Taxes, Weed, Coyotes
Council works on a variety of issues
A rise in retail taxes, the hint of cannabis and condemning coyote hunts lured a flock of citizens to the March 5 Albuquerque City Council meeting to participate in the democratic process.
A Tax Increase, Explained
Cutting services not a progressive option
The city of Albuquerque will have to raise taxes. A projected $40 million deficit for the fiscal year that begins July 1, 2018 has been on the mind of our city’s leadership for some time.
New Mexico Environment Department devised new policies on public participation without public input and Gov. Susana Martinez vetoed four bills that were approved during this year's legislative session.
Odds & Ends
Funny because religious discrimination happens to someone else.
Cowboy Days Music and Brews Nite
An eclectic evening of music, beer, food, entertainment and contests celebrating the cowboy days of yesteryear.
Big Bubble Circus
Jim Jackson brings a hilarious mix of circus magic and buffoonery with soap bubbles in every size and form.
Courtesy of the Office of African American Affairs
N.M. Black Expo 2018
Small business owners, healthcare providers, educators, technology professionals, performing artists and community organizations join together to celebrate African American culture.
Courtesy of the artist
How to Make Love to a Woman: A Workshop for Men
Learn about the complexities of a woman's anatomy and arousal as well as practice qigong forms to build sexual energy to become a better lover. Pre-registration required.