Muertos y Marigolds
By Sam Adams
The South Valley’s 13th annual Día de los Muertos Marigold Parade was on Sunday, Nov. 6. Revelers danced and cruised down Isleta while hundreds of costumed and face-painted onlookers snapped pictures, cheered, and snacked on duritos and cotton candy. Among the procession were flower tossing skeletons, vibrant lowriders bumping up and down on hydraulics, protesters speaking out against officer-involved shootings and Wall Street greed, and a ghastly rainbow of musicians and performers. Here are a few.
The Halls of Memory
Yjastros showcases veteran dancer and symphony orchestra in nostalgic El Museo
By Christie Chisholm
A janitor spends his life working in an art museum. Over decades of quietly mopping the halls, he’s developed relationships with the people and places that adorn the canvases of his wide, rambling office. Through them, he sees the characters and memories that shaped his life. As he visits with the images, he watches them jump out of their frames and begin to dance.
A Life Less Unordinary
Julian Barnes’ latest novel is a murky, ruminative masterpiece
Review by Sam Adams
The Sense of an Ending
A young Hunter S. Thompson questioned, "Who is the happier man, he who has braved the storm of life and lived or he who has stayed securely ashore and merely existed?"
Southwest Burlesque Pre Party! Featuring Bunny Galore
By Renée Chavez
The best burlesque dancers of the Southwest perform for the weekend.
Two Eagles Premiere at KiMo Theatre
On January 25, 2015, two experienced gas balloonists—one from Albuquerque, one from Moscow—launched their bid for a place in the record books.
Hamlet at Vortex Theatre
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