I went riding again last night. Did I remember to take my camera? Nope, but I did remember to take my cell phone this time.
The ride started off with a blunder. BF usually gets the bike out of the garage for me and parks on the street. Well I got on, slowly came to the stop sign (I live on a corner lot, so it wasn't far to the stop sign!). While he was watching (and for some reason, he makes me nervous) I attempted to make a left hand turn (LHT) and of course, the bike stalled and I… Continue
This summer, we (Jackie, Donnie and myself) are trying to provide listeners with some "fun" free things to do. This Friday we are at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History (1801 Mountain Rd NW) with FREE admission from 7am until 10am. They are highlighting the new "Dawn Of The Dinosaurs- Triassic New Mexico" exhibit. This offer is open to everyone.
I gaze across and down the street and see a large old house with nearly a half dozen chimneys poking out all over the roof. Was it a railroad worker boarding house once? Maybe somebody just really loved fireplaces. This is the view from out front of the 3rd Street Arts Listening Room.
A sign on the tall front fence is the only indication… Continue
[Mr. H / Mom Ham the very first day we got her. She looks just like Señor Cuddlepuffs]
Señor Cuddlepuffs was the most recent Fancy Russian Dwarf Hamster addition to the MacKenzie Clan.
When I was a freshman in high school we received two of the FRDHs from a friend of my Mom's who originally told us that they were either both male or both female. They were supposed to be a gift to my little brother but he wasn't really interested… Continue
I went out last night for a ride on my own. I really should take my camera with me, stuff it in the saddle bag; so that when I pause to rest I can take pictures of the scenery. I usually go out in the late evening, so that I have about a half hour of light before the night rolls in. And living as far west in ABQ as I do, the sunset is gorgeous. On a clear evening, the skies are blanketed in pinks and purples and oranges. Evening rides are the best and the traffic is light to none, but the roads… Continue
For me, great movies stick in my head for weeks after I've seen them. I like to chew on them for a while in my head to fully digest the themes and underlying meaning. There Will Be Blood, starring Daniel Day Lewis, falls into that category. It's a profound saga of family and greed centered on one man's search for oil in the American west, and I've been chewing on it for a couple of months now.
Each year, right around the time when the Rolling Thunder motorcyclists make their way into the nation’s capital, I roll out of town with a bootful of books, migrating back to Burque for the summer. This time I journeyed back with my history buff and computer geek son, who is (as they say) “transitioning” from high school to college. Here… Continue
Off of a non-descript part of Fourth Street in the North Valley, is a tree lined street where a hidden paradise exists. My cousin Soledad lives on this street and the most spectacular sight awaits you when you walk through her house and into her backyard. What you see is an explosion of color all around. It is a garden paradise.
Almost every year around this time my cousin, her husband Joseph, and son Joachim, host a party in celebration of… Continue
The first issue of online photo magazine Fraction has hit the virtual newsstand. It features some gorgeous work by New Mexico photographers Mark Geil and David Bram. Don't miss the slide show of portraits of New Mexico artists by Karen Kuehn - with a wide variety of artists including OK Harris, Joel Peter Witkin and Stella Teller. Click to it!
Awww, you'd have had to been there to know what that sounded like lol. BROADWAY BROADWAY BROADWAY! roflafagus!
Anyways, me and Sarah have been working on our Summer To-Do List.
We went to the JFS interview and I pretty muchy botched that. I had the forms filled out and stuff happened and in the end they were covered in brake/power steering fluid so I couldn't turn those in. Apart from looking completely irresponsible by filling them out in front of her and having a loss of… Continue
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Giacomo Zafarano and Desiree Telles perform dips while taking cues from Joseph Gonzales.
What does it take to transform the basement of an old fraternity house on UNM's campus into a rollicking dance hall? A well tuned body. . .of talent, that is.
Local dancer and independent producer Joseph Gonzales, who recently performed in Copelia and Seasons as one of the… Continue
This Saturday, May 31st from 11am til 4pm join us at Verb Collective (3400 Constitution, just West of Carlisle) for the first ever DukeCityFix.com Craftacular Craft Fair! 19 artists and crafts people will be showing and selling their work, and it's the last opportunity for you to check out the beautiful… Continue
KOBTV's chief meteorologist, Larry Rice, was fired in a Friday morning phone call (5/23/08). According to Rice, he will receive no severance package, just unused vacation time, and the station would throw him his 'personals' in a box. GEEZE what did the guy do or not do?
After all the recent changes and 'goodbyes' [Carla Aragon, Cynthia Izaguerre, et al] on our local tv scene, this instatnt transition of a knowledgeable weatherman persona seems a bit brusque to say the… Continue
Simple Interest is the rate you will pay over any given amount of time for any given initial amount. Math 129 from college, Math 100A, or even the 7th grade should have reviewed all of this for us. It's simply a quick way of calculating how much worse you could be in debt (with the exception of taxes, of course). But can the same hold true for other subjects?
Say, for example, in relationships?
Interest in a person; is it a function of the initial amount of attention you… Continue
Added by imouse1 on May 27, 2008 at 7:00am —