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Employment

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT WANTED

I am looking for a responsible Administrative assistant. Position is flexible, so students and others can apply. Computer literacy is a plus.Send resume to robingrogan01@gmail.com
Wednesday, February 10

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT WANTED

I am looking for a responsible Administrative assistant. Position is flexible, so students and others can apply. Computer literacy is a plus.Send resume to robingrogan01@gmail.com
Tuesday, February 9

MGR STNT ADMFIN SUPPT LAW

Position Summary: Reporting to the Law School Dean, this position provides strategic leadership and management of the Law School's student recruitment, admissions, and financial support programs; plans and implements initiatives to support enrollment and financial aid goals; participates in associated policy review, planning and development. This position also: provides full review and evaluation of all first-year, transfer, and visiting student applications for the Juris Doctor program; provides guidance and coordination to the faculty admissions committee; oversees the administration of the Law School's recruitment, admissions, and enrollment processes, ensures compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, UNM policies and procedures; plans and manages financial aid programs including scholarships, fellowships, grants, student employment, federal financial aid, and emergency loans; develops, evaluates and modifies methods, procedures, and structures for effective delivery of related services; plans and manages the Admissions Office's organizational structure and staff to accomplish objectives; may serve on admissions and financial aid-related UNM planning and policy committees. Leads enrollment management planning for the School; plans and develops strategies to meet student recruitment and enrollment goals; develops and implements marketing plans, recruitment and outreach initiatives, and collaborates with prelaw programs statewide. Provides direction in planning and developing office infrastructure, including software and related technology and determining how technology can enhance effectiveness and efficiency. Develops and manages annual Law Admissions budgets; performs periodic cost and productivity analyses. Represents the Law School at various community and/or business meetings, committees, and task forces; promotes programs and policies. This position is also responsible for accreditation reports and surveys for organizations such as the American Bar Association and the Law School Admission Council. The position requires significant specialized knowledge/understanding of a law school community and its functions. The ability to interact and communicate professionally and respectfully with a diverse constituency and population is essential. The ability to travel extensively/periodically work evenings and weekends is also required. This is a benefits eligible position. UNM offers educational benefits through the tuition remission and dependent education programs. See the a href="https://hr.unm.edu/resources-jobseekers" target="_blank" Prospective Employee page for a more complete explanation of UNM benefits. Minimum Qualifications: Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution that are above the minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis. Bachelor's degree; at least 7 years of experience that is directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. A directly related higher degree from an accredited institution may be substituted for experience on a year-for-year basis. Preferred Qualifications: Supervisory experience. Strong communication, customer service/interpersonal skills. A strong preference will be given to applicants with higher education/administration experience, especially in the areas of recruiting, admissions and financial aid. Some preference to applicants who hold a J.D. degree from an ABA accredited law school, and have significant specialized knowledge and understanding of a law school community and functions, gained through previous work experience in a legal education setting. Institutional Commitment: The University of New Mexico is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class.
Wednesday, February 3

MARKETING REP/UNIT

Position Summary: The University of New Mexico Los Alamos is a two-year branch campus of the University of New Mexico located approximately 90 miles northwest of Albuquerque. UNM-Los Alamos is a two-year branch campus with an emphasis on teaching excellence, the Los Alamos Campus offers academic transfer courses, as well as vocational and technical courses to the citizens of Los Alamos County, Sandoval County, and northern New Mexico. The faculty and staff serve a student body of fewer than 1,000 credit students each semester. UNM Los Alamos is seeking a Marketing Representative. This person develops and coordinates a wide variety of marketing programs and activities. May serve as a media contact. Maintains UNM LA website & updates social media profiles. Writes and/or edits marketing and promotional materials such as brochures, flyers, and other documents; coordinates special marketing events. UNM emphasizes providing quality customer service to staff, faculty, students and patrons that require services. We are looking for someone who shares that attitude. This position is a full time, benefits eligible position. The University of New Mexico provides a comprehensive package of benefits including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. In addition, UNM offers educational benefits through the tuition remission and dependent education programs. See the a href="http://hr.unm.edu/prospectemp.php" target="_blank" Prospective Employee a page for a more complete explanation of UNM benefits. Minimum Qualifications: Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution that are above the minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis. Bachelor's degree; at least 1 year experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. Preferred Qualifications: -Evidence of strong writing skills -Additional years of experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified -Experience in a higher education environment -Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, as well as working with broadly diverse communities Institutional Commitment: The University of New Mexico is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class.
Tuesday, February 2

FEMALES 18-35 HIRED CASH*

Females ages 18-35 hired for glamour nude photo modeling.Same day cash paid. Must be comfortable with nudity and have a flair for this type of modeling.Not for publication. In ABQ. Call 24/7 505 750-2058

SR CONTRACT & GRANT ADMNS

Position Summary: Funding is available through 09/30/2016; continuance beyond that date is subject to the Department's operational needs as outlined in UBPPM #3200, Employee Classifications, https://policy.unm.edu/university-policies/3000/3200.html NM EPSCoR and DataONE are multi-million dollar research projects funded by the National Science Foundation. The New Mexico Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (NM EPSCoR) is project to enhance NM's capacity to conduct research. DataONE is a globally distributed network of data and tool providers that enables new science and knowledge creation through universal data access and powerful approaches for extracting information from the wealth of data. The Sr Contracts & Grants Administrator will have a dual role supporting both the NM EPSCoR and DataONE projects. The role includes providing recommendations to project leadership on asset utilization and expenditure control. The successful candidate will research and interpret relevant regulations, guidelines, and standards, and oversee the processing of contracts and/or grants. The Sr Contracts & Grants Administrator will promote the enforcement of internal policies and ensure that funds are allocated appropriately. Responsibilities include developing budgets for federal grant awards; proposal submissions; developing special complex reports, as well as interpreting and analyzing financial information from all components of the NM EPSCoR and DataONE programs. This is a benefits eligible position. The University of New Mexico provides a comprehensive package of benefits including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. In addition, UNM offers educational benefits through the tuition remission and dependent education programs. See the a href="https://hr.unm.edu/resources-jobseekers" target="_blank" Prospective Employee a page for a more complete explanation of UNM benefits. Minimum Qualifications: Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution that are above the minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis. High school diploma or GED; at least 10 years of experience that is directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. Directly related, completed degrees from accredited institutions may be substituted for experience on a year-for-year basis. Preferred Qualifications: 1.Bachelor's degree, particularly in Business, with 6 years experience 2.Experience working with grant-funded projects and OMB policies, particularly with the National Science Foundation 3.Experience interpreting Federal, State, and University regulations 4.Experience with grant proposal submission systems, such as Cayuse 5.Experience with university financial systems, such as Banner 6.Excellent verbal and written communication skills 7.Experience developing budgets and monitoring expenses 8.Proficiency with MS Excel Institutional Commitment: The University of New Mexico is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class.
Monday, February 1

MARKETING REP/UNIT

Position Summary: The University of New Mexico Los Alamos is a two-year branch campus of the University of New Mexico located approximately 90 miles northwest of Albuquerque. UNM-Los Alamos is a two-year branch campus with an emphasis on teaching excellence, the Los Alamos Campus offers academic transfer courses, as well as vocational and technical courses to the citizens of Los Alamos County, Sandoval County, and northern New Mexico. The faculty and staff serve a student body of fewer than 1,000 credit students each semester. UNM Los Alamos is seeking a Marketing Representative. This person develops and coordinates a wide variety of marketing programs and activities. May serve as a media contact. Maintains UNM LA website & updates social media profiles. Writes and/or edits marketing and promotional materials such as brochures, flyers, and other documents; coordinates special marketing events. UNM emphasizes providing quality customer service to staff, faculty, students and patrons that require services. We are looking for someone who shares that attitude. This position is a full time, benefits eligible position. The University of New Mexico provides a comprehensive package of benefits including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. In addition, UNM offers educational benefits through the tuition remission and dependent education programs. See the a href="http://hr.unm.edu/prospectemp.php" target="_blank Prospective Employee page for a more complete explanation of UNM benefits. Minimum Qualifications: Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution that are above the minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis. Bachelor's degree; at least 1 year experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. Preferred Qualifications: -Evidence of strong writing skills -Additional years of experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified -Experience in a higher education environment -Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, as well as working with broadly diverse communities Institutional Commitment: The University of New Mexico is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class.
Friday, January 29

0833343 CUSTODIAN

Position Summary: The University of New Mexico Gallup branch Facilities Department is seeking applications for a Custodian. The Custodial position will maintain the cleanliness of the UNM Gallup Campus facilities, promote workplace safety and environmental practices, and ensure proper care in the use and maintenance of equipment and supplies, secure facilities at the end of day, secure gates and doors, turn off lights, alarm buildings, assist with minor facilities maintenance. The duties for this position are as follows: dusting, dust mopping, sweeping, vacuuming, auto scrubbing, mopping, waxing and buffing floors, shampooing carpets, cleaning windows and/or glass, picking up trash, re-lining trash receptacles for proper disposal, cleaning and restocking restrooms, power wash restrooms and other areas, maintaining exterior campus grounds as required, taking care of and cleaning equipment when in use as well as other miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned. The position involves considerable physical activity of heavy lifting, pushing, or pulling objects up to 50 pounds. Physical work and standing is a primary part (more than 70%) of job. Work environment involves some exposure to hazards or physical risks, which require following basic safety precautions. Work may involve moderate exposure to unusual elements, such as extreme temperatures, snow removal, dirt, dust, fumes, smoke, unpleasant orders, and/or loud noises at times. In addition, this position is subject to shift work, which may require evenings and nights, weekends and holidays. This is a benefits eligible position. The University of New Mexico provides a comprehensive package of benefits including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. In addition, UNM offers educational benefits through the tuition remission and dependent education programs. See the Prospective Employee page for a more complete explanation of UNM benefits. Minimum Qualifications: Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution that are above the minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis. Less than high school; no previous work experience required. Preferred Qualifications: * High school diploma or GED. * Demonstrated ability to read, understand, enforce and follow safety procedures. * 1-2 years custodian work experience in a college, university, school district or private firm. * NM Drivers License with ability to operate University vehicles and equipment as necessary. Institutional Commitment: The University of New Mexico is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class.
Thursday, January 28

BUSINESS ANALYST

Rio Grande is searching for an experienced Business Analyst for the Albuquerque, NM, area: Responsibilities: Conduct prototypes, data and function mapping, sets configuration tables and control/transaction tables and develops functional specification; Reviews, analyzes and evaluates business systems, processes and user needs; Completes functional analysis, requirements definition and other systems testing/configuration; Will provide project leadership for various projects and system implementations and upgrades; Collaborates with developers and Senior Management Executives to create the technical vision and analyzes compromises between performance needs and usability; Provides support for Treasury, AP and AR related to SAP & FICO applications; Participates in and supports month-end and year-end closing processes; Acts as an internal consultant to the business users as the primary liaison between IT and Treasury, working to maximize the utilization of SAP and assisting in the development of the optimal business practices; Drives all phases of product cost control accuracy and implement and manage standard cost roll processes. Qualifying experience must have included a minimum of three years of SAP FICO expertise in the areas of: New General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Asset Accounting, Integration with MM/SD/PP, Cost Centers, Internal Orders, Cost Accounting, Product Cost Controlling, Cost and Profitability Analysis, and Management Reporting. Must have current knowledge of ECC 6.0; We will accept applicants with a suitable combination of education, training or experience in Accounting, Comp Sci, or related field. Mail resume to: Melanie Cimafranca, Human Resources Business Partner - Rio Grande, 7500 Bluewater Road NW Albuquerque, NM 87121

