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
Let's just get this straight, Red Light Cameras is one of the coolest bands around.
They started as a Pixies inspired garage band, but after the addition of powerhouse vocalist, Amanda Machon, the band took a turn to become a soulful, blues inspired garage pop…Continue
A legend amongst us has died. Bobby Keys was best know as the saxophone player for the Rolling Stones, but his legacy reaches far beyond the Stones. You can hear him playing on recordings with Freddy Cannon, Dion, Elvis, John Lennon, Warren…Continue
This is one busy weekend! Plan it all out so you can do it all!
Friday, December 5
For about a week I was without heat in my office. I work in a very old building and the radiators in the offices were ice cold. It was hard working in such a cold environment. I even posted a status on my Facebook page complaining about my very cold office. Many friends were sympathetic and offered space heaters and…Continue
In what is apparently the largest gift ever given to the UNM Athletics Department, The Pit will now be known as the WisePies Arena for the next 10 years. While it's at least a locally owned company,…Continue
You just can't talk about music in the Duke City without mentioning Alberto Nelson Sanchez, also known as Al Hurricane, the Godfather of New Mexico Hispano Music.
Al Hurricane has had quite an illustrious career recording over 20 albums, both solo and with brothers Tiny…Continue
This is a "What To Do in ABQ" post that you should read very carefully. There is a little bit of magic to be given away to a lucky member. And don't forget about Small Business Saturday! Buy local!
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
While my heart will always belong to the blues, reggae is a close second. The Harder They Come soundtrack was one of my favorite albums as a kid and is still in constant rotation in my playlists. I love reggae.
Back in 1993, three La Cueva students felt the same way about reggae and…Continue
Do yourself a favor and take a break from buying yams and stuffing and go out and do something fun!
Friday, November 21
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…
Couldn't resist. I had to go to the Levitated Toy Factory open house and check out this mystery business. Through the crush of people I was able to take a few photographs of what happens behind their doors. There were giant cardboard structures and small cardboard pieces for people to play with. Their …Continue
I know that Austin and Nashville are great music cities, but did you know that Albuquerque has a great musical history and incredible talent? That’s right, we have outstanding musicians, singers, and bands in this town! Every Saturday I will post videos and a little history of musical legends, old and young, that either play in Albuquerque or got their start…Continue
Friday, November 14
Here's a little ditty by local legend Lewie Wickham of the Wickham Brothers. Lewie was a fixture at the "T" House in Corrales for years. Any of you remember those days? Lewie sure knew how to write a great song. Here's a video of Lewie talking about his life growing up in New Mexico and…Continue
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Art, music, theater, birds and roller derby! It is all happening here in ABQ!
Friday, November 7
Albuquerque had its own version of what was to be the largest, loudest drum circle as a tribute to Boadrum. Organizer and conductor Kris Kerby said he hoped for one hundred drummers to show up at Kit Carson Park. Around 30-40 drummers of all…Continue
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