V.20 No.29 | 7/21/2011
Mina Yamashita Mina's Dish The Return of Chef Claus Hjortkjaer takes the helm at La Provence Brasserie la Provence I was among the many diners who mourned the demise of Le Café Miche in 2009. From the beginning of Chef Claus Hjortkjaer’s tenure in 1996 until it closed, Miche was one of Albuquerque’s most popular venues for upscale continental dining. But weep no more. Hjortkjaer is in the process of making the Brasserie La Provence his own. Hjortkjaer comes to this new venture with longtime friend, and now business partner, Caryl Cochran. Image via Pexels Comm Albuquerque Turkish Festival Saturday, April 20: 11am-7pm Raindrop Foundation
This event features Turkish and Mediterranean cuisines including Doner gyro kebab, baklava and Turkish coffee as well as cultural exhibits, dances, music, children's area, arts and crafts and more.
Film East Mountain Classic Film Series: Animal Crackers Saturday, April 20: 2-4pm East Mountain Library
Film historian, Frank Cullen, brings his expertise to a discussion and showing of important films seldom seen, but greatly impacting the film industry and society since their release.
Kids LEAP into Science: Measure Up Saturday, April 20: 2-3pm Tony Hillerman Library
Explore non-standard measurement as a way of learning how and why people developed standards for measuring things. For ages 6 to 9.
Stage Rumors by Neil Simon Saturday, April 20: 7:30-9:30pm Albuquerque Little Theatre
A dark, comedic comedic play where confusions and miscommunications mount as the evening spins off into classic farcical hilarity.
Art Opening Reception for Structures [ Albuquerque ] Sunday, April 21: 2-5pm Albuquerque Open Space Visitor Center
A public art project by Robert Stokowy consisting of eight performative sculptures elements of sound art, land art, poetry and conceptual art to create text-based interventions from which the artwork emerges.
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