Alibi V.20 No.52 • Dec 29-Jan 4, 2011
Idiot Box Kick Returns and Reruns New Year’s Day around the dial New Year’s Day doesn’t really count as a holiday. New Year’s Eve is a holiday. New Year’s Day is just the day you get off work to recover from New Year’s Eve. It’s the only holiday that requires a recovery period. So, odds are you’re going to be partying your brains out on this Saturday night, and then lying around the house all Sunday afternoon just trying to get your brain kick started in time for work on Monday. Don’t worry. Television is here for you. The Week in Sloth Highlights from around the dial. Except no one has dials anymore.
Film The Lion King Friday, June 1: 8-10pm Railyard Community Room
Watch the beloved Disney film with the whole family.
Film Monthly Matinee Saturday, June 2: 2-4pm Special Collections Library
A double feature celebrating N.M. history including
Beaumont Newhall: The History of Photography and Hands of a Craftsman, Heart of an Artist: Gustave Baumann. Film Full Draw Film Tour Saturday, June 2: 7-9:30pm KiMo Theatre
The premier event for all hunters to gather, share stories and make plans while witnessing the best films in live hunting entertainment.
Film The Bikes of Wrath Monday, June 4: 7:30-10pm KiMo Theatre
A story of adventure, human connection and an in-depth look at today’s America through the lens of John Steinbeck’s seminal novel
The Grapes of Wrath. Film Killing Games: Wildlife In The Crosshairs Tuesday, June 5: 3-4:45pm KiMo Theatre
An exposé, actor, conservationist Peter Coyote, with environmentalists, public officials and Native Americans, speaks out and brings the shadowy world of hunting contests to light.
Film 14 Cameras Tuesday, June 5: 8-10pm KiMo Theatre
A family of 4 rent a vacation home and are spied on by the property owner, with their most intimate moments broadcast on the web.
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