They are here, in Albuquerque. Beware of the…Continue
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Friday, October 17
My 86 year old mother has dementia. Her short term memory is pretty much gone but her memories of the past are crystal clear. For anyone who has a loved one with the disease, you know how difficult it can be caring for them.
On weekends, when her full-time caretaker takes her days off, my daughter, my niece and I take turns taking care of her. I usually like to do simple crafting projects…Continue
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
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Friday, October 10
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Not too long ago, Albuquerque Poet Laureate Jessica Helen Lopez and poet Don McIver asked poets and photographers to help them create a Love Letter to Albuquerque. This is the result. Thank you and we do love…Continue
I’ve been reflecting on my eight years moderating and writing for DCF and realized that some of my dearest friendships have been made right here. Two of the nicest people I have become friends with have a particularly wonderful story as a result of being DCF members - they met here, fell in love and got married!Continue
Looks like some local breweries represented the Duke City well at the Great American Beer Festival! Not only was New Mexico one of the top three states by ratio of medals to entries (NM 10% with 84 entries and 8 medals), but…Continue
You know the saying, "So much to do, so little time?" Well, make some time because there is so much to do!
Friday, October 3…Continue
(Posted on behalf of Ben Moffett)
When the balloons fly over Albuquerque the next few days, local Burquenos may want to bone up on the history of what many people…Continue
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A new public work of art is being installed at 1st Street and the Lead Avenue bridge. It's called Auto Hawk and is by former Duke City resident and artist, Christopher Fennell. I'm sure it will have its fair share of criticism, but I like it. …Continue
Former Duke City Fix blogger, and Albuquerque food writer, Andrea Feucht has written a must-have guide to eating and dining in Albuquerque,…Continue
Added by Adelita on September 30, 2014 at 7:00pm — No Comments
To be honest, I didn't know we had a "wall of fame" here. Rudolfo Anaya, godfather of contemporary Chicano literature has just been inducted to the wall located at the Alvarado Transportation Center on 1st Street. Congratulations to Mr. Anaya! He's only the second inductee. Do you know who the first inductee was?