BUSINESS ANALYST

Rio Grande is searching for an experienced Business Analyst for the Albuquerque, NM, area: Responsibilities: Conduct prototypes, data and function mapping, sets configuration tables and control/transaction tables and develops functional specification; Reviews, analyzes and evaluates business systems, processes and user needs; Completes functional analysis, requirements definition and other systems testing/configuration; Will provide project leadership for various projects and system implementations and upgrades; Collaborates with developers and Senior Management Executives to create the technical vision and analyzes compromises between performance needs and usability; Provides support for Treasury, AP and AR related to SAP & FICO applications; Participates in and supports month-end and year-end closing processes; Acts as an internal consultant to the business users as the primary liaison between IT and Treasury, working to maximize the utilization of SAP and assisting in the development of the optimal business practices; Drives all phases of product cost control accuracy and implement and manage standard cost roll processes. Qualifying experience must have included a minimum of three years of SAP FICO expertise in the areas of: New General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Asset Accounting, Integration with MM/SD/PP, Cost Centers, Internal Orders, Cost Accounting, Product Cost Controlling, Cost and Profitability Analysis, and Management Reporting. Must have current knowledge of ECC 6.0; We will accept applicants with a suitable combination of education, training or experience in Accounting, Comp Sci, or related field. Mail resume to: Melanie Cimafranca, Human Resources Business Partner - Rio Grande, 7500 Bluewater Road NW Albuquerque, NM 87121
Wednesday, January 27

COORD., PROGRAM ADVISOR

Position Summary: This position is a grant funded position working for the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Undergraduate Pathway, STEM UP CNM/UNM cooperative and will serve as the key liaison between the two institutions and the grant to implement grant initiatives that focus on advising and support of transfer students. This position will report directly to the Title V CNM/UNM Cooperative and will be housed within the Enrollment Management Division who will provide day to day guidance on services provided. This position will provide leadership in the areas of transfer, advising, connecting CNM students to information and options for transfer into all fields of study (especially STEM) at UNM. The Coordinator will provide direct academic, and general advisement and admissions services to CNM students in transition to UNM. Additionally, the coordinator will implement student early alert warning and retention strategies. In conjunction with Enrollment Management the STEM UP Cooperative grant director this position will: >Serve as a central liaison and a primary point of contact for CNM transfer students and Gateway students. >Provide advisement, guidance in UNM procedures and academic early alert warning and individual educational planning services, connection to academic departments and peer mentor access for CNM transfer students entering UNM. >Develop and implement assessment and data collection methods to ensure that STEM UP advisement, admission, retention efforts are data driven and will provide reporting on all activities towards institutionalization of practice and grant reporting. This is a Department of Education Title V Grant funded position and is term through 9/30/2016. The STEM UP Cooperative grant is awarded through 2016 to work with CNM and UNM in increasing enrollment, retention towards degree attainment for Hispanic and Low Income populations. This is a benefits eligible position. The University of New Mexico provides a comprehensive package of benefits including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. In addition, UNM offers educational benefits through the tuition remission and dependent education programs. See the Prospective Employee page for a more complete explanation of UNM benefits. Minimum Qualifications: Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution that are above the minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis. Bachelor's degree; at least 1 year of experience that is directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. Preferred Qualifications:Master's degree; at least 3 years of experience that is directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified Experience in program creation and/or assessment of program effectiveness Experience conducting undergraduate student peer mentor training Effective Team member. Institutional commitment: The University of New Mexico is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class.
Tuesday, January 26

HOSPITALIST PHYSICIAN

Southern Medical Partners, L.L.C., seeks Hospitalist physician (multiple positions) to work in Albuquerque, NM. Requires medical degree (U.S. or foreign equivalent degree), or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Degree (U.S. or foreign equivalent); completion of residency training in Internal or Family Medicine, BE/BC Internal or Family Medicine, possess or eligible to apply for a New Mexico medical license; full-time: 168 (12-hour) shifts in a 12 month period. Mail resume to: Cynthia Kippur, Southern Medical Partners, L.L.C., c/o Schumacher Clinical Partners, 1300 Riverplace Blvd., Suite 300, Jacksonville, FL 32207
Wednesday, January 20

ACCOUNTANT 2- UNM

Accountant 2 UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO – UNM Health Sciences Center (Abq) Department: Neurology Adult Posting Department Website: http://neurology.unm.edu/ POSITION SUMMARY: We are seeking a dynamic, proactive individual with strong accounting experience to assist in establishing the new Center for Memory and Aging. The preferred candidate will be a self-starter with strong interpersonal skills, excellent organizational skills, the ability to establish priorities and complete projects on time, an eye for detail and the ability to effectively organize, coordinate and complete a wide range of concurrent activities. Strong analytical and problem solving skills, excellent verbal and written communication skills, excellent customer service skills, flexibility, and the ability to work independently are a must. This person will administer current NIH grants, contracts and other unrestricted funding; prepare and analyze financial reports with management; plus complete payroll entries, invoices and other accounting transactions. This person will also be responsible for developing operating policies and procedures, and general department administration. This position is a full time, term appointment, funded through the Office of Research. This is a benefits eligible position. The University of New Mexico provides a comprehensive package of benefits including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. In addition, UNM offers educational benefits through the tuition remission and dependent education programs. See the Prospective Employee page for a more complete explanation of UNM benefits. INSTITUTIONAL COMMITMENT: The University of New Mexico is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. SALARY: $2986.30 min to $4478.93 midpoint (mo) MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution that are above the minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis. Bachelor's degree and successful completion of at least 12 credit hours of university level accounting through intermediate accounting; at least 1 year of experience that is directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: • Developing and managing budgets and financial reports for grants/contracts/clinical trials • Skilled in using Banner, LoboMart, MyReports • Fiscal management to include projection, encumbrances and index balance management. • Experience completing purchases and reimbursements • Preparing UNM pre-award application submissions • Working with UNM Foundation and donors • Assist in the coordination of compiling research-related databases • Space management TO APPLY: Please visit the UNMJobs website (https://unmjobs.unm.edu), click the "Search Postings" link in the red menu, and search for Posting #0833220 OR View this posting directly via the following quicklink: http://unmjobs.unm.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=85981
Tuesday, January 12

PARKING OPERATIONS MANAGE

Operations Manager - Enforcement & Facilities UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO – UNM Main Campus (Abq) Department: Parking Transportation Services Posting Department Website: http://parking.unm.edu POSITION SUMMARY: Parking and Transportation Services (PATS) at the University of New Mexico is searching for an Operations Manager to join a team of customer oriented professionals dedicated to providing access to the university through a variety of parking and transportation services that consider the needs of each customer while supporting the university's mission. This individual will manage and coordinate the integrated operational infrastructure of a large, multifaceted operating and/or services Unit of the University. Participates in the development of, and oversees implementation and administration of, unit policies, systems, and procedures. Prepares financial and/or operational analyses and reports, and audits current procedures to monitor and improve efficiency of operations. Manages the day-to-day activities of one or more unit line functions as appropriate, and may deputize for the head of the unit as required. SALARY: $3,434.25 - $4,525.73 monthly DOE. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution that are above the minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis. High school diploma or GED; 2 years of directly related experience managing at least one of the following functional areas: fiscal services, administration and/or human resources AND 3 years of additional work experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: The most competitive candidates will possess some or all of the qualities listed below: • A bachelor's degree • Critical Thinking abilities • Experience with Microsoft Office Suites • Ability to maintain and establish positive and supportive working relationships with department and individuals at all levels • Customer service skills with internal as well as external customers • Experience and a high comfort level working in an environment that is regulated by standards set forth by Federal, State, University, and Departmental processes, rules, and regulations • Five or more years of experience directly managing and leading a large number of employees; some located at separate areas of the university's campus, while maintaining the ability of delegate tasks, project managing, and redirecting focuses • Knowledge of Parking Enforcement regulations and practices; to include ADA specifications that pertain to the parking industry • Experience in asphalt, concrete or similar maintenance and repair • Experience developing and implementing a preventive maintenance program for facilities and/or digital equipment • Knowledge of construction industry best-practices to include Federal and State construction codes • Experience evaluating, implementing, and troubleshooting customer interface technology • Experience documenting and refining policies and procedures • Demonstrated experience driving continuous improvement and assisting in strategic Planning • Ability to analyze data, system generate or gathered out in the field • Demonstrated experience in project management • Demonstrated commitment to personal and professional integrity • Strong oral and written communication skills • Advanced computer skills, to include utilizing computer-aided design (CAD) software • Familiarity with the T2 Flex Parking Management System or similar parking management systems. TO APPLY: Please visit the UNMJobs website (https://unmjobs.unm.edu), click the "Search Postings" link in the red menu, and search for Posting #0833122 OR View this posting directly via the following quicklink: http://unmjobs.unm.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=85883
Thursday, January 7

MILIEU COUNSELOR

FULL TIME DAY SHIFT Located 7 miles east of Albuquerque, VSM is seeking childcare workers willing to develop an intense therapeutic relationship with attachment resistant children. Training from the nation's foremost experts and a highly sought after clinical team on an attachment model. We are looking for people who are kind, flexible, warm, and humorous with diverse interests. Starting salaries: Day Staff $9.20/hour. Excellent Benefits: 10 paid holidays, 403B, medical/dental, starts with 3 weeks leave. Submit resume by email or Villa Santa Maria, PO Box 156, Cedar Crest, NM 87008
Wednesday, January 6

CONTRACTS SPECIALIST

Contracts Specialist UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO – UNM Main Campus (Abq) Department: Procurement Services POSITION SUMMARY: The Purchasing Department serves as the central purchasing authority for the University of New Mexico. The department is seeking a highly qualified individual to join their procurement team. This position is responsible for all aspects of the procurement cycle, from sourcing to managing of contracts, in accordance with applicable federal, state and local rules and regulations. The successful candidate must demonstrate the ability to independently negotiate, execute and manage all levels of contracts and agreements for the University. This requires in-depth Buyer knowledge of products/services, pricing and terms, as well as the necessary compliance guidelines for the University and State of New Mexico. The selected candidate will also demonstrate the ability to issue competitive solicitations such as RFPs, RFQs and Invitations for Bid. This will include reviewing proposed professional services, preparing the solicitation, as well as negotiating terms and conditions with suppliers and departments. Will also track and monitor the status of the RFP, RFQ or Bid. The selected candidate must also possess exceptional customer service skills and effectively represent the organization to University departments as well as vendors, government agencies, and other colleges and universities as appropriate. This is a benefits eligible position. The University of New Mexico provides a comprehensive package of benefits including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. In addition, UNM offers educational benefits through the tuition remission and dependent education programs. See the Prospective Employee page for a more complete explanation of UNM benefits. INSTITUTIONAL COMMITMENT: The University of New Mexico is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. SALARY: $2986.30 min to $4478.93 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution that are above the minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis. Bachelor's degree; at least 3 years of experience that is directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. OR Successful completion of at least 60 college-level credit hours; at least 5 years of experience that is directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. OR High school diploma or GED; at least 7 years of experience that is directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience with: • Procurement policies and procedures in institutions of higher education • Contract/Agreement sourcing and management • eProcurement and eSourcing applications • Formal solicitations (RFP, RFQ, Bids) • Banner • Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLICANTS: On the application form, applicants must include at least three supervisory references, including contact information such as phone number and/or email. The resume dates of employment must include beginning and ending month and year, and the number of hours worked. Official transcripts, High school diploma or GED certificate will be required for hire. Please see minimum qualifications for specifics. TO APPLY: Please visit the UNMJobs website (https://unmjobs.unm.edu), click the "Search Postings" link in the red menu, and search for Posting #0833040 OR View this posting directly via the following quicklink: http://unmjobs.unm.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=85797
Tuesday, January 5

