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. Wellness Yoga with a View Sunday, July 23: 9am Albuquerque Open Space Visitor Center
A guided yoga class in a unique setting overlooking 18 acres of agricultural fields. All abilities and levels welcome.
Stage Nunsense Two: The Second Coming Sunday, July 23: 2pm Aux Dog Theatre
After the passing of 52 sisters, the wild, eccentric and very lovable nuns become involved in even more hilarious hijinks.
Stage American Idiot Sunday, July 23: 2pm Musical Theatre Southwest
Unhappy suburban youths are fed up with the state of the union as they deal with modern day issues, growing up, and finding meaning in their lives and the world around them.
Art Humans of New Mexico Sunday, July 23: 3pm Duel Taproom
A photo exhibition celebrating the cultural diversity and traditions of everyday New Mexicans as well as a community-wide effort to capture the complex issues that affect local communities. Runs through 8/1.
Song & Dance Chatter Sunday Sunday, July 23: 5pm Las Puertas
Mezzo-soprano Blythe Gaissert and double bassist Louis Levitt collaborate on an intimate program of works for voice and bass.
Learn Pollinator Patterns of Life Sunday, July 23: 6:30pm Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge
Daryl Lucero discusses the connections between pollinators, art and ecology.
Stage David Blaine Sunday, July 23: 8-11pm Kiva Auditorium
An unforgettable interactive experience that both shocks and amuses.
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