It was a busy weekend in Albuquerque. There were car shows and cash mobs and, biggest of them all, the Centennial Summerfest.…
Good morning and good Sunday, Albuquerque! Rich Boucher here, poet, desert compound prophet and DitchRider Guest Editrix for the month of June. I've given a lot of thought to how…Continue
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Man, today was a good day. It was one of those days where all the pieces fall together beautifully. The online world intersected with the real world, social media gave way to social interaction, and locals met with other locals to support…
In past years, this historic home near Roma & 12th hosted events for Bloomsday, a celebration of the life and work of Irish author James…
Last night at our regular University Heights Association board meeting I discovered that no one would be available to attend the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony celebrating the completion of the Lead/Coal project we've all been surviving. As a freelance writer with a…Continue
Sophie Martin once asked me to do something I had never done before. I asked her why she thought I could do it. She said she knew I could do it because I studied…Continue
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Gertrude Zachary completed her homage to lavish French architecture in 2008 on the unlikely corner of 2nd & Lead…Continue
Here we are again, my friends, another Sunday and another installment of poetry! This is Guest Editrix Rich Boucher once more, still filling in for Jon and glad to see that things are…Continue
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Whenever I see a Thợ rừng (that's lumberjack in Vietnamese), I get hungry for Pho. This guy welcomes customers into the May Cafe on Louisiana &…Continue
I hate to say here we go again - but... this time it's the Venus Traverse.
First image is on my blog with link to larger image. I suspect I will be able to get even better shots as the sun approaches the horizon and we get a sunset with the traverse at the same time.
Larger images and links…Continue
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Motorcycles glide by Albuquerque's famous Kimo Theater. Built in 1927, this art deco beauty still remains a vibrant part of the city. Located on Central and…Continue
Good morning, readers! This is Guest Editor Rich Boucher here, proud to fill in for Jon the month of June - I promise I won't break too many things, and I will clean up after myself! Promise!
Now, then....onward to the poetry.....
...we are gifted this morning with two poems by Susan Sherman, who will be giving a reading to celebrate the release of her book, "The Light that Puts an…Continue