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1st ever Breaking Bad Fest CONTEST!!!!

Posted by on October 14, 2014 | Comments Off on 1st ever Breaking Bad Fest CONTEST!!!!

Breaking Bad Fan Fest Photo Contest WIN TICKETS

The one and only Breaking Bad Fan Fest is rapidly approaching!!!

[FAN PHOTOS] Email your best Breaking Bad fandom photos and they will use them to decorate the ‪#‎ABQBrBaFe‬ stage!

That’s right, Breaking Bad’s award-winning set decorator, Michael Flowers will incorporate your photos into decorating the stage at the Kiva Auditorium!

Submit your photos of you in costume, at a location or with a cast member–you name it! This contest is open to the public!

The top ten entries will receive one General Admission ticket!

The three best photos will also receive Fan Fest t-shirts!

The overall best photo wins a poster designed and signed by Breaking Bad set decorator Michael Flowers!

You’ll also be able to hangout with the cast backstage at the Kiva!

Deadline to receive the photos is Friday, October 24, 2014.

Please click here to submit your photos!


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“Walter White” will be mourned and laid to rest in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Posted by on October 9, 2013 | One comment

Walter White Funeral Link and QR Code

On Saturday October 19, 2013, beginning with a procession near the location where Walter White met his fate on 2nd & Los Ranchos in Albuquerque, New Mexico…

Walter White mourners are invited to attend a final farewell to the man, the myth and the legend, at his final resting place in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Services will take place at Sunset Memorial Park at 4:30pm. Breaking Bad set decorator Michael Flowers will deliver the eulogy. The Vernon’s Steakhouse Walter White funeral reception starts at 8:00pm. Attendance at both the funeral service and reception require payment with all proceeds going to the Vernon’s Steakhouse Walter White Endowment Fund at the Albuquerque Community Foundation benefiting Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless (AHCH). Michael Baird, owner of Vernon’s Steakhouse states, “This is an enormous opportunity for the Albuquerque community to benefit again from the worldwide phenomenon of Breaking Bad. With this event and the creation of the Vernon’s Steakhouse Walter White Endowment Fund at the Albuquerque Community Foundation, Walter White’s legacy and final amends will have a positive impact on Albuquerque for many years to come.”

By participating in these events, in person and/or by purchasing items or making donations online, one is contributing to the awareness and prevention of the hardships afflicting so many in our City and contributing to the effort to help end it while ensuring a piece of the tumultuous, yet valuable legacy that Walter White leaves behind. It is hoped that the event will raise much needed funds to secure substance abuse services to people in Albuquerque who need them most. Here are some of the ways that the public can contribute:

Walter White Bracelets: $10.00 (plus S&H on national and international orders) Custom baby blue silicone bracelet imprinted with Walter White’s name.

Walter White Funeral Ticket and Bracelet: $20.00 Includes entrance to the funeral and a handful of earth to help bury Walter White, plus a custom baby blue silicone bracelet imprinted with Walter White’s name.

“Walter White has brought awareness to [Breaking Bad] viewers about the problems associated with drug abuse and homelessness. If his death can generate financial donations to combat drug abuse and homelessness in Bernalillo County, then Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless is a well deserving recipient of those proceeds” said Sheriff Dan Houston of the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Departments.

AHCH works with more than 7,000 men, women and children experiencing homelessness every year – including those who are struggling with severe mental health and/or substance use disorders, as well as other illnesses.
According to Loyola Digital Advertising, the ad slots during the Breaking Bad finale cost anywhere from $300,000-$400,000 for a thirty-second time slot. For Albuquerque Heath Care for the Homeless, that amount of money would provide 12-months of free substance abuse services to approximately 70 people. The 12-months of care includes monthly medical clinic visits, monthly or more case manager visits, integrated behavioral health, and full dental care, as needed.

    To learn more about the cause and the services, join us for a press conference at 4:30pm on Thursday, October 17th at Albuquerque Healthcare for the Homeless, 1217 1st St., NW, on the corner of 1st & Menaul.

