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ABQ Trolley Co: The Best First Thing To Do In Albuquerque ABQ Trolley Co: The Best First Thing To Do In Albuquerque

By Jessica Metcalf

In Albuquerque, take a trolley tour of locations from "Breaking Bad," local micro-breweries, or Route 66.

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For the Love of Reading: Bookworks, An Independent Bookstore For the Love of Reading: Bookworks, An Independent Bookstore

By Jessica Metcalf

In 2014, Bookworks celebrated 30 years as a locally owned-and-operated independent bookstore in Albuquerque's North Valley. It strives to create a space for people to hang out, meet local authors, and join a community of readers.

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Discovering Historic New Mexico: The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Discovering Historic New Mexico: The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

By Allison Wilson

The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center tells the story of the 19 Pueblos of Mexico, offering weekly traditional Native American dances, work by contemporary Pueblo artists, and even a Native fusion restaurant.

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Experience FUSION: New Mexico's World Class Performance Arts Theatre Experience FUSION: New Mexico's World Class Performance Arts Theatre

By Robert Dellamano

Founded in 2001 as a response to the lack of professional theatre in New Mexico, FUSION Theatre Company has since built an impressive reputation, producing and premiering cultural works direct from world stages.

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Installing Your HVAC System: An Interview with Monica Cardenas of The Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute Installing Your HVAC System: An Interview with Monica Cardenas of The Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute

By Monica Cardenas

Monica Cardenas of The Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute talks about installing your HVAC system.

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Why Using a Sustainable Finish Matters: An Interview with Michelle Bilder of PureColor Why Using a Sustainable Finish Matters: An Interview with Michelle Bilder of PureColor

By Michelle Bilder

Michelle Bilder explains to the us why using a sustainable finish matters on your home paint

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Tips on Designing the Perfect Home: An Interview with Frank Leslie Spangler, Architect Tips on Designing the Perfect Home: An Interview with Frank Leslie Spangler, Architect

By Frank L. Spangler

Frank shares his insights on the biggest decisions that homeowners will need to make regarding their new house, the four features of a well-designed home, misconceptions about designing a home, and more.

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5  Tips for Refinancing Your Mortgage: An Interview with Charlie Sparks of Pinnacle Capital Mortgage 5 Tips for Refinancing Your Mortgage: An Interview with Charlie Sparks of Pinnacle Capital Mortgage

By Charlie Sparks

Charlie shares some of the major things that affect your ability to qualify for refinancing, as well as when to consider refinancing, the associated risks, and more tips.

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So You Want to Build an Addition?: An Interview with Thaddeus Richardson of PunchList So You Want to Build an Addition?: An Interview with Thaddeus Richardson of PunchList

By Thaddeus Richardson

Thaddeus shares his construction expertise in this interview that highlights what the most common types of additions are in New Mexico homes, the benefits of additions, possible challenges, and more.

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Style Guide: New Mexico Architecture - Pueblo, Tuscan and Spanish Style Guide: New Mexico Architecture - Pueblo, Tuscan and Spanish

By Elizabeth R. Elstien

Architecture in New Mexico is a unique blend of native and European styles. Subdued and earthy and built with plenty of natural materials, buildings blended in with their environment. Pueblo and Spanish styles, in particular, define the state. Inside we'll learn more about why these styles make New Mexico so enchanting.

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