- Jet fuel on KAFB has seeped into the water table almost 500 feet below the southeast heights...and this happened decades ago!
- Orange barrel time. Be aware!
- One day you are in and the next day you are out. Auf wiedersehen…
Added by Adelita on May 27, 2010 at 6:00am —
I work at place on an intersection along Silver, just south of UNM. We watch and hear dozens of cars every day that go flying along the bicycle boulevard at speeds far above the posted 18 mph limit. That strange speed limit is supposed to catch drivers by surprise and make them slow down because of how eye-catching it is. Of course, that assumes that people are even reading posted signs. (And that the visual clutter along our roadways is somehow helpful.… Continue
Added by hettie on May 26, 2010 at 5:35pm —
I know one person at The New Mexico Independent
. She's a friend. We throw that word, friend, around a lot, but this sense of friend is the truest sense. You know favors, caring, genuine affection, the whole nine yards. (Guys aren't good at doing what i'm trying to do...) I was really excited when she took on the job of working in this new paradigm of… Continue
Added by Masshole in Fringecrest on May 26, 2010 at 11:00am —
JUNE 1: VOTE DOUG TURNER
Added by Bill Turner on May 25, 2010 at 5:00pm —
CENTRAL & CORNELL SE--I can't think of an artist with a bigger or better "gallery" than Scott Kuykendall. He must have 600 linear feet of paintings on one of the busiest corners in the state of New Mexico. And his work has become part of the lives of literally thousands. Kuykendall did the murals surrounding both the Frontier and Saggio's restaurants. He also did Marc's Guitar's mural and the work on the interior walls of Saggio's as well as… Continue
Added by Johnny_Mango on May 25, 2010 at 8:00am —
Added by Adelita on May 25, 2010 at 5:41am —
Added by Adelita on May 24, 2010 at 5:14am —
"Crazy good!" comes to mind describing this poem as it rolls through the Texas countryside. But that is not good enough. Weisburd throws up images that seem to rise from the horizon full of life, but somehow twisted by heat waves. In such a world, your eyes can play tricks on you.
Albuquerque poet Stefi Weisburd is the author of The Wind-Up Gods… Continue
Added by The DitchRider on May 23, 2010 at 7:30am —
Can New Mexico poets Arthur Sze, Joy Harjo, Lisa Gill, Demetria Martinez and Mitch Rayes, best-poet-in-the-state-without-a-book, be said to have careers in poetry? David Orr concedes the publication of The Apple Trees of Olema: New and Selected Poems
(Ecco/HarperCollins, $34.99), by Robert Hass, is “a milestone,” yet his Sunday New York Times review (May 6, 2010) becomes a discursive meditation on… Continue
Added by Richard Read Oyama on May 23, 2010 at 12:00am —
Book Written by Local Author: Jonathan C. Miller
Published by: Cool Titles
The biggest fear and most heart stopping moment of any parent’s life is that of losing sight of your… Continue
Added by Mary Jane Collins on May 22, 2010 at 9:55pm —
Globalization also means that foreign investment will embody higher standards of environmental performance.
Daniel Yergin and Joseph Stanislaw, The Commanding Heights
(1998), p. 412.…
Added by J. Paul Lanier on May 22, 2010 at 6:00am —
I have been hearing the winds buzz and seen the new NE Heights' billboards announcing a non-existent website (to date), but the news is slim regarding the Hard Rock Casino of Albuquerque's opening as well as the "re-opening" of the Journal Pavilion as the Hard Rock Casino Pavilion
You can Google… Continue
Added by Jeff Hartzer on May 21, 2010 at 4:00pm —
Moving to Albuquerque after seventeen years spent haunting the villages outside city limits was a big deal. I considered it at least "noteworthy." The building I selected to move to, however, actually was… Continue
Added by lisa gill on May 21, 2010 at 5:00am —
Anyone can perform the same calculations of the independent scientists who estimate the BP Gulf of Mexico oil leak rate at around three million gallons per day. The only thing you have to do is estimate how far an object travels as it moves through the oil stream exiting the pipe. Here's how to do it.
In one released video
, an object descending toward the broken pipe… Continue
Added by J. Paul Lanier on May 20, 2010 at 8:41am —
It may be very, very important... or not, but are you tired of sounding off about city police enforcing immigration policy - and the related fallout? Well here is an opportunity to sound off to the Mayor about something else.
Currently, on the home page of the city web site www.cabq.gov
You can click a link and leave Mayor Berry a comment about an oft-proposed "Events Center" in the Downtown area.
Below is are my… Continue
Added by Crista on May 18, 2010 at 9:55pm —
DOWNTOWN--The City Council voted down two resolutions last night that were reactions to both the Mayor of Albuquerque and the state of Arizona. The vote was 4 - 5 along straight party lines. The first resolution would have forbade doing business with Arizona except in certain circumstances while their stop/check law is in force. The other would have prevented enforcement of the mayor's new program to check the immigration status of everyone… Continue
Added by Johnny_Mango on May 18, 2010 at 10:00am —
University Heights Neighborhood Association
is sponsoring the annual Clean Up:
Saturday, May 22, 2010 from 8 am to 12 noon
Meet at the west side of the Produce Exchange at the corner of Stanford and Lead. The overall appearance of our neighborhood shows we care about where we live. Please help us even if you can only help for a short time. We need pick-ups to gather the… Continue
Added by JeSais on May 17, 2010 at 10:11pm —
Every job has its cycles. My work follows the academic calendar – things get especially hectic during the beginning of the term and towards the end of the term. If you look at the dates of my blog postings, you can pretty much figure out when each term starts, when midterms happen, and when the semester ends. The term (finally) is over and for better or worse, I am back.
I’ll be frank – I’m extremely relieved that the Spring 2010 semester… Continue
Added by Barelas Babe on May 17, 2010 at 8:00pm —
Tamra Hays, that wonderful poet from Mountainair, continues to write with simple elegance in brilliantly chosen metaphors. She finds her way so deftly from first word to last. You will enjoy this short, personal reflection.
After teaching in the Duke City for over 20 years, Tamra Hays and her husband, Michael, began to teach in international schools. They now split their time between Istanbul, Turkey and Mountainair, New… Continue
Added by The DitchRider on May 16, 2010 at 7:25am —
Added by someone else on May 15, 2010 at 7:00am —