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Employment

Wednesday, March 29

HELP WANTED-

Office/Clerical. PT clerical person needed from Monday-Friday, $600.00 weekly. Computer skills, customer service skills, some cash & items handling skills. Apply email: beckfordmurray07@gmail.com

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Thursday, March 23

MEDICAL EDUCATION PROG AS

The Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology is seeking an experienced, organized and energetic Medical Education Program Assistant 2. Under general supervision, this position will coordinate 2 fellowships. This includes schedule preparation and publishing, coordination of lectures and didactic sessions, maintaining fellowship statistics, tracking of fellow's work hours, keeping fellow Dossier's up to date, assistance with travel for the fellows, assistance with research duties of the fellows including poster preparation, oral presentations and grant submissions, coordinating interviews of oncoming fellows, as well as providing support for the Clerkship Director. 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. EEO/Minorities/Females/Vets/Disabled Apply now! https://unmjobs.unm.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=90898
Wednesday, March 22

CAREGIVER WANTED

Elder has trouble standing, but no bathing or toilet problems. Starting pay $13.00 and starting hours 15 hrs. start on negotiable weekend hours. Employer pays for background check. You will need car with insurance and current registration. Call or text 505-435-6158 to schedule interview. Participation in singing, ping pong (well, not too good yet), ti chi, swimming, cooking. laundry, cat and dog care, errands. check made out to you and taxes.
Thursday, March 16

FINANCIAL AID OFFICER

Financial Aid Officer Posting #0837877 This position is located at UNM-Gallup Campus, Gallup, NM. The Financial Aid Officer will perform duties within a centralized financial aid services environment, evaluates, approves, and awards financial aid to students in accordance with federal, state, and university regulations, policies, and operating guidelines. Assesses financial needs of students, and advises students and parents regarding financial aid options, processes, and requirements. Evaluates student academic progress, and adjudicates academic progress appeals. Participates as appropriate in systems/procedures planning and management; implements and coordinates specific individual programs and/or assignments, in accordance with the overall objectives of the department. 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 TO APPLY: For complete information including closing dates, minimum requirements, and instructions on how to apply for this or any UNM position please visit our website at http://UNMJobs.unm.edu or call (505) 863-7557. UNM Gallup Human Resources, 705 Gurley Ave., Gallup, NM 87301. EEO/Minorities/Females/Vets/Disabled
Wednesday, March 15

COORD,ENROLLMENT SERVICES

The School of Law Registrar’s Office seeks an energetic, detail oriented and reliable Coordinator, Enrollment Services to assist with a variety of activities, including: Responds to student inquiries regarding registration, transcripts and testing; curriculum changes utilizing online Curriculum Workflow; uses in-house (SoLAR) and Banner/MyReports systems to record data and run reports; updates webpage; monitors, updates student and academic records; coordinates exam process and course evaluations. May train/supervise student workers. May occasionally work for a weekend exam. Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of Banner, MyReports, Adobe Acrobat, Excel and Word; Familiarity with UNM enrollment processes and FERPA; Experience with Access is a plus. EEO/Minorities/Females/Vets/Disabled
Friday, March 10

HOUSE CLEANERS

Mon-Fri, Days. Weekly Pay. Up to $10.70/hr. Car required. Paid mileage & Travel. Paid Training. CALL 344-9880
Thursday, February 23

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Friday, February 17

STUDENT PROG SPECIALIST

Since 1969, El Centro de la Raza has provided support services and academic programs for the largest and fastest growing ethnic population at the University of New Mexico. El Centro is committed to the cultural, social, academic, and emotional experience of Latino/Hispano students and their families at UNM. Through mentoring, recruitment efforts, cultural programming, civic engagement, advocacy, student internships, professional and academic development as well as scholarships opportunities, El Centro is instrumental to student access and success by building strategic partnerships and supporting the development of new leaders for the future of the Latino/Hispano community. El Centro de la Raza is seeking a dynamic and detail-oriented individual, who is able to work in a fast paced and ever changing environment. This individual will develop, implement, and oversee a range of integrated and innovative special programs and initiatives designed to assist in the recruitment and retention of graduate and/or undergraduate students within an underrepresented target population. In particular, they must be able to develop and implement curriculum and support/promote research in multiple academic areas for undergraduate and graduate students. They will also participate in the generation of funding and resources and in the internal and external promotion and representation of program activities. Funding is available for this position on a yearly basis; current funding through 06/30/2017. Continuance beyond such date is subject to the department's operational needs and continued funding from the New Mexico Legislature. 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. 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. To apply, please visit http://unmjobs.unm.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=90645

