In northern New Mexico, La Bajada is the hill to remember. Down south, that honor falls to the towering heights of Emory Pass. The difference is that the road over Emory Pass has not been straightened out--and though paved, it is still steep, narrow, twisting, and perilously beautiful.
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In SE Albuquerque.
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Buddhist Temple, Louisiana &… Continue
Added by Dee Cohen on May 20, 2013 at 6:00am —
Those familiar with Rudolfo Carrillo's work will absolutely love this new piece. As the title suggests, a marvelous, complicated trip awaits the reader. "I dreamt Orion was invisible." says the poet. So that pretty much leaves us to wander without his familiar presence. Yes, "The hunter lies… Continue
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At Indian Jewelry & Crafts on Central downtown.
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Part of 'Project Share' on Yale @ Kathryn.
Added by Dee Cohen on May 18, 2013 at 6:00am —
- The state's shortage of healthcare providers will only worsen as more people gain access to coverage.
- A group of senators from the…
Added by hettie on May 17, 2013 at 7:00am —
At Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Griegos.
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On the first Monday in May, I gave a talk at the Aux Dog Theatre to half a hundred people who had an interest in Jersey… Continue
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Downtown's newest grocery will likely be double the size of the original proposal. The neighbors are trying to keep up too.
Despite the recent… Continue
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Vigil's on 2nd near Lomas.
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A new report shows Albuquerque is still struggling with a substantial jobs deficit.
Despite statewide job numbers, housing sales in the Duke City… Continue
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In Old Town.
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NOB HILL--Call me dense. I made a prediction about 25 years ago that all of us would become brain surgeons. We could operate on our friends--slicing through tissue and foam, deftly tying off thousands of nerve endings, and understanding what we were doing after only a few minutes at the computer. Continue
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Albuquerque is getting some positive press as a travel destination, from USA Today and a new-ish travel… Continue
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- Despite last week's mild rain, the drought is having a profound effect on some New Mexico communities.
- In an effort to tide Albuquerque over during dry times, the city's Water…
Added by hettie on May 13, 2013 at 7:00am —
Visitors to Old Town take a rest.
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