, Experiments in Cinema V4.2 & the Guild Cinema
will be collaborating to bring Bay area underground filmmaker & collage artist Craig Baldwin to Albuquerque to curate 3 double features of Other Cinema
represented works including his newest movie Mock Up On Mu
which will play each night. All… Continue
Added by Basement Films on April 10, 2009 at 10:30am —
Added by Somegye on April 10, 2009 at 5:30am —
As a dad, I always think I'll be able to handle situations as they happen. Always be able to find the words to explain why the world is the way that it is.
Our son played his first Little League game ever. He has played soccer in the past, but seemed disinterested by the sport. So I signed him up to play baseball. It was the sport I grew up with and loved as a kid.
My family moved back to California from England in 1982. In England, even on an Air Force Base, the only… Continue
Added by Tony on April 9, 2009 at 9:37pm —
David Diaz, local musician and member of popular Albuquerque band Felonious Groove Foundation
and former member of Nosotros
, passed away yesterday, April 9, 2009 from long-term health complications. Thoughts go out to his family, his friends and his loyal bandmates.
Photo courtesy of Felonious Groove Foundation… Continue
Added by Alexis on April 9, 2009 at 9:30pm —
I am in search of a "Green" construction or landscaping company, or a company that is moving in that direction, to work with. I am moving to Rio Rancho on May 7th 2009, and I am available to start work on Monday the 11th. My experience is vast: Straw bale construction, natural plaster application, warehouse rehab into environmental office space, green roof installation, planted modular retaining wall installation, hot water solar/geothermal radiant floor heating system installation, and vine… Continue
Added by Dominic Knipfing on April 9, 2009 at 7:42pm —
Added by Jezibel on April 9, 2009 at 1:36pm —
Heading down the trail to Albuquerque
Saddlebags all filled with beans and jerkey
Heading for K circle B
TV land for you and me
K circle B in Albuquerque
Yodel lady yodel yodelady
(other misc. yodeling)
If you do you are as old as me and probably a native.
Added by El Taco Rey on April 9, 2009 at 8:01am —
Last Saturday I was lucky enough to attend a Nnenna Freelon concert at the African American Performing Arts Center
. Thanks to DCF, the tickets were free and in these times, free is a welcome change.
My fiance didn't quite know Nnenna Freelon as her music taste vary mostly from Mariachi, (Which she will proudly tell you was born in the same place she was) to… Continue
Added by Ricky on April 9, 2009 at 7:00am —
- Public Regulation Commissioner Jerome Block Jr. and his father, former Public Regulation Commissioner Jerome Block Sr., ride the indictment train. Indictments come on charges of election wrongdoing.
Added by Somegye on April 9, 2009 at 5:30am —
WELL I AM BACK WITH ANOTHER STORY ABOUT GROWING UP AT THE CIVIC DURING A WRESTLING NIGHT. THE NIGHT THE REGULAR REF DID NOT MAKE IT IN TO TOWN BECAUSE OF BAD WEATHER AND THEY ASKED MY DAD (ralph muniz) TO BE THE SUB FOR THE REF THAT NIGHT.MY DAD WENT TO HIS CAR TO GET HIS SUITCASE TO GET HIS REF STUFF.BEFORE THE WRESTLING GOT STARTED HE CAME TO TALK TO ME AND MY BROTHERS. HE TOLD ME AND MY BROTHERS THAT HE WAS GOING TO BE IN A MATCH BETWEEN RICKY ROMERO AND THE SHIEK AND NO MATTER WHAT HAPPEN… Continue
Added by Lolo muniz on April 8, 2009 at 10:18pm —
I'm really looking forward to the Guitar 1 class at the Harwood tomorrow! Thanks to all those who signed up. It should be fun!
If you still want to register, check this out:
Added by Juan of Los Primos on April 8, 2009 at 11:00am —
Sometimes inspiration comes to us in curious ways. I’m always inspired by my city. It offers such a deep, rich history and also wonderful stories of characters past and present. What are most inspiring to me are the wonderful people I have had the honor to meet. They run the gamut from fellow Duke City Fixers, to sweet neighbors, to world-class race car drivers.
In total and full disclosure,… Continue
Added by Adelita on April 8, 2009 at 9:30am —
Added by Somegye on April 8, 2009 at 5:30am —
Is it the press that follows politics or politics that follows the press?
Which one actually reflects public opinion?
Added by Marisa Trujillo on April 7, 2009 at 4:16pm —
Just a reminder we have our very own You Tube channel now! If you missed our premiere marble making demonstration on February 20, 2009, never fear! We have uploaded video from the show to our brand new You Tube channel! If you like what you see watch out for updates as the year progresses. We are hoping to bring Josh back just in time for Christmas to dazzle you with his marble making prowess! Stay… Continue
Added by Palette Contemporary Art & Craft on April 7, 2009 at 4:00pm —
I just posted some photos of the new Chroma on Roma space on the Chroma web site!
This is just one that I posted;
Added by Chroma Studios on April 7, 2009 at 4:00pm —
For the past few months I've been a part of the Proposed Historic Nob Hill District Main Street Steering Committee, we've come along way in the application process, which is almost complete. This Friday, the 10th, is the final assessment by the NM Main Street directors (part of the State Department of Economic Development,) as to the readiness of Nob Hill to participate. Part of the agenda on Friday is a public lunch for those who wish to know more about the program, what it has to offer, and… Continue
Added by Duane W Bargar on April 7, 2009 at 3:30pm —
NOB HILL--If you are a working stiff, a 3-day camping trip is the ideal way to recreate yourself. Sneak out of work for a day and a great big adventure lies before you. But so many of us have no gear or no experience here in the mountain west. And many would like to get started camping but really have no idea how to begin without going broke at REI. So here are some thoughts from a person who has camped out for over 50 years and just last summer… Continue
Added by Johnny_Mango on April 7, 2009 at 12:00pm —
Added by Somegye on April 7, 2009 at 5:30am —
I just got my ass kicked by a 75-year old man. Well, he had something like a black belt in haiku and 9 helpers. Three of them were women. One of the cats was packing a B-3.
I just got back from seeing Leonard Cohen in Phoenix (didn’t see any of you Burque foo’s there!) . . . I may never be the same again. From Javiér Mas (guitar, bandurría, laúd) to Sharon Robinson (vocals, songwriting collaboration), to Roscoe Beck (bass) to Rafael Gayol (drums/percussion) to Niel Larsen (B-3 with… Continue
Added by Richard Malcolm on April 7, 2009 at 12:08am —