ADVANCED PRACTICE SPCLSTS

UNM Cancer Center has several job opportunities for Advanced Practice Specialists (NP, PA, CNS) in Medical, Surgical, Transplant and Phase 1 Clinical Trial Departments. This is a great opportunity to join a dynamic multidisciplinary healthcare team, work directly with oncologists and provide care to patients undergoing treatments at UNM Cancer Center Outpatient clinic. One of the only 47 NCI designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers UNM Cancer Center delivers the most up to date treatments in oncology. UNM Cancer Center offers 10K sign on bonus, weekends and most holidays off, tuition remission, great benefits, and many opportunities for professional development and growth. 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. To apply, please visit http://unmjobs.unm.edu
Thursday, February 16

RESEARCH COORDINATOR

The Urogynecology Research Division is in need of a 1.0 FTE Research Coordinator position. The Research Coordinator position will exist in order to support funded research projects within the Urogynecology division and the department of Ob/Gyn. This position will assist in the coordination and administration of daily research activities and ensure that study protocols and regulatory requirements are followed. This position will be involved in the recruitment and coordination of research subjects for multiple Urogynecology grants and will serve as a primary contact for these projects. This person will assist in managing new HRPO study submissions, modifications, and closures and serve as a liaison with the HRPO staff. The Research Coordinator will maintain recordkeeping systems, patient schedules and appointments and be involved in data collection, entry and maintenance. This position requires strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community. It will require, skills in organizing resources, multi-tasking and establishing priorities. It will require the ability to analyze, develop, establish and maintain efficient office work flow and administrative processes. 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. 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. To apply, visit http://unmjobs.unm.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=90630
Wednesday, February 15

SUPV, PARKING FACILITIES

Posting #0837310: UNM Parking and Transportation Services has an opening for a Supervisor, Parking Facilities in its Parking Operations division. This position will report to the division manager and will oversee the maintenance of the University's parking facilities and equipment. The position requires performing work in an outdoor environment. The successful candidate will demonstrate leadership capabilities and have experience working in a construction or facility maintenance environment; supervising personnel to include work allocation, scheduling, providing training, and evaluating performance; devising inventory controls; and demonstrated advanced problem solving and communication skills. This position will be responsible for the coordination and maintenance of the University's parking pay station services and related support activities. This position will also be responsible for overseeing the maintenance and cleaning of all University parking structures, ensuring compliance with all appropriate regulations, policies, and operating standards. Other duties include, but are not limited to, the following: Monitoring and assisting with campus facilities construction Developing, maintaining, and updating data on the number, status, and availability of parking spaces in all areas of campus Supervising Parking Facilities Technicians Overseeing the control of equipment inventory Troubleshooting routine equipment and maintenance issues Assisting with the implementation of specified projects Overseeing and performing snow removal during inclement weather 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. 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. Apply at http://unmjobs.unm.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=90274

