By Casey Purcella Casey recently moved 5,000 miles across the globe from Albuquerque, New Mexico. This is his story. I imagine for a lot of people, and certainly for me, moving to another country is one of the most enticing and aspirational goals on one's list of things to accomplish at some point during… Continue reading Son of NM relocates to Ireland: A Tale of Different Similarities
By David Alex Lynch We typically enter documentaries in a different mindset and with a different approach than we do standard Hollywood fare. Familiarity bypasses anticipation. Not due to lack of excitement, but rather because we expect to delve deeper into a subject with which we are already somewhat familiar. Earlier this year, the melancholic… Continue reading NM Film Critic Reviews ‘Three Identical Strangers’: A Nuance in Doc Film Making
At Grey Wolf, we pride ourselves on having an eye for great photography. We examine the subject, composition and lighting of every photograph we publish. We take the education and principles of photography very seriously. Although taken with an I Phone, here are a few unprocessed photos we liked of the good old 'Burque. We… Continue reading ABQ from the eyes of Grey Wolf: A mini photo-essay.
By Robert Salas There's a unique type of ale being brewed in many New Mexico breweries and it's bound to make your lips pucker. Sour ales are becoming more and more popular among the public and provide a new, refreshing take on summertime brews. Some may be asking themselves: "Sour beer?! . . . What?… Continue reading New Mexico’s pucker factor: A sampling of three sour beers.
By Robert Salas There's nothing quite like a New Mexico summer is there? The skies shine blue on a clear day, illuminate red-orange at sunset and sometimes, wreak powerful thunderstorms. But aside from the relatively high-temperatures during mid-day, summertime weather in New Mexico is prime for hiking. We are at the tail-end of summer and… Continue reading Essential supplies for high-desert hiking: End of summer edition.