Category: Entertainment

It was supposed to be their big break. Now two 24-year-olds are at the center of the ‘Rust’ shooting investigation

It was supposed to be their big break. Now two 24-year-olds are at the center of the ‘Rust’ shooting investigation

From the Los Angeles Times When Hannah Gutierrez Reed landed a job working on the Alec Baldwin western “Rust,” she couldn’t believe her luck. “How f— up is it that life’s been so good lately I can’t help but feel like I’m about to fall from grace?” she posted on Facebook on Sept. 29, two…

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When professional baseball had a home in Barelas

When professional baseball had a home in Barelas

From Downtown Albuquerque News Should Albuquerque voters approve, there’s a pretty good chance a new stadium will soon be constructed somewhere in greater Downtown in the coming years. But while that possibility may strike most area residents as a big new urban novelty for Albuquerque, it’s actually anything but. For much of the last century,…

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History, Hikes, Gardens and Ghosts: There’s something for everyone at the Old Idaho Penitentiary

History, Hikes, Gardens and Ghosts: There’s something for everyone at the Old Idaho Penitentiary

From Treasure Valley Living It’s generally a good idea to avoid spending any amount of time in a penitentiary, but the Old Idaho Penitentiary is different. With a wide variety of activities, and something for every member of the family, you’re sure to enjoy your time there. Completed in 1872, the Old Idaho Penitentiary served…

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Legal cannabis helped the Colorado tourism economy. It probably won’t do the same for ABQ.

Legal cannabis helped the Colorado tourism economy. It probably won’t do the same for ABQ.

Nearly a decade after voters in Colorado legalized recreational cannabis, this much seems clear: It was a major victory for tourism. Those tourists came from all over, and cannabis entrepreneurs launched new businesses to cater to them. Some of these businesses provide cannabis-friendly transportation from the airport to area lodging, others offer high-end dining options…

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Food trends: Catering your event in a post-pandemic world

Food trends: Catering your event in a post-pandemic world

From the Idaho Business Review As pandemic restrictions fade away, lots of people are eager to return to in-person events, but it’s important to remember comfort levels will vary, especially when it comes to eating. While some guests are eager and willing to attend a large event with a traditional serve-yourself buffet, others may be…

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Hybrid events are here to stay: A look at incorporating virtual and in-person components for corporate functions

Hybrid events are here to stay: A look at incorporating virtual and in-person components for corporate functions

From the Idaho Business Review You’re on mute. Those three words became famous during the pandemic. By now though, most people are ready to stash them deep inside a drawer with the tattered pajama pants they wore during countless virtual meetings and conferences, week after week, for more than a year. But wait. Don’t get…

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The state of the microbreweries

The state of the microbreweries

From Downtown Albuquerque News Where things stand: A visit with industry observer Chris Jackson Like most matters these days, the future of breweries and their taprooms in greater Downtown remains at the mercy of a certain virus. But while the pandemic has been a major challenge, it has decidedly not been a catastrophe. All but…

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Pickleball: The most popular sport you’ve never heard of?

Pickleball: The most popular sport you’ve never heard of?

From Downtown Albuquerque News When it comes to pickleball, chances are you either know exactly what it is, or you’ve never heard of it. For those in the latter category, pickleball is a sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton, and table tennis. It is popular. Really popular, and that popularity is growing. With at…

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Go Play Outside: Central Idaho offers fun and adventure for the entire family

Go Play Outside: Central Idaho offers fun and adventure for the entire family

From Idaho Heartland Living There’s no denying it, the last year has been tough for many. Working from home, sitting through Zoom meeting after Zoom meeting and then ending the day by binge-watching the latest streaming shows. There’s also no denying that it’s time to get outside, and what better place to do that than…

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