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Cowboy Music and Poetry to be Celebrated at Annual Convention

Cowboy Music and Poetry to be Celebrated at Annual Convention

The International Western Music Association’s annual celebration of cowboy music and cowboy poetry - dubbed “All Roads Lead to Albuquerque” - is scheduled for November 8-12 at Hotel Albuquerque in Old Town. Featuring concerts, showcases, contests, and workshops, as...

Nutcracker Ballet in the Land of Enchantment

Nutcracker Ballet in the Land of Enchantment

Nutcracker Ballet in the Land of Enchantment will again be performed on the National Hispanic Cultural Center’s (NHCC) Albuquerque Journal Theatre stage this holiday season, December 15-17. Presented by Festival Ballet Albuquerque and the NHCC, with choreography by...

Antiques Roadshow’s Santa Fe Episodes to Air This Month

Antiques Roadshow’s Santa Fe Episodes to Air This Month

By Autumn Gray The wait is over. WGBH Boston, which produces the wildly popular Antiques Roadshow television series, has announced that the Santa Fe-based episodes filmed on Museum Hill in June are scheduled to air January 23, 30, and February 6 on PBS. A PBS teaser...

Tap ‘N Taco

Tap ‘N Taco

By Mary Ann Hatchitt When it comes to tacos, there’s a bevy of places in town to find them. But a new restaurant is offering authentic, fresh ingredient-based Mexican tacos in a variety of flavors at fast-food prices of just $2 per filled shell. Welcome to Tap ‘N...

Authentic Colombian Cuisine Comes to Nob Hill

Authentic Colombian Cuisine Comes to Nob Hill

By Beckett Nodal A family-owned Colombian restaurant called Ajiaco Colombian Bistro is among the latest new offerings to open in the Nob Hill district. Located at 3216 Silver Ave. SE, Ajiaco is the second local eatery produced by Nubia and Pedro Sabogal in...

An Immersive Van Gogh Experience Comes to Albuquerque

An Immersive Van Gogh Experience Comes to Albuquerque

By Beckett Nodal Vincent Van Gogh’s 19th-century impressionist paintings are a favorite of the art world and a pop culture phenomenon. Lifted from the original masterpieces displayed in world-renowned museums, their likeness appears on everything from napkins to...

A New Taste from Dion’s

A New Taste from Dion’s

By Beckett Nodal Local pizza chain Dion’s has been serving up its own style of tasty pies since the late 1970s, winning over the hearts of Albuquerque area residents not only with toppings like green chile but also with a ranch dressing that has produced a cult...

Albuquerque Goes Dutch, Once Again

Albuquerque Goes Dutch, Once Again

By Beckett Nodal Alright early-risers and bean-juice aficionados, there is a new tasty option arriving west of the Rio Grande this spring. Dutch Bros. coffee shop is set to open a location off of Universe, near Paseo Del Norte. This site will be in addition to several...

Cirque Du Soleil’s Ovo Flies to Rio Rancho

Cirque Du Soleil’s Ovo Flies to Rio Rancho

By Beckett Nodal There is a new offering from the high-flying folks at Cirque Du Soleil, and it’s headed to Rio Rancho soon. The show is called Ovo, which is French for egg and a fitting title for the insect-themed production. As is typical for Cirque Du Soleil, this...

Western Music Rules The Day Once Again

Western Music Rules The Day Once Again

Total immersion in The West!!  The inspiring music and art, the showy Cowboy clothing styles, the sprawling tradition!  Locally since 2005 crowds of people have enjoyed participating in a unique event that makes the experience possible.  It’s the International Western...

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