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    John Waters Filthy Word Live in Santa Fe

    Santa Fe Independent Film Festival announces a special evening with John Waters will be the highlight of the 2013 fest on Saturday, October 19th at The Lensic Performing Arts Center. The main event of the evening will be John Waters LIVE. In his newest one-man-show “This Filthy World”, John Waters (HAIRSPRAY, CRYBABY) highlights his impressive film career and perverse taste. The living independent film legend who William Burroughs dubbed “The Pope of Trash,” will follow his show with a book signing of his latest title ROLE MODELS. This is John Waters first performance in Santa Fe. The evening is topped with Santa Fe Independent Film Festival’s popular V.I.P Party hosted by Gary Farmer and The Troublemakers at the San Francisco Bar & Grill just down San Francisco Street near the Plaza.

    Tickets for John Waters LIVE “This Filfthy World” range from $18 to $58 and are available at ticketsantafe.org or call #505-988-1234 on Monday September 16th.

    “No filmmaker embodies the independent spirit and honesty the way that the great John Waters. He is a true independent spirit and we are extremely honored to have him at the festival.” said Jacques Paisner, Executive Director and Co- founder.

    John Waters grew up in Baltimore in the 1950s, obsessed by violence and gore, both real and on the screen. With his counter-culture friends as his cast, Waters began making silent 8mm and 16mm films in the mid-’60s. By the early 1970s, he was making features, breaking into world-wide notoriety with PINK FLAMINGOS (1972) – a bold exercise in ultra-bad taste. Waters successfully crossed over to Hollywood with HAIRSPRAY(1988). Waters continues to create daring independent films today. His films HAIRSPRAY was turned into the eight time Tony award-winning Broadway musical.

    John Waters

    An Evening with John Waters is part of Santa Fe Independent Film Festival’s Baltimore Program. Other films include: I AM DIVINE and 12 O’CLOCK BOYS.

    I AM DIVINE is a definitive biographical portrait of Harris Glenn Milstead, a.k.a. Divine, and honors him in just the way he always craved – as a serious artist and an immortal star.

    12 O’CLOCK BOYS, Pug, a wisecracking 13 year old living on a dangerous Westside block, has one goal in mind: to join The Twelve O’Clock Boys; the notorious urban dirt-bike gang of Baltimore. Converging from all parts of the inner city, they invade the streets and clash with police, who are forbidden to chase the bikes for fear of endangering the public.

    Special tickets for a private intimate dinner party with John Waters preceding his show go on sale for $500 each, on a first come, first serve basis, includes reserved seating. Tickets go on sale Monday, September 16th, please visit ticketsantafe.org or call 505.988.1234.

    The 2013 Fifth Annual Santa Fe Independent Film Festival will begin on Wednesday October 16, 2013 with the Oscar nominee John Sayles’s thriller GO FOR SISTERS introduced by co-star and actor Yolanda Ross (TREME, SPECTOR) and come to a rest on Sunday October 20, 2013, holding five (5) days of independent film, interactive social events, and numerous instructive and exploratory workshops.

    The Santa Fe Independent Film Festival is the hot, fast-growing film festival where innovative filmmakers have a place to screen their films to the diverse audiences in Santa Fe, New Mexico during the annual 5 day film fest the third week in October, now in its 5th year, and, at special events throughout the year.

    Sponsors of Santa Fe Independent Film Festival

    The Santa Fe Independent Film Festival relies on the generous support of sponsors and corporate partnerships to help fund the 5th Annual Film Festival. A special thanks to this year’s committed sponsors: (official sponsors) Bishop’s Lodge and Resort, Inn and Spa at Loretto, Eldorado Hotel, Studio X, Kristin Johnson Gallery & Ice House Music, Garrett’s Desert Inn, The Lensic Performing Arts Center, Warehouse 21, IATSE Local 480, The Santa Fe Reporter, Hutton Broadcasting, The Film School at SFUAD, Garson Studios; (community sponsors) Center for Contemporary Arts, Pippin Contemporary, EZ TV Install, Dos Lunas Tequila, HDNM & Stepbridge Studios, High Desert Digital, San Francisco Bar & Grill, Palace Restuarnt, Tanti Luce, Santa Fe Spirits.

    Other funding provided by: Santa Fe Arts Commission, McCune Charitable Foundation, and Kindle Project.

