Two Broads Don’t Walk Into a Comedy Club
Local comics thrive against the odds
By Genevieve Mueller
With no big comedy club in town, how has the local comedy scene managed to flourish?
Douglas Miles (Apache Skateboards)
Let Poetry Be Thy Medicine
Tanaya Winder’s extraordinarily ordinary journey
By Shawna Brown
For many, the word “medicine” conjures images of pills and syrups distributed by doctors cloaked in white. But for poet and editor Tanaya Winder, medicine takes a different form.
Joy Harjo’s Brave Voice
Review by Shawna Cory
Joy Harjo’s memoir, Crazy Brave, is the story of a woman, and of strength and how “the spirit of poetry” came to her.
Unlocking Your Inner BAMF
Review by Krystle M. Archibeque
You Are a Badass aims to help you start on the path of self-discovery. How well does it succeed?
Review by James Bonner
The fourth installment of Brad Taylor’s Pike Logan Series, The Widow’s Strike, pits Pike Logan, Jennifer Cahill and the other members of the Taskforce team against an imminent apocalyptic terrorist threat, the H5N1 virus.
Foodie: On Eats, Eating, and Eateries in Albuquerque at Tamarind Gallery
The exhibition, Foodie: On Eats, Eating, and Eateries in Albuquerque, in the Tamarind gallery March 6 through May 15, presents new lithographs that celebrate Albuquerque’s unique food scene. Sponsored by the City of Albuquerque Public Arts Program, eight local artists were selected to create lithographs with master printers at Tamarind Institute, The artists who participated in this project include Anne Cooper, Kenny Davis, Marne Elmore, Mark Horst, Scott Kuykendall, Valerie Roybal, Andrea Sanchez, and Natalie Voelker. In addition to the suite of lithographs created for this project, this exhibition will include work in other mediums by the participating artists. Two public receptions will take place on March 6 and April 17. Visit http:/
Dinner & Italian Film at Osteria d'Assisi Ristorante Italiano
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