By Amy Dalness
Unlike those highly exclusive, snotty, popular-kids-only PJ parties in middle school, everyone is invited to The Pajama Men's night of flannel-clad hilariousness. You do need to have $15 for a ticket (or $12 for students and seniors), your own ride to the Stove (114 Morningside NE) by 9 p.m. this Friday, Nov. 16, and you can't be a loser (just kidding ... but not really). Shenoah Allen and Mark Chavez will be there—in full pajama regalia—to entertain you with their quick wit and schizophrenic character changes along with a special, unnamed musical friend. This is a one-night-only thing, so be there or risk being laughed at Monday morning by your possibly more popular coworkers. To make reservations, call 301-4892.
Back in Black and White
Rival Tattoo Art Studios' two-tone gallery
By Justin Hood
If the world were only so simple as black and white. No gray stomping grounds between the tinge of our ink-and-paper polarities—only left-wing and right-wing, good and evil, yin and yang. Colors might fill in the dimensions of our world, but it is black and white that define them.
Gifts for a literary holiday
By John Freeman
Forget about silkscreened T-shirts, mixtapes or even the Sharper Image catalog of wonders, there’s nothing as personal as a book. For every personality, every reading level, there’s a book out there waiting to provide that lucky Christmas or Chanukah or Kwanza celebrant with a few hours—maybe a few weeks—of pleasure. To help you unlock that potential for joy, here are a few tips for the best books to buy this holiday season.
By Renée Chavez
Santa Fe writer and award-winning filmmaker Jason DeBoer presents anagrammatic takes on The Tempest, The Two Gentlemen of Verona and Hamlet.
Alice in Wonderland
By Devin D. O'Leary
A new adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s beloved classic.
Courtesy of Keshet Center for the Arts
Together and Apart: an Albuquerque urban journey through dance
By Rini Grammer
Dancer Silva Laukkanen explores how environment impacts choreography.
Collected Works: Michael Wallace Opening
By Maggie Grimason
Featured works include pastels, oils, acrylics, mixed media and electronic media from the earth scientist and creator of the Calabacillas Arroyo public art. Runs through 1/31.
Weekly Alibi's Kinky Curiosities
We'll be showing off some of Albuquerque's biggest fantasies, fetishes, kinks, curiosities and the results of our online-exclusive sex survey. Live performers and demonstrations run the gamut from leather to lace, from bondage to burlesque, from domination to drag queens. There will be information tables featuring the city's most sex-positive resources and some very naughty vendors.
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