Jun 12 - 18, 2008 

Feature Interview

Closer to Pride

Indigo Girl Emily Saliers soldiers on in "the last civil rights movement." Oh, and she still writes a mean love song.

By Simon McCormack

Emily Saliers and Amy Ray have been making music together for 20-plus years as the Indigo Girls, but their partnership doesn't end there; the two have known each other since they attended the same elementary school in DeKalb County, Ga. Saliers and Ray's long kinship is especially potent when they harmonize over a bed of steady rhythms and guitar work, which coalesce into the Indigo Girls’ painstakingly crafted Southern folk-rock. Every soaring melody is laid out with precision and care, and the duo’s vocal interweavings invariably lead the way.

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Offical Albuquerque Pride Events

Advance, discounted Pridefest tickets online at abqpride.com until Thursday, June 12, at midnight.

Thursday, June 12

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Club Guide

Albuquerque venues featured in our Pride Guide

• Evolution Downtown
115 Fourth Street NW (at Copper, formerly The District) • 242-0003
evolutionabq.com

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Tribal Pride

Three days of party

By Marisa Demarco

Tom Rice looks out at the barren parking lot of the Fairfield Marriott. He's not seeing asphalt and a couple of cars, brutal sun glinting off bumpers. He's not listening to car sounds of the nearby freeway.

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Pride Guide

Celebrate LGBT Pride off the fairgrounds at these events

By Compiled by Laura Marrich

Thursday, June 12

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