factory on 5th Art Space on January 29, 2008 at 12:19pm — No Comments
The Factory on 5th Art Space
Shot through the heart!
The work of 18 Artists…
Added by Fenton Ayres on January 29, 2008 at 9:26am — No Comments
NOB HILL--Something happened yesterday afternoon. I thought I owed it to myself to watch Ted Kennedy’s endorsement of Barack Obama, and Obama’s speech in response. After all, every news commentator on TV was talking about the event. Well, it brought tears to my eyes.