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Synergy from Cairo to Burque--How Art Meets Community

Imagine that an American woman visiting Cairo gets into such a profound conversation about what's up with arts and community in Albuquerque that she decides to move here. Twelve years later, more than a decade after she first volunteered for ArtStreet, the woman has become the coordinator of this visionary arts program. Now, with a staff of four people plus… Continue

Added by lisa gill on September 3, 2010 at 10:00am — No Comments

The Nob Hill Grower's Market--Morningside Park 3-6:30 pm

Well, I arrived too late for the almond pastries, but the market was bustling with activists who had plenty of ideas left. It was interesting to attend the chili-tasting booth set up by Isaura Andaluz, an activist concerned with protecting NM farmers from the greedy grasp of the GE (genetically engineered) food giant Monsanto. Isaura has been working ten years with the SaveNMseeds group ( hoping the legislature and the voters of NM… Continue

Added by Merimee Moffitt on September 3, 2010 at 9:51am — 1 Comment

Morning Fix: Educational Issue

  • Bruce Malott. What were you thinking?
  • The student body president at Rio Grande High School is getting a lawyer because of…

Added by Adelita on September 3, 2010 at 6:00am — 7 Comments

Narcissism or Art?

At some point in the history of humans, we saw ourselves looking back out of a still pool of water and we have been fascinated with our reflections ever since.

So, are the reflections I propose to post here — on the business and pleasure of entertainment — simple narcissism? I hope not.

Some people make the case that performing arts are all about showing off. For many performers, they’d be right. Others on our stages, though, deserve the name artist. They look in the… Continue

Added by Terry S. Davis on September 3, 2010 at 6:00am — 1 Comment

Can we ensure Strong Starts for Children?

New Mexico is a wondrous place to live. I could never think of living any place else. I love the people, the landscapes, the culture and the food. So for me it is heartbreaking that so many our very young children are at risk. The success of our families and young children is will determine our future and I am committed to helping make that happen. KNME broadcasts quality, well researched children’s programs like Sesame Street, Between the Lions,… Continue

Added by Laurel Wyckoff on September 2, 2010 at 4:31pm — No Comments

Morning Fix: A Change Is Gonna Come

  • Brother, can you spare a spare tire?
  • The saga continues at Rio Grande High School.
  • An Albuquerque apartment complex says…

Added by Adelita on September 2, 2010 at 6:00am — 2 Comments

Things I Overheard At The Water Cooler

The State Fair is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays this year, or so the Germans would have us believe. There's still horse racing, and you have to pay for parking, if you park on grounds, but I have it on good authority that everything but the midway is open. I know for a fact that there… Continue

Added by Masshole in Fringecrest on September 1, 2010 at 9:30am — 1 Comment

Santaquerque? Albufe?

Is it me, or is the space between our two fair cities shrinking? I'm not talking about open space. I'm talking about mental space -- the idea that the two cities are so easily physically connected that the lines between live/work/play merge.

For me, the Railrunner has done this. Proper or inproper subsidies aside (which belongs on somebody else's post), I've had several experiences lately facilitated by a quick ride up to Santa Fe on the… Continue

Added by Don Brown on September 1, 2010 at 8:43am — 4 Comments

Morning Fix: The Robot-Zombies Are Coming!


Added by Adelita on September 1, 2010 at 7:00am — 3 Comments

Music This Way Comes

There's some great music coming to Albuquerque in the next few months. Get your tickets now as none of the venues are very big, and some of these acts ROCK!

Vampire Weekend - September 30 - The Showroom at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.…


Added by Alexis on August 31, 2010 at 8:45pm — 3 Comments

Zombie Crawl 2010 in the Duke City?

Wow, I haven't written on this website in over two years. I was really worried about anyone coming to my page and not seeing my pleading to be reunited with my loving dog D.J. so I stopped coming here and started waiting for the e-mail responses. It wasn't meant to be, I suppose, but I still want to believe she is with a loving family somewhere.

In my time away from the site I have fully embraced a new obsession. I am undoubtedly a bigger, more obsessive fan of the zombie genre than… Continue

Added by imouse1 on August 31, 2010 at 9:20am — No Comments

The 2nd Annual Sunday Poets Potluck

Last Saturday, MaryAnn and I hosted the second Sunday Poets Potluck. So far The Sunday Poem series has run for 89 consecutive weeks. It started February 15, 2009 with two poems by Richard Vargas and continues until the present day. 56 different local poets have been featured here, many more than once. I repeat: 56 local poets! And we are not done yet.

A Scary Bunch

It takes a lot of courage to call yourself a poet. Next time… Continue

Added by The DitchRider on August 31, 2010 at 8:20am — 4 Comments

Morning Fix: Hotter Than Heck

  • Army Pvt. Charles M. High IV gave the ultimate sacrifice. A moment of silence for this fallen soldier.
  • CNM rocks enrollment, again!
  • Anyone ever been in an…

Added by Adelita on August 31, 2010 at 5:49am — 1 Comment

Iris folding cards

I have had this blog for a couple of years. I opened it up when my Uncle passed away two years ago. I forgot about it, but now I am back...and ready to post.

My name is Melanie and I make hand made cards...the ones below that I made are Iris Folding. I learned how to make them about five years ago. It was something I didn't think I would like at first because it is so time consuming , but it grew on me. The roses below are two of the cards that I have recently made. The rose is made… Continue

Added by Melanie on August 30, 2010 at 10:27pm — 1 Comment

Space (Parking and Otherwise)

Last week I wrote about time. Today heralds my start to the academic year, aka work, after a summer off. Though it is beyond me how the summer is “off” when you are still crafting articles for publication in peer-reviewed… Continue

Added by Barelas Babe on August 30, 2010 at 10:30am — 5 Comments

Morning Fix: Smelling Like A Rose

  • Shocking news. How could this have happened?
  • Imagine graduating high school and then finding out you…

Added by Adelita on August 30, 2010 at 6:46am — 3 Comments

The Sunday Poem: Liza Wolff-Francis... American Noise

Somehow the noise of America seems timeless. "Can you spare some change?" resonates through much of the 20th century. And here we are in the 21st. Self-help slogans are everywhere. We listen for the soul of our country somewhere in this mix of verbal traffic.

Liza Wolff-Francis is a poet, writer and clinical social worker. She is an MFA student at Goddard College and has been published in Earthships Anthology, Albuquerque Almanac… Continue

Added by The DitchRider on August 29, 2010 at 8:16am — 5 Comments

Recovery Cat 8.28.2010

Thanks for Sharing: an example of the rhetorical trope of litotes (understatement), this is the delicate response one gives to someone who, in a group setting, suddenly blurts out information which is… Continue

Added by J. Paul Lanier on August 28, 2010 at 6:00am — No Comments

A Life in the Theatre

I just attended "A Life in the Theatre" a two-man play by David Mamet (1977) at the Adobe Theatre on North Forth Street. The play runs until September 5.

If you have never been in that space it is cozy and intimate, and impossible to not feel a part of the play. If not this play, then I recommend you check out the theatre.

This play is set in a local theatre. The little troupe consists of experienced and new actors. Throughout the play the veteran actor, Robert, played by… Continue

Added by vinceinburque on August 27, 2010 at 10:25pm — No Comments

In Search of Arts & Lit with an Impact like Diego Rivera

John Crawford believes in arts and literature and the impact they can have on people. John is the publisher of West End Press and the producer of the Albuquerque Cultural Conference. To him, accessibility matters. So does making "high art." He says, "I believe in art, even high art, but I also feel it should be rooted in the… Continue

Added by lisa gill on August 27, 2010 at 3:30pm — 4 Comments

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