LUNCH CHEF WANTED, CORTEZ

Hot line lunch chef wanted at a popular farm-to-table restaurant in downtown Cortez, CO. Full time, competitive salary. Professional training preferred. Start date is January 28. Responsibilities: * Hands-on prep and cooking duties in a fast-paced kitchen *Create daily lunch specials *Management of a small crew *Food and supply ordering *Kitchen scheduling *Assist with cost analysis and cost controls *Quality assurance *Kitchen cleanliness *Kitchen equipment maintenance *Special event support *Staff meal preparation Call Rusty @ 970 882 3834, or email homegrownsalads@sevenmeadowsfarm.com. [email reply]

Legal

Tuesday, February 9

CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY $200

STOP GARNISHMENTS FAST, Uncontested Divorce $195 w/o children, $249 with. 505-688-0070
Friday, January 29

TOWN OF ATRISCO BOARD MTG

Ad: TOWN OF ATRISCO GRANT-Merced General Meeting Notice OFFICIAL PUBLIC NOTICE OF A General BOARD MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES (MERCED) Shall meet on the Monday, 02/18/2016. The meeting shall commence at 5:30 pm and will be held at the Town of Atrisco office at 2700 Rosendo Garcia Rd. SW, Atrisco NM 87105. Copies of the advance agenda will be available 24 hours prior to the meeting and can be downloaded at ww.atriscolandgrant.com or picked up by contacting Theresa Gonzales or Jerome Padilla, the Secretary/President of the Board of Trustees at 505 847 5125 or 505.385.1788 email request should be sent to info@atriscolandgrant.com

Opportunities

Friday, January 22

MEMBER SERVICE SPECIALIST

Do you enjoy making a difference in people’s lives? Are you good at building relationships and connecting with people? If so, come work for the premier membership association for the radiologic sciences. At the American Society of Radiologic Technologists, we put our members first. We have a full-time, non-exempt, entry-level member services specialist position available in our Member Services Department. Typical activities include processing membership and product orders, tracking personal continuing education credits and related data entry. Position is responsible for communicating new and emerging issues, maintaining reports and auditing completed work. Position continuously evaluates and identifies opportunities to drive process improvements that positively impact the member and customer experience. Position is responsible for maintaining a balance between organizational policies and member benefit in decision-making. In our fast-paced, nontraditional customer service work environment, we focus on making sure the job is done right the first time. What we offer: • Competitive pay • Generous vacation and sick time, plus 11 holidays • Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision coverage (100% company-paid for employees) • Company-paid life insurance, short and long term disability • Flexible spending accounts, plus identity theft coverage • Community Outreach Program • Exquisite 401(k) plan, including company match and non-elective contributions • Tuition Reimbursement • Highly professional work environment in a state of the art facility, technology and resources • Work schedule 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday What we’re looking for: • High school diploma or GED. • Minimum 3-5 years of in-person or phone-based customer service experience, with a passion for resolving customer issues. • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including phone, e-mail and chat. • Ability to work effectively in a collaborative, team environment. • Critical, analytical thinking and problem-solving skills. • Ability to build rapport and use diplomacy and tact. • Solid attention to detail skills, with the ability to review and verify documents for content and accuracy. • Ability to upsell and cross sell products. • Intermediate Microsoft Office skills, with typing speed of 45+ words per minute. • Bilingual (English/Spanish) a plus. Ideal candidates will have stellar phone etiquette, have well-developed interpersonal skills, be detail oriented and conduct themselves in a professional manner. Candidates should also be able to speak, type and navigate systems simultaneously, take initiative, follow through, when appropriate, and thrive in an ever changing environment. To apply, visit www.asrt.org/asrtjobs. ASRT is an equal opportunity employer. All newly hired employees will be subject to the E-Verify Employment Eligibility Verification Program.

DONOR RELATIONS SPEC

Are you seeking a career instead of a job? A position where you can make a difference and go home at the end of the day feeling accomplished? The American Society of Radiologic Technologists, the world’s largest radiologic science organization, is seeking a full-time donor relations associate for the ASRT Foundation. What we offer:  Competitive pay.  Generous vacation and sick time, plus 11 holidays.  Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision coverage (100 percent company-paid for employees).  Company-paid life insurance, short and long term disability.  Flexible spending accounts, plus identity theft coverage.  Community outreach program.  Exquisite 401(k) plan, including company match and non-elective contributions.  Tuition reimbursement.  Highly professional work environment with in a state-of-the -art facility, technology and resources.  Work schedule Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Minimum Requirements:  Associate degree with five years of experience, bachelor’s degree with three years of experience or master’s degree in a related field.  Exceptional fundraising experience including annual, major, planned and special gift programs.  Excellent negotiation and persuasion skills with the ability to upgrade donor giving levels.  Intermediate skill level using MS Office and recognized donor management software.  Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills, including exceptional phone etiquette.  Ability to cultivate and manage donor relationships with a high degree of discretion and tact.  Solid organizational, prioritization, project management and analytical skills.  Strong ability to collaborate with several departments and diverse personalities, yet work independently when necessary.  Driven to cultivate, solicit and retain donors.  Demonstrated skills in data report management.  Light travel that may extend into the evening and over the weekend may be required. Ideal candidates will be able to work independently and collaboratively, use discretion when working with confidential information and be extremely detail oriented. The ability to be proactive, build rapport and utilize diplomacy, tact and initiative is essential. Must exhibit strong analytical, organizational and motivational skills and be able to thrive in a fast-paced environment. Experience in a comprehensive development environment, including annual, major, planned and special gift programs is preferred. To apply, visit www.asrt.org/asrtjobs. All newly hired employees will be subject to the E-Verify Employment Eligibility Verification Program. ASRT is an equal opportunity employer.
Wednesday, January 20

CAREGIVERS NEEDED

Helping Hands is the private pay department of Heritage Home Health care and Hospice. We provide non- medical care (also referred to as custodial care). The services include but are not limited to : Assistance with personal care such as bathing, grooming, feeding and oral hygiene. Assistance with mobility, including exercise Encouraging independence Meal planning and preparation Transportation to run errands and to and from appts Grocery shopping and prescription pick up Light housekeeping, laundry and linen changing Helping Hands is currently hiring for Hourly cases in the ABQ/ RR areas. Transfers and some personal care may be required. Employment requirements include: Reliable transportation Flexible schedule Professional References If you are a professional caregiver with an excellent work ethic, have a reliable phone and transportation, and are able to pass a national background check, please contact Pat at 366-2348. Serious applicants ONLY please. Heritage Home Health Care is at 3721 Rutledge Road NE 87109. [email reply]
Monday, January 4

UPTOWN FUNK NOW HIRING

Albuquerque's first dueling piano bar is now hiring for all positions (Bartenders, servers, security & entertainers). Must be at least 21. Job fair will be held Friday 1/15/2016 1-5pm and Saturday 1/16/2016 10am- 4pm at 6501 Americas Parkway NE, Suite 110, Albuquerque, NM 87110. (505) 227-8923.

Studies

In the print edition: Thursday, February 18

RESEARCH STUDY

Seeking males/females who are on PROBATION/PAROLE/PRETRIAL!Earn $300.00 at $20/hr. for 15 hrs of your time.Free taxi rides to and from apts.Create an account online:http://goo.gl/yaQ4Xm[5] or call 505-398-3639
Wednesday, February 10

SMOKERS NEEDED FOR RESEARCH STUDY $500/54HRS

The University of New Mexico College of Pharmacy is currently investigating a medication for smoking cessation. the study involves quitting for 41 hours twice (the quit periods are separated by one week), two overnight stays at UNM Hospital and pays $500. For more information please contact us at (505) 925-0876 or email us at nicotine.clinical.study@gmail.mom
Friday, February 5

HEALTHY CURRENT SMOKERS

The UNM College of Pharmacy is recruiting healthy current smokers, 19-50 years old, for a study on a new risk factor for heart disease. Two visits (30 min & 2 hrs) are needed. You will be compensated for your time. Call Dr. Joe Anderson, 505-272-3664.
Monday, January 4

MRI STUDY

Males and females between the ages of 18-50 with history of mental illness are needed. Participants will receive $20 per hour for their time. See pictures of your brain, 2-4 visits possible. The study is located at The Mind Research Network on the north campus of UNM. For more information please call 505-948-3230 or email amayer@mrn.org (HRRC # 13-637).
Friday, September 25

MRI STUDY

Males and females between the ages of 25-50 with no history of serious medical or emotional problems are needed. Participants will receive $20 per hour for their time. See pictures of your brain, 2-4 visits possible. The study is located at The Mind Research Network on the north campus of UNM. For more information please call 505-948-3230 or email amayer@mrn.org (HRRC # 13-637).

Cars

In the print edition: Thursday, February 18

2002 LEXUS GS300.

Black, Great Condition. Sleek Luxury Car at a Smokin' Price. Only $5,995 at Affordable Auto Sales! 4525 Lomas Blvd NE | 266-2886.

2007 PONTIAC TORRENT.

Wagon Style SUV with Only 130K Miles! 4WD, Maroon, Clean. $7,995 Only at Affordable Auto Sales! 4525 Lomas Blvd NE | 266-2886.

1997 SUBARU IMPREZA OUTBACK

White, Stock, Clean! Only 130K Miles! Wagon, Automatic, AWD. $4,995 Only at Affordable Auto Sales! 4525 Lomas Blvd NE | 266-2886.

Wellness

CONCERNED WITH YOUR DRINKING?

Interested in alternatives to the treatments currently available? UNM ressearchers are conducting a study to see if a medication promotes recovery from problems with alcohol.Qualified participants will recieve medication,study related medical care and will be compensated for their time.For information call 505-925-4344.HRRC# 12-428.
Tuesday, February 9

MEDICAL INTUITIVE

Elizabeth Anglin - 20 years experience, offering Reiki, Intuitive Healing and Medical Intuition. Now seeing clients in Madrid, NM http://www.elizabethanglin.com/medicalintuitionandreiki.htm
Monday, February 8

AWAKENING CONSCIOUSNESS

To Remember Your Soul is the greatest gift. Do you know how? Gurdjieff/Ouspensky Fourth Way School - 866.312.7922, Ext.1 [email reply]
Wednesday, February 3

LOW COST DENTAL CLEANINGS

Have you ever been told you need more than a regular cleaning? Has it been a long time since you have had your teeth cleaned? University of New Mexico dental hygiene student providing free screenings by appointment only to determine if you qualify for a full mouth deep cleaning procedure at our North campus clinic. Patients receive comprehensive assessments and a thorough cleaning at a low cost. We accept most insurances and medicaid. 10% discounts on cleanings for seniors, military, CNM and UNM students. Email for more information or to set up a screening. jc75@salud.unm.edu

Licensed Massage

In the print edition: Thursday, February 18

BEAUTIFUL MASSAGE

8210 La Mirada NE Ste. 400. Call 505-332-3339 LMT Lic. #5694.

BEAUTIFUL MASSAGE

8210 La Mirada NE,Ste.400.Call 505-332-3339 LMT lic.#5694

ALBUQUERQUE'S FINEST ASIAN MASSAGE, LI'S!

Downtown/University/Sunport 123 Yale SE (corner of Gold/Yale) Hours 10:00am - 10:00pm, Full Body $50/hr. 505-200-2949 LMT #7362
Friday, February 5

VALENTINE MONTH MASSAGE

Couple's Massage during February. Beautiful atmosphere. Profound relaxation. $120/couple. Katrina LMT#6855. 20 years experience. 506-4016. innovative.massagetherapy.com

VALENTINE MONTH MASSAGE

Couple's Massage during February. Beautiful atmosphere. Profound relaxation. $120/couple. Katrina LMT#6855. 20 years experience. 506-4016. innovative.massagetherapy.com
Friday, January 29

NEED MEDICAL

Experience deep relaxation, pain relief and a profound sense of well-being

NEED PAIN RELIEF?

