Still waiting on my friggen mirror bracket that was shipped from NC on the 29th of Jan ... their tracking center leaves a lot to be desired ... guess I've gotten spoiled with UPS tracking information services ..
Added by David M on February 5, 2009 at 9:22pm —
I posted this for a short time last weekend and then pulled it because I wanted to think about it for a while before posting again. There have been quite a few blogs and discussions about Albuquerque's future and growth, each one prompting me to wonder if I feel good or bad about it. It's a conflict in my head.
I moved here in March, 31 years ago. I was very disappointed with the lack of green, the lack of (what i knew as) ethnic food, the sand that blew in my face, the lack of… Continue
Added by Sarahjmd on February 5, 2009 at 7:30pm —
*Martini Mike circa 1980? (I can't believe I'm sharing this picture!)
Each day on the way to my day job I pass a La Quinta
where I once lived. I thank God for the brain capacity to have continually upgraded my living situation and lot in life. I speed towards my technical career at a Fortune 500 company. I think, “Gosh I’m smart”. (OK, I don’t… Continue
Added by Michael P. "Martini Mike" D'Arco on February 5, 2009 at 12:00pm —
The infamous Northwest Loop road is back on the minds of engineers, developers and politicians in the metro region. The NM Dept. of Transportation
sent a letter to area stakeholders announcing a public meeting that will be held in Rio Rancho on Feb. 10 to discuss planning and construction of the NW Loop Road.
The proposed right of way heads north from I-40 (more than five… Continue
Added by Gabriel Nims on February 5, 2009 at 10:30am —
Okay, this is not as epic as the title might suggest. It's really about one cider in particular: Tractor'
s Pear. As the dry British import hard ciders become increasingly hard to find, I've been looking for an alternative. K Cider is no longer at Jubilation. Strongbow is a tag below an empty shelf at Talin Market. It's been years since I've seen even a hint of Blackthorn on tap. It's easy enough to track down the… Continue
Added by Edith Grove on February 5, 2009 at 10:00am —
Jerry Dragoo of Albuquerque
was recently featured on a PBS show about skunks
. It was fun seeing him discuss skunks under the bright blue skies of New Mexico on the tube. He has a webiste about skunks called, Dragoo.org
... And there's Jerry Dragoo on Google
Kudos to another New… Continue
Added by Jeff Hartzer on February 5, 2009 at 9:39am —
The February 2nd Sports Illustrated
magazine from February 2nd 2009, has a wonderful "Point After" (last page) story about Albuquerque Pro-Golfer, Notah Begay
. The column is about athletes who 'help others' written by Selena Roberts.
Notah Begay grew up in poverty on the Isleta Pueblo.At age 28 he had already earned $3 million dollars in golf prizes/awards and is now entering his 13th PGA season. He has established the non-profit Notah Begay III Foundation to 'increase… Continue
Added by Jeff Hartzer on February 5, 2009 at 9:15am —
Added by Somegye on February 5, 2009 at 5:30am —
But of course, bunnies in New Mexico love their tortillas
. These two new cuties are living it up at BunnytownUSA
Added by Jeff Hartzer on February 4, 2009 at 5:00pm —
Added by Chroma Studios on February 4, 2009 at 1:43pm —
I'm finally getting to move into the Burque! I've been living in Rio Rancid for about 8 years now, and am so happy to be moving to our new place up off of Tramway. Rio Rauncho just doesn't measure up to the Burque.
I've found several nice contractors: Quetzal Mechanical, who serviced our old furnace and nearly threw up, it was in such bad shape. We had him install another one. He's great, super professional, and most of all SHOWED UP WHEN HE SAID HE WOULD. Imagine… Continue
Added by mistypilgrim on February 4, 2009 at 10:30am —
by Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot (Farrar, Straus, & Giroux $25)
In The Third Chapter, the renowned sociologist, Dr. Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot, offers a strong counterpoint to the ambivalence that shrouds our clear view of people in their third chapters. She challenges the still prevailing and anachronistic images of aging by documenting and revealing the ways in which the years between fifty and seventy-five may, in fact, be the most transformative and… Continue
Added by Bookworks on February 4, 2009 at 9:51am —
What kind of a statement would it be to give your sweetie chemically processed flowers with a carbon footprint the size of a wildebeest, grown by impoverished workers compensated little for their efforts? Now that's a romantic basis for your heart-felt sentiment! I might embellish some, but it's true that most of the flowers you purchase from traditional florists are grown near the equator in Africa or Latin America utilizing chemicals that may or may not even be legal here in the States. Worse… Continue
Added by Aeaeae on February 4, 2009 at 9:30am —
And is not ready for unmarried heterosexual couples either, for that matter. The domestic partnership bill
is on life-support. Which means if it were my partner, I could not visit it in the hospital without bringing legal papers to allow me access. The argument against seems to come down to traditional values and religious beliefs. I can't do much about countering someone's religious beliefs, other than to point out they… Continue
Added by David Cramer on February 4, 2009 at 8:00am —
- Uncertain about how to kill lots of time during the national recession? Try knitting.
- UNM is basically on fire, creating a great side show to compliment our…
Added by Somegye on February 4, 2009 at 5:30am —
"Welcome to Postwar USA' is finally in mp3 retailers. Please consider buying a copy from iTunes or Amazon.com, you can also find it on emusic and many other retailers. Every purchase helps to push me up ahead of the likes of Katy Perry and her onslaught of shit music, so please support REAL MUSIC!
Added by brian botkiller on February 3, 2009 at 7:56pm —
Note: I'm not affiliated with this app, just a fan.
If you're rich enough that you can still afford your iPhone but also feeling strapped for cash or just wanting to unload a few items without the hassles of eBay, Craigslist or a yard sale, try Thirsty Pocket
Added by kevbo on February 3, 2009 at 4:30pm —
BRIDGE BLVD. & 2ND ST. SW--One mile south of here, over between the bike path and the river, is one of the most jaw-dropping sights of the urban landscape: a five acre "garden" of broken glass. And like any grown man, I thought that it would be the perfect spot to take my eight-year-old grandson...especially one who has been taken everywhere in the city from the A
rboretum to the Z
oo. "Jaded" is not a term I would use to describe such… Continue
Added by Johnny_Mango on February 3, 2009 at 9:19am —
Obviously, I don't use this blog very often. No, I'm not asleep, I'm doing other things such as posting to Burque Birding
or Open Space
or Born in Burque
or Isotopes Fans
Added by Bosque Bill on February 3, 2009 at 7:51am —
Added by Somegye on February 3, 2009 at 5:30am —