Breadder Burque Ch. XX: Bread + Creative Spark = Productivity

It’s been a while since I’ve posted on breadder burque. It’s not because I haven’t been baking—I have, every week, sometimes twice a week. I have had some noteworthy success and a few noteworthy failures. Topics have popped into my head as potential blog posts, yet I have not put my fingers on the keyboard.… Read More Breadder Burque Ch. XX: Bread + Creative Spark = Productivity

ABQ’s Dearth of Suitable Music Venues: Isaac Stern Performs at the Gym

If you have lived in Albuquerque for quite some time, you may have had the experience, pre-pandemic, of attending a musical event at Tingley Coliseum. And you may have thought about that experience in ways unmistakably stolen from David Byrne and the Talking Heads: And you may find yourself Attending an Iron Maiden concert And… Read More ABQ’s Dearth of Suitable Music Venues: Isaac Stern Performs at the Gym

What Happened to Burque’s West San Jose

Today’s users of the Bosque Path south of Dolores Huerta/Cesar Chavez (Bridge) Boulevard walk/roll past the National Hispanic Cultural Center, Bueno Foods plant, and a set of baseball diamonds. Burque Old-Timers, particularly those who grew up in Barelas, remember a slightly different set of sights and smells in this stretch. Those of us who aren’t… Read More What Happened to Burque’s West San Jose