Experience deep relaxation, pain relief and a profound sense of well-being. 20 years experience & lots of satisfied customers. Call Katrina LMT#6855 innovative.massagetherapy.com. (505) 506-4016
Thursday, January 14

MASSAGE THERAPY

Full body at $40/hr $70/90mins. 805 San Pedro SE,ABQ. Call Patterson 505-385-6429. LMT 5767

JANUARY SPECIAL

Only $30 for a One hour therapeutic massage. To schedule an appointment contact: Kristin Cunnar, LMT No. 6160 at (505) 414-7604. Located at Nob Hill professional Office.

JANUARY SPECIAL

Only $30 for a One hour therapeutic massage. Contact: Kristin Cunnar, LMT No. 6160. To schedule an appointment call: (505) 414-7604. Located at Nob Hill professional office.

Metaphysical

Tuesday, February 9

SPIRIT MEDIUM - INTUITIVE

Elizabeth Anglin: Psychic, Spirit Medium and Animal Communicator with 20 Years Experience - Gentle, joyful healing readings that facilitate conscious connection, improved understanding of self and others, compassion, emotional healing and mental clarity. Office in Madrid, NM. 1-888-800-4171 http://www.elizabethanglin.com
Monday, January 25

CLARIFYING MEDITATION

Sat. Feb. 6. Non-traditional. 2-5 pm. A workshop for people from any meditation tradition or no tradition at all. We’ll explore directly what meditative work is and how it sheds light on the concerns of our lives, not theoretically, but from a simple, fresh meditative listening. Wat Center, 145 Madison NE, corner of Madison and Copper, east of Washington in Albuquerque. $2 donation. Reservations, info, Jay Cutts, New Mexico Center for Meditative Inquiry and Retreat, at 281-0684. 7 day retreat also offered in January. https://meditationnm.wordpress.com Other dates for this event: 2/27, 4/2, 5/21 [email reply]
Monday, January 18

PSYCHIC CHAT

Clairvoyance. Tarot http://www.kasamba.com/psychic/psychic-erik

PSYCHIC ERIK

Need a Psychic? Call Now. 1-800-275-5336 ext.03787962
Monday, January 11

INTUITIVE READER & HEALER

Loving-Affordable-Real-Local & Accurate Intuitive Readings & Energy Healings! Mary Bernadette 505-501-0699 www.clearvisionintuition.com Gift Cert. Avail.

Self-Help/Workshops

Monday, January 25

MEDITATION: A FRESH LOOK

Saturday, Feb. 6. Monthly session of Clarifying Meditative Work, a non-traditional fresh look at our lives. 2-5 pm. Wat Center, 145 Madison NE, corner of Madison and Copper, east of Washington in Albuquerque. $2 donation. Quiet sitting and honest dialogue in open space and affection. Not affiliated with any tradition, in the spirit of people like Adyashanti, Eckhart Tolle, Krishnamurti, and Toni Packer. See https://meditationnm.wordpress.com for more details or call Jay at 505-281-0684. Also annual 7-day retreat in January. Other dates for this event: Feb. 27, Ap. 2, May21 [email reply]
Tuesday, January 12

NONTRADITIONAL MEDITATION

First Sunday, 5 pm to 7 pm. Open sitting (come and go as you'd like) and one-on-one meetings. (Pls check website for certain cancelled dates.) This work is tradition-neutral and is for people from any meditation traditions or no tradition at all, as well as for people interested in teachers such as Pema Chodron, Toni Packer, Nhat Hanh, Tolle, Byron Katie, Krishnamurti and Vimala Thakar. We'll explore directly what meditative work is and how it sheds light on the concerns of our lives, not theoretically, but from a simple meditative listening that includes others and oneself. Held at PLTC, 3411 Candelaria NE, Suite M, in Albuquerque at the NW corner of Candelaria and Carlisle. Free. Reservations, info, Jay Cutts, New Mexico Center for Meditative Inquiry and Retreat, at 281-0684. Also offered: monthly group dialogue. Annual 7 day retreat in January. https://meditationnm.wordpress.com [email reply]

Yoga

Tuesday, February 9

YOGAZO - $5 YOGA CLASS

www.yogazoabq.com for more info on class times. Classes offered in Nob Hill & at Pints & Planks on Sundays

General Services

Saturday, February 13

COURTEOUS DRIVER SERVICE

My name is Mike. I've been transporting passengers in Albuquerque and surrounding areas for 15 years. I know my way around, still occasionally use a map, own my own taxi cab, and have a clean driving record. I can provide rides for negotiable, reasonable rates M-Th until 10 a.m and after 7 p.m.. I'm available all day on Friday, Saturday, until 11:30 a.m., and after 7 p.m. I can also give rides after 4 p.m. on Sunday. Feel free to send an email to: kaneslatranz@yahoo.com. Thank you for your time.

Beauty Services

Tuesday, February 9

MASTER BARBER STYLIST

Regina Lujan, former stylist at 1016 Juan Tabo Blvd NE 87112. Now at 11110 Lomas Blvd NE 87112. Please contact me at (505)261-2455, by email: masterbarber.g@gmail.com or at the shop (505)323-7900. Thank you, I look forward to seeing you!

Financial Services

ZERO DOWN HOME BUYING

Zero down through MFA for first and non first time home buyers is available. Getting qualified is not difficult and I'm here to answer all your questions. Dennis Romero 505-459-1788 dennisromerore@gmail.com Realty One of New Mexico 300-6656
Wednesday, December 23

TAX PREPARATION FOR $40

Get your taxes E-filed starting at $40. Ask about student discounts. Call 505 339-6179.

Home Services

Tuesday, February 9

ZERO DOWN HOME BUYING

Zero down through MFA for first and non first time home buyers is available. Getting qualified is not difficult and I'm here to answer all your questions. Dennis Romero 505-459-1788 dennisromerore@gmail.com Realty One of New Mexico 300-6656
Thursday, January 28

ROBERTS RENOVATIONS

All phases residential construction & repair.Reasonable prices,Free estimates.e-mt ne hts. Lic# 90792,(505) 459-2880 [email reply]

Painting Services

Wednesday, February 10

RNB PAINTING & RENOVATING

int./ext. Handyman. Free est. lic., ins & bonded. 505-850-4169

Landscaping Services

Wednesday, January 6

YARD WORK, HAULING & MORE

Landscaping*Leaf Raking*Tree Trimming*Weed Cutting*Painting*Furniture Moving*Debris Hauling. Free Estimates. Bernie Gonzales-505-288-5822

Handyman Services

In the print edition: Thursday, February 18

HOMEOWNERS HANDYMAN SERVICES

Carpentry,tile,decks,doors, landscaping.Free estimates.Call 313-1929
Thursday, January 28

ROBERTS RENOVATIONS

All phases residential construction & repair,free estimates,reasonable prices,e-mts,ne hts.Lic.#90792 (505)459-2880 [email reply]

Buy/Sell/Trade

Thursday, February 4

BUYING DIABETIC TEST

STRIPS FOR $CASH$ & FREE PICK-UP! Highest $CASH$ Prices Paid In NM For Your Diabetic Test Strips And FREE Pick-UP! Help Others(Those Without Insurance) & Make Money Too! Call: 505-203-6806 [email reply]
Sunday, January 31

PORTABLE FAR INFRARED

FIR Sauna fits over massage table, new w/carbon towels $2300 Teresa 505.410-1928 [email reply]
Monday, January 11

RED WORMS FOR COMPOSTING

It's always a great time to get your compost pile or vermicompost up and running, or give a little boost to one you already have! I sell 100 worms of various size (bedrun) for $8, raised right here in my backyard in Albuquerque. Save when you buy 300 or more and get them at $7 per 100 worms. Contact me at ABQworms@gmail.com www.ABQworms.weebly.com [email reply]

Computer Repair/Service

Tuesday, February 9

ABQ PC TUNE UP

We provide virus and spyware/malware removals, PC Optimization, memory installs, web hosting and website maintenance. We include free pick up and drop off of your equipment in the Albuquerque metro and Rio Rancho areas. Visit us at www.abqpctuneup.com or call/text 505-629-4037 for more info. [email reply]

Pets

ANIMAL COMMUNICATOR

Elizabeth Anglin - Animal Communication for pets large and small.Special understanding of performance horses and riders. http://www.elizabethanglin.com/animalcommunication.htm 1-888-800-4171

Arts & Crafts

Thursday, February 4

CALL TO ARTISTS!

Accepting creative, unique & ORIGINAL submissions for a 6th annual MINIATURE SHOW. All mediums welcomed. Dimensions no larger than 36 sq. inches (for 2-dimensional think 6” X 6”, for 3-dimensional 6” X 6” X 6”). Some exceptions may apply within reason. Works must have been completed in the past year. NO PRINTS. ... Submission Deadline, April 14th. Please send quality photos that can be used in promotional materials. Send images with details to metallogallerysubmissions@yahoo.com
Friday, January 15

CRAFT FAIR

Trash to Treasures Craft Fair Sponsored by Kokopelli's Enchanted Doll Club January 23, 2016 9am-5pm Nativo lodge, Mezzanine Room 6000 Pan American Fwy

Seminars/Workshops

Friday, January 22

MAKE A GAME IN 48 HOURS!

Join local programmers, artists, and composers to form teams and make a video game in 48 hours. The event starts at 5 PM on the 29th and goes until 5 PM on the 31st. Participants can work off site or stay at the facility for the full 48 hours. Food and drink will be provided. Ticket purchase required for participation at site. Learn more at nmglobalgamejam.com.
Tuesday, January 12

ROMANI ("GYPSY")LANGUAGE

Small study group forming to learn and practice the Romani language together. Total beginners and native speakers welcome. Maybe share some music too! Call Jay, 505-281-0684. [email reply]

PREP: LSAT, MCAT/PCAT,GRE

Professional test preparation with Barron's Lead Author Jay Cutts, of Cutts Graduate Reviews. Local NM live classes and coaching. Starting now. Call 505-281-0684. [email reply]

FREE: GRAD ADMISSIONS

How to Get Accepted to Grad, Law, MBA, Med or Pharm School. Free. Sun., Jan. 24, at noon. Location: 3411 Candelaria NE, Suite M (Offices of People Living Through Cancer). Learn how to write a powerful personal statement, how to master the LSAT, GRE, MCAT, PCAT or GMAT. Advanced strategies for standing out from the crowd. Conducted by 23 year test prep and admissions specialist and Barron's Prep author Jay Cutts of the Cutts Graduate Reviews. Free individual consultations. See http://www.cuttsreviews.com/newmexico/ 505-281-0684 [email reply]

Real Estate

Friday, January 29

DEACON PROPERTY SERVICES:

BRAND NEW! Beautiful 2 and 3 bedroom North Valley Townhouses with stainless steel appliances, modern kitchens, HE washer/dryer, 1 or 2 car garages, and more! Pet friendly! $1200 and $1500. See photos at www.deaconpropertyservices.com // 505-878-0100

Apartments for Rent

Tuesday, February 9
General Real Estate

WHY PAY RENT?

Zero down through MFA for first and non first time home buyers is available. Getting qualified is not difficult and I'm here to answer all your questions. Dennis Romero 505-459-1788 dennisromerore@gmail.com Realty One of New Mexico 300-6656
Friday, February 5
Old Town

EFFIC, UTIL INC, OLD TOWN

Efficiency, Utilities Included, Old Town. 50+ Community, with two college students. Electric single range, Upstairs Unit. 450.00 monthly / 100 DD Call or txt: 505.750.0442 [email reply]
Wednesday, January 6
University

SPACIOUS UNM AREA APT

600 SQ FT UPDATED 1 BDRM APT, 4 BLKS TO UNM @1210 Dr. Martin Luther King NE. Hardwood floors, off street parking, $570 mo + util. Pets negotiable. Call (505) 377-7630 for more info.

Lofts/Condos for Rent

Tuesday, February 9
General Real Estate

WHY PAY RENT?

