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 Dec 17 - 23, 2009 

Culture Shock

By Erin Adair-Hodges

A Good Life

When I was invited to read at the Church of Beethoven as the featured poet back in October, I was sadly unable to meet the series' founder, Felix Wurman. First diagnosed with bladder cancer in November 2008, he had major surgery this past spring and experienced a brief reprieve. The cancer returned, however, spreading now to the bone. By the fall, he had gone to North Carolina to be near his sister and receive treatment there. At the Sunday performance I was so privileged to be a part of, there was still talk of Wurman's return. However, this is no longer the case. Wurman’s cancer has proven resistent to treatment.

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Judy Chicago

Art Quiz

Match the Famous Artists to Their Beliefs

By Erin Adair-Hodges

Happy Hanukkah, everyone! I mean: Merry Christmas! Joyous Kwanzaa. Happy Islamic New Year. Blessed Solstice. Super Pancha Ganapati, all. Join us in celebrating the range of winter holidays with our Match the Famous Artists to Their Beliefs quiz. Reductionist? Maybe. Neat fun? You bet!

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Anonymous Artist, late 20  th   century, #6323, untitled (wireless)2001oil and collage on panel

Art News

In Search of Anonymous

An art sleuth follows the trail of a legendary local artist

By Julia Mandeville

It all begins on a Sunday morning in October. My fiancé Alex and I arrive at the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, pass through the double doors of the lobby gallery and enter the world of Albuquerque Now. As we would at any exhibition—but particularly since this marks our first real introduction to local visual arts, having just moved to New Mexico in July—we move slowly. We spend 20 to 25 minutes with the first six works, marveling at the intricacies of Catalina Delgado Trunk’s cut paper “Cyclical Time” and trying to identify the myriad found objects in Cynthia Cook’s “This Mortal Coil.”

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Who can tell the dancer from the dance?

Pilobolus

By August March
Highly-acclaimed modern dance troupe performs unique dance style that explores creativity, human connection and signature lifts and contortions.
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Howdy, Neighbor

Doublewide, Texas

By Joshua Lee
A hilarious, fast-paced comedy, where residents of one of the smallest trailer parks in Texas are thrown for a loop when they realize the nearby town of Tugaloo is determined to annex them.
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Fetish for Fun

Weekly Alibi Fetish Events Presents Carnal Carnevale

By Rini Grammer
A sensory soirée of anonymous sin. Enjoy uninhibited music, sexy cocktails, kinky demonstrations, erotic performances, sinful hors d’oeuvres and much more.
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Photo by Rachel Garcia

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Esmail and Dvorak

Chatter Sundays

By August March
Reena Esmail's Rang De Basant for solo piano and Antonin Dvorak Piano Trio in F minor.
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Photo by Vanessa Briceno-Scherzer

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Jasper String Quartet

By August March
The Oberlin-trained quartet performs the works of Beethoven, Mozart and Debussy.
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An Ode to Space Opera

Persepolis Rising: The Expanse Book 7

By Maggie Grimason
Local authors Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck under a pseudonym James S.A. Corey talk about and sign their latest space opera novel.
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