Announcements

Saturday, January 7

Opportunities

Monday, March 20

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT

The American Society of Radiologic Technologists is seeking an Executive Assistant to provide administrative support to its management team. This individual works relatively independently in a highly professional office environment and performs a variety of support functions. The successful candidate will possess polished business acumen and have the ability to effectively interact with staff members at all levels while maintaining confidentiality. Responsibilities • Perform general administrative duties such as scheduling appointments, organizing meetings, managing calendars, taking notes and transcription, preparing and processing invoices, and preparing and storing documents. Requirements • 3-5 years’ experience working in a highly professional environment. • Solid attention to detail with an emphasis on accuracy and multitasking. • Intermediate to advanced skill level using Microsoft Office programs. • Excellent problem solving, decision making and judgement skills to identify, interpret and resolve situations while keeping the immediate supervisor apprised of developments. • Strong analytical, prioritization, organizational and project management skills with the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment. • Ability to work effectively in a collaborative team environment, yet independently when necessary. • Outstanding oral and written communication skills with an emphasis on clarity and precision. • Natural desire to be proactive, build rapport, use diplomacy and be tactful. ASRT employees enjoy a 100-percent-employer-paid, comprehensive benefits package, tuition reimbursement, community outreach program, vacation and sick time, holiday pay and an exquisite 401(k) plan. What are you waiting for? Apply now at asrt.org/asrtjobs. ASRT is an equal opportunity employer. All newly hired employees will be subject to the E-Verify Employment Eligibility Verification Program.
Thursday, March 16

REDUCE YOUR DRINKING?

New non-medication based treatment program for heavy drinking using brain stimulation and mindfulness. You will be paid up to $400 for up to 28 hours of your time. Please call 750-0451 or email abqresearch@unm.edu.
Tuesday, March 14

SELF-MOTIVATED PEOPLE

Cutting Edge Technology. Do not miss out on this. Free showing of the technology. Opportunity for anyone who is looking for either part time or full time work. One hour of your time may change your life forever. Call for time and location of showing. (505)353-7382 Joseph
Wednesday, March 8

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PRACTIT

GED/HS Dip. + 4 yrs. of exp. working w/youth in the areas of employment and job/life skills training & related areas dealing w/youth employment/educ. issues. Knowledge of community resources & ability to work efficiently w/the public & private agencies; assessment, service planning & coord. in working w/adolescents & families. Salary: $14.30/HR. Apply at YDI, 6301 Central NW, 505/831-6038 or visit our website at www.ydinm.org. Posting Closes: 3/17/17.

VOLUNTEER WRITERS WANTED

www.DukeCityTimes.Com is looking for Volunteer Writers to better our community call 505-804-4774

Studies

Monday, March 27

STRESS & THE BRAIN STUDY

Researchers at UNM, CASAA and the Mind Research Network are seeking people 21-50 years of age who have experienced domestic violence, rape, sexual assault, or severe physical assault for a study of the effects of traumatic stress on emotions and urges to drink alcohol. The study involves two appointments at the Mind Research Network for a total of about 7 hours. We are looking for people who don’t have any problems as well as those who do. You will be compensated financially for your participation. If you are interested in participating or would like more information, please call 505-925-2335 or email us at casaastudy@gmail.com. HRRC# 13-327
Friday, March 17

ABQ DRINQ STUDY

We are seeking healthy individuals 22-55 years of age who are moderate to heavy drinkers for a study of how alcohol use affects brain functioning. The study involves four visits at the Mind Research Network over 18 months and each visit requires up to 8 hours, which can be split over multiple days. You will be compensated at the rate of $20/hour for your participation. The Mind Research Network is located on the North Campus of University of New Mexico. If you would like to be considered for the study, please call 505-633-4028 or email abqdrinq@mrn.org. Please mention “ABQ DRINQ Study”.
Monday, March 6

MRI STUDY

Boys and girls between the ages of 12-18 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, 2-3 visits possible. The study is located at The Mind Research Network on the north campus of UNM. For more information please call 505-272-0769 or email amayer@mrn.org (HRRC # 07-272). [email reply]
Wednesday, February 22

ABQ DRINQ STUDY

We are seeking healthy individuals 22-55 years of age who are moderate to heavy drinkers for a study of how alcohol use affects brain functioning. The study involves four visits at the Mind Research Network over 18 months and each visit requires up to 8 hours, which can be split over multiple days. You will be compensated at the rate of $20/hour for your participation. The Mind Research Network is located on the North Campus of University of New Mexico. If you would like to be considered for the study, please call 505-633-4028 or email abqdrinq@mrn.org. Please mention “ABQ DRINQ Study”.
Tuesday, January 3

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).

