I just finished Running Alone in Photographs by Robert Mirabal and it is AMAZING! Anyone who knows of Robert Mirabal, or anyone that is in love with New Mexico for that matter, will love this book. It is sweet, sad, full of characters you probably know, and has lots of Robert's poetry.
Added by Stephen Smith on February 26, 2009 at 4:09pm —
We want to share our updated portfolio and website with our Albuquerque friends and colleagues. It's always hard to make time to update the site, but in this "economic downturn" / these "uncertain times" (OK, who here is sick of hearing these two phrases?), we had this opportunity to take stock of what we've done over the last 6 years. We have a lot of new… Continue
Added by Baker A+D on February 16, 2009 at 11:40am —
I posted this for a short time last weekend and then pulled it because I wanted to think about it for a while before posting again. There have been quite a few blogs and discussions about Albuquerque's future and growth, each one prompting me to wonder if I feel good or bad about it. It's a conflict in my head.
I moved here in March, 31 years ago. I was very disappointed with the lack of green, the lack of (what i knew as) ethnic food, the sand that blew in my face, the lack of… Continue
This is a don't miss show if you love Burlesque, circus acts, dancing, singing and of course lovely women strutting their stuff. Just $15 and you don't have to use Ticketmaster, you can just drop by or call the beautiful Kimo and they will set you… Continue
Added by Celine on January 26, 2009 at 4:00pm —
Whether you’re a Burqueño, a Northeast Heightseño or a Nob Hilleño, you know it. I know it. Coronado Wieners are where it’s at…wherever that may be. They’re the bomb…and the packaging looks like one too--like a case of dynamite from a loony western cartoon.
I once debated with myself about smuggling a two-pound, pink package of Coronados with me on a plane. But I feared it would have caused panic with the TSA once the wieners hit the… Continue
We met for the first time nearly a decade ago. You were meant to be a rest spot, a mere pause in my vector aimed somewhere else.
I had never even heard of Albuquerque—your name like a rock in my mouth, damn near impossible to spell. I had pictured desert palms sweeping upwards majestically, a globular sun bright as egg yolks. I imagined sand, coyotes, and glittery sombreros. I packed only shorts and t-shirts.
I am new to this world. My main interest is in the area of real estate. I am an agent with Keller Williams Realty and have been in the industry for about 12 years now. I am a native New Mexican. Yesterday, the Albuquerque Journal Outlook had an article that said interest rates will probably be at 4.5% for a 30 year loan next week. Today interest rates are at 5.1%. I never thought I would see these rates. Also, the government is thinking about giving a $22,000 tax credit to homebuyers. This is… Continue
The New Mexico State Legislature has approved funding
to develop genetically-modified chile.
Is there anything wrong with our chile now that it
requires modification? Isn't it wonderful just as it
is, delicious and nutritious and flavorful?
Genetically-modified seeds automatically become
the property of its creators.
Want to learn more?
Come on out to the UNM SUB Ballroom
on December 13th at… Continue
Added by Cyrus on December 4, 2008 at 1:16pm —
Wow! There were so many times in the past eight years that I thought a positive change to the national political scene was going to be impossible without a total breakdown of the system, a complete dismantling and even civic revolution. Last night, watching a new, young, charismatic leader accept the Presidency Elect of our country I was (thankfully) proved wrong.
Barack Obama and his brilliant campaign team have, I believe, changed the election process for the future of America.… Continue
Tonight is our three-hour Grand Opening Celebration!
Come on out for the Northeast Heights Artscrawl and jump into the fun as our gallery celebrates its grand opening.
Enjoy work by over 55 artists and craftspeople. Jump start your holiday shopping. Shop local. Mingle with the artists. Enjoy refreshments and live bellydancing by the Sultry Kittens Bellydance Troupe. Come see what we're all about.
Enjoy work by over 55 local artists and craftspeople, in a wide range of genres and techniques (including jewelry, oil painting, mosaic, sculpture, bronze, watercolor, silk painting, glass, pottery, photography, and more!). We’ve taken this place from dream to reality and we want you to share in the fun.
We've been open for business for a couple of weeks now and we've gotten great feedback from fellow artists and local shoppers. Most call our approach "daring" and "exciting" and have been happy to see the results of our well-laid plans.
This photos shows the gateway from our main featured hallway, leading into our larger gallery space (with 20-foot ceilings). Work on display in this image includes pieces by Caitlin Padilla, Christian Gallegos, Jeannette Lyle, Rich… Continue
This morning I woke up early to get everything ready for a ride to Ponderosa. I usually prepare everything the night before, packing my camera, batteries, snacks, water, GPS etc. But I don't load it on the bike until the next morning. The sun was just making its way up behind the… Continue
Added by buggs on September 21, 2008 at 6:30am —
Well in this segment we finally reached the Monticello Box. It was a good ride, there was plenty of water crossings getting there and I was soaked. On this picture you can see the camera mounted on the helmet. It is a good set up, except it's hard to aim it correctly. On the bike when I stand I get a different view as when I am sitting, so I might… Continue
We continued to penetrate the Monticello stream valley with LC4Dakar leading the way. Our goal was to reach the box. The water did not seem as deep as in the beginning, but the stream had plenty of water. We started to see more of the canyon and soon the canyon would get taller. We still had not reached the green gate.…
Many people have asked who we are. We are proud to present our current artist list (updated frequently, as we get new members).
We're getting ready for our soft opening (any day now!) and we're offering up a teaser of some of the artists and work we're housing. We've already made sales to people passing by our window display--and we're not officially open yet!
The Wooden Cow Gallery is currently home to 55 artists (25 owners and 30…Continue