Stick it to the Man by donating to charities instead of buying material goods
By Renée Chavez
Instead of buying cheap body lotion that will be regifted six times, spend that money on a donation in the name of your special someone to an organization that is working to change the world for the better.
Babies get smaller, Galloping Grace Food Ranch gives back, The Old Windmill Dairy sees a windfall, a retired chef from the Hyatt Regency tells his story, holiday appetizers and what to buy a chef for Christmas.
August March is convinced The Cars presaged something called Radiohead. He also suggests rocking out at concerts featuring bands like Weedrat, Shoulder Voices, and Steve Hammond and His High Plains Grifters.
UNM Architecture and Planning students present “Orchestra Place,” state officials seek comments on wildlife restoration and the State Auditor begins an examination focused on sexual assault kit testing practices.
Idris Goodwin's notes toward liberation through imagination
By Maggie Grimason
SHOUT-OUT Redux revisits a collaboration, when Chaz Bojórquez created a mural in response to a series of poems about Albuquerque by Idris Goodwin for the original SHOUT-OUT. This time, Goodwin will craft spoken word in response to existing work by Bojórquez.
Students give back with a gingerbread house auction, Dion’s speeds up the process, Kellogg’s pulls out of Breitbart, restaurant owner sings the liquor license blues, M’tucci’s goes pizza and some questions about charcoal supplements.
Nutcracker on the Rocks borrows plot elements from the original story, while maintaining something essential of the classic story's spirit, the twist coming in the form of an updated soundtrack and related choreography.