Cars

Thursday, March 23

CALL ME FOR LOW PAYMENTS

Call me I'll get you LOW car payments! Steven 505-804-4774

Businesses For Sale

Thursday, March 2

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Wellness

Wednesday, March 22

MEDICAL INTUITIVE

Elizabeth Anglin also offering Reiki,Intuitive Healing and Emotion Code clearing work. Appointments by phone or in person in Madrid, NM http://www.elizabethanglin.com Phone: 505-908-9558
Thursday, March 16

REDUCE YOUR DRINKING?

New non-medication based treatment program for heavy drinking using brain stimulation and mindfulness. You will be paid up to $400 for up to 28 hours of your time. Please call 505-750-0451 or email abqresearch@unm.edu.
Monday, March 13

CRYSTAL HEALING CLASS

Wednesday March 15th from 6:30 to 9pm,cost is $30.00 at Awaken to Wellness 1704 Moon NE (87112) suite 9 www.awakentowellnessnm.com text to 505 363 5768 to RSVP see us on facebook Diane Camillo

Alternative Medicine

Wednesday, March 15

PREGNANCY AND POT SURVEY

If you used pot during pregnancy, please take the time to do this survey: https://goo.gl/lnE8MW [email reply]

Counseling/Psychiatry

Friday, March 24

STRUGGLING?

Offering evidence-based, problem-focused, strength-based, holistic, rational, experienced therapy. Private office in UNM area. Accepting Presbyterian and Magellan insurance, and offering a sliding fee. Jay Glickman LPCC; Gryphon Counseling LLC. (505) 585-2601 [email reply]

Licensed Massage

In the print edition: Thursday, April 6

BEAUTIFUL MASSAGE

8210 La Mirada NE Ste. 400. Call 505-332-3339 LMT Lic. #5694.
Friday, March 10

MEDICAL/STRESS RELIEF

Medical/stress relief expertise. Canadian trained Therapist. $60 w/ ad. Katrina LMT# 6855 506-4016 innovative.massagetherapy.com
Monday, January 23

AFFORDABLE MASSAGES

Thai,DeepTissue,Myofascial, Shiatsu,Craniosacral,Swedish, Neuromuscular,Reflexology,Sports

Metaphysical

Friday, March 17

MEDITATION RETREAT

Nontraditional. June 24-July 1, 2017. Attend 1 to 7 days. Explore directly what meditative presence is and how it sheds light on the cause of suffering in our lives. Tradition-neutral a la Adyashanti, Eckhart Tolle, Krishnamurti, Byron Katie, Toni Packer. Nat'l forest near Abq. 281-0684. meditationNM.wordpress.com [email reply]

MEDITATION - A FRESH LOOK

Clarifying Meditative Work – A Fresh Look. Sat., March 18, 2-5 pm. A workshop for people from any meditation traditions or no tradition at all, as well as for people interested in teachers such as Eckhart Tolle, Pema Chodron, Toni Packer, Nhat Hanh, Byron Katie and Krishnamurti. We'll meet from 2 to 3:45, and then continue to 5 pm, for those who want to stay, at the Wat Center,145 Madison NE, corner of Madison and Copper, east of Washington in Albuquerque. 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, direct meditative listening. Sitting and discussion. $2 donation. We will also meet Ap. 15, May 13, June, 3 . Facilitated by Jay Cutts. Jay has attended retreats with Toni Packer for over 40 years and meets from time to time with people from varying backgrounds to clarify meditative work together. Seven day retreat in late June. Reservations, info, 281-0684. https://meditationnm.wordpress.com/ [email reply]
Saturday, March 11

ART PROGRESSIVE TANCE

Lisa Joy releases Longing Tolls, Music Single 8:32 playing time: Available for full download. Contemplative and reflective musical exploration of sound by it's relation of distance, space and silence contained within the lush fullness of orchestral arrangement and evocative rhythm. Download Now. https://exoticmysticism.com and https://wp.me/p7VZl9-rY
Friday, March 10

