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.
Alibi film expert Devin O’Leary discusses Paul Verhoeven’s latest work, Elle.
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.
Lobo Athletics Spring Sports Schedules
As a service to the strange and beautiful people in Lobo Country, here are the Lobos' home game schedules for men and women's basketball, track and field, baseball and softball.
Round 1 voting ends January 30, 2017 at high noon. Top-placing candidates from Round 1 will become the nominees for Round 2, who then will duke it out for the best in bestness.
Writer Sean Prentiss searches for Edward Abbey and home
Alibi Arts and Lit Editor Maggie Grimason explores Edward Prentiss’ new book on Edward Abbey.
Global fashions premiere in Albuquerque
New Mexico Women’s Global Pathways, which supports refugee families from all over the world, holds a Cultural Fusion Fashion Celebration.
Vibrance offers up plant-based dining in a bright, leafy space
Vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free foodies are not likely to be disappointed if they take the time to slow down with Vibrance.
Council begins 2017 with five hour flair
The Albuquerque City Council had their hands full at their first meeting of 2017, discussing the proposed Edith Transfer Station, Candelaria Farm and Marshall Kovitz, among other important civic issues.
It’s all about education this week: Education Week gives N.M. a “D,” a charter school moratorium, an APS Board election and who needs a secretary of education anyhow?
Crunching numbers at Organtica
Our resident medical cannabis expert crunches some numbers and toots some tea.
Funny because someone else lost their Bimmer in a parking garage in Manchester
Reel New Mexico ends its run, a New Mexico-based documentary titled Nasario Remembers the Rio Puerco will be screened in Santa, there will be a screening party for 2 Years of Love and KiMo Theatre continues to show cinematic gems.
“The Mick” on FOX
Awful people doing awful things is still a powerful draw in teevee land, writes Devin O’Leary.
This week in sloth, “My Kitchen Rules,” “Queen Boss”, “The Young Pope” and Rock ‘N’ Roll Inventions” are among the wonders to be viewed.
Concerts that seem like a dream
Alibi music critic August March follows Bob Welch down the rabbit hole only to discover concerts that seem like a dream.
Alibi staff writer Robin Babb reviews releases by J. Cole and Little Simz while also investigating a compilation of groovy African music.
Reviewer’s assumptions go down in Flamez
Flamez does up big, tasty meals in an open and friendly atmosphere, even if it does end in a “z.”
A glimpse through the mists of time
Weekly Alibi predicts the future in this week’s feature.
Animated story of teenage love finally washes up on American shores
Ocean Waves, an animated story of teenage love, finally washes up on American Shores
“Jeff & Some Aliens” on Comedy Central
Comedy Central presents its latest irreverent animated feature, “Jeff & Some Aliens.”
This week in television watching there’re ghost hunters, a teengage Tarzan, “Ginormous Food,” the Golden Globes and “Street Science.”
The state’s most geo-tagged restaurant on Instagram, Kickass Sandwich shop threatens to sue DOH, the owner of The Blazing Barn gives a cooking lesson, a new report gives N.M. props on its breweries, what to do with leftover dessert and La Cumbre featured in the Wall Street Journal.
The news from around here
Alibi political correspondent Carolyn Carlson writes about New Mexico’s unsettled, windblown year.
In this week’s Newscity, a new prisoner resource center, the reopening of WIPP and Wisepies takes on The Pit.
ATF says 'No' to cannabis
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms comes out against cannabis use and the federal bench agrees, writes Alibi staffer Joshua Lee.
Funny because someone else was sent to jail for stealing a grip of potato chips
The new year beckons
The year begins anew with cool concerts aplenty, writes Alibi Music Editor August March.
Friends of the Orphan Signs re-imagine the abandoned along Route 66
Orphan Signs along Route 66 resonate artfully
Superheroes, first ladies, road warriors and cute rabbits
The best films of 2016 include Villeneuve’s Arrival, the next installment of Captain America’s tale, a mystical view of the Amazon and a biopic about Mrs. Kennedy.
Turn-ons, turn-offs and everything in between
The sexiest sex survey since the last sexy sex survey, which was itself the sexiest sex survey to date. So just imagine how sexy this one is!
An intense and eventful year
A global view of some of the top stories that made the news and changed our world.
The oil industry’s impact on animals is being studied and it’s the end of the line for Bob Frank.
The year’s best dispensaries and strains
Joshua Lee honors dispensaries and strains in the First Annual Baked Goods Awards.
Funny because getting robbed by Santa happens to someone else.
This year’s concerts were devilishly good
August March tells about the shows he liked in 2016.
The Best TV of 2016
Devin O’Leary looks back at the best in television for the year 2016.
There’s more great teevee in store during the final week of 2016. Viddy Viceland’s search for great pizza, Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve, “The 128th Tournament of Roses Parade” and Arnold’s version of Apprentice, for starters.
Galas de la Sol paints the stories of women of color
Galas de la Sol is a coalition of female muralists who are putting up public art that emphasizes the work and lives of women of color from the Southwest.
Pond stands apart from literary convention
Claire-Louise Bennett's auspicious debut, Pond, distinguishes itself from other books published this year in every way—from subject to structure to tone, all the way down to the story's values.
Roadrunner’s donation numbers for 2016 are in, industry-funded sugar research comes under fire, Panera Bread wants to improve the lives of chickens, the Catholic Church versus the food tax, a food poisoning breakout at a DOH luncheon and lucky foods for the New Year.