With tomorrow's date (give or take forty years) and the recent passing of Walter Cronkite it seemed timely that while cleaning our office storeroom this morning we would come across an old Albuquerque Journal.
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Added by Ron Da Bomb on July 20, 2009 at 12:30pm —
It doesn’t take long in this City to find things that are oddly out of place. Vestiges of prior lives left behind by the unyielding forces of change Such is the case of this elaborate tribute to Saturn located in an empty lot in SE Albuquerque. At first I believed this to be a piece of art, but then I thought it could simply be left over from part of the neighboring trailer park or some business that closed and the building has long since been… Continue
Added by Tricross on July 20, 2009 at 9:13am —
Good morning Fixers. Thanks to the Powers-That-Be for letting me serve as your substitute MF'er
for this week. Now on with the show....
- The great Walter Cronkite has passed. His career briefly…
Added by pepeye on July 20, 2009 at 6:00am —
Term limits - Consumable/Reusable?
Added by Soy de Burque on July 19, 2009 at 11:21pm —
The RFP is out, special thanks to everyone LCS and DFA who worked hard putting this together. Hopefully it will generate some great ideas for some of the structural changes we are facing.
Added by Tim Keller on July 19, 2009 at 2:40pm —
Anyone who has grown up or lived for a period of time in the Midwest knows the glories of frozen custard. My wife, Megan, and I met in Milwaukee when both of us did volunteer service in the inner-city, and some of our first dates were at frozen custard shops -- like Kopps
Added by M&M on July 19, 2009 at 2:20pm —
Added by Jennifer H Caldwell on July 19, 2009 at 12:05pm —
Jennifer Frank’s poems have surfaced slowly but steadily throughout the years in journals and anthologies such as Kalliope, Phoebe, Harwood Anthology and Looking Back to Place, online, in galleries and on the occasional city bus. She lives in Albuquerque, NM, with her husband and son.
"Trains and time are two recurring themes in my work. The main image for this poem arrived when my reading about trains online led me to an article about… Continue
Added by The DitchRider on July 19, 2009 at 2:13am —
: Che la Ke is a multimedia performance collective stemming from a dynamic collaboration between these Brooklyn artists:
(rootsy, raw, and relevant videos mixed live), Jon Bozeman
(rhythmic folk stories weaved through a southern perspective on big city experiences, with necessary sarcasm) & Dave Treut
(punk-folk and musical oddities that soar with imagination).
They will be stopping in Albuquerque for a one night only… Continue
Added by Basement Films on July 18, 2009 at 12:30pm —
Today we did yet another photo shoot with Jami. I want to thank Matthew and Maria for hanging out with me and helping with the photo shoot. I really like it when familia collaborate with the projects.
Some people I know may be… Continue
Added by buggs on July 18, 2009 at 12:00pm —
Last night took the two boys, 4 & 8, to the Isotopes game. Only seats available were in the grass -- seemed like a great call. Relaxing, green & cool out there. Lots of diversions & entertainment and 6 bucks apiece ... all good. I really do like the park, it's a jewel and a lot more family friendly than your average Major League stadium. But what's with this trend to blast music at piercing decibel levels to introduce each batter? That, compounded with the non-stop da-da-da-DA-da-DA… Continue
Added by Brent Morris on July 18, 2009 at 10:30am —
This week the boss and I had the honor and privelage of a visit to the Albuquerque Studios, where Breaking Bad and Terminator Salvation and The Spirit (to name a few) were filmed. It was totally awesome. To begin, we spent time with the Chief Operating Office and the Vice-President (who are also husband and wife) and the Studio Concierge, a very pretty young woman who has an incredible job. They were very interested in our business and what we do. I was impressed by their desire to do business… Continue
Added by David Madsen on July 17, 2009 at 2:20pm —
Check out some of these pieces from the Mayor’s Art Summer Institute (ASI) tile mural project taking place at the Harwood Art Center:
Pretty tremendous, eh? Would you ever guess this was the work of local teens? This mural, tentatively titled “Dance of the Matatchines” will be added to the existing ASI mural that has been growing on the… Continue
Added by The Harwood Art Center on July 17, 2009 at 2:00pm —
we just got these really nifty KOOL Rider Bandanas in for dogs. they're made out of this weird sci-fi-eqsue material that is also used in fancy race car driver's outfits. the bandana cools your dog down up to 15 degrees and can last for up to 8 hours!!! great for when you go hiking or walking around the block for a pee break! these cool babies are made in the USA (whoop-whoop!) and come in light yellow, blue, green, and pink! come check'em out!! they're way cool to play… Continue
Added by Bow Wow Blues on July 17, 2009 at 11:52am —
Wow! I've really been slacking off when it comes to posting stuff here. It is amazing just how fast time goes by.
Anyway, I'm super excited for our newest production, Neil LaBute's Fat Pig. I have to admit, one of the big reasons as to why I am so excited about this show is because I'm actually in it! Oh yes, I have move up from Stage Manager to leading actress. /Whew It feels so great to finally be onstage and not just to move set pieces or taking props off and on.
Added by Desert Rose Playhouse on July 17, 2009 at 10:00am —
My two a day
was cut short this week, or rather, it was redistributed. I worked in the back yard for four hours on Thursday instead of the customary two, I wanted it to look nice for company. Naturally, after such a herculean effort (it actually did kick my butt) I took Friday off. Here is how the week went:
Whoah it was hard to scrape… Continue
Added by Spring Griffin on July 17, 2009 at 9:47am —
University of Ne Dr. Laura E. Gomez will read on KSJE FM's Write On 4 Corners today Friday, July 17 at 2:30 pm. KSJE is at 90.9 FM in Farmington, New Mexico. To hear it on the web, go to www.ksje.com and click on now playing at 2:30 MDT or go to mp3 podcasts writeon 4 corners July 17 to find Laura Gomez' show.
Dr. Gomez book is entitled Manifest Destinies The Making of the Mexican American Race
. Using New Mexico as a case study she traces the origins of the Mexican American… Continue
Added by KSJE 90.9FM on July 17, 2009 at 9:28am —
Added by Self Serve on July 17, 2009 at 6:30am —
My sweetie and I checked out the brand new Cosmo Tapas, in east Nob Hill tonight. They're in the old Martini Grill space at Central and Sierra. They've only been open since Monday, but you wouldn't know it based on the food, drinks, atmosphere or service. It's a pretty smooth operation and absolutely enjoyable.
To start, we chose a couple of drinks from their mixed drink menu. My sweetie had a Huaso, which is essentially a pisco sour. Pisco is like a grape brandy, which is the… Continue
Added by hettie on July 16, 2009 at 9:30pm —
Blackberrying, Facebooking, and twittering through life these days makes me think EMAIL may be as DEAD as the Postal Service. No one answers or writes a good juicy long email anymore...And no one it seems, actually READS a long one very carefully.
Also along these lines how is the DCF audience number-count doing in 2009?
Added by Jeff Hartzer on July 16, 2009 at 4:30pm —