Alibi V.27 No.37 • Sept 13-19, 2018
Eric Williams Photography Council Watch Whirlybirds and Proclamations City Council met after Labor Day If one listened carefully at the City Council meeting you might have heard the buzz of about $5.2 million flying towards a new police department helicopter.
Newscity Attorney General releases report revealing numerous Inspection of Public Records Act and Open Meetings Act violations allegedly perpetrated by UNM officials; CYFD announces grievance process for children to complain about abusers; both presidential candidates for the Navajo Nation have endorsed Michelle Lujan Grisham for governor.
Sports Preview UNM Men’s Basketball Poised For A Rebound Sept.,16 UNM will kick-start its season Amidst a series of debatable decisions, the University of New Mexico looks to retain a respectable start and finish for each of the sports' programs. While there are many mentionable programs, the attention usually seems to rest on the lap of the UNM Men's Basketball Team, who have recently provided much-needed revenue for a struggling athletic department.
Odds & Ends Funny because senatorial noogies happen to someone else. The readers write about Bill Moore's poem, city priorities, poop and Democracy Dollars.
Learn Jewish Federation of N.M. Presents Bob Baer Monday, Jan 21: 6-9pm Drury Plaza Hotel
The renowned author, former CIA case officer and
Time's intelligence columnist, speaks about his work. The VIP package includes dinner and drinks, preferred seating and a signed book. Learn David Barsamian Speaks on "Rise Up and Resist" Tuesday, Jan 22: 5:30pm Contemporary Center for the ARTS
One of America's most tireless and wide-ranging investigative journalists lectures on world affairs, imperialism, capitalism, propaganda, the media, the economic crisis and global rebellions.
Learn Mastering the BJ: Interactive Skills Tuesday, Jan 22: 7:30pm Self Serve
This class is for anyone who has a dick in their life and wants to show it some oral love. Sterilized dildos for practicing provided.
Learn Build A Website with Weebly Wednesday, Jan 23: 1-2pm Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce
A series of interactive small business events. Please RSVP. All workshops include Spanish language translation services.
Learn Pruning and Tree Care Saturday, Jan 26: 9am-noon Gutierrez-Hubbell House
Learn to get the most from trees via selection, care, preventing pests and disease and propagation. A tour of the heritage orchard follows and participant apply their knowledge to the property’s fruit trees.
Learn Alcohol Server Certification Saturday, Jan 26: 10am-3pm New Mexico Restaurant Association
This class meets the requirement for mandatory alcohol server education for all persons serving or selling alcohol in N.M. Must be 19 years or older with valid, non-expired identification to attend.
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