ENERGY HEALING CLASSES

Beginners~4/22 & 23 Intermediate/Advanced~5/20 & 21 Being held at the ABQ Zen Center~Instructor Anam Mary Bernadette~Includes lunch on all days! More Info & to Register, visit www.clearvisionmarybernadette.com or call 505-469-3712
Friday, February 24

PSYCHIC, SPIRIT MEDIUM

Elizabeth Anglin, Gentle, joyful, accurate readings regarding love, career, health and healing, family, pets, performance horses and riders. February New Client Special 33% off 1st Psychic Reading. By phone appointment or in-person in Madrid, NM. phone: 505-908-9558 http://www.elizabethanglin.com

Self-Help/Workshops

Friday, March 17

MEDITATION RETREAT

Nontraditional. June 24-July 2, 2017. Attend 1 to 7 days. Explore directly what meditative presence is and how it sheds light on the cause of suffering in our lives. Tradition-neutral a la Adyashanti, Eckhart Tolle, Krishnamurti, Byron Katie, Toni Packer. Nat'l forest near Abq. 281-0684. meditationNM.wordpress.com

MEDITATION - A FRESH LOOK

Clarifying Meditative Work – A Fresh Look. Sat., March 18, 2-5 pm. A workshop for people from any meditation traditions or no tradition at all, as well as for people interested in teachers such as Eckhart Tolle, Pema Chodron, Toni Packer, Nhat Hanh, Byron Katie and Krishnamurti. We meet 2 to 3:45, and then continue to 5 pm, for those who want to stay, at the Wat Center,145 Madison NE, corner of Madison and Copper, east of Washington in Albuquerque. 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, direct meditative listening. Sitting and discussion. $2 donation. We will also meet 4/15, 5/13, 6/3. Facilitated by Jay Cutts. Jay has attended retreats with Toni Packer for over 40 years and meets from time to time with people from varying backgrounds to clarify meditative work together. Seven day retreat late June. Reservations, info, 281-0684. https://meditationnm.wordpress.com/ [email reply]

Yoga

Friday, March 10

YOGA STUDIO GRAND OPENING

Free classes, workshops, deals, & giveaways April 7-9! Visit webpage to see events & details: yogaartspace.com/grand-opening Yoga Art Space,8338 Comanche Rd [email reply]

YOGA STUDIO GRAND OPENING

Free classes, workshops, deals, & giveaways April 7-9! Visit webpage for details: yogaartspace.com/grand-opening Yoga Art Space,8338 Comanche Rd [email reply]

Beauty Services

Monday, March 6

UNM DENTAL SERVICES

FREE Dental Screenings and AFFORDABLE Dental care. We accept Medicaid and other dental insurance. Call or text 505-433-9543

Legal Services

Thursday, March 23

LEGAL DOCUMENTATION SRVC.

Pro Se Legal Document Preparation Service. call 505-804-4774
Wednesday, March 8

PERSONAL INJURY LAWYERS

Blazejewski & Hansen, LLC is a local, woman-owned personal injury law firm providing aggressive, ethical, and compassionate representation for injured New Mexicans. Car crashes, motorcycle crashes, slips/trips/falls, dog bites, and more. Free consultation--no fee unless we win your case. Call (505) 554-1660. On the web at www.blazehansenlaw.com [email reply]
Monday, March 6

BANKRUPTCY CHAPTER 7 $200

Stop Garnishments FAST Payment Plans Available!! Uncontested DV from $199 505-688-0070

Home Services

Wednesday, March 1

ROBERTS RENOVATIONS

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

Handyman Services

Sunday, March 12

7 STAR ELECT-PLUMB-HEAT

www.AlbuquerqueElectricians.net 505-332-8965 / Mike Bell / Owner Heat, Electric, Plumbing, Cooling - mikebell711@yahoo.com [email reply]
Wednesday, March 1

ROBERTS RENOVATIONS

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

Pet Services

Wednesday, March 22

ANIMAL COMMUNICATOR

Elizabeth Anglin, Serving dogs, cats, others, performance horses and their riders. http://www.elizabethanglin.com/animalcommunication.htm Phone: 505-908-9558
Thursday, March 2

