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Arts Daily Flash Fiction no. 5 Beyond What We Can See A man fell from a building. Until his death, he washed windows high above sidewalks, so that powerful men could see the world better, the same one he saw hanging on a perch; a porch with buckets and squeegees, lowered down skyscrapers in a dense part of this dull city. The coworkers drank beers in the back of a pick-up. One of them said to the man's brother: "There cannot be a reason for everything, despite what the elders say. Unless it's cause and effect, a force that drives the world, beyond what we can see." Then they drove to the wife and gave her $200 for the fire she needed to turn him to ash. Kids Sensory-Friendly Hours Sunday, July 23: 10am-noon !Explora!
Children with special needs and their families are provided a sensory friendly environment to safely enjoy the museum. Attendance limited to 150 people. Go online to view the sensory map.
Wellness Dragon and Tiger Medical Qigong Sunday, July 23: 1-2pm Albuquerque Open Space Visitor Center
Improve health and energy in seven simple movements with instructor Marcy Pincus, an energy arts certified instructor. Registration recommended.
Stage Greater Tuna Sunday, July 23: 2-3pm Vortex Theatre
Brennan Foster and Shawn Boyd play over 20 of Tuna, Texas', eccentric inhabitants from gun-clubbers to church ladies.
Stage Nunsense Two: The Second Coming Sunday, July 23: 2pm Aux Dog Theatre
After the passing of 52 sisters, the wild, eccentric and very lovable nuns become involved in even more hilarious hijinks.
Stage American Idiot Sunday, July 23: 2pm Musical Theatre Southwest
Unhappy suburban youths are fed up with the state of the union as they deal with modern day issues, growing up, and finding meaning in their lives and the world around them.
Film Albuquerque Jewish Film Fest: Body and Soul Sunday, July 23: 2-4pm Jewish Community Center of Greater Albuquerque
Learn about the early performance history of the jazz standard
Body and Soul, one of the most recorded songs in the jazz repertoire and how that relates to the relationships between African Americans and American Jews. Song & Dance Love Letter to Frida Sunday, July 23: 5-7:30pm Santa Fe Scottish Rite Temple
Nacha Mendez performs music inspired by the relationship between singer Chavela Vargas and Frida Kahlo.
Stage David Blaine Sunday, July 23: 8-11pm Kiva Auditorium
An unforgettable interactive experience that both shocks and amuses.
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