L.C. Sterling is the author of "Confessions of a Grumpy Advertising Man," available at compellingconcepts.com. He is working on a novel. This is the first in a series of Q&As with Albuquerque area poets and writers.…
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Do you want the sets and costumes to look realistic, or are you okay with shapes and colors to…Continue
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Decked out in candy cane colors, Buffett's on Lomas near Louisiana has been producing treats since the…
A fabulous meeting of minds and talents is only a month away. The fourth annual Albuquerque Cultural Conference will welcome attendees with a September 28th reception at the Center for Peace and Justice (202 Harvard SE, 4:30 p.m.). Billed…Continue
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Good poetry in Albuquerque can be heard in at least a half dozen venues a week. In fact, many visitors and residents alike consider the city to be the current poetry capital of the nation. Rarely in the history of U.S. verse has there been a place where poets of so many different experiences, writing styles,…Continue
The Lofts at Central and Broadway was originally ABQ's first high school. They began conversion into condos/apartments in…
Today is the last day of Bubonicon 44. The Dealers Room and the Artshow is open and free to the public. We are all having a great time.
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Three hundred years from now, scholars will mine internet data trying to figure out how we reacted to the changing climate. This poem will be part of that research. Our river, El Rio Grande, is the narrative that flows through it all.
Steven Hamp has resided in New Mexico since 1981 and currently…
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• Medicaid expansion said to create up to 10,000 new jobs in New Mexico. State would pay up to $500M; Feds kick in $6.2 Billion. 170,000 NM adults would get health care. …Continue