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Added by Somegye on October 29, 2008 at 5:30am — 6 Comments

My Candidate for New Mexico's Official State Pastime: Piñon Picking

OAK FLAT, 20 MI. SOUTH OF TIJERAS--Is this the year? Traditional wisdom has it that bumper crops of piñon nuts come only once every seven years. Are we in that lucky period? I first thought so a couple weeks ago when MaryAnn and I drove the big loop around the Gila: piñon trees absolutely loaded with pine cones. Piñon picking is so common there that stiles have been provided to let pickers on to BLM and National Forest land from the highways. They… Continue

Added by Johnny_Mango on October 28, 2008 at 10:30am — 7 Comments

Morning Fix: Stuffed Mailbox

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Added by Somegye on October 28, 2008 at 5:30am — No Comments

Double Time Dance Studio Where Dancing = Fun, Not Scary

Now don’t get me wrong, if you throw on some booty music I’ll be out on the dance floor after the first few beats, but when it comes to actual formal dancing with real steps I feel a little uneasy “gettin’ up on the dance floor.” A few salsa nights at Sauce and the Cooperage turned my unease to fear since the dance floor seemed like Albuquerque’s version of Dancing with the Stars. After those few scary moments in the middle of a crowded, sweaty dance floor with some guy who thought spinning me… Continue

Added by Miranda on October 27, 2008 at 10:24pm — 3 Comments

"Trick or Vote" Nationwide, Burque-fied!



On October 31st, members of New Mexico Youth Organized will hit the Burque streets for a massive nonpartisan Get Out the Vote drive called “Trick or Vote.” The costumed force of about 200 young people will meet at Lower Johnson Field on the UNM campus at 5pm and fan out in neighborhoods across the city on Halloween to remind people to vote on November 4th.



Trick or Vote is part of a national effort to encourage youth participation in the electoral… Continue

Added by Cyrus on October 27, 2008 at 1:33pm — 7 Comments

Access to Obama

There were 45,000 hearing people in the audience and 5 signing deaf people in the bleachers behind the stage at the Obama Rally Saturday night. Regular readers of my blog may know that I'm a card-carrying member of the smaller group.



Rule Number One for deaf people: show up early to any big event with American Sign Language interpreters.

This event was no exception.



Why show up early? Well, we deaf people need to be… Continue

Added by Barelas Babe on October 27, 2008 at 10:30am — 20 Comments

Stuck in The Middle With You

It was about 8:30am Sunday morning at the Frontier. My wife and I decided that a breakfast burrito before church would be a good idea so with coffee in hand we scanned the multitude of open tables, a rarity at the Frontier on a Sunday. Moving along towards our favorite spot, we spotted friends of ours and joined them. Their voices were hoarse and strained from the Obama rally the evening before, but they beamed with excitement. They just couldn’t stop talking about Obama and how great he was… Continue

Added by Tricross on October 27, 2008 at 10:30am — 12 Comments

Halloween Is Coming! Where Are YooooU Going?

Where can I meet your mask???

Halloween is a spooky night, but clubs usually cater to those who want to get into the various S.P.I.R.I.T.S of the evening. Have checked out links to likely spots in Albuquerque. You probably know of some great spots I've missed. You may know which ones offer spectacular contests, good music, entertainment that is above average, and so on.



For starters: Is anyone wearing a costume in 2008? What are you going as? Homemade? Store… Continue

Added by Rep Ayre on October 27, 2008 at 9:00am — 10 Comments

Morning Fix: Coyote Lives

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Added by Somegye on October 27, 2008 at 5:30am — 1 Comment

Politics with a schmear



This morning, still red-eyed and tired from the Obama rally last night, I dragged myself out of bed for the breakfast and CD1 debate at Congregation Albert.



While I've known for a while that I was supporting Barack Obama for President, I hadn't made my mind up about some of the other candidates. I moved back to Albuquerque less than two years ago, and didn't know anything about either of the candidates running for the CD1 seat. I… Continue

Added by Dianne P. on October 26, 2008 at 8:22pm — 3 Comments

Albuquerque's REALLY BIG Story: Obama's Crowd 44 Times Bigger Than McCain's!

