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TODD & THE FOX
July 24, 2014 (7:00 pm)
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48 hours to go PDF Print E-mail
Film - Filmmaking
Wednesday, 23 July 2014
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Local iQ film writer Dan Gutierrez gets
an inside view of wildly popular 48 Hour Film Project
filmmaking festival
 
Story and Photos By Dan Gutierrez
The 48 Hour Film Project is a weekend-long pissing match between local independent filmmakers ... at least, that’s what I thought before I spent the entire weekend shadowing one of the productions.
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That's Where You Need to Be PDF Print E-mail
Arts - Opening
Tuesday, 22 July 2014
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By Mateo Coffman
That’s Where You Need to Be showcases the perceptions of four artists, each using their craft to challenge conventional standards. William Betts uses software and a robotic setup to re-create photographs one drop of color at a time.
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Man or Astro-man? PDF Print E-mail
Music - Preview
Tuesday, 08 July 2014
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By Kristin Kurens
The southern cult heroes of sci-fi drenched surf rock are back after a long hiatus. The inception of Man or Astro-man? began in the early ’90s in Alabama. Songs brim with Dick Dale-inspired licks, old sci-fi B-movie samples and a miscellany of electronic instruments like the theremin and Tesla coil.
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Artist flash mob PDF Print E-mail
Arts - Exhibit
Tuesday, 08 July 2014
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Los Angeles, Albuquerque artists team up for one-night ‘potluck’ exhibit with a pop culture edge
 
By Katherine Oostman
For one night only, Albuquerque is being invaded — by artists. MAS ATTACK, a city-to-city exhibit put on by ARTRA Curatorial, hails from Los Angeles. It is a project designed to put together 30 L.A. artists with 30 Albuquerque artists to create a collage exhibit meant to spark conversation, creativity and collaboration.
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The Rover PDF Print E-mail
Film - Review
Thursday, 10 July 2014
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By Jordan Mahoney
Since the Twilight saga, Robert Pattinson has taken on a number of surprising roles, and he continues to do so with David Michôd’s The Rover, in which he plays Rey, a gentle but slow man living in an ugly post-apocalypse.

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Poetry from abroad PDF Print E-mail
Arts - Poetry
Tuesday, 08 July 2014
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New Mexico poet Hakim Bellamy ruminates with his pen during visit to Turkey 
 
By Hakim Bellamy
If you believe everything the news tells you about Muslim countries, you might find it difficult to believe that one of the most love-obsessed poets of all time was from Konya, Turkey.
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Bebop and beyond PDF Print E-mail
Music - Preview
Tuesday, 08 July 2014
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Bucky Pizzarelli
 
New Mexico Jazz Festival again covers the full spectrum of styles and players
 
By Katherine Oostman
Chicago native and Grammy winner Jack DeJohnette began studying piano at the age of 4, jumpstarting a world-renowned career spanning five decades. His intricate drumbeats seem to sculpt sound instead of simply make it.
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The Water Spirits of Cate Moses PDF Print E-mail
Arts - Opening
Tuesday, 08 July 2014
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By Katherine Oostman
As cities expand, much of the native wildlife is forced into hiding or extinction. Cate Moses, a New Mexico-based artist, is passionate about examining nature’s reaction to external stressors through her work. Her paintings, photographs and installations explore the textures and contrasts of the clashing worlds, featuring subjects like a deer tangled in graffiti and a bear trapped behind walls.

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The Happiest Hour PDF Print E-mail
Food - Cocktails
Monday, 30 June 2014
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Newly established 'Local iQ Street Team' deploys across Albuquerque and Santa Fe to ferret out the best food and drink deals around. Time to get happy
 
Knowledge is power, as the old saying goes, and we all find ourselves living in an age when knowledge (and a lot of other stuff) is shared freely on social networks like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Whatever your feelings about these new-fangled forums, you have to admit there’s something, well, powerful about the ability to share knowledge so freely.
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10 Must-Do Summer Adventures in New Mexico PDF Print E-mail
Adventures - Summer
Friday, 27 June 2014
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Angel Fire's high elevation zipline
 
Grab summer by the you-know-what with these
10 must-do summer adventures in New Mexico
 
— Stories By Mateo Coffman, Katherine Oostman, Juliette Horne + Mike English —
 
The range of activities and adventures available in New Mexico is one of the reasons it has earned the name The Land of Enchantment. We wouldn’t presume to tell you what to do or where to visit with your precious free time this summer, but what follows is our educated take on the 10 outdoor things you really must do in New Mexico. So whether it’s this summer or further into the future, we strongly suggest you put these adventures on your to-do list.
 
 
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Mezzo-sopranos on the mesa PDF Print E-mail
Arts - Opera
Wednesday, 25 June 2014
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Photo By Robert Godwin
 
Santa Fe Opera kicks off its two-month summer season with Beethoven's only opera, a classic by Bizet and a Mozart double bill  
 
By Paul Lehman
The ever-popular, internationally recognized Santa Fe Opera opens its 2014 season with Bizet’s masterpiece Carmen, directed by Stephen Lawless. The opera’s location was originally set in Spain, but Lawless places the drama in the Mexico of the recent past. From there on it’s what Santa Fe Opera General Director Charles Mackay refers to as “an exhilarating and an ambitious season running the gamut from the 18th to 21st centuries.”
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