Holiday celebrations

Downtown ABQ diner icon to serve free Thanksgiving meal

86 Views   ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A classic diner spot in downtown Albuquerque will be offering its free Thanksgiving meal again this year. Lindy’s Diner will be serving up a free meal, soft drink and dessert to all community members this Thanksgiving. The free meal is available from 10 a.m. to 2

What is New Mexico’s favorite Thanksgiving side dish?

103 Views   ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Are you all set with what you’re cooking for Thanksgiving? Thousands of us went to grocery stores, making sure we’re prepared for Thursday, and  sometimes the side dishes can upstage the turkey on Thanksgiving – so what’s your go-to?

Tips for staying safe during Halloween

101 Views   ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Halloween is a fun, joyous time with memories made for adults and kids, alike, but it’s important to keep some safety tips in mind:

New Mexico’s history of witchcraft and sorcery

128 Views   NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Every culture has its version of witches or a belief in witches. In New Mexico, European ideas about witches blend with traditions from Mexican, Spanish, and Native cultures. So, where do New Mexico’s beliefs about witches start?

New voice of Old Man Gloom gears up for Zozobra

180 Views   ANTA FE, N.M. — This Friday, Old Man Gloom will be brought to life with a new person behind the microphone.  The Honorable Bill Parnall, a Division I Judge of New Mexico’s Second Judicial District Court, was selected out of nearly 60 individuals through two rounds of auditions

Plans to allow alcohol sales at Zozobra move forward

179 Views   SANTA FE, N.M. – The thousands of people set to attend Zozobra this year may be able to buy alcohol inside the gates, which is something the event organizers are pushing for.  On Wednesday night, a Santa Fe city council committee gave its approval for the idea. Now, the

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