Zero down through MFA for first and non first time home buyers is available. Getting qualified is not difficult and I'm here to answer all your questions. Dennis Romero 505-459-1788 dennisromerore@gmail.com Realty One of New Mexico 300-6656
Tuesday, February 2
Northeast

CONDO AT SANDIA MOUNTAINS

Your back yard is the Sandia Mountains. Easy commute w/interstate access via Tramway Blvd. 2 BR, 2 BA, FP, Garage, W/D. Call Andrew 505-280-6764 or Ron 505-301-0041. 2900 Vista Del Rey

Duplexes for Rent

Tuesday, February 9
General Real Estate

WHY PAY RENT?

Zero down through MFA for first and non first time home buyers is available. Getting qualified is not difficult and I'm here to answer all your questions. Dennis Romero 505-459-1788 dennisromerore@gmail.com Realty One of New Mexico 300-6656
Wednesday, January 6
University

UNM AREA DUPLEX

Completely remodeled, spacious (600 sq.ft.) 1 bdrm duplex @ 1219 1/2 Tijeras NE. 4 blks to UNM. $625 mo + util. Pets negotiable. Call (505) 377-7630

Houses for Rent

In the print edition: Thursday, February 18

BRUNI/KARR AGENCY

Many fine homes available. All areas, all price ranges. Call for faxed lists. www.brunikarr.com. No Fees. 296-0726.
Sunday, February 7
General Real Estate

WHY PAY RENT?

Zero down through MFA for first and non first time buyers is available. Getting qualified is not difficult and I'm here to answer all your questions. Dennis Romero 505-459-1788 dennisromerore@gmail.com Realty One of New Mexico 300-6656
Wednesday, February 3
Downtown

8TH/MTN 2BR 1 BATH ADOBE

2BR/1 bathroom with heated floor. Beautifully remodeled. Utility room with washer and dryer. Central heat/ac. Walk to downtown, old town. Alarm system. Small storage shed. Pets considered. No smoking inside. $1150/mo +utils. 307-5663
Saturday, January 16
Northeast

ABQ NE HEIGHTS RENTAL

3BR,1.75Bath,Den/FirePlace,Garage,RefrigeratedAir,Wash/DryHookUps,NewSamsungRefrigerator,HugeBackyard w/RV Pad.Call 505-948-1227. [email reply]

Rooms/Roommates

Saturday, February 13

NE LARGE HOUSE

$350/mo + 1/3 utilities. $250DD Pool Table, Hot tub, work out room. Large kitchen, backyard and laundry. No couples, pets or kids.294-7209

Gigs/Show Flyers

Tuesday, February 9
Low Spirits - Saturday, February 13

COVERS BY LOVERS

Albuquerque is known for having a diverse musical scene. Did you know, though, how many lovers or real-life musical couples exist in our scene? A TON! Saturday, Feb. 13, join TEN of these couples as they take you through a journey of covers songs they love as a couple. Anything goes in terms of the music, so expect acoustic and electric cover songs. 21+, $5. Music starts at 8:30pm SHARP and lasts all night!
Monday, February 8
BONE ZONE - Friday, February 12

JOHN BELLOWS/AJ WOODS

BONE ZONE 02-12-2016 www.facebook.com/events/203911096627546 John Bellows John Bellows makes bedroom baroque that rings true like a bell. www.johnbellows.bandcamp.com www.johnbellowsmusic.com AJ Woods ABQ,NM local chill-as-fuck-folk made with 100% heart www.woods.bandcamp.com www.daytrotter.com/#!/concert/a-j-woods/21022501-373890644 ++++Screening of the short film "Watching" shot here in New Mexico by Dillon Cullinan www.vimeo.com/147958140
MINESHAFT TAVERN - Sunday, March 6

YOU/HOLY GLORIES/SUN DOG

MINESHAFT TAVERN 03-06-2016 ANOTHER NIGHT OF HIGH DESERT PSYCHEDLIA IN HISTORIC MADRID NEW MEXICO!! YOU www.youband.bandcamp.com Holy Glories www.holyglories.bandcamp.com Sun Dog www.sundogtheband.bandcamp.com NO COVER! ALL AGES! MUSIC FROM 7PM-10PM F'REAL! COME HAVE A NICE LIL SUNDAY IN MARCH PARTY WITH US !! IF YOU NEED A RIDE PLEASE SAY SO AND WE'LL WORK ON GETTTING YOU ONE! www.facebook.com/events/459048510947800
DAD'S HOUSE - Friday, March 4

MOON HONEY/YOU/LILAH ROSE

DAD'S HOUSE 03-04-2016 Townie Productions Presents:::: A FRIDAY NIGHT YOU'LL NEVER FORGET!!! ***11PM*** Moon Honey(los angeles,CA) noun /ˈmuːn ˈhʌni/ 1 : “Cotton candy dipped in peyote.” — NPR 2 : “Whirlwind virtuosity.” — The New York Times 3 : “The love child of Marc Bolan and Vashti Bunyan.” — Amoeba Music www.moonhoneyband.com ***10PM*** YOU(albuquerque,NM) "Pseudo-psych Counting Crows for millenials" - Brett Maverick(lol) www.youband.bandcamp.com ***9PM*** Lilah Rose(albuquerque,NM) Keyboard + drums + vox = looping wizardry of the celestial kind! www.lilahrose.bandcamp.com IT'S ALL HAPPENING AT Dad's House +++++$5 AT THE DOOR ++++++++++GOOD VIBES ONLY www.facebook.com/events/1007379235966821
Monday, February 1
Nahalat Shalom - Friday, February 12

KLEZMERQUERQUE 2016

Nahalat Shalom 02-13-2016 CONCERT & DANCE PARTY 6:30-9:30PM (doors @ 6:30): Ambush Brass, The Rebbe's Orkestra, Veretski Pass & Avia Moore. $18-advance, $20-door / $18-door students & seniors. “KlezmerQuerque” Albuquerque New Mexico’s 14th Annual klezmer music and dance festival takes place February 12-14, 2016 (Friday-Sunday) over Presidents Day Weekend. The 14th Annual KlezmerQuerque is a three-day festival of concerts, workshops and dance parties featuring ‘Klezmer’ which is the traditional dance and instrumental music based in the ancient wedding ceremonies of the Eastern European Jewish people. The festival will take place from February 12-14, 2016 (Friday evening through Sunday evening over Presidents Day weekend). KlezmerQuerque is produced by Congregation Nahalat Shalom, its 20-piece intergenerational Community Klezmer Band and Rikud Yiddish dance troupe. The festival presents a wide variety of events for all ages and abilities including a special ½ hour free family & children dance event on Friday, February 12th at 6:00 p.m. with guest dance artist from New York/ Canada – Avia Moore. KlezmerQuerque also features the world-recognized klezmer musicians who make the trio Veretski Pass: Josh Horowitz, Cookie Segelstein & Stu Brotman (www.veretskipass.com). They will be performing and teaching throughout the weekend along with Avia Moore. Cookie Segelstein, violin and viola, received her Masters degree in Viola from The Yale School of Music in 1984. Until moving to California in 2010, she was principal violist in Orchestra New England and assistant principal in The New Haven Symphony, as well as on the music faculty at Southern Connecticut State University. She is the founder and director of Veretski Pass, a member of Budowitz, The Youngers of Zion with Henry Sapoznik, has performed with Kapelye, The Klezmatics, Frank London, Klezmer Fats and Swing with Pete Sokolow and the late Howie Leess, Margot Leverett and the Klezmer Mountain Boys, and The Klezmer Conservatory Band. Cookie presents lecture demonstrations and workshops on klezmer fiddling all over the world, including at Yale University, University of Wisconsin in Madison, University of Virginia in Charlottesville, University of Oregon in Eugene, and at Klezmerwochen in Weimar, Germany. She is a regular staff member at Klez Kanada, Klez California, Klezmer Festival Fürth, Klezfest London, and has been a performing artist at Centrum's Festival of American Fiddle Tunes in Port Townsend, Wash. She was featured on the ABC documentary, “A Sacred Noise”, heard on HBO’s “Sex and the City”, appears in the Miramax film, “Everybody’s Fine” starring Robert De Niro, and heard on several recordings including the Veretski Pass self-titled release, Trafik, and The Klezmer Shul, Budowitz Live, the Koch International label with Orchestra New England in The Orchestral Music of Charles Ives, Hazònes with Frank London. Active as a Holocaust educator and curriculum advisor, she has been a frequent lecturer at the Women’s Correctional Facility in Niantic, CT. Stuart Brotman, bass, basy (cello), tilinca and baraban, has been an accomplished performer, arranger and recording artist in the ethnic music field for over 50 years. A founding member of Los Angeles' Ellis Island Band, he has been a moving force in the klezmer revival since its beginning, and has defined klezmer bass. He holds a B.A. in music with a concentration in Ethnomusicology from the University of California at Los Angeles, and has taught at Buffalo on the Roof, Klez Kanada, Klez California, and numerous European festivals and institutes, including Oxford University, Klezfest London, Yiddish Summer Weimar, Klezmer Festival Fürth, and the Krakow Jewish Festival. Stu has been recording, touring, and teaching New Jewish Music with world class ensemble, Brave Old World since 1989, and is featured in the PBS Great Performances film and CD, “Itzhak Perlman, in the Fiddler’s House.” Long admired as a versatile soloist and sensitive accompanist in traditional and pop music circles, he has toured and recorded with Canned Heat, Kaleidoscope, and Geoff and Maria Muldaur, and played cimbalom on Ry Cooder’s celebrated recording, “Jazz,” which premiered at Carnegie Hall. Stu played cimbalom in “The Postman Always Rings Twice,” and contrabass balalaika in “Love Affair.” He produced The Klezmorim's Grammy nominated album, "Metropolis," and has recorded with The Klezmorim, Kapelye, Andy Statman, and the Klezmer Conservatory Band. Joshua Horowitz, chromatic button accordion, cimbalom and piano, received his Masters degree in Composition and Music Theory from the Academy of Music in Graz, Austria, where he taught Music Theory and served as Research Fellow and Director of the Yiddish Music Research Project for eight years. He is the founder and director of the ensemble Budowitz, a founding member of Veretski Pass and has performed and recorded with Itzhak Perlman, The Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Theodore Bikel, Ben Goldberg, Rubin and Horowitz, Brave Old World, Adrienne Cooper and Ruth Yaakov. His music was recently featured in the British film, “Some of my best friends are... Jewish / Muslim”, awarded the Sandford St. Martin Trust Religious Broadcasting Award and is also featured in the new film by Jes Benstock, "The Holocaust Tourist". His recordings with Veretski Pass, Budowitz, the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Rubin & Horowitz and Alicia Svigals, have achieved international recognition and he is the recipient of more than 40 awards for his work as both composer and performer. He was one of the co-founders of the Austrian experimental composer collective, “Die Andere Saite” and received the Prize of Honor by the Austrian government for his orchestral composition, “Tenebrae.” Following his children’s Opera, “Der Wilde Man”, Joshua received The “Award for Outstanding Talent in Composition” by the City of Graz and was twice finalist in the National American ASCAP competition. While teaching at the Graz Academy of Music he was awarded both The David Herzog and Fritz Spielman Awards, and received ongoing support from Louise M. Davies for his dedication to music creativity and education. In 2001, Joshua’s group, Budowitz was chosen by the Austrian government to represent the country in the International Celebration of World Culture’s held at the “House of the Cultures of The World” in Berlin. Joshua taught Advanced Jazz Theory at Stanford University with the late saxophonist Stan Getz and is a regular teacher at Klez Kanada, Klez California and the Klezmer Festival Fürth. His musicological work is featured in four books, including The Sephardic Songbook with Aron Saltiel and The Ultimate Klezmer, and he has written numerous articles on the counterpoint of J.S. Bach. The four guest artists will be featured on Friday evening February 12th as part of Der Freylekher Shabbes. At 6pm, Avia Moore will lead a free dance event for families & children – all ages are welcome. At 8pm Veretski Pass will perform selections from their Klezmer Shul project for which they received a grant to create a non-divisive musical spiritual service with elements from all of the regions of the Pale of Settlement and attempts to bridge the gap between the sacred and the secular, not through the use of words, but with purely instrumental music. Veretski Pass offers it as a gesture of reconciliation in a world divided by doctrine, and dedicates it to the memory of musicians lost to war. On Saturday, February 13th doors open at 6:30pm to the sounds of Ambush Brass, and at 7pm The Rebbe’s Orkestra will open the show on stage. At 7:30pm Veretski Pass will perform music from the band’s new album Polyn (Poland). Be transported to Poland over 100 years ago, as the musicians of Veretski Pass mine the obereks, kujawiaks, krakowiaks and polkas of Poland, a land that was once home to three million Jews. Inspired by the 1901 story, A Gilgul Fun a Nign (Metamorphosis of a Melody), written by Polish Jewish author I.L. Peretz, this repertoire draws from previously unknown Hasidic melodies, Polish country dances, contemporary and 19th century ethnographic collections and field research by the musicians and their colleagues. Drawing on these sources, Veretski Pass has re-imagined, re-composed and re-arranged old urban and rural music to enrich the genre currently known as klezmer music. It is the meeting of Jewish and Polish music - a missing link in the klezmer revival. At 8:45 a dance party to live music by Veretski Pass and local klezmer friends with dancing led by Avia Moore will follow the concert and intermission. On Sunday, February 14th between 10:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. the four guest artists will teach three 90 minute workshop sessions in music & dance. Also on Sunday, there will be a catered and homemade Lunch ‘n Learn when Cookie Segelstein will present “Jews in the Prairie: Growing up with Carpathian Jews in Cowboy Country.” Cookie’s personal experience growing up in Kansas City, Missouri with Holocaust survivor parents in America’s Heartland. The Sunday lunch reservation deadline is on Friday, February 5th. Events throughout the weekend will also feature music and dancing with local klezmer groups and soloists: Nahalat Shalom’s cantorial soloist and music director Beth Cohen, Alavados ensemble, The Nahalat Shalom Community Klezmer Band, Rikud Yiddish dance troupe, The Rebbe’s Orkestra-klezmer and Judaic band, Ambush Brass and di Kavene Kapelye. Nahalat Shalom’s Rabbi Deborah Brin will lead Shabbat services on Saturday, February 13th at 10am and she will be accompanied by the music of Alavados which is the congregation’s in-house smaller 9-piece ensemble. Event prices range from free to $20 per event and an all-event early-bird registration discount of $85 for general admission and $75 for seniors and students. The early-bird discount and Lunch reservation deadline is Friday, February 5th. For tickets, registration, schedule, full class and performance descriptions, and other details visit: www.nahalatshalom.org and ‘Klick’ on: “Klezmer music/dance” and “KlezmerQuerque 2016” --Please also visit & ‘like’ KlezmerQuerque on facebook. For more details contact: Beth Cohen, KlezmerQuerque Ko-ordinator (505) 243-6276, cohenedmunds@netzero.net All events take place at Congregation Nahalat Shalom, 3606 Rio Grande Blvd. NW (between Candelaria & Griegos), Albuquerque, New Mexico 87107. Congregation Nahalat Shalom is a non-profit and tax-exempt organization: www.nahalatshalom.org office: (505) 343-8227.###
Nahalat Shalom - Friday, February 12

