So Regal Theaters has announced they are planning a 16 screen theater in the new Winrock development link here and I must say I am very torn on the idea. While I'm definetly not a Cinemark fan by any means, I do enjoy the idea of this theater continuing to pick away at what little crowds the Rio is still getting. When I worked for Century Theaters, customer service was at least mentioned in the training. The projectors… Continue
This Friday, the 19th, is the closing reception for the Chroma Studios Gallery Silent Auction to benefit the Roadrunner Food Bank of NM. If you would like to see a sampling of some of the great art available for bidding, check out the Chroma Studios website!
Sorry for the vulgar post title [OK, not really], but I thought I'd get as much mileage out of 66 S&M [Scooters & Mopeds] as I could, now that it is veritably finished.
About 2 months ago, New Urban Transport announced it was closing down, after it's primary lines of scooters [Genuine and Kymco] were bought out by Vespa of Albuquerque [those zany Garcia brothers]. Not being able to stand the idea of a University area without a scooter shop, I jumped at the opportunity… Continue
So it looks like Black Market Goods will be taking over Stove gallery. They are sadly packing it in but Thomas has asked us to carry on the legacy of the space. We will move into our permanent home by the end of this month, leaving us a month to get situated and then we will have our launch show in Feb. We will offer artist studio space, gallery rentals for events and the like, and photography studio rentals by the hour and space. As we prolong we will offer our graphic design services for all… Continue
I can’t say that I’ve always seen eye to eye with departing Congresswoman Heather Wilson, but part of me has a soft spot for her. You see, we’re both members of a fairly small club – the club of Albuquerque mothers who commute by jet to work.
Long distance commuting wasn’t what I set out to do when I started down my career path. Like most people, I assumed that I’d get my education and then get a… Continue
Hanukkah and Christmas are almost here! Below are some reviews of great new books our staff liked.
Don't Look Now by Daphne Du Maurier
Patrick McGrath (introduction)
(Random House $15.95)
Daphne du Maurier wrote some of the most compelling and creepy novels of the twentieth century. In books like Rebecca, My Cousin Rachel, and Jamaica Inn she transformed the small dramas of everyday life-love, grief, jealousy-into the stuff of nightmares. Less known,… Continue
Added by Bookworks on December 15, 2008 at 1:50pm —
My partner and I are planning to buy a house together, but we will get a much better rate if I am the only one on the mortgage. What is the best way to move forward so that we both own the property, but we get the best financing possible?
When a couple goes to buy a house, they often find out that one person is in much better shape financially than the other. In this case, as in yours, it’s better for one person to take out the mortgage on the house. The… Continue
We had a tight time frame - I had an 8 PM house call that was 90 minutes - and the bus ends its service around 6:30 PM on Sunday evenings.
Fortunately, the ZipCar was right where they said it would be - .42 miles from our house - and my office is mid-way - so we got right to the ZipCar the moment our reservation began - at 8 PM - and then ran back to my office to pick some house call stuff up.
President Bush's victory lap was interrupted with an Arab insult in the lowest form. As Bush traveled around the middle east, touting his accomplishments, he was met with a pair of shoes flying towards his head. If you havent read the story check it out.
Hedwig continues to consume most of my life. Last week's thursday show was quite awesome, as it so happened that Brian Lucero (Hedwig) slammed his face into the stage during the deconstruction (during the song, "Exquisite corpse"), and proceeded to stand up, bleeding profusely from his face. We all of course took it in, and used it to finish the play in high fashion.
The rest of the shows have been quite good, save for tonight, which was very hard to get thru, being that the creeping… Continue
An almost full moon and perfect weather accompanied those walking the through the streets of South Albuquerque for the annual blessing of outdoor altars placed in front yards in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Click the image above to view a photo album of tonight's traditional Albuquerque… Continue
I originally wrote about sauntering into Fredrico's hair salon at Montgomery and Tramway with an outdated copy of Bon Appetit in my hand that had a picture of Candice Bergen on the last page and telling him to make my hair look like hers, much to the dismay of some guy on the other side of the universe, but I decided that posting pictures of the birds in the hood was infinitely more interesting. Maybe. Besides that, you can listen to my Christmas music (and yes, Marilyn Monroe singing… Continue
When tailgating the Fed Ex truck (I mean you black Acura), pay attention, please. Honking angrily at the FedEx guy when he parks in front of a house iand you almost rear end him s not appropriate holiday behavior. Especially because, well, it's the holidays and there's a distinct possibility the FedEx guy MIGHT be stopping at multiple houses this time of year and furthermore if you're not careful, when he gets to yours, you may just get a big package of coal.
Wayta Go Lobo Roundballers, beating Ole Miss, #3 S.E.C. team, 103 to 70. The Pit was alive and loud today as Steve Alford took the Lobo men to a season record of 6 wins, 4 losses on nationwide VS. TV. The Ole Miss Rebels just couldn't catch a break. Hope the rest of the season looks as good as the Lobo Men's Basketball team did today. Are we dreaming of a Sweet 16 already?…