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Top 4 Shows Of the Summer

Top 4 Shows Of the Summer

Ella Markman '22, 6th & 7th Grade Section Editor August 27, 2021

Too Hot To Handle: Season 2- The iconic hit romance show is back. The producers of the show take a bunch of hot singles and enforce a strict sex ban. This season, only one person wins the money. The...

Creativity and Culture

Creativity and Culture

Exploring the SF MOMA
Tatiana Gross, Writer May 18, 2018

  Nonprofit, contemporary, and modern. These words only begin to describe San Francisco’s famed Modern Art Museum. SFMOMA houses artists from Jackson Pollock to Andy Warhol, names recognizable...

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Musee Mechanique

Jessica Allen, Writer May 18, 2018

When entering Musee Mechanique, visitors become children once again as they gaze at the nostalgic games and toys they once fiddled with when they were young. In 1933, at only 11 years old, Edward Galland...

AA Faculty Shine in New Art Show

Alex Mclaughlin, Writer and Photographer May 18, 2018

When surrounded by incredible talent, it is easy to forget that teachers at Albuquerque Academy are skilled professionals outside of their teaching careers, and that they have made, and continue to make,...

Albuquerque Lights Up for the Holidays

Albuquerque Lights Up for the Holidays

Jessica Allen December 14, 2017

Every year during the winter season, the Albuquerque community comes together to celebrate the holidays. They layer themselves in hats, jackets, gloves, and cozy socks, with a warm hot chocolate in hand,...

Culture and Artistry at the Chinese Lantern Festival

Culture and Artistry at the Chinese Lantern Festival

Sofia Taylor December 12, 2017

Over thirty beautifully illuminated lanterns in the shapes of pandas, peacocks, and other animals and sculptures were featured at the Chinese Lantern Festival this year. The lanterns were constructed by...

Nutcracker Ballet in the Land of Enchantment presents a new twist on a holiday classic

“Nutcracker Ballet in the Land of Enchantment” presents a new twist on a holiday classic

Sydney Wright December 11, 2017

Worried you’ll be bored by another basic ballet performance of the Nutcracker? If you are looking for an exciting way to kick off this holiday season, consider an evening enjoying Festival Ballet Albuquerque’s...

Art Attack: A Refuge for Creative Souls

Art Attack: A Refuge for Creative Souls

Marie Siopy November 22, 2017

A bell jingles as the door is pushed open to the small first room, which houses about eight tables, families of varying sizes at each one. The smell of paint hangs heavy in the air at Art Attack, a local...

Student artists shine in the 2015 Winter Art Show

Student artists shine in the 2015 Winter Art Show

Academy Staff December 5, 2015

Check out some of the highlights of the 2015 Winter Art Show, featuring pieces from student artists in grades 6-12! Photos by Judy Choi

Heights Community Center hosts Swing Dancing Sessions

Heights Community Center hosts Swing Dancing Sessions

Stella Asmerom September 10, 2015

Upon entering the Heights Community Center on a Tuesday night, you are immediately transported to a 1940s swing dance. Dancers spin around with their partners in free-flowing, energetic steps while spectators...

Nailed it! Maya Benia inspires as nail artist

Nailed it! Maya Benia inspires as nail artist

Lillie Guo February 11, 2015

Drawing a Mario character or an intricate tribal design is already difficult; even more so is painting it on a canvas only a few millimeters long. Maya Benia ’15, however, does it with ease. Nail art...

Globalquerque 2014 offers a taste of the world

Globalquerque 2014 offers a taste of the world

Academy Staff September 23, 2014

y night started with a yellow shoe drum solo. This is probably not a phrase that commonly crosses most people’s minds, but at Globalquerque, New Mexico’s annual global culture and music festival, it...

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