Albuquerque Comic Expo!

AlbuquerqueComicExpo Fans of comics, video games, and more will have a blast at the Albuquerque Comic Expo. There’s a little something for everyone here, whether you are a self-proclaimed comic book geek, gamer, collector, or an artist yourself. Also known as ACE, the expo stretches from June 21st until June 23rd and is located over a 106,000-square-foot area in order...
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Titanic Exhibit at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science

It isn’t every day the Titanic comes to town. But that is what you can expect from the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science. The exhibit began March 23rd and will stretch all the way until October 27th. The Titanic has had its 100-year anniversary, and this exhibit will display all kinds of interesting and engaging Titanic...
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Seeing Albuquerque in a Day

When visiting a location, you may not have a lot of time to see a lot of sights or enjoy a lot of activities. But when you still want to discover the area before you move on, there are ways of doing so in a single day or even just a few hours. In Albuquerque, you can take one...
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Maxwell Museum of Anthropology Featuring the Art of Curanderismo

One never knows just what might be discovered or learned in Albuquerque considering the rich history of peoples who have lived in the area over the many decades. For those looking for a little something different, the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology will soon be opening an exhibit featuring the art of curanderismo. Curanderismo is the traditional art of Mexican...
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Albuquerque BioPark Welcomes Baby Sumatran Orangutan

The Albuquerque BioPark welcomed a new addition to the zoo recently. A baby Sumatran orangutan was born and has been looking healthy and strong so far. Zoo officials aren’t sure of the baby’s gender yet, but they’re leaving the baby with it’s mother, Sarah, in order to allow them bonding time as well as giving Sarah time to adjust...
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Explore Route 66 in Albuquerque New Mexico

Taking a road trip on Route 66?  Then that means you will be passing directly through Albuquerque. That particular section of Route 66 is known as Central Avenue to those who live there, and everyone can see the neon signs that still line the street from businesses both old and new who support the historical style and want to...
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Indulge in the History of Albuquerque New Mexico

History buffs will have a good time in Albuquerque. With centuries of history filling up this city, surrounding it in the cliff sides and resting in old, preserved buildings, it’s a wonderful place to explore inside and out. Travel to the Petroglyph National Monument and you’ll discover a wealth of ancient rock carvings from native peoples long ago. Archeologists...
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Albuquerque Wine Festival | May 25th – 27th

Soon it will be that time again – the Albuquerque Wine Festival! One thing that people tend to assume about much of New Mexico is that it is nothing but desert land. However, there is much more to the state – and Albuquerque– than meets the eye. May 25th through the 27th will bring in wineries from all around...
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Rio Grande Valley Celtic Festival and Highland Games in Albuquerque!

The last thing one might expect upon strolling into the city is to see people in kilts and playing Gaelic football. But when you visit during May 18-19th, you’re bound to discover just that and much more. Rio Grande Valley Celtic Festival and Highland Games are coming once again to the city for a few days of excitement and...
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The World’s Toughest 10K in Albuquerque New Mexico

Those who love to run and who love a challenge will be able to get behind – or perhaps ahead – in the World’s Toughest 10K. Presented by the ABQ Running Shop, this 10K race isn’t so much about who will win as it is who has the endurance and stamina to finish it. It is one tough but...
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