KLEZMERQUERQUE 2016

Nahalat Shalom 02-13-2016 CONCERT & DANCE PARTY 6:30-9:30PM (doors @ 6:30): Ambush Brass, The Rebbe's Orkestra, Veretski Pass & Avia Moore. $18-advance, $20-door / $18-door students & seniors. “KlezmerQuerque” Albuquerque New Mexico’s 14th Annual klezmer music and dance festival takes place February 12-14, 2016 (Friday-Sunday) over Presidents Day Weekend. The 14th Annual KlezmerQuerque is a three-day festival of concerts, workshops and dance parties featuring ‘Klezmer’ which is the traditional dance and instrumental music based in the ancient wedding ceremonies of the Eastern European Jewish people. The festival will take place from February 12-14, 2016 (Friday evening through Sunday evening over Presidents Day weekend). KlezmerQuerque is produced by Congregation Nahalat Shalom, its 20-piece intergenerational Community Klezmer Band and Rikud Yiddish dance troupe. The festival presents a wide variety of events for all ages and abilities including a special ½ hour free family & children dance event on Friday, February 12th at 6:00 p.m. with guest dance artist from New York/ Canada – Avia Moore. KlezmerQuerque also features the world-recognized klezmer musicians who make the trio Veretski Pass: Josh Horowitz, Cookie Segelstein & Stu Brotman (www.veretskipass.com). They will be performing and teaching throughout the weekend along with Avia Moore. Cookie Segelstein, violin and viola, received her Masters degree in Viola from The Yale School of Music in 1984. Until moving to California in 2010, she was principal violist in Orchestra New England and assistant principal in The New Haven Symphony, as well as on the music faculty at Southern Connecticut State University. She is the founder and director of Veretski Pass, a member of Budowitz, The Youngers of Zion with Henry Sapoznik, has performed with Kapelye, The Klezmatics, Frank London, Klezmer Fats and Swing with Pete Sokolow and the late Howie Leess, Margot Leverett and the Klezmer Mountain Boys, and The Klezmer Conservatory Band. Cookie presents lecture demonstrations and workshops on klezmer fiddling all over the world, including at Yale University, University of Wisconsin in Madison, University of Virginia in Charlottesville, University of Oregon in Eugene, and at Klezmerwochen in Weimar, Germany. She is a regular staff member at Klez Kanada, Klez California, Klezmer Festival Fürth, Klezfest London, and has been a performing artist at Centrum's Festival of American Fiddle Tunes in Port Townsend, Wash. She was featured on the ABC documentary, “A Sacred Noise”, heard on HBO’s “Sex and the City”, appears in the Miramax film, “Everybody’s Fine” starring Robert De Niro, and heard on several recordings including the Veretski Pass self-titled release, Trafik, and The Klezmer Shul, Budowitz Live, the Koch International label with Orchestra New England in The Orchestral Music of Charles Ives, Hazònes with Frank London. Active as a Holocaust educator and curriculum advisor, she has been a frequent lecturer at the Women’s Correctional Facility in Niantic, CT. Stuart Brotman, bass, basy (cello), tilinca and baraban, has been an accomplished performer, arranger and recording artist in the ethnic music field for over 50 years. A founding member of Los Angeles' Ellis Island Band, he has been a moving force in the klezmer revival since its beginning, and has defined klezmer bass. He holds a B.A. in music with a concentration in Ethnomusicology from the University of California at Los Angeles, and has taught at Buffalo on the Roof, Klez Kanada, Klez California, and numerous European festivals and institutes, including Oxford University, Klezfest London, Yiddish Summer Weimar, Klezmer Festival Fürth, and the Krakow Jewish Festival. Stu has been recording, touring, and teaching New Jewish Music with world class ensemble, Brave Old World since 1989, and is featured in the PBS Great Performances film and CD, “Itzhak Perlman, in the Fiddler’s House.” Long admired as a versatile soloist and sensitive accompanist in traditional and pop music circles, he has toured and recorded with Canned Heat, Kaleidoscope, and Geoff and Maria Muldaur, and played cimbalom on Ry Cooder’s celebrated recording, “Jazz,” which premiered at Carnegie Hall. Stu played cimbalom in “The Postman Always Rings Twice,” and contrabass balalaika in “Love Affair.” He produced The Klezmorim's Grammy nominated album, "Metropolis," and has recorded with The Klezmorim, Kapelye, Andy Statman, and the Klezmer Conservatory Band. Joshua Horowitz, chromatic button accordion, cimbalom and piano, received his Masters degree in Composition and Music Theory from the Academy of Music in Graz, Austria, where he taught Music Theory and served as Research Fellow and Director of the Yiddish Music Research Project for eight years. He is the founder and director of the ensemble Budowitz, a founding member of Veretski Pass and has performed and recorded with Itzhak Perlman, The Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Theodore Bikel, Ben Goldberg, Rubin and Horowitz, Brave Old World, Adrienne Cooper and Ruth Yaakov. His music was recently featured in the British film, “Some of my best friends are... Jewish / Muslim”, awarded the Sandford St. Martin Trust Religious Broadcasting Award and is also featured in the new film by Jes Benstock, "The Holocaust Tourist". His recordings with Veretski Pass, Budowitz, the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Rubin & Horowitz and Alicia Svigals, have achieved international recognition and he is the recipient of more than 40 awards for his work as both composer and performer. He was one of the co-founders of the Austrian experimental composer collective, “Die Andere Saite” and received the Prize of Honor by the Austrian government for his orchestral composition, “Tenebrae.” Following his children’s Opera, “Der Wilde Man”, Joshua received The “Award for Outstanding Talent in Composition” by the City of Graz and was twice finalist in the National American ASCAP competition. While teaching at the Graz Academy of Music he was awarded both The David Herzog and Fritz Spielman Awards, and received ongoing support from Louise M. Davies for his dedication to music creativity and education. In 2001, Joshua’s group, Budowitz was chosen by the Austrian government to represent the country in the International Celebration of World Culture’s held at the “House of the Cultures of The World” in Berlin. Joshua taught Advanced Jazz Theory at Stanford University with the late saxophonist Stan Getz and is a regular teacher at Klez Kanada, Klez California and the Klezmer Festival Fürth. His musicological work is featured in four books, including The Sephardic Songbook with Aron Saltiel and The Ultimate Klezmer, and he has written numerous articles on the counterpoint of J.S. Bach. The four guest artists will be featured on Friday evening February 12th as part of Der Freylekher Shabbes. At 6pm, Avia Moore will lead a free dance event for families & children – all ages are welcome. At 8pm Veretski Pass will perform selections from their Klezmer Shul project for which they received a grant to create a non-divisive musical spiritual service with elements from all of the regions of the Pale of Settlement and attempts to bridge the gap between the sacred and the secular, not through the use of words, but with purely instrumental music. Veretski Pass offers it as a gesture of reconciliation in a world divided by doctrine, and dedicates it to the memory of musicians lost to war. On Saturday, February 13th doors open at 6:30pm to the sounds of Ambush Brass, and at 7pm The Rebbe’s Orkestra will open the show on stage. At 7:30pm Veretski Pass will perform music from the band’s new album Polyn (Poland). Be transported to Poland over 100 years ago, as the musicians of Veretski Pass mine the obereks, kujawiaks, krakowiaks and polkas of Poland, a land that was once home to three million Jews. Inspired by the 1901 story, A Gilgul Fun a Nign (Metamorphosis of a Melody), written by Polish Jewish author I.L. Peretz, this repertoire draws from previously unknown Hasidic melodies, Polish country dances, contemporary and 19th century ethnographic collections and field research by the musicians and their colleagues. Drawing on these sources, Veretski Pass has re-imagined, re-composed and re-arranged old urban and rural music to enrich the genre currently known as klezmer music. It is the meeting of Jewish and Polish music - a missing link in the klezmer revival. At 8:45 a dance party to live music by Veretski Pass and local klezmer friends with dancing led by Avia Moore will follow the concert and intermission. On Sunday, February 14th between 10:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. the four guest artists will teach three 90 minute workshop sessions in music & dance. Also on Sunday, there will be a catered and homemade Lunch ‘n Learn when Cookie Segelstein will present “Jews in the Prairie: Growing up with Carpathian Jews in Cowboy Country.” Cookie’s personal experience growing up in Kansas City, Missouri with Holocaust survivor parents in America’s Heartland. The Sunday lunch reservation deadline is on Friday, February 5th. Events throughout the weekend will also feature music and dancing with local klezmer groups and soloists: Nahalat Shalom’s cantorial soloist and music director Beth Cohen, Alavados ensemble, The Nahalat Shalom Community Klezmer Band, Rikud Yiddish dance troupe, The Rebbe’s Orkestra-klezmer and Judaic band, Ambush Brass and di Kavene Kapelye. Nahalat Shalom’s Rabbi Deborah Brin will lead Shabbat services on Saturday, February 13th at 10am and she will be accompanied by the music of Alavados which is the congregation’s in-house smaller 9-piece ensemble. Event prices range from free to $20 per event and an all-event early-bird registration discount of $85 for general admission and $75 for seniors and students. The early-bird discount and Lunch reservation deadline is Friday, February 5th. For tickets, registration, schedule, full class and performance descriptions, and other details visit: www.nahalatshalom.org and ‘Klick’ on: “Klezmer music/dance” and “KlezmerQuerque 2016” --Please also visit & ‘like’ KlezmerQuerque on facebook. For more details contact: Beth Cohen, KlezmerQuerque Ko-ordinator (505) 243-6276, cohenedmunds@netzero.net All events take place at Congregation Nahalat Shalom, 3606 Rio Grande Blvd. NW (between Candelaria & Griegos), Albuquerque, New Mexico 87107. Congregation Nahalat Shalom is a non-profit and tax-exempt organization: www.nahalatshalom.org office: (505) 343-8227.###
Nahalat Shalom - Friday, February 12

