Bill Burr is an irritated comedian whose tone of voice is perpetually stuck in between laughing and yelling. He'll be in town to rile up audiences at the Route 66 Casino (14500 Central Ave. SW) on Friday, Dec. 1. Between his popular Monday Morning Podcast, raising a new kid and filming his new special, “Walk Your Way Out” (currently streaming on Netflix), we were able to get him on the phone to chat about his experiences in the 505, his new show, “F is for Family,” and some conspiracy theories.
Access, providers, programming to be decided
City homicide rate reflects bigger issues
Chocolate Cartel/Van Rixel Bros. Gelato & Sorbet
Crime doesn’t pay and neither does justice in pitch perfect comedy-drama
YouTube cracks down
Heaven’s yours where I live
Photographer Chris Cozzone explores the lives playing out in Albuquerque
Local productions are filling aisles and calendars this December
Great Gerwig’s witty charm is undiluted in savvy coming-of-age comedy
Fetish event to take place Jan. 20, 2018
Looking for something extra special for those explorers in your life? For a limited time Weekly Alibi Fetish Events is offering general admission tickets at a $10 discount so you can bring an extra friend … or three to the upcoming Carnal Carnevale. The event will take place Saturday, January 20 at a secret Albuquerque location. Ticketholders are invited to an evening of sensual entertainment, erotic art, dark demonstrations of deep desires and exploration behind the mask. You have until December 20 to snap up tickets at the special pre-event price of $55.