JOHNSON FIELD, UNM CAMPUS, CENTRAL & GIRARD NE--Rarely do the two Presidential candidates offer such an opportunity. Both Obama and McCain appeared the same day, yesterday, in the same town with the same amount of advance notice. They even gave the same stump speeches that we have been seeing on television for the last week. But there was all the difference in the world between the two events.

John McCain spoke in the morning at… Continue

Added by Johnny_Mango on October 26, 2008 at 4:36pm — 17 Comments

B is for...



B is for Barelas, Barrio, Burrito, Ball... Where the hell am I going with this? I ate at the Red Ball Cafe yesterday!

It's in Barelas! It's um Bellisimo! Oh wait, that's… Continue

Added by Michael P. "Martini Mike" D'Arco on October 26, 2008 at 12:02pm — 8 Comments

I was there.



At some point, it stops being about politics.

It stops being about who's right or who's wrong.

It stops being about who's going to win, who's going to lose.



Yes, it was the same speech we've heard on television many times before. Yes, it was cold and we stood there for hours and hours. Yes, there were a few people there in the crowd (okay, early estimates at the event stated somewhere in the neighborhood of… Continue

Added by Angela on October 26, 2008 at 10:30am — 1 Comment

Comfort among strangers



I just got home from the Barack Obama rally. I am tired. I am hoarse. I am hopeful.



It was exciting to volunteer for the campaign, walking the line that stretched for blocks, encouraging people to vote early. It was enlightening to talk to people whose friends were denied the right to vote, even this early in the voting, and are having to fight for the opportunity to exercise their right to vote.



It was comforting to stand… Continue

Added by Dianne P. on October 26, 2008 at 12:00am — No Comments

Melting Pot on Johnson Field

The first presidential rally I ever went to was when Governor Clinton was running for president in 1992. I was in high school, probably sophomore year, and it was between second and third session at CEC. CEC was the way for any APS student to upgrade their ticket to a first-class high-school education- hopefully it still is. I walked from the school campus to UNM, approximately where that fountain with 13 pillars… Continue

Added by Brendan on October 25, 2008 at 11:38pm — 21 Comments

Look Who's On The Phone.....

I like to joke with some of the other "media" types, that while we (Jackie, Donnie and myself) are members of the "media", we really aren't. We're three people who go in each weekday morning...chit chat (sometimes too much) and then go home for the day. We usually leave the "serious" news to other people. We're you're outlet for when Britney Spears goes crazy...or Angelina Jolie adopts another child.



One thing that we have talked quite a bit about is the excitement surrounding this… Continue

Added by Tony on October 26, 2008 at 1:15am — 6 Comments

Yard Sale-Saturday and Sunday!

hey friends - we're having a yard sale! come visit and buy our crap :)



xoxo- matie



Big yard sale! MLK & Mulberry 9-2 Sat & Sun





Huge yard sale!

furniture, women's leather jacket, fabric roof rack storage duffel, men's, women's and plus-size clothes, antiques, handbags, jewelry, cd's, books, housewares, art, paintings, craft supplies, beads, kitsch! Fun People with Fun Stuff!



NO EARLY BIRDS

9-2 SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 10-25 and… Continue

Added by Matie on October 25, 2008 at 2:00am — No Comments

Something tasty this way comes

Last night, I accused a well-known figure from ABQ's restaurant scene of sorcery.



Human sacrifice was really the only explanation I could come up with. The deliciousness really was unholy. I'm talking, of course, about Farina's pizza crust. Moist and chewy on the inside, crisp and perfectly browned on the outside, this pizza crust made me get on my knees and thank all the deities I… Continue

Added by Jessie on October 24, 2008 at 11:30am — 8 Comments

Testing.. testing.. One, Two, Three, Four, FIVE???

Are you kidding me?



I understand that Albuquerque Public Schools needed to test their sophisticated new district-wide telephone call service to help combat truancies, notifiy parents in the event of inclement weather and the like today...



But Five Times?



I knew the test was coming and I was at work. You know, that thing that prevents me from being able to play electronic-voice-over phone tag with… Continue

Added by Angela on October 23, 2008 at 7:30pm — 5 Comments

Morning Fix: More and Less

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Added by Somegye on October 24, 2008 at 5:30am — 3 Comments

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