Whether it's "Lisa Chavez BDSM", "Albuquerque rock stars" or "breaking bad albuquerque octopus", we... um... apparently got you covered.
Here's a dump of recent search terms referring the unwitting to Duke City Fix:
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So there I was in a Nob Hill parking lot behind a rainbow painted car with an Om on the trunk, when a couple walked by. She was late 20s, he at least 65. Unaware of my presence, they kissed giddily and she tugged on one of his greying locks. "Oh what's this?" she asked pulling a strand away from his face. "Hey it's bird poop," she crooned. "That means you're…
At about 10pm last night, I received this email from a friend who apparently has an unaccompanied grandma at his house. How that happens, I have no idea but she needs a ride to the Sunport this morning and we've volunteered for chauffeur duty.
Here are the instructions I received from her Albuquerque grandson:
First off, thank you thank you thank you.
Second, here are the details:
1) Her name is Lucy 2) She does not have a key to the…
At $2.50 a pop, those "environmentally friendly frankfurters" touted in yesterday's Journal have got to be the cheapest lunch downtown. I stopped by the electric car hot-dog stand today with a friend to scope out the scene and can testify that it was a solid dawg experience.
Cart Parked in Downtown ABQ Serves Up Earth-Friendly Hot Dogs and Ice…
This Sunday, consider heading to what my friend Miguel calls Albuquerque's "Cilantro Triangle" in the SE Heights for Songkran, the Thai New Year festival. I've never been myself, but if there's thai food, music, and dance, you probably can't go wrong. Early this morning, I stopped by to chat with the monks sweeping the small festival area and told 'em you'd be there.
In what may actually be an elaborate scheme to get fired at the height of his career, Jim Belshaw, one of the few bright souls at the Albuquerque Journal who doesn't eat the thin grey gruel they serve for breakfast, recently sent this email:
I suppose I should have written this to DCF so it would show up as a post or comment or…
It's billed as "the 505's freshest variety show" and I'm not arguing. Sunday School is Albuquerque's monthly performance art tradition that's still going strong the last Sunday of the month in Barelas. That's TONIGHT for those of you without a calendar.
Sunday School: The 505's Freshest Variety Show. Putting together a monthly performance of New Mexico's finest musicians, poets, dancers, and funny ass performers. Usually the… Continue
Added by chantal on March 30, 2008 at 7:30am —
Worse than stalking your neighbor's backyard on Google Earth is the Fundrace 2008 tool by Huffingtonpost. Above is a birds-eye view of Albuquerque's campaign donations colored by party affiliation as well as candidate, but it gets truly scary when you type in your address and hunt your…