A Book for All Seasons
Twelve books for Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or just ’cuz
By Lisa Lenard-Cook
This year's compilation focuses exclusively on books with New Mexico connections. Unlike the stock market, each of these books provides a guaranteed return on investment and will keep on giving throughout the year.
By Amy Dalness
Writing this column is proving much more challenging than I anticipated. For the past three years, my life has been a whirlwind of activity, and the Alibi has been at the epicenter. I've learned many lessons, made lifelong friends and been a proud member of the kick-ass team behind Albuquerque's award-winning alternative newsweekly—which makes my departure that much harder.
Longtime New York art avengers ready to blow some ceilings in Albuquerque
By Marisa Demarco
In the 23 years since the Guerilla Girls started a feminist revolution on the streets of Manhattan, members worked their way into the belly of the exclusive art beast. At its conception, the group hung posters near museums to point furry, long-nailed fingers at sexism in the city's art houses. "Now we're in this position where sometimes the very institutions that we've criticized invite us to come show and to criticize them," says a Guerrilla founder, who goes by the code name Frida Kahlo.
2nd Annual South American Folk Fair
By Robin Babb
South American arts and crafts vendors, dancers and musicans pay homage to Andean communities.
On Being Fearless at Blue Lily Atelier
Gallery opening for artist Ann Pisto. Pisto’s oil paintings are impressionistic in style and encompass landscapes, florals and still lifes.
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