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Rockupy! Albuquerque | Sat. December 3rd, 2011

Rockupy! was a Community Event put on in coordination between Mim: Music is Medicine and Occupy Albuquerque. Rockupy! was designed to bring people together through music, and to provide ways for people to get involved in their community.

Rockupy! was a two-day event, spanning from Saturday, December 3rd through Sunday, December 4th.

On Saturday, Rockupy! combined efforts with a local “NO GMO CHILE!!!” protest and march. (more…)

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Sandia Ranch Sanatorium, an abandoned haunted insane asylum | Vol. 3

Sandia Ranch Sanatorium is one of Albuquerque’s local urban legends. An old abandoned insane asylum which was known for performing lobotomies and using electro-shock therapy is reported to be haunted. Several rumors exist including those of murder in addition to how the staff would store the bodies of the “batched” lobotomies in the crawl space in the boiler room. (more…)

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Sandia Ranch Sanatorium, an abandoned haunted insane asylum | Vol. 2

Sandia Ranch Sanatorium is one of Albuquerque’s local urban legends. An old abandoned insane asylum which was known for performing lobotomies and using electro-shock therapy is reported to be haunted. Several rumors exist including those of murder in addition to how the staff would store the bodies of the “batched” lobotomies in the crawl space in the boiler room. (more…)

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Sandia Ranch Sanatorium, an abandoned haunted insane asylum | Vol. 1

Sandia Ranch Sanatorium is one of Albuquerque’s local urban legends. An old abandoned insane asylum which was known for performing lobotomies and using electro-shock therapy is reported to be haunted. Several rumors exist including those of murder in addition to how the staff would store the bodies of the “batched” lobotomies in the crawl space in the boiler room. (more…)

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11.11.11 Robinson Park | Occupy the World Day #occupyburque

It was a cool, overcast day, but everyone’s spirits soared! After Occupy / (un)Occupy Albuquerque’s problems with Yale Park on the UNM campus, it was such a relief for all to be able to hold the 11.11.11 event without any incidences and without any police. It was a joyous day as the information booth was brought out, pamphlets and other reading material laid out, and the kitchen set back up. Once again, our camp banners were hung proudly between two trees. (more…)

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Dia de los Muertos Marigold Parade | Albuquerque NM Nov. 6, 2011 Vol. 2


Day of the Dead (Spanish: Día de los Muertos) is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico and around the world in many cultures. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died. Here are photos from the Albuquerque NM Marigold Parade held on November 6, 2011.  This is part two of a two part set of pictures. These are the photos taken from the parade. For pre-parade pictures of everyone preparing, please click here. (more…)

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Dia de los Muertos Marigold Parade | Albuquerque NM Nov. 6, 2011 Vol. 1

Day of the Dead (Spanish: Día de los Muertos) is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico and around the world in many cultures. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died. Here are photos from the Albuquerque NM Marigold Parade held on November 6, 2011.  This is part one of a two part set of pictures. These photos were taken before the official start of the parade. Click this link to go to the second set of pictures of the parade. (more…)

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Occupy Albuquerque | The Death of our First Amendment Oct 29 2011

Occupy / (un) Occupy Albuquerque protesters put on a wake today in honor of the death of our First Amendment rights to Free Speech and Peaceful Assembly after the UNM Administration banned the group from protesting on the campus. (more…)

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Occupy Albuquerque Oct 25 2011 | The police move in #occupyburque #ows

 

Photos from Occupy/(un)Occupy Albuquerque taken on the night of October 25th, 2011. After the denial of permit renewal by UNM, the protesters decided to remain on camp in protest. The APD, State Police, and SWAT teams moved in to arrest the protesters and then forced the crowd to the street. The APD then proceeded to mace the crowd in the streets.

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