We had a great little event on Sunday with book reviews done by our staff - great reads for Spring/Summer 2009. Posting a couple of vids here, but you can find more on our YouTube page. Staff reviewed books for all ages and all interests. Check these videos out!
SCA is offering the only studios that include wood & metal fabrication areas. Private, large studios ranging in size from 200, 300 & 500 sf spaces. The space will also offer two sound proof rooms for musician rehearsal spaces. Amenities include, 24hr access, wifi, arc/tig welding, basic wood shop saws, bi-annual advertised open studios, annual exhibition @ SCA Contemporary. Future development of a digital suite and opportunities to offer artist instructed courses. A professional… Continue
You are invited to a special event this coming Sunday. Poet, Writer, Photographer and Social Activist, Margaret Randall will read from her new book, To Change the World: My Years in Cuba at 3pm, Sunday March 29 at Acequia Booksellers, 4019 4th St. NW in Albuquerque. Our phone number is 890-5365.
In To Change the World, the legendary writer and poet Margaret Randall chronicles her decade in Cuba from 1969 to 1980. Both a highly personal memoir and an examination of the revolution's… Continue
Added by Richard V on March 24, 2009 at 6:20pm —
See how loyal I am to you guys?! As soon as I get good info I share with you!
The lovely Ms. Crissi Leatherer, owner of Bow Wow Blues and all around smashing lady is running for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Woman of the Year!! So BWBs is helping raise money with Paws for a Cause. Drop by the store and by a paw showing your support for the Leukemia & Lymphoma society!
Sweaters are 40% off!! It's warm now but you know ABQ...that last threat of cold is still… Continue
Daylight Savings time is practically synonymous with Home Improvement Season and that time is here again. We recently tore out a bunch of concrete in our back yard and needed a legal way to dispose of it. You can't throw it in your trash can, nor can you take it to one of the city's Convenience Centers. There's an even cheaper option: Take it to… Continue
The title of this post is a “Feightnerism”. He came up with it when he worked for the Farmers Home Administration as a bankruptcy law clerk. He worked there one summer as a law student. He watched the government waste millions on farm loans. Of course the government was also in the business of supporting farmers through government largesse. Farmers farmed the government first, the soil second.
Later, the Author became a healthcare lawyer and watched the farce of medical providers… Continue
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Sunday’s Albuquerque Journal has an article entitled “Split Decision: Economic Hard Times Making it Hard on Couples Trying to Divorce”. One thrust of the article is that warring couples cannot financially afford to divorce. They must remain in the same home or relationship because they cannot afford to move out.
Called "hippies" by a nation embroiled in war and inter-generational conflict, much of young America took to the road searching for a more compassionate, peaceful, and authentic way of life. Many came to New Mexico. And many stayed. That story shines through brilliantly in "Three-Bucket Bath." The poem brings a smile to my lips and tears to my eyes.
Merimee Moffitt left the Pacific Northwest in May 1970 in a shiny green Chrysler with two… Continue
April 3, - April 30, 2009
Friday, April 3, 2009 5 – 8 PM
PALETTE Contemporary Art and Craft is pleased to announce our upcoming show, ”Color Play” which will feature the Multi-layered Fused glass of Dorothy Hafner. Her show will open with a reception on April 3rd from 5 – 8 pm, and will… Continue
ok, after my dining debacle at El Patio, i decided to find some place that knows how to cook new mexican or mexican food, cuz i was still jonesin' for something more authentic. lo and behold, i found it. on the corner of monroe and central. when i moved here in 2002, it used to be a mom and pop place, typical breakfast and lunch menu. then it transformed into a place that served cuban food, (sorry, never tried it) and now it's Guichos, a mexican restaurant. the interior is painted in bright… Continue
In past posts, the author has written about economic issues that presaged the current recession. The causes are legion. Collapse of asset values, subprime mortgage collapse, decline of manufacturing capacity, the hamstringing of the regulatory mechanism, general malaise, the failure to release the “Beavis and Butthead Christmas Special” on DVD.
Two of the most controversial artifacts in the collection of the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History moved to their new home today. I took a ton of pictures and VIDEO! The whole process was much smoother and simpler than I imagined, and it is such a relief to see them sitting in the new space - alongside other artifacts that the museum had in storage all this time (like the… Continue
ok, so i'm celebrating one month as an official resident of nob hill, and i decide to treat myself. i'm thinking something family owned, not one of the chains. i'm also feeling like eating new mexican, so i pull out my trusty bike and ride down to El Patio over on Harvard. i know, i know. never go there unless you want a "leisurely" meal, because if you're expecting prompt service, well, so what? but the patio has a certain charm, especially on such a beautiful evening. i sit down, and after… Continue
i've been in my new place in nob hill since mid february. i had my comcast service transferred over from the old place, and added on tv, so i now have the comcast bundle. ever since i've been here, my tv service has been subject to intermittent static. big time static. it varies in strength, and happens anytime during the day. sometimes it's mild,creating a static buzz in the background, and the picture isn't sharp like it's supposed to be. sometimes, (usually at night) the disturbance is so… Continue
Hey DC fixers! I hope everyone is well. I will be graduating from UNM in May and I am worried about finding a decent and affordable place to live. I'm wondering if anyone has any suggestions (besides moving back home with the parents). I do have a friend who wants to live with me so I am looking for a 2 bedroom, somewhere within the UNM vicinity, and no more than $750/month. I know, but its about all we can afford. Any suggestions/reccommendations will help. Thank you!