Escuela del Sol and Harwood Art Center invite you to Encompass, a…Continue
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I'm so excited to be featuring my first Podcast today! I had so much fun interviewing Albuquerque couture bridal designer, Teresa Romero. After having been sick and on bed rest, the first thing I did when I got my voice back was interview Teresa. This is one of my favorite posts yet and I am so happy to be helping to promote some of Albuquerque's finest talent! Check it out: …Continue
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The Floral Chapel, found on 3rd Street in the Barelas neighborhood of Albuquerque is one of the finest examples of the Art Deco/Adobe style architecture that was all the rage in the early 1940's. This is a stylish building that has a rich Albuquerque heritage.…Continue
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A very cool event takes place next Friday, October 19, at the National Hispanic Cultural Center- Creative Albuquerque's 3rd Annual Creative Economy Symposium, a day-long fete, which features 2 keynote speakers, 8 local panelists- some of whom are Duke City Fix members (naturally) and fosters a dialogue that aims to bridge the gap between creativity and profit.
Entitled "PROFIT: From Striving…Continue
The stuff you want to have happen with blogs is happening—readers are getting involved in the detecting. Well, a reader. Dee turned me onto the idea of Googling the past residents of this house—way too simple for me! She even did some research and came up with the birth and death dates for Esther Nylin, who lived longer in my house than anyone else. It’s interesting to think of the people who spent time within these walls—did they quarrel (undoubtedly), make babies, read good books,…Continue
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Since 2005, ¡Globalquerque! has imported bands from all parts of the globe, enlightening local audiences along the way.
By Kevin Hopper
• Protests create too much heat for Pat Rogers to remain with a prominent local law firm. The state GOP is still standing by their National Committeman, though, for now.
• We're #312!…Continue
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I recently went on a hike up in the Placita's to see the famed Sandia Man Cave. If you are not familiar with this then let me tell ya. Some dude, a student from UNM, back in the 30's found it, said there were some old bones of a Wooly Mammoth, a Giant Sloth and some ancient tools left there by some folk traveling through about 10,000 years ago.
As this has been highly debated among the intellectual science types, I won't go into detail (intellectual science types bore me)…Continue
Last night marks the second week since the big eclipse event in Albuquerque. That means that the moon moved to the opposite side of the playground and another eclipse happened, this time a partial of the full moon.
Reading about the event in a news story last night I prepped my equipment so everything would be ready at 4:30am when I was to crawl out of bed and see if there was anything worth shooting.
I was glad I was ready for the event, for when my wife…Continue
Great sky last night and I may have gotten a trifecta of solar images while shooting the eclipse. First of course is the ring of fire itself, but I may have also gotten an image of a solar flare, a sunspot, and the classic Shark Fin sunset which is so Albuquerque.
This image reminds me of one of those Star War scenes from one of the originals. I don't even mind the reverse reflection.
The rest of the images in larger size can be seen …Continue
A couple of weeks ago, Heather Hitchens, Executive Director of the American Theatre Wing, was in town to talk about the contributions performing arts make to a local economy and…Continue
How in the world do you celebrate National Public Gardens Day? By taking advantage of free admission to the Albuquerque Botanical Garden, that's how.
Thanks to Better Homes & Garden, ABQ BioPark patrons were able to…
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Lenore Chiarello Gibson of Rio Rancho might have a small role in Say Goodnight Gracie when it comes to Popejoy Sunday afternoon. Then again, she might…Continue
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According to a study prepared by the Benton Foundation, "since 2005 PEG Access Centers in at least 100 communities across the United States have been closed or endured severe funding cuts,…Continue