The Engine Crew Captain
Fighting wildfires in New Mexico
Sunbear Vierra wears a wildland firefighter uniform to his interview with the Alibi. He has to be prepared to leave at a moment's notice. Donning flame-resistant pants and a Forest Service T-shirt, Vierra says he's not optimistic about this year. “It looks bad," he says.
Courtesy of the City of Albuquerque
Burque’s Game Plan
Rather than spending Chavez-style on one or two big-ticket items, why not spread that money into myriad projects that connect in an integrated way? That's the idea behind Berry's "ABQ the Plan.”
From the Foxhole
Adams on bin Laden
What if, instead of celebrating the news, President Adams sat in the darkness of his study, amid his books and papers, and considered that despite the news, the military occupations would continue unabated?
Elizabeth W. Hughes
Hunting Anton Chigurh—and Relaxation
As a Coen brothers fan and a New Mexico transplant, our travel writer decided to do some location scouting of her own and visit Las Vegas, N.M., where most of No Country for Old Men was filmed.
Odds & Ends
Funny because it happens to someone else.
Image via Pixabay
New Mexico Cannabis Expo
Open to vendors from all over N.M. and Colorado as a B2B platform, a great source for card holders and is also open to attendees curious about medical cannabis.
Photo courtesy of Clarke Conde
Where the Wild Things Are Story Time and Painting for Kids
Let loose your little ones into a terribly roar-roaring, teeth-gnashing, eye-rolling frenzy of art-making at Art! Attack’s Where the Wild Things Are Story Time and Painting Event on Saturday, March 23 at 9:30am. Children up to 12 begin their Saturday morning adventure with a telling of the Maurice Sendak classic Where the Wild Things Are before painting their own little top shelf-only dishwasher safe ceramic monster with speckled or solid colored paints. Tickets are $16 per child. For more information and reservations, visit artattack.com or call 298-3275.