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Sometimes Poison Is the Only Cure
Gibraltar stages edgy relationship at the heart of Joyce’s Ulysses
By Christopher C. Guider
Gibraltar follows Molly and Leopold Bloom over the course of a single day in Dublin. With their marriage on the rocks, Leopold is willing to try anything to rekindle the passion, even allow Molly to hook up with her overbearing concert manager Hugh “Blazes” Boylan.
Sculptures by Andrew Bell
By Elisa McGovern
The new show’s acrylic-on-resin sculptures tell the story of an ominous factory in a world short on resources and long on corporate greed and toxic waste.
Letters, Lovers and Time Travel
Review by Kathy Freise
Shiskin is considered that country’s greatest living novelist. The Light and the Dark may not be as long as some of the Russian classics, but it is as large in its scope. It’s by turns engaging, confusing and erudite.
Being Poetry, Serving Albuquerque
Review by Don McIver
Carlos Contreras’ first book of poems, Time Served, brings you the verbal pyrotechnics and heartfelt emotion that many of us have watched being born in this young man’s work. Reading it is a cause for celebration.
A Path Appears at KiMo Theatre
From the creators of Half the Sky, this film reveals the incredible adversity faced by millions of women and girls every day.
TOUCH: A Photographic Exhibit of Light and Texture at Kalm Yoga
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