LOST PUG DOG

3 yo male PUG lost Feb 12 Fawn body with black face in N E hts area REWARd call Susan505 2567810 or 505 2219919

Photographic Services

Thursday, March 16

POLICE OFFICERS & FAMILY

TincturedGeek Photography and Graphic Design wants to say thanks to Albuquerque Police Officers and their families by offering our standard FAMILY PORTRAIT sessions for only $25! Offer available now thru April 30th. www.tincturedgeek.com or tincturedgeek@gmail.com for more info [email reply]
Thursday, February 16

SENIOR PORTRAITS

Affordable photo packages! www.tincturedgeek.com [email reply]

WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY

Affordable photo packages! www.tincturedgeek.com [email reply]

QUINCENERAS & EVENTS

Affordable photo packages! www.tincturedgeek.com ¡Hablamos Español! [email reply]

FAMILY PORTRAITS

Affordable photo packages! www.tincturedgeek.com [email reply]

Buy/Sell/Trade

Wednesday, March 22

FOR SALE

Marionettes, puppets, dolls. http://kidstale-nm.com
Monday, March 13

RUSTIC DINING TABLE

Huge 7' solid wood rustic dining table from World Market, originally $700. Has some minor flaws - table was purchased as a damaged item on sale, the major flaw has been fixed, doesn't really affect the structural integrity of the table. Makes a great desk for a grad student to write a dissertation on. $275 OBO, will deliver in the ABQ area for $40 (huge and heavy) [email reply]
Sunday, April 10

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]

Garage Sales

Monday, March 6

LOTS OF HOUSEHOLD ITEMS

Friday & Saturday, March 10 & 11. Small kitchen appliances, wake board, books, and so much more. Lots of good stuff! EVERYTHING must go as priced OBO. At 1038 Claudine St NE, Albuquerque. The Lomas and Juan Tabo area. From Lomas, turned left onto Juan Tabo, then 1st street on the left (at Valvoline oil change) onto Mountain Rd. At 1st stop sign turn left onto Claudine and it's the 3rd house on the East side of the street. See you there!

LOTS OF HOUSEHOLD ITEMS

Friday & Saturday, March 10 & 11. Small kitchen appliances, wake board, books, and so much more. Lots of good stuff! EVERYTHING must go as priced OBO. At 1038 Claudine St NE, Albuquerque. The Lomas and Juan Tabo area. From Lomas, turned left onto Juan Tabo, then 1st street on the left (at Valvoline oil change) onto Mountain Rd. At 1st stop sign turn left onto Claudine and it's the 3rd house on the East side of the street. See you there!

Arts & Crafts

Monday, February 27

CALL TO ARTISTS

Accepting creative, unique & ORIGINAL submissions for a 7th 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 13th. Please send quality photos that can be used in promotional materials. www.metallogallery.com Send images with details to metallogallerysubmissions@yahoo.com

Seminars/Workshops

Tuesday, March 21

TEACH ENGLISH ANYWHERE

Get Certified to teach English & teach your way around the world. Every month 20,000+ jobs worldwide. Take the 4-week accredited SIT TESOL Certificate Course this June in Santa Fe, NM. Course dates: 6/12-7/07. 204-4361. www.tesoltrainers.com/sit-tesol-certificate.html [email reply]
Friday, March 17

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]
Friday, March 10

FLAMENCO/FITNESS CLASSES!

Gitana´s Dance Garage Studio in Nob Hill, beg/interm/adv. flamenco classes, first class FREE! plus Flamenco Fitness classes only $5/class! more info: amflamenkita@gmail.com

Real Estate

Friday, March 17
General Real Estate

DEACON PROPERTY SERVICES

Clean, available 1 and 2-bedroom apartments in historical Downtown locations and beyond! Abundance of character and charm! See our complete inventory at www.deaconpropertyservices.com

Apartments for Rent

Tuesday, March 28
Downtown

ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS!!

