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Tortuga Gallery on Edith Boulevard Southeast is set in an old building that was built in the 1880s. This spacious art gallery hosts a number of art exhibitions that are put together by talented artists from the area. In addition to this, the gallery also hosts other events like dance recitals, poetry readings, potlucks, workshops, conferences, meetings, craft shows, classes, game nights and a lot more. This community event space is a great place to host social and corporate events.
Overlooking U.S. Route 66 in Albuquerque, Maple Street Dance Space is a simple dance studio. This dance studio was originally established in the year 2004 and is run by Romy and Tim Keegan. It features full-length mirrors that give an illusion of a bigger room. The studio offers space to host events like dance recitals, practice sessions, performances and more.
Once the home of celebrated Pulitzer Prize winner Ernie Pyle, the Ernie Pyle Library of Albuquerque honors the war correspondent and displays memorabilia from his life along with the books and media collections in the library . Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, 'the little white house and picket fence' that Pyle referred to in his column, is today a National Historic Landmark. .
The Santa Ana Star Field is a local baseball turf located in the city of Albuquerque. It is constructed with natural grass surface and plays host to a number of matches in various tournaments. The facility has been renovated with modern arrangements making it a preferable spot for the sport.
With a rich historical background, the Guild Cinema is an old theater that was first opened in 1966 as a store. It underwent several changes and was passed down to many owners until 2004. Today, it is one of the only theaters in the city that showcases art films. The cinema calls itself the only independent theater in the city and takes pride in screening multiple-genre movies. It is also available for private hire for parties and other events. Fun for movie buffs doesn't end here- Guild Cinema plays host to popular film festivals like the Troma Dance, International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, and Summer in the Dark Festival of Film Noir among others.
Located along the New Mexico State Road 47, South Broadway Library is set in the same building as the South Broadway Cultural Center. In addition to offering books to readers of all ages, this library also offers several computers, printers, faxing machines, free WiFi and more. Readers can even access the ebooks and audiobooks that the library has to offer.