V.26 No.32 | 8/10/2017
Eric Williams Photography Council Watch Council Gets Back to It ICE, elections and ART discussed A bucket of prickly issues awaited the Albuquerque City Council at their Aug. 7 meeting. Rapid immigration enforcement, election issues and transit woes were some of the matters tackled by councilors.
V.26 No.30 | 7/27/2017
NM Political Report Campaign Finance Reporting Changes Prove Controversial Proposed changes to campaign finance reporting rules attempt to update sections of the Campaign Reporting Act that have been invalidated in court, but some are concerned the rules will force disclosure of people who want to remain anonymous, violating their First Amendment rights.
V.26 No.25 | 6/22/2017
Eric Williams Photography Council Watch New Budget, More Business Council meets ahead of summer break Budget tweaked, Healthy Workforce Initiative's entire text to be on ballot and gas tax removed for space.
V.26 No.24 | 6/15/2017
Courtesy of Pedrotty for Mayor Candidate Q&A Pedrotty’s Bigger Picture Candidate: healthy future is now Gus Pedrotty's bid for mayor began as idealistic, but has since been transformed into one of the more vital and remarkable candidacies that have passed through this high desert city in ages.
V.26 No.23 | 6/8/2017
Eric Williams Photography Council Watch Budget Override, Parade of Pride Plus taxes and animal welfare Love for Burque Pride, a shout out to Bessie’s Lace for hanging in there for 25 years and a veto override were part of the June 5 Albuquerque City Council meeting.
V.26 No.22 | 6/1/2017
courtesy of NM Political Report Election News Forum Invigorates Campaign Mayoral candidates put their dukes up! Six Albuquerque mayoral candidates faced off last week in one of the first forums of the campaign, answering questions on a wide range of issues like community policing, immigration and economic development.
Diana Cervantes via The Daily Lobo Editorial Where to Now? Mayoral campaign reveals similarities Amidst so many similar planks in platforms that appear, on the surface, to mirror each other, it’s reasonable to fear that progressive and centrist voters will split the vote unnecessarily, giving right-leaning candidates the advantage they need to win the race and ultimately continue the failed policies of the Berry administration.
V.26 No.21 | 5/25/2017
Council Watch The Budget and Tapia Council manages many municipal issues Sprinkle some money here; toss a little over there. Albuquerque City Councilors cultivated a $531.4 million city operating budget during a five-hour regular meeting May 15.
V.26 No.18 | 5/4/2017
Council Watch Al Hurricane, Taser and TIDDs Council considers quality concerns Taser International (now named Axon) awarded new contract, Lower Petrogylphs TIDD approved and public warned of hepatitis C.
V.26 No.15 | 4/13/2017
Council Watch Solidarity, Justice and Ted Gallegos Council considers local issues Council acknowledges Sikh contributions, get schooled in love by The Don, considers buying La Cuentista properties and prepares for Nob Hill sidewalks.
V.26 No.13 | 3/30/2017
Council Watch Planning, Narcan and Petie Gibson Council addresses a variety of civic issues Council hears about integrated development ordinance, sets APD naloxone time frame and calls for a study on merging city and county public safety departments.
V.26 No.11 | 3/16/2017
Council Watch Planning, Gender Equality and Forensics Council meeting productive, progressive Neighborhoods want more time to weigh in on ABC to Z project, Pay Equity Initiative seeks better pay equity, Council wants new rape kits processed within 3 months and Nob Hill sidewalks are envied. Art XYZT: Abstract Landscapes Wednesday, June 20: 10am-10pm ARTECHOUSE
An exploratory interactive experience through ten digital light sculptures. A hands-on experience for adults and kids ages 6 and up.
Photo by Eric Tillinghast Art Þyngdarljóð: Gravity's Poetry Wednesday, June 20: 11am-4pm Richard Levy Gallery
A series of photographs of Icelandic waterfalls by Eric Tillinghast. Each waterfall is displayed in a light box containing internal mechanics that generate light and sound to simulate surging water.
Wellness Renewing Sexual Possibilities Wednesday, June 20: 5:30-7pm Vessel Health
This class touches on how to enhance male and female function as part of a holistic optimization of health.
Food Vintage Albuquerque Wine and Food Fiesta Wednesday, June 20: 6-2pm Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm
A collection of colorful events over four days, with dinners, seminars, galas, auctions, tastings and more, benefiting kids. Runs through 6/24.
Song & Dance High Desert Jazz Wednesday, June 20: 6-6:45pm Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum
Great music from the big band era of composers such as Glenn Miller, Count Basie, Tommy Dorsey and more.
Kids Big Bubble Circus Thursday, June 21: 2:30-3:30pm Cherry Hills Library
Jim Jackson brings a hilarious mix of circus magic and buffoonery with soap bubbles in every size and form.
Comm Cowboy Days Music and Brews Nite Thursday, June 21: 5-9pm Wildlife West
An eclectic evening of music, beer, food, entertainment and contests celebrating the cowboy days of yesteryear.
• Steve Roach Concert 8.4.2018