Hooray! Jennifer James's new Nob Hill restaurant Frenchish is now open! We can't wait to check it out! jennifer james 101.2!
i cant wait till this year ends. it was one of profound loss and sorrow. in june, my father in law passed after a five year battle with prostate cancer. while we never were able to leave a bitter part of the past behind, it was still sad. though my wife was able to reconcile with him after many years of estrangement, he would not allow me into his hospice room. from this i learned that i will forgive much easier real and perceived transgressions…Continue
Getting Videos out there in a way that they'll really be seen (or provide some form of return on the filmmakers' investment) is... well, lots of people are searching for the next…Continue
Added by Eric Renz-Whitmore on December 31, 2007 at 5:35pm — No Comments
[Since Don & the Slam led me to this page, I'll kick off my occasional diatribe with this from this summer's archive.]
Hakim is speaking in the District courtyard about black men stacked in ships…Continue
Just a small selection of things that look interesting and may or may not involve jello shots. What are you doing?
THE MUSIC OPTION
Rivet Gang at the Albuquerque Press Club
201 Highland Park Cir SE…
Illegal dumping was once a huge…Continue
Added by Coco on December 29, 2007 at 3:00pm — No Comments
It's 54 degrees in practically balmy Philadelphia. WTF. God I love this city. And now I'm on my way to Sephora - nyah, nyah.
Made it out of Chicago yesterday by the skin of my teeth - total winter chaos, makes me appreciate New Mexico even more. However, I'm spending New Year's Eve in Baltimore, one of my favorite cities. Then I'm watching the New Mexico float in the Rose Parade before I watch USC kick ass at the…Continue
You've heard it called by different names but it's all the same drive!
Rather than my usual tales of debauchery & shopping I am going to fill your minds with visions of warm socks. You may have caught that I started this "Critical Needs Drive" for Albuquerque Healthcare for the Homeless recently. This is due to some inspiration from…Continue
The Albuquerque Tribune might have a shot of coming back. Or it might not. A story from last week's Trib says the investing company who is looking to buy the afternoon paper is more confident than they should be.
A spokesman for the Tribune's parent company, E.W. Scripps, however said the process wasn't that far along.Continue
"We don't believe we are as far along…
I was at my grandmother's (Nana's) house with my Mom and Don (my step-dad). We were doing the usual Christmas Eve traditions we do every year. All the gifts had been brought over the day before. That evening around 4:30pm, we arrived with most of dinner. Mom and I prepared and warmed up what was left to prepare for dinner. When dinner was ready, we all prepared our dinner plates -- buffet style. Black Forest ham, sweet potatoes with toasted marshmallows on top, fresh green beans, fruit…Continue
Our 2007 Family portrait
Christmas is over and New Year's Eve is closing in. I have a love/hate relationship with the Holiday season.
I HATE the commercialism of it all. This year we gave mostly handmade by us or traded with other artist gifts. They were a hit!
I LOVE the family connection and the reflection on the year coming to an end. We went to see The Nutcracker ballet this year. My sister in law is the ballet mistress for the…Continue
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Ahhh, the holidays are nearly complete and another new year with new opportunities to make a fool of myself is at hand. While I enjoy the many 4 day weeks with breaks in the middle of the week I get to suffer through (kinda feels like I'm driving with a really bad clutch, vroooom, stall, vroooom, stall, vroooom, die) I really love the weekends when my myspace inbox fills with notes of "Hey, I'm in town, let's get together."
It's a funny dynamic I have with many of my old classmates…Continue
Added by Matt Barth on December 26, 2007 at 11:57pm — No Comments
NOB HILL-- But if you have come to the DCF today searching for excitement with a holiday theme, you might want to try this recycled tale from the sidewalks of Central Ave. It's a trip back to The Archives...to a time when The Book Stop was still located next door to the Flying Star, and Christmas seemed to have a dark side. I called it…
Added by Johnny_Mango on December 25, 2007 at 5:18am — No Comments