Added by Revolutions International Theatre Festival on January 15, 2008 at 5:16pm — No Comments
SILVER & ASH SE--Last Sunday, following the suggestion of Crista's DCF post on the Realtors’ Parade of Historic Homes, MaryAnn and I toured the Tingley Mansion on Silver Ave. near Presbyterian Hospital. Built in 1930 for Clyde and Carrie Tingley, the house is now on the market.…
Added by Somegye on January 15, 2008 at 5:13am — No Comments
Start: 01/29/2008 - 5:00pm
Here's a tantalizing thought in light of all those green Qs decorating our city of late:…Continue
The 8th Annual Revolutions International Theatre Festival begins Tuesday with a kick off party at the Albuquerque Museum.The party will feature visiting artists, food, and surprise…Continue
Looks like we'll be in the East Nob Hill/Uptown/Highland business - or whatever that area is called - just off of Copper and west of San Mateo! This is great! The house is right in the area we wanted to be and apparently it has a sunroom, a great backyard with excellent gardening potential and the neighborhood is fairly quiet and walkable. Now I just need to find my morning coffee joint.
I love this despite the anachronism of Jar Jar Binks being on the Death Star.
Added by Girlmarie on January 14, 2008 at 12:28am — No Comments
An architectural rendering of the Virgin Galactic terminal at the Spaceport in southern New Mexico, titled Flight at Dawn, is the…Continue
Added by JMG on January 13, 2008 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Fate and circumstance have given me the pulse of the criminal element of New Mexico.
If any get to this page and have questions about criminals, sentencing by the courts, law enforcement, gangs or anything related to the seedier side of the life, especially the things that people just shake their heads at in the news, let me know. Likely, I'll either know the answer or can find it out quickly.
I've done security work at a wide number of locations, have knowledge regarding child…Continue
Added by Bill on January 13, 2008 at 11:02am — No Comments
Public investment in, and maintenance of, infrastructure is not a glamorous topic. Most people take this kind of stuff for granted - functioning pipes and storm water ponds and streets. Traffic lights that work. After all, this is what we pay taxes for. When a water line ruptures or a street light fails, one government crew or another will come fix it. Presto.
But being at least…Continue
The Duke City Fix pumps ABQ.
The Fix is a heart monitor of sorts, modulating with the pulse of the city and every willing citizen. It is one of the finest examples of new post-Web crowdsourced community journalism in the world today. We all should be quite proud of this new venue, now Ning'd.
Venue. There it is. Old media had its channels and newspapers. New media has its venues, where communication methods mingle in new ways. Thriving.
Not only is the Fix…Continue
HA HA! I am heading for sunny San Diego in an hour to watch the Lady Lobos play this weekend, and you're not. High 60s to mid 70s by Sunday.
Of course, there will be a few other thigs to do, like several lobster tacos at World Famous overlooking Pacific Beach. I have my sun screen, my shades, my camera, my Lobo sweatshirt and a rapidly developing thirst for several huge bottles of Arrogant Bastard, that fine San Diego micro-brew.
Ta ta! See ya on Monday, maybe. ;-)
I chanced upon a bargain while grocery shopping this evening.
Celery Sticks - $6.99 /lb
Available now at Albertsons on Coors & Montaño!
Get them while they last!
(pardon the crappy cell phone photo)…Continue