KLEZMERQUERQUE 2016

Nahalat Shalom 02-13-2016 CONCERT & DANCE PARTY 6:30-9:30PM (doors @ 6:30): Ambush Brass, The Rebbe's Orkestra, Veretski Pass & Avia Moore. $18-advance, $20-door / $18-door students & seniors. “KlezmerQuerque” Albuquerque New Mexico’s 14th Annual klezmer music and dance festival takes place February 12-14, 2016 (Friday-Sunday) over Presidents Day Weekend. The 14th Annual KlezmerQuerque is a three-day festival of concerts, workshops and dance parties featuring ‘Klezmer’ which is the traditional dance and instrumental music based in the ancient wedding ceremonies of the Eastern European Jewish people. The festival will take place from February 12-14, 2016 (Friday evening through Sunday evening over Presidents Day weekend). KlezmerQuerque is produced by Congregation Nahalat Shalom, its 20-piece intergenerational Community Klezmer Band and Rikud Yiddish dance troupe. The festival presents a wide variety of events for all ages and abilities including a special ½ hour free family & children dance event on Friday, February 12th at 6:00 p.m. with guest dance artist from New York/ Canada – Avia Moore. KlezmerQuerque also features the world-recognized klezmer musicians who make the trio Veretski Pass: Josh Horowitz, Cookie Segelstein & Stu Brotman (www.veretskipass.com). They will be performing and teaching throughout the weekend along with Avia Moore. Cookie Segelstein, violin and viola, received her Masters degree in Viola from The Yale School of Music in 1984. Until moving to California in 2010, she was principal violist in Orchestra New England and assistant principal in The New Haven Symphony, as well as on the music faculty at Southern Connecticut State University. She is the founder and director of Veretski Pass, a member of Budowitz, The Youngers of Zion with Henry Sapoznik, has performed with Kapelye, The Klezmatics, Frank London, Klezmer Fats and Swing with Pete Sokolow and the late Howie Leess, Margot Leverett and the Klezmer Mountain Boys, and The Klezmer Conservatory Band. Cookie presents lecture demonstrations and workshops on klezmer fiddling all over the world, including at Yale University, University of Wisconsin in Madison, University of Virginia in Charlottesville, University of Oregon in Eugene, and at Klezmerwochen in Weimar, Germany. She is a regular staff member at Klez Kanada, Klez California, Klezmer Festival Fürth, Klezfest London, and has been a performing artist at Centrum's Festival of American Fiddle Tunes in Port Townsend, Wash. She was featured on the ABC documentary, “A Sacred Noise”, heard on HBO’s “Sex and the City”, appears in the Miramax film, “Everybody’s Fine” starring Robert De Niro, and heard on several recordings including the Veretski Pass self-titled release, Trafik, and The Klezmer Shul, Budowitz Live, the Koch International label with Orchestra New England in The Orchestral Music of Charles Ives, Hazònes with Frank London. Active as a Holocaust educator and curriculum advisor, she has been a frequent lecturer at the Women’s Correctional Facility in Niantic, CT. Stuart Brotman, bass, basy (cello), tilinca and baraban, has been an accomplished performer, arranger and recording artist in the ethnic music field for over 50 years. A founding member of Los Angeles' Ellis Island Band, he has been a moving force in the klezmer revival since its beginning, and has defined klezmer bass. He holds a B.A. in music with a concentration in Ethnomusicology from the University of California at Los Angeles, and has taught at Buffalo on the Roof, Klez Kanada, Klez California, and numerous European festivals and institutes, including Oxford University, Klezfest London, Yiddish Summer Weimar, Klezmer Festival Fürth, and the Krakow Jewish Festival. Stu has been recording, touring, and teaching New Jewish Music with world class ensemble, Brave Old World since 1989, and is featured in the PBS Great Performances film and CD, “Itzhak Perlman, in the Fiddler’s House.” Long admired as a versatile soloist and sensitive accompanist in traditional and pop music circles, he has toured and recorded with Canned Heat, Kaleidoscope, and Geoff and Maria Muldaur, and played cimbalom on Ry Cooder’s celebrated recording, “Jazz,” which premiered at Carnegie Hall. Stu played cimbalom in “The Postman Always Rings Twice,” and contrabass balalaika in “Love Affair.” He produced The Klezmorim's Grammy nominated album, "Metropolis," and has recorded with The Klezmorim, Kapelye, Andy Statman, and the Klezmer Conservatory Band. Joshua Horowitz, chromatic button accordion, cimbalom and piano, received his Masters degree in Composition and Music Theory from the Academy of Music in Graz, Austria, where he taught Music Theory and served as Research Fellow and Director of the Yiddish Music Research Project for eight years. He is the founder and director of the ensemble Budowitz, a founding member of Veretski Pass and has performed and recorded with Itzhak Perlman, The Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Theodore Bikel, Ben Goldberg, Rubin and Horowitz, Brave Old World, Adrienne Cooper and Ruth Yaakov. His music was recently featured in the British film, “Some of my best friends are... Jewish / Muslim”, awarded the Sandford St. Martin Trust Religious Broadcasting Award and is also featured in the new film by Jes Benstock, "The Holocaust Tourist". His recordings with Veretski Pass, Budowitz, the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Rubin & Horowitz and Alicia Svigals, have achieved international recognition and he is the recipient of more than 40 awards for his work as both composer and performer. He was one of the co-founders of the Austrian experimental composer collective, “Die Andere Saite” and received the Prize of Honor by the Austrian government for his orchestral composition, “Tenebrae.” Following his children’s Opera, “Der Wilde Man”, Joshua received The “Award for Outstanding Talent in Composition” by the City of Graz and was twice finalist in the National American ASCAP competition. While teaching at the Graz Academy of Music he was awarded both The David Herzog and Fritz Spielman Awards, and received ongoing support from Louise M. Davies for his dedication to music creativity and education. In 2001, Joshua’s group, Budowitz was chosen by the Austrian government to represent the country in the International Celebration of World Culture’s held at the “House of the Cultures of The World” in Berlin. Joshua taught Advanced Jazz Theory at Stanford University with the late saxophonist Stan Getz and is a regular teacher at Klez Kanada, Klez California and the Klezmer Festival Fürth. His musicological work is featured in four books, including The Sephardic Songbook with Aron Saltiel and The Ultimate Klezmer, and he has written numerous articles on the counterpoint of J.S. Bach. The four guest artists will be featured on Friday evening February 12th as part of Der Freylekher Shabbes. At 6pm, Avia Moore will lead a free dance event for families & children – all ages are welcome. At 8pm Veretski Pass will perform selections from their Klezmer Shul project for which they received a grant to create a non-divisive musical spiritual service with elements from all of the regions of the Pale of Settlement and attempts to bridge the gap between the sacred and the secular, not through the use of words, but with purely instrumental music. Veretski Pass offers it as a gesture of reconciliation in a world divided by doctrine, and dedicates it to the memory of musicians lost to war. On Saturday, February 13th doors open at 6:30pm to the sounds of Ambush Brass, and at 7pm The Rebbe’s Orkestra will open the show on stage. At 7:30pm Veretski Pass will perform music from the band’s new album Polyn (Poland). Be transported to Poland over 100 years ago, as the musicians of Veretski Pass mine the obereks, kujawiaks, krakowiaks and polkas of Poland, a land that was once home to three million Jews. Inspired by the 1901 story, A Gilgul Fun a Nign (Metamorphosis of a Melody), written by Polish Jewish author I.L. Peretz, this repertoire draws from previously unknown Hasidic melodies, Polish country dances, contemporary and 19th century ethnographic collections and field research by the musicians and their colleagues. Drawing on these sources, Veretski Pass has re-imagined, re-composed and re-arranged old urban and rural music to enrich the genre currently known as klezmer music. It is the meeting of Jewish and Polish music - a missing link in the klezmer revival. At 8:45 a dance party to live music by Veretski Pass and local klezmer friends with dancing led by Avia Moore will follow the concert and intermission. On Sunday, February 14th between 10:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. the four guest artists will teach three 90 minute workshop sessions in music & dance. Also on Sunday, there will be a catered and homemade Lunch ‘n Learn when Cookie Segelstein will present “Jews in the Prairie: Growing up with Carpathian Jews in Cowboy Country.” Cookie’s personal experience growing up in Kansas City, Missouri with Holocaust survivor parents in America’s Heartland. The Sunday lunch reservation deadline is on Friday, February 5th. Events throughout the weekend will also feature music and dancing with local klezmer groups and soloists: Nahalat Shalom’s cantorial soloist and music director Beth Cohen, Alavados ensemble, The Nahalat Shalom Community Klezmer Band, Rikud Yiddish dance troupe, The Rebbe’s Orkestra-klezmer and Judaic band, Ambush Brass and di Kavene Kapelye. Nahalat Shalom’s Rabbi Deborah Brin will lead Shabbat services on Saturday, February 13th at 10am and she will be accompanied by the music of Alavados which is the congregation’s in-house smaller 9-piece ensemble. Event prices range from free to $20 per event and an all-event early-bird registration discount of $85 for general admission and $75 for seniors and students. The early-bird discount and Lunch reservation deadline is Friday, February 5th. For tickets, registration, schedule, full class and performance descriptions, and other details visit: www.nahalatshalom.org and ‘Klick’ on: “Klezmer music/dance” and “KlezmerQuerque 2016” --Please also visit & ‘like’ KlezmerQuerque on facebook. For more details contact: Beth Cohen, KlezmerQuerque Ko-ordinator (505) 243-6276, cohenedmunds@netzero.net All events take place at Congregation Nahalat Shalom, 3606 Rio Grande Blvd. NW (between Candelaria & Griegos), Albuquerque, New Mexico 87107. Congregation Nahalat Shalom is a non-profit and tax-exempt organization: www.nahalatshalom.org office: (505) 343-8227.###
Thursday, January 28
Desert Rose Playhous - Friday, February 5

THE BIRDS

Desert Rose Playhouse 02-05-2016 FEBRUARY 5th - 28th Fridays and Saturdays @ 8:00pm, Sundays @ 2:00pm **Special pay what you wish performance: Thursday Feb.11th @ 8:00. Approx. run time: 90 min. presented with no intermission Tickets @ www.desertroseplayhouse.net Inspired by Daphne du Maurier's short story, and Alfred Hitchcock's legendary film, this suspenseful adaptation by acclaimed Irish playwright Conor McPherson is an emotionally stirring, atmospheric drama in the intimate Desert Rose Playhouse. Mysterious masses of birds have begun to violently attack at high tide, driving strangers Nat and Diane to take refuge in an isolated, abandoned house by the sea and form a bond to survive their haunting new circumstance. However, this play explores the issue of man’s fundamental morality, suggesting that, in the face of disaster, man will be ruthless in pursuit of survival.
Monday, January 25
Sister Bar - Thursday, February 11

