Local iQ:
Albuquerque’s intelligent
bi-weekly alternative

“More than 75,000 readers regularly pick up iQ to find out where to go, what to do, where to eat beforehand and drink afterwards. In addition to cultural events listings and previews, iQ also offers a host of expert columnists who write on a wide range of specific topics.” – Local iQ


Ellen was out of town – Duke City native Dana Goldberg and her comic friends stage a night of fun (April 2014)
Cesar Millan: Lucky Dog – Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan builds a high-profile career working with capricious canines (April 2014)
Funny, no question – Young Albuquerque sketch and improv troupe Comedy? goes to weekly schedule of shows at The Box (January 2014)
Yurt alert at Wolf Creek – 30 minutes from Pagosa Springs sits a circular destination of outdoor fun (January 2014)
Proper pub pooches – Dog training at Tractor Tap Room aims to get canines and owners on their best behavior (May 2013)
Book review – The Old Man’s Love Story by Rudolfo Anaya (May 2013)
Restaurant review: Silent revolution – A pair of Santa Fe café/bakeries make the decision to go gluten-free (April 2013)
Book review: The True Secret of Writing: Connecting Life with Language – Interview with Natalie Goldberg (March 2013)
Bike City – For cycling enthusiasts, Albuquerque may be one of the best places in the entire country to live, play and ride (April 2011)
Mellow to gnarly – These five rides close to Albuquerque satisfy the full range of mountain biker desires (April 2011)
Two-wheeled epicureans – Santa Fe bike ride features multiple stops for fine-food dining, from frittatas and blintzes to grilled halibut and sauteed summer squash (October 2012)
pdf-iconWhat would Butter do? Doggie Dash and Dawdle highlight of the year for local pets, including iQ “writer” Butter Cookie (Nov 2012)
pdf-iconChristmas eve on two wheels: Bicycle shop offers guided luminaria tours for unique perspective of N.M. holiday tradition (Dec 2012)
pdf-iconBook reviews (Oct 2012)

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