A cowboy braves the elements outside the Albuquerque Museum. Luckily, he's always dressed for the…Continue
A duck caught in a reflective mood at the Rio Grande Nature Center.
Heather Hitchens, Executive Director of the American Theatre Wing, was in Albuquerque this past week talking about the place that the arts holds in a thriving community and how we might…Continue
Added by Terry S. Davis on April 27, 2012 at 7:30am — No Comments
According to a study prepared by the Benton Foundation, "since 2005 PEG Access Centers in at least 100 communities across the United States have been closed or endured severe funding cuts,…Continue
I sense a theme... Shot at the Expo NM flea market. Check out the shape of the plastic in front: a bag can…Continue
I do. Really! Most people do. They, the ubiquitous and omnipotent they, have conducted studies that indicate chocolate is good for us, but not for dogs, and unlike Brussels sprouts makes us happy. Makes me happy.
What I don't like is chocolate drizzled on unchocolate stuff that doesn't need it. Chocolate dipped strawberries? Yeah, they're good. Got that tart/sweet/tart thing going. Chocolate on Brussels sprouts? I don't care. I'll never eat one.
Went to the store this morning…Continue
Added by Leonard Poareo on April 22, 2012 at 1:05pm — No Comments
This morning's post is all about April. Aileen O'Catherine writes that today's piece is "a poem that I wrote for my young son about a year and a half ago. He had a very horrible injury and a long recovery. Fortunately, things are better now, in oh so many ways.
I have written…
Added by Dee Cohen on April 22, 2012 at 6:00am — No Comments
Happy Birthday, Albuquerque!
306 years old. That's quite the accomplishment. You don't look a day over 300. And still photogenic as ever. Check out these pictures from the Founder's Day event in Old Town.…
An ABQ math problem: 1 broken foot + 2 crutches = how many attempts to drive a scooter? Traffic moved forward before I could find out. Taken across from UNM at Lobo…Continue
Added by Dee Cohen on April 21, 2012 at 6:00pm — No Comments
NOB HILL--Several years ago we redid our backyard with an eye towards raising more of our own food. Since I have trouble working at ground level the first thing I did was to make raised beds. The beds, made out of 2x12 rough-cut lumber, are 24 inches high with an extra 2x4 on top which serves as a kind of…Continue
Across the great plains of Albuquerque come spring's sustainable Conestogas. These urban gardens were caught bedding down behind …Continue
Added by Dee Cohen on April 20, 2012 at 6:00am — No Comments