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.
Heady black comedy Frank takes music to a strange, new place.
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
Archived video of the DukesUp!/New Mexico Political Report/Weekly Alibi Mayoral Forum co-production.
Skeptically embracing your inner yogi
Wherein Holly von Winckel takes some down dog for the team aka socially awkward, Spandex-averse Alibi readers who nonetheless remain curious about the benefits of a yoga practice.
From béisbol to “Breaking Bad,” test your knowledge of last week’s New Mexico news with the Alibi pop quiz.
From Montana to Connecticut, it’s funny because it happened to someone else.
Ghostbusters gets a 30th anniversary re-release, White Sands International Film Festival gets underway, Lobo Anime Club meets at UNM.
Who lost? We did.
Who lost at the 66th Annual Emmy Awards? The viewers.
This week around the TV dial: more reality shows about cooking, car restoration and gold mining.
A brief history of American protest music
American August March examines the storied history of the aural tradition of protest in the USA.
From rap battles to world beat fusion to sludge metal, Music to Your Ears has you covered. Now with A/V!
This week we listed to new releases from Robyn Hitchcock, The New Pornographers and Rustie. Now with A/V!
New books from Haruki Murakami (Japan) and Wu Ming-Yi (China) give realism a magical touch.
Days of artacular events: Cross-pollinate in the desert with AZ/NM Connection, and rest from your labors at the Fierce Women Warriors party.
Get psyched for a gnarly prom night
Get out your Aqua Net for a good cause—it’s time for the Totally Awesome ’80s Prom.
MÁS Tapas y Vino
Our reviewer has a slightly crooked dining experience in Downtown.
Food happenings in Burque town
Chama River’s new Draft Station opens, and other bite-sized tidbits from Burque.
Pupuseria y Restaurante Salvadoreña
El Salvadoran pupusas add a dash of welcome variety at this South Valley restaurant.
Wherein Alibi readers write—about violence in Albuquerque, the brutality of boxing and the environmental apathy of baby boomers.
Test your knowledge of last week’s acronym-heavy New Mexico news—from CDC to DEA to APD to UNM—with the Alibi pop quiz.
From New York to Louisiana, it’s funny because it happened to someone else.
Oakland duo’s pilgrimage Of Deconstruction
August March talks composition, deconstruction and artistic evolution with Black Spirituals’ Marshall Trammell and Zachary James Watkins. Experience the Oakland, Calif. duo at Spirit Abuse this weekend.
Geoff Tate’s Queensrÿche headlines Sunshine
Resident Alibi hesher Constance Moss reports on the farewell tour of Geoff Tate’s Queensrÿche.
This week’s all hip-hop Sonic Reducer takes on new albums from The Underachievers, Dilated Peoples and Wiz Khalifa. Now with A/V!
A late birthday toast to Charles Bukowski
Hosho McCreesh celebrates the “poet of skid row’s” birthday in the way he knows best: with local beer and food.
Musical documentary looks at the African rabble-rouser who lit a fire under a hit Broadway musical
Alex Gibney’s documentary Finding Fela explores the explosive life of rabble-rousing Nigerian musician Fela Kuti.
“The Man-App” screens at Indie Q, We Served Too plays Nuclear Museum, Gravity airs out on the Mesa.
“The Simpsons” on FXX
FXX celebrates 25 years of “The Simpsons” by airing every single episode ever made in a 12-day marathon!
The new season of “Doctor Who” debuts the newest Doctor, “True Blood” suffers the true death, MTV’s VMA’s get handed out.
Comic Josh Blue talks disability, Denver and radical honesty
Tragedy schmagedy. Josh Blue proves that comics must embrace what they cannot control.
Learn a liquid-limbed dance language at Keshet and get fired up for the 5th Latin Dance Festival this weekend.
An unusual, existential fantasy novel counts down to death.
Woody Allen’s 44th film casts a charming spell
Woody Allen tries a little sleight of hand with the slim but charming period romcom Magic in the Moonlight.
Become a part of the Albuquerque we love.
Gooble gobble, one of us
Learn to be cool. Like us.
A primer on concert geography
Wherein we break down the science of discovering the best music venues in Albuquerque.
The wordy side of Burque
You want to indulge your literary side? You want beer? Burque’s got plenty of opportunities for both.
How to find Albuquerque’s underground publishing scene
Enter the world of underground publication.
The ice cream man returns
Time for recess and refreshment!
Homesick director talks Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, “The Courier” debuts online, and Season of Starlings has a live script reading.
“The Knick” on Cinemax
Steven Soderbergh examines turn-of-the-century medicine in Cinemax’s gory medical drama “The Knick.”
BBC America teases us with “Doctor Who” specials, Syfy starts some “Wizard Wars,” and A&E spreads more ink.
Nutrition standards for kids should remain in place, despite challenges
Nutritionist Patty Keane weighs in on the controversy over school food standards.
Test your New Mexico news savvy with the Alibi pop quiz.
From Oklahoma to New York, it’s funny because it happened to someone else.
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Soundgarden/ Cold Cave concert bolsters local eyeliner sales
Wherein August March travels into the past to preview a Nine Inch Nails/Soundgarden/Cold Cave concert.
Whether you’re craving electronica, dark wave, Americana or Texan rock, Music to Your Ears has you covered.
This week we listened to new releases by David Kilgour and the Heavy Eights, Naomi Punk and Samantha Glass. Now with A/V!
Fear not the pirouettes! Gail Guengerich explains why anyone can enjoy ballet.
Adventure runs high, Hamlet goes for the testosterone, and vintage baubles keep things pretty in this week’s Culture Shock.
Blair Stocker’s gorgeous new craft compendium avoids common pitfalls to deliver practical, doable projects.