Making His Own Nest▸
Willie was living at a senior community in Albuquerque in the far northeast heights. While he thought it was a beautiful place to live, there were many rules to abide…
The New (Old) Sanitary Tortilla Factory▸
The Sanitary Tortilla Factory, located a block north from Homewise’s Orpheum Community Hub, is not what it appears to be. It’s not actually a “tortilla factory” as the name might…
La Mexicana Tortilla Company▸
La Mexicana is a New Mexican restaurant and tortilla company located a stone’s throw from Homewise’s Orpheum Community Hub on Coal Avenue. It’s full of regulars with servers asking questions…
Slow Roll 505▸
On June 10th one of 5 Slow Roll events will be taking place in the Barelas neighborhood and Homewise is thrilled to be the sponsor! Some of you might be…
Encuentro, one of Homewise’s long-time community partners, is an organization that offers education services to immigrants.
Encuentro, uno de los socios comunitarios de Homewise desde hace mucho tiempo, es una organización que ofrece servicios educativos a los inmigrantes.
Akasha’s Story: A Second Chance▸
Akasha spent the first eight years of her life living at a puppy farm. She was in need of medical care and the farm owners decided that she was too old to continue living there so they placed an ad in the paper to give her away.
Southwest Scene Works at the Orpheum▸
Rebekah Wiggins is an actress, producer, former resident of the Orpheum, and owner of Southwest Scene Works, a training program for actors in the state of New Mexico. Our first event since closing for renovations last July was one of Rebekah’s trainings.