Something amazing happened last night. That’s right AMAZING. A friend and fellow Duke City Fix member, Krista, posted something on her Facebook page that piqued my interest. She posted a link to the Albuquerque Museum of Art’s…Continue
The last day of the year is, of course, the perfect time to reflect on all that has happened. I feel love for my beautiful family, my little patch of dirt in the North Valley where my home sits, and my animals that remind me of unconditional love.
Speaking of love, I have a whole lot of it for my hometown. …Continue
A very wonderful, thoughtful, and visionary group of people created a place for the whole community to share - the Rail Yards Market. It was an overwhelmingly successful market that brought people from all over the city to gather as a community.
The city has a different idea of what that space should be. The…Continue
As we prepare for our Thanksgiving celebration all across the city, we’d lke to take a moment to say Thank You to our wonderful Duke City Fix community. We really appreciate the engagement, comments, and stories on this site.
If you haven’t already read it, Bruce Welton wrote a …Continue
Did you know that Small Business Saturday is November 29? Small Business Saturday is a great way to avoid the crush of Black Friday at the mall and big box stores, and a way to support local…
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The folk art/recycle art community in this town is full of raw talent, quirkiness, and in some cases, pure genius. What better way to celebrate all of this than sharing art, music and food? Today was the 11th Annual Corkfest festival in the South Valley.
To give you an idea of the history of this…Continue
I happened upon One Day Tour of Albuquerque on About.com and was thinking about all the places I recommend to people visiting our fair city. One day only makes it a bit of a challenge…Continue
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The best thing about being involved with Duke City Fix is that I have met some of the wild and crazy people that inhabit these cyberspace pages. I’ve met many of these folks through the organization of the Porque Burque Art and Craft Show.