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Linnell Festival Fall ...
November 1, 2014 (2:00 pm)

"Your BEST Shot" Photo...
November 1, 2014 (6:00 pm)

Prayers for World Peace
November 2, 2014 (10:00 am)
(Community Meeting)

Meditation for Kids
November 2, 2014 (10:00 am)

The Manhattan Transfer
November 2, 2014 (3:00 pm)

SFCC Veterans and Fami...
November 3, 2014 (10:00 am)
(Special Event)
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Destiny Calls Saul PDF Print E-mail
Film - Interview
Wednesday, 29 October 2014
Local iQ sits down with Bob Odenkirk, who made a splash as the ethically challenged lawyer in ‘Breaking Bad’ and now ventures into new career territory with his own series
Story by T.J. English
Bob Odenkirk wants to talk.
He is an actor much in demand these days, most notably with the pending broadcast (in February) of the highly anticipated ‘Better Call Saul.’ A spinoff of Breaking Bad, the most popular television show ever shot in Albuquerque, the show is in the midst of a busy shooting schedule, and Odenkirk, the star, is on set nearly 12 hours a day, five days a week
Culture club: 516 Arts hosts OneBeat PDF Print E-mail
Music - Preview
Tuesday, 28 October 2014
Sandunes: India
A one-night-only performance brings
a world of traveling musicians and artists
together at the Rail Yards
“Music is the international language of peace and of possibilities and dreams.”
—Secretary of State John Kerry 
By Hakim Bellamy
To put it bluntly, Dia de los Muertos just might be the Hail Mary pass of cultural diplomacy in the world today. Let me explain. On All Saints Day, Saturday, Nov. 1 (and for ONE NIGHT ONLY), the Albuquerque Rail Yards will be alive with 25 musical artists from 17 countries amid a visual art installation by local and national artists that will feel like a mirage the next morning.
OneBeat ABQ is not simply bringing artists from different countries together for a show; OneBeat ABQ is a month-long residency that puts artists from different countries together on a tour bus, to cross the U.S. while collaboratively composing, performing and producing originally written music to be performed in a 134-year-old rail yard. What’s more, it is funded by the U.S. Department of State. Let me explain.
Fruit of the vine PDF Print E-mail
Food/Drink - Recipe
Wednesday, 29 October 2014
Perfectly ripe and plump with natural sugars, pumpkin and squash provide the taste of fall
By Katixa Mercier
Pumpkin patches, corn mazes and seasonally spiced libations are the subtle prelude to the holiday season that sparks a tingle of excitement in everyone’s belly. Each year I take a mental inventory of all the squash varieties at local stores, and keep an eye out for new ones. Last year, for example, my mother-in-law introduced me to delicata squash, a delectable discovery.
It contains all the flavor and richness of butternut squash, only with (believe it or not) an edible skin. It has since become an autumnal staple for risottos, soups, sandwiches and quesadillas.
A bash for 'Bad' buffs PDF Print E-mail
Culture - Festival
Wednesday, 29 October 2014
Photo By Wes Naman
Fans to flock from across the globe and the U.S. to fête city’s signature TV series
By Marissa Higdon
As a New Mexican who spends a large amount of her time outside of New Mexico, I’ve become familiar with the stereotypes that people hold about my home state. The majority of people who find out that I’m from Albuquerque will ask one of two questions: “Do you watch Breaking Bad?” or, my personal favorite, “Do people do a lot of meth there?”
Saara Ekström: Careless Water PDF Print E-mail
Arts - Opening
Tuesday, 28 October 2014
ImageBy Melyssa Laurent
Artist Saara Ekström’s works both connects and disconnects — between growth and decomposition, light and dark, emptiness and presence. Capturing these opposites while working in the mediums of video and photography creates a challenge, but Ekström presents it effortlessly by designing a personal “surrealism.”
After viewing some of Ekström’s work, audiences are often left feeling haunted by the way she presents ordinary objects — trash cans, plastic chairs — for a specific image. The color contrasts Ekström uses, meanwhile, add layers to her work.
1,000 Times Good Night PDF Print E-mail
Film - Review
Wednesday, 15 October 2014
By Jordan Mahoney
A good film can manage a change in scale. 1,000 Times Good Night gets it right, widening the scope as war photographer Rebecca (Juliette Binoche) documents the torments of war, and then narrowing in as she returns home to her own domestic turmoil.
Chuck Palahniuk is in a state of arousal PDF Print E-mail
Arts - Book Signing
Tuesday, 14 October 2014
Image Chuck Palahniuk, who explored the male psyche in 'Fight Club,' delves into the feminine mind with his latest novel

By David Steinberg
As abortion was to the 1960s, arousal addiction is to the current decade, says novelist Chuck Palahniuk. And what exactly is that parallel? Arousal addiction is the big hot-button social issue that people today can’t talk about, which is the way it was with abortion, Palahniuk said in a recent Local iQ phone interview.
Lin Lecheng PDF Print E-mail
Arts - Exhibit
Tuesday, 14 October 2014
By Laura Marrich
Somewhere in the gray space between architecture, fine art, manufacturing and handcraft, lies fiber art. But it might as well be in the Bermuda Triangle. Why else is fiber art so often relegated to niche status, despite encompassing a staggering number of disciplines, techniques and materials, with ties to virtually every culture going back millennia? It defies logic.
Gone Girl PDF Print E-mail
Film - Review
Wednesday, 15 October 2014
Ben Affleck in the chilling Gone Girl.
By Jordan Mahoney
Penned by Gillian Flynn (both the novel and screenplay), Gone Girl is dark and psychologically complex thriller — a harsh look at marriage through a tinted window, made stylish by David Fincher’s direction (The Social Network, Seven, Fight Club), and haunting by the Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor score.
Chefs put their signature on a wonderful event PDF Print E-mail
Columns - Culture
Wednesday, 15 October 2014
ImageBy Steven J. Westman
I could not have been more pleased to get the news that one of my oldest friends, Beth Urrea, has joined the team at the March of Dimes New Mexico Chapter as their community director. And I could hear her excitement as she filled me in on the upcoming Signature Chefs Albuquerque 2014, a major fundraiser that happens Sunday, Oct. 26, at Hotel Albuquerque.
Publishing with a purpose PDF Print E-mail
Arts - Profile
Wednesday, 15 October 2014
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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