Jon. Yes…I do have a collection - not yet typed out - of poems on Frontier teabag sachets. So in actual fact the collection is spread between teabags and notebooks equally of sufficient length to accommodate my epic-ally small pieces. I keep these poem/teabag structures in my checkbook for…Continue
Added by Dee Cohen on September 30, 2012 at 6:00am — No Comments
The Fit: No Holds Barred Gym stands strong on Lomas near Broadway.
Vincent Lowry is the author of "Dreams Reign Supreme," a collection of short stories and poetry. He is releasing a nonfiction book, "E-Author," to aid authors in publishing their books (traditional and self publishing). His books are available through …Continue
Added by Sari Krosinsky on September 28, 2012 at 3:11pm — No Comments
If you are looking for something to do this weekend, consider this: the fishing is free at Fenton Lake this Saturday. No license is required. And if you have children, just up the road from Fenton Lake, the Seven Springs Fish Hatchery has a large pond reserved for children under 12. Kids with even cheap bigbox…Continue
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Now home of the Albuquerque Conservation Society, this building on Coal near Walter was once a Conoco Gas…Continue
If you haven’t been to Alameda Greenhouse, you’ve missed a local treat. Pansies are in for the next 3 weeks or so for $16 per flat (36 plants). The pansies we planted last September lasted into June of this year, but winter is their season.
You’ll also find cool season veggies,…Continue
Added by mjh on September 26, 2012 at 10:42pm — No Comments
Added by Eric Castillo on September 26, 2012 at 6:31pm — No Comments
The stuff you want to have happen with blogs is happening—readers are getting involved in the detecting. Well, a reader. Dee turned me onto the idea of Googling the past residents of this house—way too simple for me! She even did some research and came up with the birth and death dates for Esther Nylin, who lived longer in my house than anyone else. It’s interesting to think of the people who spent time within these walls—did they quarrel (undoubtedly), make babies, read good books,…Continue
Added by Anna Redsand on September 25, 2012 at 7:30am — No Comments
The reader might wonder if a poem is actually written to a real person. Well, maybe or maybe not. Nonetheless, a poem is always written with someone in mind. Rich Boucher takes the reader inside his heart and head this morning.
A past member of five national poetry slam teams, Rich has…