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|The Agency - Grand Opening this Saturday|
March 22, 2008
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
THE AGENCY, TRIPL3TONE STUDIOS, and FHAB CONCEPTS ANNOUNCE
(ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO) THE AGENCY, a new venue in
pleased to announce its grand opening event on Saturday,
The Agency, located at 111 4th Street, will offer an
fine art openings, musical performances, spoken word,
showings, and new media installations.
The celebration begins at 6pm and is open to the public
cover charge. The night will feature performances by local
and video projectionists. Media Professionals wishing to
event are welcome.
The Agency will begin to host events after its grand
providing a new outlet for art, music, and community in
The Agency will host concerts, art shows, performances and
more in a
refined, stylish environment built with interaction of the
communities of Albuquerque and New Mexico.
Tripl3Tone Studios, located at The Agency, is operated by
engineer / producer Jason Wolf of KeyToSound. Tripl3Tone
caters to the audio and video production needs of
quickly evolving music and film community. Tripl3Tone
sophisticated audio and video recording and editing
technology to meet
the needs of musicians and bands; as well as, broadcasters,
advertising agencies, film makers, and website developers.
The Agency is also the new home of artist Nick Harmon and
Concepts. FHAB art will reside permanently at The Agency.
a different local artist each month, FHAB Friday showcases
every first Friday of the month. Artists interested in
are encouraged to contact FHAB for showing details.
[ @ www.the-agency.org in ]
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|Golden West Saloon Destroyed by Fire!|
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Cleanup has begun following a devastating fire this morning in downtown Albuquerque.
Firefighters were called to the Golden West Saloon on Central Avenue near Seventh Street around 6 a.m. today.
When firefighters arrived, they started fighting the fire from the inside, but quickly got out.
"Our commanders felt like the roof was being compromised, so we took our firefighters out of the building," said Melissa Romero with the Albuquerque Fire Department.
Soon, the roof did collapse, causing backdraft explosions, when the oxygen-starved fire got a sudden increase in oxygen.
The heat could be felt hundreds of feet away.
Crews contained the fire about two hours later.
Near the time they contained the fire, firefighters lost control of a high-pressure hose, which hit two firefighters. One was sent to the hospital with a head injury, while the other was treated on the scene for an ankle injury.
The saloon is a total loss. The neighboring Launchpad nightclub suffered heavy smoke and water damage. A post on the club's Web site says it's temporarily closed.
El Ray Theater, which shares a building with the saloon, suffered minimal smoke and water damage.
The fire sent ripples through the downtown community. The building was built in the 1920s. (More on the building's history)
"Downtown is already fragile," said downtown resident Anna Muller. "It affects all of us."
It also had a more immediate impact on a lot of people in and near downtown.
To protect firefighters, Public Service Company of New Mexico crews shut down power to about 700 customers in the area around 6:45 a.m.
KRQE News 13 was among those customers. The station was briefly knocked off the air before its backup generators kicked n.
Power was restored to most customers around 7:30. Another 39 customers very near the scene were without power until about 1:20 p.m. because of safety concerns.
Several schools nearby are operating on different schedules than usual because of the fire and smoke.
|brian botkiller filming live DVD 2/15|
I'll be filming my live concert DVD, filming by Spork Films, and I'll be joined by Sindrone and Ken Cornell on stage to back me up and bring the noise, as well as panopticon to bring the visuals. I'd like to have a lot of people out for this event, so PLEASE COME! Free. 9pm (come early, lineups change), and also playing is Vertigo Venus and People noise.
[Concert: brian botkiller filming live DVD (burque.info)]
You can download People Noise's entire new album, "Ordinary Ghosts", (with the band's blessing) here:
[00009-PEOPLENOISE-OG.zip @ [Fanatic Promotion] in /ribbit/peoplenoise]
Please come out! I need support for this!
|CK's lounge Nov. 28th|
Wednesday Nov. 28th, Raine Vivian, Diverje and Vertigo Venus, Live @ CK's lounge (2841 Cerrillos Rd, Santa Fe, NM), 9:30pm, 21+ - strippers, industrial music. Can't beat that with a stick.
|CHEMLAB LIVE IN THE 505|
CHEMLAB - LIVE!!!!!!!!!!! HERE IN ALBUQUERQUE!
SATURDAY DECEMBER 1ST
1522 Eubank Blvd NE # B
Albuquerque, NM 87112
The venerable CHEMLAB is one of the legends of Industrial Rock. This DOES NOT HAPPEN VERY OFTEN! We are EXTREMELY lucky to have this opportunity, so BE THERE!!
FREE, 21+, 9pm. Hosting will be Botnix, Scarless, Diverje and Vertigo Venus. BRING FRIENDS!
AGAIN: NOT A SHOW TO BE MISSED! Please don't figure this happens all the time... it does not! Spread the word and tell everyone, the time is now!
|The Eight Annual Santa Fe Film Festival|
The Eighth Annual Santa Fe Film Festival will take place Wednesday November 28 - Sunday December 2, 2007.
Tickets and PASSES ON SALE NOW!!!! Call 989 1495
$300 Films Only and $450 All Festival
Tickets are $10 individual or $75 for a ten pack and are on sale now at 519 Cerrillos Road, across from our host hotel The Hotel Santa Fe.
Pre Order your tickets now! Some movies will are already sold out and others are reserved for purchasing the night of the festival. The Box Office Is Closed Thanksgiving but Friday Will be open now.
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