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  • Complete Transcendence

    Complete Transcendence

    • Arts
    • February 10, 2016

    The glamorous, experimental Lispector fascinated me, as she has so many others. This writer of nine novels, numerous short stories, fashion journalism and other work was a Jewish refugee from the Ukraine who immigrated to Brazil as a child.

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  • Beer Town: So Brigid

    Beer Town: So Brigid

    Here we are, deep into February, a month that kicks off with the antics of a temperamental rodent and the feast of St. Brigid, renowned for her love of beer.

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  • 505 Entrée: Bubblicitea Café

    505 Entrée: Bubblicitea Café

    Based solely on its moniker, one might be tempted write off Bubblicitea Café as another teeny-bopper boba tea joint. Don’t.

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  • LOL: ABQ Comedy 101

    LOL: ABQ Comedy 101

    Partnering with bars and small theaters, a wave of open mics and DIY showcases rolled into Burque. At these events, local talent gets the chance to show their city what they’ve got and workshop material.

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  • N.M. Film Focus, Part 1

    N.M. Film Focus, Part 1

    This blogger-turned-columnist loves movies and the artists who create them. I’m here to shine a light on opportunities in the film industry — which just so happens to be the largest job creator in modern New Mexico history

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  • Within Range: Hot Winter Nights

    Within Range: Hot Winter Nights

    Attend Chicharra’s album release party on Friday, Feb. 5; Burqueños can revel in Saintseneca’s massive indie folk sound on Monday, Feb. 8; and Anthrax takes the stage on Wednesday, Feb. 10.

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  • Spoiler Alert!

    Spoiler Alert!

    • Arts
    • January 29, 2016

    Reunite with or introduce yourself to Burque’s best auto stylists, restorers and detailers at the 25th annual Supernationals Auto Show at Expo New Mexico this weekend.

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  • Spankin’ Saturday Night

    Spankin’ Saturday Night

    The Big Spank puts on a phenomenal show, some of the best Albuquerque have to offer. As opposed to the typical head-bobbing monotony, fans actually dance and whoop at these gigs.

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  • A Dog’s Life – And Death

    A Dog’s Life – And Death

    Melding 8mm home movies, animation and an original soundtrack, Laurie Anderson’s new film fleshes out an intimate, ruminative look at crossing over.

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  • Party Bard-y

    Party Bard-y

    A partnership with the International Shakespeare Center finds the New Mexico Museum of Art hosting a month-long series on all things Willy the Shakes this February.

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Volume III, Issue-3

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    Central to be Torn Up in May
    • February 12, 2016

    The mayor says the Albuquerque Rapid Transit project will be completed in the fall of 2017

  • No Easy Budget Fix
    No Easy Budget Fix
    • February 11, 2016

    There’s only one thing that is certain about New Mexico’s staggering budget crisis, complete with a looming $900 million shortfall for the current fiscal year, revenues that are in free fall and an outlook just as bleak for next year’s budget: there are no easy solutions and it is going to take a long time for things to get better.

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    Budget Crisis at Roundhouse (Updated)
    • February 11, 2016

    The crash in oil prices has lawmakers desperately slashing spending.

  • Hope for Ethics Reform?
    Hope for Ethics Reform?
    • February 10, 2016

    ‘This proposal is the finest example of a balanced approach to creating an ethics commission that we have seen’ -ABQ Chamber of Commerce