ABQ Trolley Co. presents Q-VIEW: Barelas
ABQ Trolley Co. presents the Barelas neighborhood introduction.
ABQ Trolley Co. presents Q-VIEW: Old Town
neighborhood introduction Old Town
Albuquerque: Advancing the Destination
Albuquerque is experiencing much momentum. Members of the Albuquerque community share good news and advancements from their organizations, businesses, and fields. They also express their hopes for the city as it continues to grow and to develop.
Interested in other good news from Albuquerque? Check out the Albuquerque Convention and Visitors Bureau's 2014 Year in Review Video:
VIDEOGRAPHY: Southwest Productions
POST-PRODUCTION: 30 Second Street
by Josh Woodward - joshwoodward.com
And a special thanks to all members of the Albuquerque community featured in this production.
Albuquerque CVB /
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0:05 - Mayor Richard J. Berry
0:29 - Ann Lerner
0:37 - Darin Sand - Goodman Realty and Hotel Andaluz
0:52 - Josh and Heather Arnold - Routes Bicycle Rentals and Tours
1:06 - Marcel Lucero - Convention Services of the Southwest
1:25 - Michael Riordan - City of Albuquerque Municipal Development
1:36 - Regina Chavez - Principal of Cultural Econ.
1:54 - Chris Morales - Golden Crown Panaderia
2:05 - Shannon Guess - Santa Ana Star Casino
2:20 - Charlie Walter - NM Museum of Natural History and Science
2:34 - Maresa Thompson - Heritage Hotels and Resorts
2:54 - Patrick Humpf - ABQ Food Trucks
3:06 - Louis Abruzzo - Sandia Peak Tramway
3:16 - Sandy Cohen - Balloon Museum
3:29 - Yancy Sturgeon - Hotel Parq Central
3:42 - Linda Thorne and Lanny Tonning - Old Town Farm & Bike-in Coffee
3:56 - Jesse Herron and Mike Silva - ABQ Trolley Co.
4:20 - Andre and Keith West-Harrison - Great Face and Body
4:43 - Jose Garcia - Albuquerque Convention Center
4:57 - Marisa Magallanez - National Institute of Flamenco
4:13 - Sherri Brueggemann - City of ABQ Public Art Program
5:29 - Matthew Rembe - Los Poblanos Inn and Organic Farm
5:46 - Ruth Gore - Rio Grande Arts and Crafts Festivals
5:53 - Laura Kesselman - Kesselman-Jones
6:09 - Ken Carson - Nexus Brewery
6:16 - Julia Mandeville - Art Bar by Catalyst Club
6:28 - Micah Lobato - Bistronomy B2B
6:36 - Scott Appelman - Rainbow Ryders
6:48 - Gary Oppedahl - City of Albuquerque Economic Dev.
7:04 - Diane Souder - Petroglyph National Monument
7:14 - Marisa Magallanez - National Institute of Flamenco
7:24 - Michael Riordan - City of Albuquerque Municipal Development
7:32 - City of ABQ Public Art Program
7:41 - Darin Sand - Goodman Realty and Hotel Andaluz
7:46 - Mark Gundlach - Hyatt Regency Albuquerque
7:56 - Matthew Rembe - Los Poblanos Inn and Organic Farm
8:07 - Louis Abruzzo - Sandia Peak Tramway
8:19 - Jose Garcia - Albuquerque Convention Center
8:28 - Yancy Sturgeon - Hotel Parq Central
8:37 - Juan Sotomayor
8:43 - Linda Thorne and Lanny Tonning - Old Town Farm & Bike-in Coffee
8:49 - Andre and Keith West-Harrison - Great Face and Body
8:56 - Ken Carson - Nexus Brewery
8:59 - Charlie Walter - NM Museum of Natural History and Science
9:09 - Maresa Thompson - Heritage Hotels and Resorts
9:21 - Mayor Richard J. Berry
9:36 - Regina Chavez - Principal of Cultural Econ.
Sandia Peak Tramway in HD!
The Sandia Peak Tramway, or Tram is the third longest aerial tramway in the world. Each cable car can carry up to 50 passengers, or 10,000 lbs of cargo up the 2.7 miles to the top. From the 10,378 high summit there is a spectacular view of the Rio Grande Valley.
The Tram has carried nearly 9 million passengers in its 43 years of existence. On the way up, visitors can enjoy the ridged rock faces, deep canyons and high cliffs, old rugged oaks, pine trees, and aspen. Commonly seen wildlife in... MORE AT
Nob Hill Main Street - Albuquerque NM
Carolyn Chavez, the Executive Director of Nob Hill Main Street, talks about one of America's iconic Main Streets and the importance of supporting the small businesses that help it thrive. For more information about Main Street Nob Hill, please visit
There's Good in the Hearts of People in Albuquerque #RiseUpABQ
There's love in the heart of Albuquerque, New Mexico and our cameras spotted some yesterday. #RiseUpABQ
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Episode 1014 | THE LINE: Barelas Neighborhood Association Absorbed
NMiF host Gene Grant and the Line panelists weigh in on the news that the Silver Platinum Neighborhood Association in the downtown area absorbed the Barelas Downtown Homeowners Association after a paperwork snafu.
