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OVERHAUL – A Social History of the Albuquerque Locomotive Repair Shop

Air Date Saturday September 18 at 4 p.m. on 5.1

A train with a huge group of people sitting on it

HISTORIAN RICHARD FLINT

Historian Richard Flint shares how Albuquerque’s, expansive, now abandoned locomotive repair shops were once a driving force in the city’s economy and crucial in developing a middle class.

Graffiti of a pink person holding a camera and various travel icons like planes and a passport

THE MUSEUM OF GRAFFITI

From vandalism to art form, the Museum of Graffiti presents the evolution of the genre’s undeniable impact.

A caracature of a man and woman going to the beach

CONRADO WALTER MASSAGUER

Cuban caricaturist and publisher Conrado Walter Massaguer left an indelible record.

A person giving a speech into a microphone

“SHE’S CRAZY: MENTAL HEALTH AND OTHER MYTHS”

“She’s Crazy: Mental Health and Other Myths”, using theater to speak out about the stigma surrounding mental health.