New Mexico's Least-impressive Legend
The end of the first video game boom and E.T.’s final home
By Mike Smith
In 1983, under cover of darkness, the Atari corporation dumped millions of game cartridges in an Alamagordo landfill. 30 years later, Mike Smith watched a filmmaker dig them up for some reason.
The New York Times
Crib Notes: May 15, 2014
By August March
From sports to pop culture—what do you know about last week’s New Mexico news? Test your savvy with the Weekly Alibi pop quiz.
Odds & Ends
By Devin D. O’Leary
From Russia to Florida, it’s funny because it happened to someone else.
CC BY Steve Jurvetson
Wherein the readers write ... about nepotism in New Mexico and the Tesla gigafactory and legalizing marijuana.
Albuquerque Folk Festival
By Maggie Grimason
Learn about folk activities that include old American, New Mexican, Middle Eastern and other international traditions that include music, dance, storytelling and more.
Courtesy of Cerrillosstation.com
Cerrillos Station Open House
By Megan Reneau
Opening reception for paintings by renowned painter Mishcka O'Connor. Family activities including a baby farm animal coral, pop up art show, food trucks, and more. The Attitudes perform live.
Courtesy of Faye Fearless Facebook Page
Olivander's Wand Making Class for Witches and Wizards
By Reneé Chavez
Learn about the wandlore history of the Harry Potter world. Every attendee will leave the class with their very own custom designed wand.
A Genetic View of Colonial New Mexico: Tracing Ancestries with DNA at Historic Los Luceros
Validate genealogies tracing to the known origin in the state using Y-DNA and mtDNA testing. Miguel Tórrez discusses his work with the New Mexico Genealogical Society DNA Project.
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