Down in the Depths
UNM’s Eurydice is an otherworldly, fiendish delight
The mythology surrounding Eurydice and Orpheus is very old, but playwright Sarah Ruhl’s reinterpretation of the classic is modern, colorful and mesmerizing. UNM Department of Theatre and Dance does it justice at Theatre X.
What We Talk About When We Talk About Blood
Defense-attorney-turned-writer does justice to the system in Guilt
Criminal defense lawyer Ferdinand von Schirach explores the line between moral and legal justice in a terse, grim and captivating short story collection.
The Old Men Across the Sea
Looking up from a drink in a dark bar the other night, I was confronted by a group of aging Hungarian men clad in Speedos and gold jewelry. One had his arms crossed over his bare chest and looked like a mob boss interrogating a rat, right before the rat gets whacked and his body is chopped into small bits. I would have been scared shitless had I not been looking at a photograph.
There is No Why Here: Fragments of the Holocaust at Albuquerque Photographer's Gallery
The first New Mexico exhibit of the Holocaust photographs of Karl Koenig.
Heartbreak Ridge at Bookworks
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