Gus Pedrotty—Gus, as he likes to be known—stopped by Alibi Headquarters to discuss a bid for mayor that began as idealistic—and some would say unlikely—but has since been transformed into one of the more vital and remarkable candidacies that have passed through this high desert city in ages.
Guests of the N.M. Pride Celebration join Weekly Alibi to party
We would like to thank everyone who visited our booth at the Albuquerque Pride Celebration and the wonderful folx running the beautiful event.
Recorded Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Young candidate for president calls for people to get organized
Doctor says loss and trauma cause addiction—not just genetics
In defense of the Candelaria roundabout
Fantasy journey is cloaked in mystery
Indie drama about infidelity hits like a cold shower
Little Bit Country
Hillbilly rockers roll through fashion, cars and music
Soulful documentary proves rock and roll dreams come true
“666 Park Avenue” on ABC
If you think combining “Melrose Place” with “American Horror Story” sounds like a great idea, then you’re not very creative. You are, however, creative enough to be a programming executive at ABC. The network’s new series “666 Park Avenue,” is far more soapy than scary—but it does manage to meld two not terribly compatible genres into a rather rickety hour-long melodrama.
The Week in Sloth
Christian groups shout mixed messages at the White House
Businesses combat a $1 minimum wage bump
A relaxed, all-season Colorado destination
An ambitious and haunting play falls flat
A legend reincarnated
the- beaten- path food guide
Despite low numbers of New Mexicans registering to vote, the secretary of state's attention is elsewhere
Study says AFD needs more staff and more gear to answer calls quickly
Celebrate independent publishing
Time travel gets trippy in Rian Johnson’s brainy, bullet-riddled genre-bender
“The Mindy Project” on FOX
The upcoming Santa Fe Film Festival (Dec. 6-9) presents another one of its sneak-preview events. This Friday, Oct. 5, there will be a special screening and reception for the film Without Borders. The event will take place from 6 to 10 p.m. at the New Mexico History Museum Auditorium (113 Lincoln, next to the Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe). Without Borders introduces audiences to Thanasis (Yorgo Voyagis), a goodhearted Athenian cotton candy vendor who does his best to raise a baby girl after her mother—an immigrant prostitute—abandons her and disappears to America to find her fortune. Years later, mom returns and reclaims her daughter. With no money, no visa and no English skills, Thanasis heads to America to find the child he raised as his own. The film’s writer-director Nick Gaitatjis and several cast members, including Academy Award nominee Seymour Cassel, will be in attendance. Ticket price is $30 and includes screening, Q&A / reception, food and drink.
The Week in Sloth
I guess we have to talk about The Shins now
This charmingly jumbled monochrome flyer invites Nuevo Mexicanos of all ages to Española Skate Park on Saturday for the 11th Annual Spañapalooza. Skate demos, graffiti battles, food and performances by enchanted-land bands—ranging from Burqueño hip-hop crew Zoology to Taoseño black metal duo Willow to Española-based glitch / dubstep act SIMpill—make the hour-and-a-half drive well worth it. Learn more at: tinyurl.com/spana2012 (SAC)