Local Blogosphere Roundup 09.13.09: Urban plans, beer cakes, petroglyphs, coverage of the mayoral race

Petroglyphs near Carrizozo, NOT surrounded by a host of dubious suburbs.
Petroglyphs near Carrizozo, NOT surrounded by a host of dubious suburbs.

Urban plans on ABQ Dwell: Nob Hill is getting two stop lights, plus the new Rail Runner station at Avenida César Chávez has arrived.

Animal Crackers escape onto the streets of Corrales.

Dre Day shares an incredibly delicious cake made with beer.

The Irish no longer own the alleged worst cuisine the world, as explained by Gil on his thrilling (and filling) blog.

Mountainair held an interesting-looking yard sale this weekend, but I'm not sure about the use of the word fantabulous.

My favorite seashore was established on this day in 1962, as pointed out by NewMexiKen.

Back to New Mexico: See photos from Three Rivers Petroglyph Park near Carrizozo on Ah, Wilderness!

Finally, former Albuquerque Mayor Jim Baca complains about coverage of the mayoral race, lack of buzz. Apparently, KNME, KUNM, the New Mexico Independent and the Alibi (all teaming up to host a mayoral debate at the NHCC Wednesday at 7 p.m., if you haven't heard, Baca) aren't actual news media ...