Alibi V.23 No.16 • April 17-23, 2014 

Editorial

Department Corrections

Reforming APD’s culture of violence requires radical change

Wherein Alibi Managing Editor Samantha Anne Carrillo reflects on the US Department of Justice investigation into Albuquerque police violence—specifically the resultant scathing DOJ report—and entreats citizens to engage in critical dialogue with both the DOJ and elected officials about our city’s future.
Interior of the Golden West Saloon circa 2006
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Crib Notes

Crib Notes: April 17, 2014

From Downtown venues to APS policy, test your knowledge of this week’s New Mexico news with the Alibi‘s pop quiz.
Odds and Ends

Odds & Ends

From Singapore to Oregon, it’s funny because it happened to someone else.

Letters

Wherein a reader critiques the advocacy journalism of Alibi media partner La Jicarita.
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EVENT HORIZON ()

Silk and Lights and Everything Nice

Dragon Lights Albuquerque

Formerly known as the Chinese Lantern Festival, see the all new larger-than-life, fully-illuminated lanterns, Chinese cultural performances and special handicrafts.
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Riding the Big, Tin Goose

Fly the Ford TriMotor

Experience what was the height of flying luxury in 1928, at the start of commercial air travel. Book a flight or just view the aircraft.
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Show Your Colors

Con-Jikan

A pop-culture festival focused on the world of anime and gaming, emphasizing fun and fandom.
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A Consensual Cuddle Puddle

The Cuddle Revolution

This is a completely platonic experience for adults only. Please arrive on time. Use a series of exercises to practice consensual and safe touch, as well as authentic connection.
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It's Not a Hula

Tahitian Dance Workshop

Don't get it twisted. Tahitian dance is not the hula. Tahitian dance is centered around the hips for storytelling instead of the hands, and it's from … wait for it … Tahiti, not Hawaii. This style, also called 'Ori Tahiti, is a far more aggressive style in most cases, especially from the male dancers. Shock. Kellie Villicano of the Ka Lā Kapu Polynesian Dance School brings this Tahitian Dance Workshop
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