Alibi V.22 No.33 • Aug 15-21, 2013
Feature Get Schooled Study Alibi ’s back-to-school survival guide Our annual back-to-school survival guide offers guidance for students of all stripes, in a variety of subjects: academic, cultural, gastronomic and historical geography; transportation planning; survival strategy; and biology, with a focus on local fauna.
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com Feature Do It In Public Study like a Burqueño Samantha Anne Carrillo shares anecdotal research on and analysis of environmental ambience and a short list of Downtown, Nob Hill and University sugar and caffeine purveyors.
Feature Dirt City Driving for Neophytes Alibi circulation manager drops native motoring knowledge Geoffrey Plant is your instructor, and this is everything you always wanted to know about booting, DWI and parking tickets, but were afraid to ask.
Carl Petersen Feature Fauna of Burque A roundup of animals and insects in your new environs Publisher/editor Carl Petersen turned in an extemporaneous essay on antlions, black widows, New Mexico whiptail lizards and horny toads.
Feature Electives and Incentives Alibi copy editor/staff writer imparts postsecondary strategy Mark Lopez presents strategies for succeeding in college: gaining experience in your desired field, getting along with profs, saving money on books and staying well all the while. Art American Jewelry from N.M. Sunday, Aug 19: 9am-5pm Albuquerque Museum of Art and History
An exhibit chronicling the history of jewelry making in N.M. Runs through 10/14.
Learn Innovative Approaches to Monotype Workshop Sunday, Aug 19: 10am-5pm Remarque: New Grounds Print Workshop
Experiment with many different monotype techniques by applying and removing inks with a paintbrush or a roller to a polymer plate and then printing the image onto paper.
Comm Salute to the Heroes Car and Bike Show Sunday, Aug 19: 11am-4pm American Legion Post 49
The coolest local cars, trucks and motorcycles, a DJ spinning tunes, food made to order, full bar and live music. Spectate or enter a car into the show for a fee.
Art Musicians Making Art Sunday, Aug 19: 2-4pm Inpost Artspace
This exhibit connects the endeavors of music-making with creating visual art. The show features a wide range of styles and subject matter from N.M. music practitioners. Runs through 8/24.
Song & Dance The Future Been Black Sunday, Aug 19: 2-5pm Canvas Artistry Kitchen Music Art Bar
This fully-immersive, afro-futuristic experience sets the scene for uninhibited dance, signature drink specials and the celebration of black women artists from the past, present and future.
Stage Nine, The Musical Sunday, Aug 19: 2pm Musical Theatre Southwest
The story of a celebrated film director and his attempts to find a plot for his next film as he is pursued by hordes of beautiful women, all clamoring to be loved by him alone.
Song & Dance Baracutanga Sunday, Aug 19: 7:30-10pm National Hispanic Cultural Center
Live music from the seven-piece band representing four different countries including Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru and US, arranging traditional South American rhythms in new and interesting ways.
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