Alibi V.19 No.33 • Aug 19-25, 2010 
The Pajama Men always look like this.

Culture Shock

Playing Dress Up

Museums are pretty nifty places. Anyone with a couple of bucks can show up and see something they would never be able to have in their house. Be it a priceless piece of art or a big dinosaur skeleton, museums kick schools’ butts when it comes to getting up-close-and-personal with far-out subjects. “All That Glitters” is a fun fundraiser for the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Foundation so it can keep teaching young and old about the world around us. For $75 you can make sure the museum is in good financial shape for the future while munching on hors d'oeuvres and desserts, and voting on jewelry entered in a design competition. Get dazzling and ensure that Albuquerque continues to offer the best field trips around. The event takes place at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History (1801 Mountain NW), and you can get tickets at naturalhistoryfoundation.org.

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The Pajama Men always look like this.
Nolan Rudi

Performance Preview

Pajama Party

Let’s get crazy, Burque style

Shenoah Allen says he always wanted to be president when he grew up, but “I never took any steps toward becoming president.”

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The Duke City Rep brain trust, Director of Marketing Janaiah Tanner, Kristi Wiley, Amelia Ampuero and Frank Green
Elizabeth Dwyer Sandlin

Theater News

A New Company’s IPO

Duke City Rep reaps dividends by building Trust

If all Albuquerque’s a stage, and all Burqueños merely players, then the folks behind Duke City Repertory Theatre are those talented understudies waiting giddily in the wings for their big shot at the spotlight.

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Courtesy of the Artist / jaymestone.com

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Banjo Jazz? Sure, Why Not?

Jayme Stone's Folklife

Two-time Juno award-winning banjoist and composer Jayme Stone performs folk, jazz and chamber music while both defying and honoring the banjo's role in the world's music.
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