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Publishing with a purpose PDF Print E-mail
Arts - Profile
Wednesday, 15 October 2014
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Photo by Wes Naman
 
 
New Mexico book-maker Radius impacts the fine arts world with its nonprofit model
 
By Marissa Higdon
When you think of fine arts, you probably envision pictures hanging neatly on museum walls, or sculptures lining the hallways of an art studio. One thing that probably doesn’t spring to mind is a book.
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Bacon lover's unite! PDF Print E-mail
Food/Drink - Festival
Tuesday, 14 October 2014

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Southwest Baconfest offers hundreds of bacon dishes and two bacon-eating contests to lovers of all things bacon

By Marissa Higdon
Bacon is awesome. In fact, it can be inspiring. Just check out the bacon-based poetry on Southwest Bacon Fest ’s website. As one entry puts it, “Bacon is the BOMB!/Without bacon/My life would be just WRONG.” Unless you don’t eat bacon, you probably agree with this assertion and should join over 50 food vendors in a celebration of salty, savory, sizzlin’-hot bacon.

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of Montreal's chamelonic songcraft PDF Print E-mail
Music - Preview
Tuesday, 14 October 2014
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The always eclectic and unpredictable of Montreal is relentless in pushing boundaries (musical and otherwise)
 
By Kristin Kurens
Blithe psychedelic melodies. Overtly sexual funk. ’70s nostalgia. That’s just a sampling of the vast array of sounds of Montreal has churned out over its nearly 20-year career and 12 albums. Some artists are more than adept at reinvention and artistic reincarnation.
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Tony DeLap: Selected Works from 50 Years of Making Art PDF Print E-mail
Arts - Opening
Tuesday, 14 October 2014
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By Marissa Higdon
The works of Tony DeLap are creatures in and of themselves, popping off the wall and challenging reality through shape and optical movement. Using paintings, sculptures and sculpture paintings, this Californian artist complicates the idea of “minimalism” with the power of optical illusions.
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Three cheers for craft beers PDF Print E-mail
Food/Drink - Beer
Thursday, 02 October 2014
Local iQ's New Mexico Brew Fest taps in to local craft brewing culture
 
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By Marissa Higdon
In 2006, there were five breweries in the state of New Mexico. Today, there are more than 40, and counting. The New Mexican brewing industry has been experiencing a boom to say the least, with 11 local breweries popping up in 2014 alone. That sounds like a stat worth celebrating! Toast our state’s success with beer, food, live music and more beer at the fifth annual New Mexico Brew Fest on Sat., Oct. 11.
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The Mystery of Irma Vep PDF Print E-mail
Arts - Theater
Tuesday, 30 September 2014
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The Dolls employ physical comedy, ludicrous plot twists to act out The Mystery of Irma Vep
 
By Marissa Higdon
There’s a mystery to be solved at Mandacrest Estate. The lord of the estate is still recovering from the death of his first wife, Irma Vep, when his second wife is attacked by a vampire. Events spiral out of control, and characters encounter more vampires, mummies, werewolves and ghosts over the course of this whirlwind comedy, which manages to play off of a variety of horror and Victorian genres.
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Challenging the mind, challenging the eye PDF Print E-mail
Arts - Profile
Friday, 03 October 2014
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Rocky Mountain mainstay artist Floyd D. Tunson seeks to give a voice to the voiceless
 
By Brenna Gomez
Downtown gallery 516 ARTS is hosting a retrospective of a Rocky Mountain legend. In 1993, Floyd D. Tunson was identified by the Denver Post and the Denver Historic Society as integral to shaping the arts in Colorado. Walking through Floyd D. Tunson: Son of Pop, it’s easy to see why.
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EAT! DRINK! ABQ! - Oct 2-15, 2014 PDF Print E-mail
Food/Drink - Dining
Thursday, 02 October 2014
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In a land of seemingly never-ending menus, Local iQ once again attempts to tell readers Where to Eat Now!


Introduction by Kevin Hopper
Written by Kevin Hopper + Mike English + Laura Marrich  —  Photos by Wes Naman
When I was kid growing up in Albuquerque’s Northeast Heights, my family hardly ever dined out. There was a Chinese food joint on the corner of Constitution and Eubank, just a few blocks from our house (not so great). A few doors down from that, there was Eloy’s Mexican Restaurant, which still happens to be in business many years later. But that was the extent of my dining experience, save for the occasional family outing to Bella Vista (’member?).
 
So how did I become such a food lover, cook and critic?
 
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The dynamic tension of Allison Miller PDF Print E-mail
Music - Preview
Friday, 03 October 2014
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Percussionist/composer Allison Miller tempers powerful chops with pure melodic alchemy
 
By Kyle Mullin
Drumming may seem aggressive — requiring players to smash and pound drums until they illicit thunderous booms — but Allison Miller has a different take on the instrument. When the lauded New York City-based drummer steps onstage and sits behind her kit, she is flanked by none other than Jenny Scheinman, who plays the supplest and subtlest instrument of them all: the violin.
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Early Christmas PDF Print E-mail
Arts - Choir
Tuesday, 30 September 2014
By Logan Greely
The Gracias Christmas Cantata Tour is bringing the sights and sounds of Christmas to all parts of the country this fall with engaging performances and colorful sets. The award-winning choir and orchestra create a bold musical landscape that includes all of your favorite Christmas songs. From “O Holy Night” to “Silver Bells and “Jingle Bells” to “Angels We Have Heard on High,” the Gracias Choir — comprised of members of the International Youth Fellowship — manages to convey the spirit of Christmas despite the fact that December 25 is still a few months away.
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Vivid Las Vegas PDF Print E-mail
Adventures - Fall
Thursday, 04 September 2014
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The Plaza Hotel
 

New Mexico’s version of Las Vegas was established long before Sin City, and holds much more history, character 
 
By Steven J. Westman
When you tell your friends you’re off to spend a few days in Las Vegas, you usually have to explain that you’re headed to the original Las Vegas — in New Mexico, which made its mark on our map 179 years ago. Originally settled through a land grant from the Mexican government in 1835, the town fell under U.S. rule 10 years later in the wake of the U.S.-Mexican War.

Given its Mexican roots, the town’s architecture followed the Spanish Colonial style. As with most New Mexican towns of the era, there was a plaza, and a train depot once the railroad made its way to the town in 1880.
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