By Erin Adair-Hodges
Reading Is Fun-damental
Spring has ignited a reading renaissance in Albuquerque. Avail yourself of some of the many literary offerings happening this month.
The mad science of Fab Lab ABQ
By Julia Mandeville
Imagine: You’re a legendary archaeologist. You embark upon a dig that quickly becomes the most extraordinary of your career. As you stumble upon one singularly exceptional artifact after another, you leap about (very careful not to break anything), overcome by the remarkable knowledge you’re unearthing. Then you remember that you can’t keep any of it. You’re excavating an important spiritual site, and though you’ve been granted permission to explore, you have to return every found thing to the people who hold the land sacred. You understand—but you’re devastated at the informational, educational and historical records that will never exist. Until you realize that Fab Lab ABQ has a solution, and you resume your joyful leaping.
A Hunger Artist
Review by Erin Adair-Hodges
Insides She Swallowed
The center concern of poet Sasha Pimentel Chacón's Insides She Swallowed is one of hunger. The debut collection, released this week by Albuquerque's West End Press, is brimming with want and the sometimes messy consequences of consumption.
Pixabay / Public Domain
Festival Chispa: New Latin Music and Hispanic Culture
By Taylor Grabowsky
Celebrating the diversity of Hispano/Latino culture through music, art and the legacy of tradition.
What Are Fractals?
By Joshua Lee
Learn about fractals through presentations and hands-on activities.
Beyond the Shadows
By Maggie Grimason
A nonverbal shadow puppet show for the whole family. Follow Paloma on her journey across the land on a quest to find a new place to call home.
2nd Annual Feline Film Festival at KiMo Theatre
Meet adoptable kittens and create playful cat crafts with Albuquerque cat lovers.
12 Angry Jurors at Aux Dog Theatre Nob Hill
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