LOWLIFE VIDS'N'VINYL

Thurs. Feb. 11- LowLife Vids’n’Vinyl has DJs RyGar & Caterwaul bumping the usual mix of eclectic rock wax from garage to punk, freak to funk; psych, noise and anything in between, and combined with oddball video like always. Hi-Phy Records pop-up store will also be joining us again! They’ve got lots of records for sale- cool, good quality vinyl at great prices, plus they’re really nice people. @ Sister (407 Central Ave. NW) starts 9pm, 21+ No Cover, and the kitchen is cookin’
Sunday, January 24
DOG HOUSE - Wednesday, February 17

MEATWAVE(CHICAGO,IL)

DOG HOUSE 02-17-2016
DOG HOUSE - Wednesday, February 17

MEATWAVE(CHICAGO,IL)

DOG HOUSE 02-17-2016 Townie Productions presents: MEAT WAVE (kinetic lo-fi gross-out from Chicago) https://meatwavechicago.bandcamp.com/ Personals (scuzz-pop) https://personalsband.bandcamp.com/releases Crime Lab (indie-sensi) https://crim3lab.bandcamp.com/releases Train Conductor (brainbows) https://soundcloud.com/train-conductor Music begins squarely at 8pm so don't miss out! Bring $5 for the touring band's gas then some more for merch! I use these exclamation points because I mean it! Thanks The Dog House and Cottonwood Collective for hosting! Respect the space and shower it with affection and words of affirmation! www.facebook.com/events/962105173826484/
Tuesday, January 19
BURT'S TIKI LOUNGE - Tuesday, February 16

ROCK AGAINST RACISM PRESE

BURT'S TIKI LOUNGE 02-16-2016
BURT'S TIKI LOUNGE - Tuesday, February 16

UNITY FOR THE COMMUNITY

02-16-2016 BURT'S TIKI LOUNGE
Monday, January 18
BURTS TIKI LOUNGE - Sunday, January 24

SUNDAY NIGHT MASSACRE

On there way back from Desert Destroyer Fest II, HISS from Austin, Texas make a stop at BURTS TIKI LOUNGE for a one night performance with local openers HANTA and WEEDRAT. Doors open @ 8 and the music starts @ 9. 21+/Sorry Kiddos. Invite yourself: https://www.facebook.com/events/1551393988518057/
SMALL ENGINE GALLERY - Thursday, January 21

MARTY CRANDALL / LILITH

SMALL ENGINE GALLERY 01-21-2016 Townie Productions PRESENTS:::: Holy Glories (ABQ power psych) www.holyglories.bandcamp.com Marty Crandall (ABQ interstellar solo vibes) www.akahighdesert.bandcamp.com/album/high-desert Liłith (ABQ heavy hitters) LISAUSKY MARTINEZ OLSON TRIO (ABQ heady improv) www.lisauskymartinezolsontrio.bandcamp.com 8PM $DONATION$ at The Small Engine Gallery BRING FRIENDS!!! https://www.facebook.com/events/1667626183513475/
SISTER - Wednesday, January 20

LEFTOVER SOUL

https://www.facebook.com/events/203669616647101/ SISTER 01-20-2016
SISTER - Thursday, January 21

AL SCORTCH

https://www.facebook.com/events/152523815114865/ Al Scorch: Grafting literate, character-driven songs and Mid-American roots onto a post-punk DIY sensibility, Chicago-based songwriter, performer and instrumentalist Al Scorch is at the forefront of a bold musical frontier. A songwriter, vocalist, claw-hammer banjoist and rambunctious force of nature, Scorch –– solo and with his shifting collective of musicians –– regales audiences across the U.S., the UK and Ireland, “…breathing fire and brimstone,” as Alan Harrison, No Depression testifies The Saltine Ramblers: The Saltine Ramblers started as a group of friends bringing their diverse influences to acoustic jams in a Los Lunas living room in 2004. Bluegrass, alt-country, old time fiddle tunes, folk, blues, cajun, rock & roll and life in New Mexico are all influences that commingle in the music they create. Strong, heartfelt originals are supplemented by unique interpretations of songs by primary influences Bill Monroe, Ween, John Hartford, Wilco, Grateful Dead and the alien band from the Mos Eisley Cantina. Some songs are goofy, some heartbreaking, some say I want you back, some say I don’t need you anyway. The Saltine Ramblers are Kevin Strange (guitar, vocals) Cory Minefee (guitar, vocals) David Ivey (fiddle, mandolin, vocals) and Dave Payne (bass, squeeze, vocals). SISTER 01-21-2016
SISTER - Friday, January 22

DEF-I ALBUM RELEASE

Def-i of Definition Rare is releasing a new album featuring production from Sapient, DiViNCi, Smoke M2D6, Per C Wells, and more + guest features from Xperience (XP), Sleep of Oldominion, L*Roneous, and more. *$7 presale & $10 at the door w/ free CD upon entry. Live performances by: Innastate, Definition Rare, Äkword Actwrite, plus more. Special sets by: DJ REFLEKSHIN & DJ MNSTR SLYR Visuals by: Projekta Selektas (Janitor One) Dance showcase by: XFRX (Chief Roxx) Beat showcase by: Gerome PerC-Wells Arguello Live art by: Randy L Barton & Patrick CloudFace Burnham. https://www.facebook.com/events/1665836803705690/ SISTER 01-22-2016
SISTER - Saturday, January 23

2ND ANNUAL PAJAMMY JAM

SISTER 01-23-2016 https://www.facebook.com/events/1248827691801498/ It's that time once again! 2nd Annual Pajama Jammy Jam at Sister! Last year's party was dope, this year is gonna be even better!! All proceeds going to the Christopher Robinson Scholarship Fund.
Wednesday, January 13
Lazy Lizard - Thursday, January 14

MOUNTAIN DANCE PARTY!

Merican Slang: Live at Lazy Lizard 01-14-2016 FREE! Kitchen Open Late! All Ages (W/ parents) 7-10PM MericanSlang.com
Wednesday, January 6
Low Spirits - Friday, January 15

SPOONFED TRIBE

One night only! Spoonfed Tribe! With Special Guests: Merican Slang! 21+ Drink Specials, buy tickets ($7) at: http://www.lowspiritslive.com/event/226564/spoonfed-tribe-merican-slang Low Spirits 01-16-2016
Launchpad - Tuesday, February 9

FAT TUESDAY PARTY!

Fat Tuesday Party! Concepto Tambor Live with Special Guests, Mondo Vibrations and Merican Slang! Celebrate Fat Tuesday at Launchpad 02-09-2016! 21+ $8 @ the door

Comedy

Tuesday, January 12

DEATH BY HAGGIS

By NM author Jay Cutts. Available at: https://www.createspace.com/4115240 or on Amazon. An Amazon Breakthrough Novel Quarterfinalist, Death by Haggis is a tongue in cheek detective novel inspired by the Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest for the "opening sentence to the worst of all possible novels." Until the day Jane Hamchester walked into his squalid office, the highlight of Detective Sam Barlow's life had been a particularly good tuna sandwich. Now he is charged with trying to save the life of the only woman he ever, uhm, thought was really swell. His only problem is that there are no clues, other than the nonsensical utterances of a dying man. Barlow's desperate search takes him first to Scotland and then to the Aegean. But time is running out. Not only for Jane but for the human race. Barlow's only possible hope lies at the bottom of an ancient cavern, a remnant from the time when a different kind of human populated the Earth, a kind of human that could have saved mankind. Alas, they are long extinct. Or are they? Free preview at: http://www.cuttsreviews.com/books/ [email reply]

GIGANTIC FOOT OF DOOM

By NM author Jay Cutts: Annie Gomez and the Gigantic Foot of Doom. This YA sci-fi/fantasy adventure portrays the "teen condition" with more than a bit of humor, a la Terry Pratchett's Tiffany Aching. It features Annie Gomez and her "coterie" of fellow outcasts. Annie Gomez, having just completed 10th grade, wrestles with being the smartest person she knows (and probably the smartest person ever) and yet having to deal with absurd parents, thick classmates, and saving the world from aliens (or possibly fairies.) Will she prevail at the last minute? Where has Aaron been this whole time? What happens when you fall in love with someone from a parallel dimension? And what can stop that gigantic foot descending from the sky to destroy the Earth? Available at: https://www.createspace.com/5258056 or on Amazon. Get a free preview at: http://www.cuttsreviews.com/books/ Call us at 505-281-0684 for details. [email reply]

FREE PERFORMANCE/READING

This Thursday, Jan. 14. Bookworks, on Rio Grande, north of Griegos, next to Flying Star. Starts at 7 pm. I'm the author of Death by Haggis and Annie Gomez & the Gigantic Foot of Doom. I'll be doing a presentation this Thursday at 7 pm at Bookworks, on Rio Grande north of Griegos, next to Flying Star. It's free and hopefully will be entertaining. I'm going to do some readings/presentations from my two novels. There might be mood music. There might be props. There might be drama and humor. There might be pathos. Or it might just be pathetic. Come and find out! It would be fun to have some friends in the audience and I'll do my best to make sure it's entertaining. Think of it as a sort of Rocky Horror event, only less rocky and less horrible. Feel free to bring props or costumes related to detective novels, fairies, space aliens, teenagers or other fictional creatures.

Events

Sunday, January 31

DUKE CITY PAINTS-N-PINTS

GRAND OPENING!!!! Albuquerque, the Duke City's, newest hot spot for paint and wine/beer is opening Feb 12th. Your new go to destination for a date night, ladies night out, or family fun night, Duke City Paints-N-Pints is the place to be. Partnered with Camino Real Winery we have the best selection of local New Mexico wines and craft beers to offer. Check us out on Facebook for special offers or visit us on the web, www.dukecitypaintsnpints.com . [email reply]
Sunday, January 24

BALLROOM DANCING!

Looking for something different to do on 1st, 3rd, & 5th Sunday each month? Join USA Dance NM #5047 for ballroom dancing at the Alb. Square Dance Center, 4915 Hawkins NE. Dancing 6:00pm-9:00pm. Free beginner class at 5:30pm. $5.00/members & $8.00/non-members. All levels of dancers are welcome! A mix of ballroom, swing, and latin dances are played throughout the evening in a fabulously friendly atmosphere. Call 505-288-0313 or check usadancenm.org for more info.
Thursday, January 14

UNREDEEMABLE

Imagine a world where any woman can go anywhere at any time without fear. In an effort to break through a barrier with a client a world renowned therapist butts heads with a government administrator, confronting popular beliefs of what it takes to prevent sexual assault. Mary, a world renowned therapist works with sex offender Dan to reprogram his behavior around sexual temptation and dysfunction. She reaches a barrier that she can’t seem to break through. She approaches Sawyer, a government administrator who has a new program with promising results. Because the program is new Sawyer needs an endorsement from Mary to legitimize it. However, when they uncover each others beliefs around what it takes to prevent sexual assault. sparks fly, leaving Dan in the cross hairs. Aux Dog Theatre, 1/30, 2PM
Monday, January 11

PANCAKE BREAKFAST BENEFIT

In an effort to create a program we call Handbags for the Homeless, we are hosting a benefit breakfast. For $8.00 you will receive 2 pancakes, 2 sausages, orange juice and your choice of coffee or tea proudly served to you by the smiling faces of volunteers from the Blue Cross Community Centennial Social Services team. Help us help the Homeless by joining us at Applebee's at 2600 Menaul Blvd NE Albuquerque on February 6th from 8:00 am to 10:00 am. To purchase tickets please call Barbara Friend at (505) 816-3108.
 
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