Advertise Your Business or property with WWW.DukeCityTimes.Com call 505-804-4774
Wednesday, March 15
Northeast

FURNISHED APARTMENTS

Brand New Studio Apartments N/E No lease required, Weekly payment options Low, Low ,Low Move in cost Call Tammy at 505-702-8379

Rooms/Roommates

Saturday, March 25
Northwest

HOUSE TO SHARE

A nice 1,750 SF home off of Paseo and Golf Course.Furnished or unfurnished bedroom with full bath $650.00 month, must be neat,clean, non smoker, no pets. 681-1612

Instruments/Equipment

Thursday, March 16

TAIKO DRUM

Shime Daiko Drum, rope tuned, stand and case, solid oak body, $400 firm. 505-866-4892

Musician Services

Wednesday, February 15

LIVE BETTER LEARN GUITAR

Enrich your life by learning guitar with a licensed guitar teacher. 908-1392 info

Gigs/Show Flyers

Friday, March 24
UNM Continuing Educa - Thursday, April 6

OUTDOOR CATS & BIRDS

UNM Continuing Education Building 04-06-2017 Central New Mexico Audubon Society's April meeting is a special event featuring Dr. Peter Marra, coauthor of Cat Wars: Consequences of a Cuddly Killer. Dr. Marra will discuss the environmental consequences of free-ranging cats, suggest solutions, and comment on the public controversy surrounding this issue. Dr. Marra is not anti-cat (nor is Audubon). However, field research shows that cats kill billions of birds every year and are a major factor in the decline of many species. Yet the public is largely unaware of the magnitude of this problem—a problem that must be addressed with management policies that protect wildlife and public health while managing cats responsibly. The event will be open to the community. We are hopeful that Dr. Marra’s presentation will give local officials and the general public a better understanding of the science on free-roaming cats and begin a balanced dialog on this issue. A book-signing will follow the presentation, sponsored by Bookworks.
Sunday, March 12
- Saturday, March 25

COOPERAGE -DANCE PARTY

Son Como Son Salsa Cuban Style at the Cooperage Saturday March 25 from 9:30 to 1....Fun Fun Fun....Timba, Cumbia, Merengue.....Hope to see you there [email reply]
Wednesday, March 8
Indian Pueblo Cultur - Saturday, March 11

MINDFULNESS IN THE BODY

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center 2401 12th Street NW Albuquerque, NM 87104, Silver and Turquoise Room, 03-11-2017, 7:00pm. Ralph Steele will guide us in a discovery process which he calls dancing with the subtle and physical bodies in order to experience global inner peace. Suggested tax deductible donation $15-20 to benefit Asian Buddhist people in need. Sponsored by Copper Mountain Institute, Inc.To donate, go to www.coppermount.org
Sunday, February 26
Nob Hill - Tuesday, February 28

FAT TUESDAY PUB CRAWL

Partizani Brass Band's Crawlin' Krewe Fat Tuesday Pub Crawl and Parade! Strut with us from Kaktus to Zinc to Kelly's to Two Fools... and back to Kaktus!

Band Websites

Saturday, March 11

EXOTIC MYSTICISM

Exotic Mysticism, official website to Lisa Joy and her complete artist works. Listen to Ms. Joy’s Music Singles production tracks enjoying their full download along with complete playbacks including Lisa’s current release, MOODS, Trance Tribal Fusion, “Lunar Eclipse” an ART PROGRESSIVE TRANCE journey along with Ms. Joy’s latest DEVOTION newly growing breath chant series and meditative guide, as well, Lisa’s original music release, LONGING TOLLS. All available for full download all throughout the spiritual oasis, Exotic Mysticism. https://exoticmysticism.com

Comedy

Friday, March 17

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]

READ FOR LAUGHS!

Two novels by local author and humorist Jay Cutts: Death by Haggis Annie Gomez and the Gigantic Foot of Doom Available on Amazon. Go to: cuttsbooks.wordpress.com [email reply]

Events

Monday, March 27

HOUSE PARTY

Saturday Night House Party 04-01-2017 Every Saturday there is no House Party like the Nexus! DJ Huggy will be spinnin' throwback jams every Saturday from 8 pm to midnight so get live and bring all your friends!
 
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