Alibi V.19 No.45 • Nov 11-17, 2010 ››
The Pink Panther in Repose
When I first started working as the Arts and Literature editor at the Weekly Alibi, I wanted to send out requests for art.
“El Narco” by Sergio Sandoval
Expression by Any Means
The Talking Fountain Gallery & Boutique
Artist Katie Calico first saw a “talking fountain” while visiting Rome. The fountains don’t speak on their own—for centuries, they’ve served as meeting places for people to express themselves. Calico says they were even used during the Fascist regime in Italy, a time when freedom of speech was curtailed.
This Guy Ain’t Right
Mother Road gives catching a movie a run for its money
There's music in the dark. Someone shuffles onto the stage and sits, but a guitar strum cuts through the silence for a long while, almost too long. Uncomfortably long.
Beth Rodgers Photography
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
Bohemian pop and folk group Cactus Tractor perform the Beatles’ landmark album on the 50th anniversary of its release and selections from their own catalogue.
The Last Five Years
Follow a love story in an untraditional format, with one story moves forward in time while while the other story moves backwards meeting in the middle when they get married.
Art Opening and Glass Release
Jodie Hererra presents her design for the seasonal Berry Cider.
Improvising the Apocalypse
Voice actors from Radiation World and the improv troupe A Ewe Problem perform an entirely improvised storyline and create good old-fashioned post-apocalyptic hilarity.
Photo by David Zaintz
Figuratively Speaking Opening Reception
OUTstanding award winners Max Woltman and David Zaintz showcase their newest and best works for Pride.