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Sunday July 21, 2019

  • Albuquerque Rail Yards
    Albuquerque Rail Yards Market
  • Plants and Stranger Things

    Image by Clarke Conde

    If you like a dizzying mixture of vegan food, "Stranger Things" references, live music, vendors and maybe some people wearing clothing from the '80s, then you are in for treat at the Plant Powered Pop-Up Market: Plant Powered Things at Wanderlust Vegan Eatery on Sunday, July 21 from 5pm to 8pm. This free, all-ages event is sure to be a great one for families whose tastes tend towards: the stranger things. For more info and free tickets, see plantpoweredthings.eventbrite.com. (Clarke Conde)

    Wanderlust Vegan Eatery
    Plant Powered Pop-Up Market: Plant Powered Things
Tuesday July 23, 2019
Wednesday July 24, 2019
Thursday July 25, 2019
Friday July 26, 2019
Saturday July 27, 2019
  • It's Christmastime in the City

    Image courtesy of Terrace Beach Hotel

    How's this for a masterpiece of marketing mojo: The Copper Lounge, an upscale watering hole situated between East Downtown and the University district—and formerly one of Burque's greatest dive bars of all time, the notoriously fun Jack's Liquor and Pizza—holds a Christmas in July Tiki Party on Saturday, July 27, beginning at 6pm. Of course, it's a no cover, 21-plus affair, carnales; the Copper Lounge is one of Dirt City's premier spots to load up on cocktails in a swank yet sports-friendly setting, replete with comfy furniture and huge teevees tuned to the latest in sportsball. Add to that some Santy hats, ukeleles tuned to an open C and the aforementioned drinks—that one assumes will be appropriately decorated with tropical fruit, umbrellas and tinsel—and you've got one heck of a cool time in an otherwise hot, hot summer. C'mon, it'll be sexy in the artificial snow after slugging down a few Mai-Tais! Tiki attire is required, surfers.

      (August March)

    The Copper Lounge
    Christmas in July Tiki Party
Sunday July 28, 2019
Monday July 29, 2019
Tuesday July 30, 2019
Wednesday July 31, 2019
Thursday Aug 1, 2019
  • Taster? I Hardly Knew Her

    Image via Pixabay

    Riffing off my old high school pickup line, Eldora Chocolate says it's the place where chocolate is taken seriously, from bean to bar. Unlike my pickup lines, people love and enjoy Eldora, has taken the art of chocolate making and cranked it up to 11. Featuring single origin and high quality dark chocolate—if anyone was hoping for low quality chocolate, we're sorry to be the bearer of bad news that this event is not for you—an at the door tickets cost $5. Eldora asks interested parties to RSVP to slowfoodabq@gmail.com to ensure their spot is held for this all-ages event, happening from 10am to 11pm on Thursday, August 1. So get down to Eldora Chocolate to enjoy the smaller things in life, something the women I dated in high school couldn't seem to do. (Dan Rayne Pennington)

    Eldora Craft Chocolate
    Chocolate and Tasting Tour
Friday Aug 2, 2019
Saturday Aug 3, 2019