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V.23 No.21 | 5/22/2014
TINtero Workshop & Gallery booth at the Rail Yards Market
Photos by Zachary Kluckman

Art Scenester

Making Art on the Blacksmith’s Forge

By Zachary Kluckman
Visitors to the newly launched Rail Yards Market are greeted with a spectrum of cloth and color. Scents of honeyed tea and incense blend within a sea of movement dappled with light from hundreds of window panes.
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V.23 No.19 | 5/8/2014

The Mouthful

Rail Yard Revival

Your new plan for Sunday brunch

By Gail Guengerich
We chat with Robert Hoberg, one of the creative minds behind the brand new Rail Yard Market.

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V.22 No.50 | 12/12/2013

Art Scenester

This Wall Has Your Number

Al Hurricane paint-by-numbers mural comes to Barelas

By Mike Smith
The Tannex’s south side now features the beginnings of a new mural. And the mural needs you to finish it.
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Arts

Frontiers in Puppet Theater

Grownup puppetry comes to Albuquerque for one night

Poncili Creacion
Poncili Creacion deals in mystery.

A strange new breed of puppet makes its way to Barelas tonight. Hailing from Puerto Rico, Poncili Creacion is the latest experimental, transcendental, elemental act to grace the ring in the Tannex’s revolving circus of mysteries. What we know of their show “Sacred Candy” is wispy at best: Masks will be employed. Objects will be manipulated. Expectations will be subverted. Cosmic questions will be pondered via optics of encrypted meaning.

Blind Date
A glimpse from “Blind Date” by Josefus & Friends

“Sacred Candy” is a labyrinth you will enter in due time. First: Feast your eyes on “Blind Date,” a live puppet + projection sketch presented by Albuquerque’s own Josefus & Friends. Josefus is Joe Annabi, the multitalented member of former bands THEN EATS THEM and Yoda’s House, whose ingenious cartoons you may have spotted adorning the menu boards at Winning Coffee Co.

“I am a huge fan of the Henson style of puppetry, which was a style developed for television and film,” explains Annabi, who teaches puppet making for kids at the Zia Family Focus Center. “It's not just the technical side of the Henson school of thought that I find appealing, but also very much the aesthetic.” His “Blind Date” will feature two puppets of Annabi’s own creation, Foxi der Fuchs and Drabney Lodores (played by Jenni Bage).

The grown-up-only fun begins at 9pm at the Tannex (1417 Fourth Street SW). Cost is $5 to $10, sliding scale. “I think, between myself and Poncili, this will be a very unique performance for Albuquerque,” says Annabi. “Hopefully we can inspire more experimentation on the fringes of the usual.”

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“Sacred Candy” and Josefus

Tuesday, Sept. 17, 9 to 11pm
The Tannex

1417 Fourth Street SW
Tickets: $5 to $10
thetannex.com
V.21 No.9 | 3/1/2012

Council Watch

Core Dissection

By Carolyn Carlson
District 3—UNM, Downtown, Barelas—has been carved up, with pieces tacked onto neighboring districts. The move lumps most of the city’s federally designated “pockets of poverty” into one district.

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V.21 No.5 | 2/2/2012
Julia Minamata juliaminamata.com

Newscity

Growing Pains

Council considers eliminating Downtown-UNM district

By Carolyn Carlson
Councilor Isaac Benton’s left-leaning region would be carved up under a Republican-backed plan, with much of it added to the North Valley district. Benton would lose his seat after the 2013 election.

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Councilor Isaac Benton

Talking Points

Benton on Redistricting

By Carolyn Carlson
Why can’t the city just add a district for the Westside? Benton answers these questions and more.

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V.20 No.5 | 2/3/2011

Flyer on the Wall

Ground Control

Anna Reser reveals new drawings and objects on Friday, Feb. 4, at Small Engine (Window) Space, located at 1413 Fourth Street SW in Barelas. Supplemental entertainment at the 7 p.m. reception will be provided by Dirty Pandas, Baron Dwyer, CanyonLands and others. Visit annafeather.tumblr.com to find out more about the artist. (Jessica Cassyle Carr)

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V.19 No.41 | 10/14/2010
Tamale heaven
Sergio Salvador salvadorphoto.com

Restaurant Review

El Modelo

Soul model

By Ari LeVaux

Which is better: having the best location and the worst tamales, or the best tamales and the worst location? Only soul-free capitalists would choose the former, while a soulful stream of Burqueños regularly choose the tamales at El Modelo.

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