V.25 No.9 | 03/03/2016
Press Release [ Fri Mar 4 2016 10:31 AM ]
Search the papery wares at the Albuquerque Antiquarian Book Fair.
V.24 No.5 | 1/29/2015
Unfolding Our Hometown Map
Massive citywide exhibition navigates Albuquerque’s art trajectory
By Elaine Ritchel
Take a guided tour of On the Map, the huge citywide art exhibition in which all paths lead to ABQ.
V.19 No.23 | 6/10/2010
Fun With Oil Spills
By Devin D. O’Leary [ Thu Jun 3 2010 10:25 AM ]
Another day, another failed attempt by BP to stop the Gulf oil spill. Oh well, at least its not in our back yard, right? But wait! With the help of the nifty website If It Was My Home, we can see what the oil spill would look like it it were taking place in New Mexico. (Huh. Sucker covers Las Vegas, Espanola, Albuquerque, Grants all the way out to the Arizona border.) For fun, you can even move that big, oily blob around the globe. Heck, stick it over England, home to British Petroleum. See what that looks like.
V.19 No.13 | 4/1/2010
By Devin D. O’Leary [ Thu Mar 25 2010 12:14 PM ]
Google and the United States Census have teamed up to create an interactive Google Map of 2010 Census participation. You can check it out right here. From what I can tell, it’s intended to inspire some sort of competitive state spirit in the hopes that we’ll fill out our census forms quickly so we can seem more on the ball than freaking Oklahoma.
As a slogan, “Beat your Census 2000 mail-back rate!” lacks a certain zing. The other problem, of course, is people have obviously bought into the paranoia that the population census is some evil government plot. Fill it out and the information will be sent directly to Satan and Darth Vader, who will show up at your house and kill your pets. Right now, for example, 18 percent of New Mexicans have filled out their census forms. By this point in 2000, 65 percent of us had filled them out. Montana, by the way, is the current mail-back leader at 33 percent. At this rate, we should have the U.S. population counted by ... the 2020 Census, at least.
Third Annual Jewish Film Festival at Jewish Community Center
The Midnight Orchestra, the story of the son of a once famous Jewish musician, Marcel Botbol. Directed by Jérôme Cohen Olivar.
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