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    Sci-fi Expo Opportunity

    Posted by on August 2, 2011 | Comments Off on Sci-fi Expo Opportunity
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    From the man who brings us perpetual goodness all year ’round comes this year’s Sci-Fi Expo and your chance to GET INTO IT this weekend!

    Jim Burleson owner of Tall Tales Comics right here in the Q presents the Albuquerque Sci-fi Expo AND Albuquerque Comic Con!

    In an exciting twist this weekend’s expo offers us lowly blah, blah bloggers an opportunity to be a part of it all:

    Best web blog coverage of the sci Fi expo win the blogger TWO media passes to the Albuquerque Comic Con in January as the official Albuquerque Comic Con blog team.

    Just post each day at least one 4 minute spots per day on YouTube but total coverage will be a factor in choosing winner.

    Title must say Albuquerque Sci Fi Expo 2011 video Blog Contest.

    Points for live updates, best interviews, quality of video, editing, original coverage, and quality of host.

    Winner will be announced on September 1st at www.albuquerquecomiccon.com.

    • Win a new truck from Melloy Dodge
    • Alien Costume Contest: Best Original Alien Costume Saturday and Sunday, $100 per day prize
    • Best Sci FI Expo 2012 Poster Design $100 1st place, $75.00 2nd Place $50.00 3rd place (all rights belong to SciFi Expo)
    • Cosplay strongly encouraged (schedule pending)
    • Albuquerque Store House Food Drive ($5.00 off any ticket for 5lbs. of food donated at the door)

    Armed Forces, Police and Fire in Uniform get in Free!! Applies to Member only, ID required.

    For more Information come by Tall Tales Comics, Wyoming & Constitution. 1510 C Wyoming Bl. NE Albuquerque, NM 87112 (505) 296-6178

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    Your Friday Q Spot

    Posted by on November 12, 2010 | Comments Off on Your Friday Q Spot

    As heard on Coyote 102.5 on November 12, 2010

    CLICK to hear today’s Q Spot in the RAW

    Breaking Bad Season 4 is NOW CASTING for background/extras – All types throughout, but Meth Heads for episode one are currently being cast here.

    White Turtle is also handling local casting for In Plain Sight

    The USA Network hit series resumes shooting next week thru – April 2011. They will film on location all around town and over at I-25 Studios casting info. will be posted as it becomes avail…

    Pamela Kaplan Casting out of L.A. is currently looking to cast a Native American Indian for a Lead Role in a feature film STRAPPING MALE 20s – 40s STRONG PRESENCE, SIZEABLE MAN /Will Sampson One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest…Few details, big name actor(s) attached, 2011 shoot – CALL 310-458-1100 EXT 111
    OR EMAIL zincasting@gmail.com

    Erica is currently looking and listening for local Rock Bands to showcase on her show…

    Here’s another a chance for musicians and entertainers to land their big break – win a development contract and $10,000 in New Mexico’s own Santa Ana Star Search video performance submissions are through January 11

    While Bless Me Ultima the feature film continues to roll in Northern New Mexico, the stage production which featuring some of the screen actors is in the Q at the National Hispanic Cultural Center Fri & Sat at 8 pm Sun matinee at 2 tix here.

    Comedy night tonight – Is like the elections all over again Two Comedians, one night SMQ downtown at the Wool Warehouse for a Stand-up YDI Benefit and Big Benny Martinez at Santa Ana Star Casino killin’ it backed by Paul Rodriguez…

    Sat. The Silver Screen Cowboy Project at the Anderson Abruzzo balloon museum It’s a musical and visual Tribute to the movie cowboys from the B-Westerns of the 30’s, 40’s, and 50’s, Family, festival atmosphere food entertainment and fun. Time & ticket info. here.

    Sunday – Headshots for Haiti at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino 11-4
    Update your portfolio, hourly sessions, allowing for wardrobe change-you provide your own hair and makeup and it’s just $50 benefiting Haiti relief efforts!

    Tuesday night I’ll see YOU at the taping of New Mexico’s first late night talk show, The After After Party at the Wool Warehouse!!

    ONLINE all the time and every Friday on the Q Spot w/Erica Viking ONLY on Coyote 102.5

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