New Mexico's Least-impressive Legend
The end of the first video game boom and E.T.’s final home
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
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
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.
Pieces of Other Worlds: Samples from Across the Solar System
Dr. Carlton Allen discusses scientific research of the formation and evolution of our solar system.
Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge 5th Birthday Party
Cake, hayrides, music, food trucks, kids activities, children's book drive and more.
Scavenger hunt for children, workshops, discussions about electronic map resources, door prizes and more.
Corrales Harvest Festival 2017
Visitors enjoy food, music, N.M. cultural history, a kids zone with rides and activities, hay wagon rides and more.
Liver Life Walk
Raise community awareness of the American Liver Foundation's work in supporting liver health through education, research, community involvement, patient and family advocacy and more.
Healing Winds Psychic Fair
Psychic readings, reiki, holistic products, spiritual portrait artist, yoga, alternative health demonstrations, food vendors, entertainment for kids and much more.