Title Wave Books, Revised

Leslie and Liberty teach their kids at home. “This bookstore is the only place in Albuquerque to get homeschooling books and materials,” Liberty told me, “and now we’ve been the owners for five years.”

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Title Wave Books, Revised

Title Wave Books, Revised

Owners Leslie Gulley and Liberty Goldstein. (With mini-helper, mini-Keanu).Burqueñas Leslie Gulley and Liberty Goldstein are the business partners that own Title Wave Book, Revised at 2318 Wisconsin St, NE. Both happen to be moms, and both happen to be moms who homeschool their kids. I met Leslie...

Title Wave Books, Revised

Title Wave Books, Revised

Owners Leslie Gulley and Liberty Goldstein. (With mini-helper, mini-Keanu).Burqueñas Leslie Gulley and Liberty Goldstein are the business partners that own Title Wave Book, Revised at 2318 Wisconsin St, NE. Both happen to be moms, and both happen to be moms who homeschool their kids. I met Leslie...

Title Wave Books, Revised

Leslie and Liberty teach their kids at home. “This bookstore is the only place in Albuquerque to get homeschooling books and materials,” Liberty told me, “and now we’ve been the owners for five years.”

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Friday Night Reads

Friday Night Reads

Burqueño Ryan P. Freeman is not only one of the podcast hosts for, “What’s Up ABQ?” He's a published author, cares about his city, and especially cares about other writers like him. Like all authors, he wants people to know about and read his work. Being a man who seems to know Albuquerque inside...

Friday Night Reads

Being a man who seems to know Albuquerque inside and out, Ryan wanted to find a way to help promote independent authors in New Mexico, and thus launched, “Friday Night Reads.”

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The Ruins of Fort Union

The Ruins of Fort Union

Welcome to Fort Union Before I moved to New Mexico, I had never heard of Fort Union. I’m a history buff, and once I did hear about it, I knew I had to see it myself. With the New Mexico territory belonging to the United States at the end of the Mexican-American War, it became clear settlers...

The Ruins of Fort Union

The Ruins of Fort Union

Welcome to Fort Union Before I moved to New Mexico, I had never heard of Fort Union. I’m a history buff, and once I did hear about it, I knew I had to see it myself. With the New Mexico territory belonging to the United States at the end of the Mexican-American War, it became clear settlers...

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ABQ MOM

ABQ MOM

ABQ MOM is the desire to bring Moms together and provide parenting perspectives, written by parents living here in Albuquerque.

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Homewise

Homewise

“Homeowners impact neighborhoods, and neighborhoods impact homeownership,” is not only a philosophical idea, it is one of the guiding principles of Homewise in New Mexico…

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Breakfast for One

Breakfast for One

As I’ve watched social media, I noticed a trend: friends of mine that never, or almost never, cooked their own food were using the time at home to experiment in the kitchen.

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New in New Mexico

New in New Mexico

My name is Edward Domain, and I am brand new in town. I’m originally from the Midwest, and was excited to move to Albuquerque as part of the Pattern New Mexico team. I certainly moved here in interesting times.

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