Login for full access to ABQJournal.com



New Users: Subscribe here


Close

Author Archives: Marla Brose / Photographer

Socorro Arredondo organizes the display of Hatch green chile outside Pancho’s Chile Konnection at Mountain and Broadway NE on Thursday. The produce shop started roasting the green chile on Wednesday. Next week, the shop hopes to get a shipment of Socorro chile. (Marla Brose/Albuquerque Journal)

Green chile time’s here again

Socorro Arredondo organizes the display of Hatch green chile outside Pancho’s Chile Konnection at Mountain and Broadway NE on Thursday…

A 40-year-old Asian elephant performer with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus gets a bath outside of the Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho with Dutchess, 43, left, on Wednesday. The circus performances start today and will run through Sunday at the Star Center. Dutchess, who weighs 7,600 pounds, will perform with Patty, who weighs more than 8,000 pounds. (Marla Brose/Albuquerque Journal)

Circus at Star Center in Rio Rancho

A 40-year-old Asian elephant performer with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus gets a bath outside of the Santa Ana Star Center…

Youths with the Mayor’s Art Insitute grout the tile mosaic they created on a column outside the Juan Tabo Library on Friday. The mosaic, titled “Once Upon a Storytime,” features a storyteller at the base, and the tiles twist around the column like smoke and turn into stars. (Marla Brose/Albuquerque Journal)

Storytelling in tile

Youths with the Mayor’s Art Insitute grout the tile mosaic they created on a column outside the Juan Tabo Library …

Morris Friedman of Friedman Recycling Cos. gives Mayor Richard Berry, right, a tour of the Friedman Recycling plant after its grand opening on Thursday. The city of Albuquerque will deliver the contents of the blue recycling bins to the plant located on Edith Boulevard in the North Valley. (Marla Brose/Albuquerque Journal)

RECYCLING PLANT TOUR

Morris Friedman of Friedman Recycling Cos. gives Mayor Richard Berry…

Danielle Brock, left, and Desiree Ulibarri, right, watch as Jeannette Sanchez, center, practices CPR compressions on Cynthia Trevizo, who is lying on the ground at the University of New Mexico’s Johnson Field on Saturday. The group participated in the fourth annual Project Heart Start. Between 3,000 and 4,000 people learned compression-only CPR in free classes Saturday at various sites around the state. “If it’s easy to learn, more people are likely to do it,” said Dr. Barry Ramo of the New Mexico Heart Institute. (Marla Brose/Albuquerque Journal)

Starting a heart

Danielle Brock, left, and Desiree Ulibarri, right, watch as Jeannette Sanchez…

Four-year-old Adan Orellana, center, hugs sisters Wendy, 8, left, and Jasmine, 6, as they take cover from the rain at Jack and Jill Park near Arizona and Zuni SE during a walk with their mother and grandmother. Areas in and around Albuquerque reported pea- to penny-sized hail, and three-tenths of an inch of rain fell just southwest of the city. (Marla Brose/Albuquerque Journal)

Rain and hail in Albuquerque

Four-year-old Adan Orellana, center, hugs sisters Wendy, 8, left, and Jasmine, 6, as they…

From left, Noah Parra, 12, and Joel Jones, 11, walk by the Idaho Potato Commission’s flatbed trailer loaded with a replica potato that is 28 feet long and 11 feet 6 inches high. The traveling tuber made a stop in Rio Rancho last Saturday at Don Chalmers Ford while on a cross-country tour to raise awareness and funds for Meals on Wheels, an organization that delivers meals to homebound seniors. (Marla Brose/Albuquerque Journal)

Potato on wheels fundraiser

From left, Noah Parra, 12, and Joel Jones, 11, walk by the Idaho Potato Commission’s flatbed trailer…

Nicole Lopez gets thrown into a competition court during the tournament, which raises money for hospitalized children and their families. (Marla Brose/Albuquerque Journal)

Glop Volleyball

“We killed it,” Adam Triolo said.The president of the Carrie Tingley Hospital Foundati …

Alyssa Reyes, 9, tries to convince her mother Kristi Reyes to adopt Teddy, a cuddly 7-year-old Maltese, during Fetch-apalooza on Saturday. (Marla Brose/Albuquerque Journal)

Fetching a Pet

More than 200 pets have new homes thanks to the Fetch-apalooza event held Saturday at the Albuquerqu …

Gaucin Garcia, 6, twists as he jumps into the Sunport Pool in Albuquerque on Tuesday. Sunport Pool, along with the city’s six other public outdoor pools, recently opened for recreational swimming. Free one-day passes for kids 16 and younger will be available starting Friday at city and county fire stations, APD substations and Bernalillo County Sheriff’s offices. The passes are good for all city and county pools. (Marla Brose/Albuquerque Journal)

Jump in

Gaucin Garcia, 6, twists as he jumps into the Sunport Pool in Albuquerque…

Lois Cunningham of Estancia arranges a blanket for her 6-month-old great-grandson Josiah Valadez during a short rainstorm Friday at the BioPark. It wasn’t much, but it was enough to get folks excited after three years of drought. Unofficial totals in Albuquerque ranged from trace amounts to 0.15 inches, the first measurable rain since April 10. The city will see a 10 percent chance of isolated showers this weekend.  (Marla Brose/Albuquerque Journal)

A spot of rain in Albuquerque

Lois Cunningham of Estancia arranges a blanket for her 6-month-old great-grandson …

Trish Herrera of PNM, center, and Julie Walter, of BAR Financial, left, compete in a screaming and running race during the 4th annual Amy Biehl High School Urban Olympics on Civic Plaza on Friday. About 40 teams from local businesses and other organizations competed in the activities, which also included tricycle races and a mop-javelin throw to raise money for various programs for the Downtown charter high school’s students.  (Marla Brose/Albuquerque Journal)

Screaming, running for Amy Biehl

Trish Herrera of PNM, center, and Julie Walter, of BAR Financial, left, compete in a screaming…

Top