Mountains in Albuquerque New Mexico
land of enchantment
Battle for Barelas neighborhood ends with City decision
Battle for Barelas neighborhood ends with City decision - Source:
New Mexico Revealed-Nob Hill Edition
New Mexico Revealed is a 3 minute variety webisode, which highlights things to do and places to go in New Mexico. This edition of New Mexico Revealed features two business locations in the Albuquerque, Nob Hill business district.
Hosted by Irene Estrada
Company offers unique ride to Balloon Fiesta glows
we first told you about the a-b-q trolley co earlier this year. it's a new business created by two albuquerque locals giving trolley tours around the city. despite the slow economy -- the business has taken off and balloon fiesta is bringing in even more business. you might have se it rolling through the streets of albuquerque. this distinctly unique trolley has been in business since may giving tours that cover albuquerque's history and culture for out of towners. beautiful building, one of the most beloved buildings in our entire city. co-owners jesse herron and michael silva started up the business during what seemed to be the worst of the economic slump this year. 5 months later business is better than the two could have hoped for -- absolutely, absolutley this was a treat and we hesitated because of the weather today but it was well worth it, it was wonderful. and balloon fiesta offered a new opportunity. they've had problems over the years with getting people from downtown hotels out to balloon fiesta park so we cooperatively worked with them to offer a service providing pickup at the albuquerque convention center out to balloon fiesta park. saturday on the abq trolley glow is already sold out -- the 40 dollar roundtrip includes transportation to the balloon glows from the albuquerque convention center with a guided tour, admission to the fiesta and to the chasers club -- a private tent with hot food at the balloon park. herron says it's a great way to end trolley season it's a great timing to close out the season on a huge note with tons of people on board. herron says sunday is pretty much booked but you can still buy a seat for the three other balloon glow nights. for more information just head to our website at kob.com and click on four links. back to you. and for all your balloon fiesta coverage -- be sure to keep it on eyewitness news four. saturday and sunday, tune in from five to seven a-m for live traffic and weather updates on eyewitness news four today. then stay with us from 7am to nine -- for our live coverage of the mass ascensions.
Isick from Knuckle'z Deep in the Ghetto on 75th street in Albuquerque
Albuquerque, New York, Washington DC GoPro Hero 4 Silver
Travelling ABQ, NY and DC.
ABQ NY DC lumped into one video. All unique and interesting in their own way. We had a great time in Albuquerque and would go back there, even though it's not really somewhere you would usually consider for a holiday! We do love Breaking Bad, and went on the ABQ Trolley Co's Bad Tour, which was great, filled with so many interesting stories.
New York was strange. It's one of those places you build up expectations on so it's a bit wierd when you actually go there. We would go back at Christmas time, but not in a hurry.
Washington DC is a lovely place and I'd happily go back there but I feel we've done everything. I think everyone should visit once.
Places featured on this video: Top of the Rock, National Mall, ABQ Biodome, 9/11 Memorial, National Art Gallery, Breaking Bad Car Wash, ABQ Trolley, White House, Lincoln Memorial, Times Square, ABQ Zoo, Empire State Building, National History Museum New York, Old Town ABQ, Tuco's hideout, FAO Toy Store, Los Pollos Hermanos, National Air and Space Museum
Song credit: I Took a Pill in Ibiza - Mike Posner (SeeB Remix)
This video was shot on a GoPro Hero 4 Silver (full 1080p and 60fps) in May and June 2015 and edited in Adobe Premier Pro. I recently purchased a new laptop to edit with as my previous one was too laggy to play such high quality videos so the laptop I used to edit with was an Asus X555L upgraded to 8GB Memory.
ABQ restaurant provides down home feel and political scene
If you've ever stopped by the Barela's Coffee House, you never know who might walk through the door. From family, friends and familiar faces to even president of the United States, the restaurant has established itself as a down home spot for food and keeping the political crowd in touch with citizens.
How Does Albuquerque Really Feel PT 1.
In the first installment of How Does Albuquerque Really Feel we take to the streets to find out how people really feel about drunk texts (receiving and sending), Kanye West, and much more.
Shot and Edited by Michael Mellas (@mikemellas)
Central St Albuquerque
Recorded on February 24, 2009 using a Flip Video camcorder.
Old Town, Albuquerque, Christmas Tree Lighting
Fall Harvest in Old Town
Bluegrass ghosts on the plaza in Old Town
Bishop born in Barelas on path to sainthood
Pope Francis just cleared the way to begin the process to sainthood for the Bishop of the Barrio. Sainthood requires proof of two miracles. Subscribe to KOAT on YouTube now for more:
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UNM's Turn UP Tailgate: NMSU vs. UNM
For the students, by the Students... Let the Lobo's show you how to party!
Music By: Josh Lujan Panda
Production by: Paul Aitken, Ride Media
Event Sound Production: RedFish Entertainment
Student Promotions: United We Rage
Safe Rides/Transportation Provided by: Party Trolley
Set Design: King Mobile Music
University of New Mexico
Technical Production Assistant: Nerds Limited