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V.21 No.7 | 2/16/2012
From Burque Style: Sean and Stefanie Montano. He is the co-owner and general manager of Monroe’s. She is owner of Stilo Lifestyle Accessories, a boutique in Nob Hill.
From Burque Style: Sean and Stefanie Montano. He is the co-owner and general manager of Monroe’s. She is owner of Stilo Lifestyle Accessories, a boutique in Nob Hill.

Fashion

Fashion in Burque

No, for serious

Most fashion writing bugs me. It’s usually snippy, sexist, classist, racist and, above all, anti-local. Women are the primary targets of criticism, everything is absurdly expensive, and white people fashion is the right fashion. Experts usually espouse advice in line with national trends that have nothing to do with your area.

And as we all know, ours is a region with identity.

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V.20 No.37 | 9/15/2011

news

The Daily Word in cocaine, doves and plus-size

In the news: 50 post offices, blackface, living room, $70,000 hunt, FBI curriculum, review of the PRC, bike safety ride, Whites-only scholarships, Moms, significant others, Cocaine, Doves, banned first, American Apparel, Overconfidence

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V.18 No.50 | 12/10/2009
Vicious Creature, The Vanity Makeup Studio
Eric Williams

Feature

Downtown

Off Central between First and Sixth Streets

Microwave

Microwave owner Ray Chavez has skateboarding in his blood.

His grandparents opened the South Valley's Concrete Wave in 1988 (it's still there). Ray, whose feet were already glued to a deck, started working the counter when he was 9 or 10 year old. "Back then, there wasn't a lot of shops. There was the mall, and that stuff was overpriced," he says. "That's why this is the Microwave. It's the little one."

Chavez' three-year-old satellite store is, in fact, very small. But it's filled with all the right gear. "Even if we had the room, I wouldn't carry anyone besides the brands we do. They're good people with quality products. And quality products is probably the main thing in skateboardingthat's what we look for." Chavez’ is one of only a few stores in town to carry SBsNike's chunky, colorful, tricked-out skateboard shoe line that's sought after by "sneaker head" collectors and straight-up skaters alike ("pro" boat-style shoes run around $70, high tops jog up to $200). And since he was the first SB account in Albuquerque, he gets hooked up with a constantly changing selection of special and limited edition shoes.

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Zap ... oh!
Eric Williams

Feature

Nob Hill

Off Central between Carlisle and Wellesley

Zap ... oh!

Though celebrity kids may have upped the fashion ante, this children's boutique is anything but hoity-toity. Fun and affordable, Zap ... oh! has what salesperson John Besante calls "a different perspective in children's clothing." All of the staff are bonafide kid experts eager to help you find the perfect piece for your favorite tiny humans. Our favorites include alien overalls, tutus and the Pee-pee Teepeeif you've met an infant boy, you get it.

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4D’s Board Shop
Eric Williams

Feature

Far Northeast Heights

Paseo del Norte near Wyoming

4D's Board Shop

The low-lit atmosphere and friendly staff make admiring this shop’s numerous boards for snow and skate a reverent experience. Browse the extensive T-shirt collection, or check out the watches, stickers, wallets and DVDs that would make great gifts for the skater (or anyone else) you know.

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V.18 No.47 | 11/19/2009
Adriel Originals hand-painted ceramic dinner plates.

Feature

Etsy-Querque

Our favorite ABQ vendors on cottage-industry supersite etsy.com

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