Alibi V.19 No.46 • Nov 18-24, 2010 
Stacey Suarez


Illusion, Manipulation and Sleight of Hand

The life of a magician’s assistant

Stacey Suarez never set out to be a magician’s assistant. It just kind of happened that way.

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Book Review

When Brains Go Bad

I’m already pretending I have most of these diseases

The Mind's Eye

The human brain is a 3-pound lump of fat and blood vessels that contains all of a person’s hopes, dreams, fears, obsessive thoughts and the location of my keys. It’s a miracle of natural engineering. I’m in awe of its complexity and of the fact that electrical impulses and neurotransmitters account for the sum of my experience. Way to go, brain.

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John Bear

Culture Shock

The Art Is Getting Away

I was a teenage tagger. My high school was administered by lapdogs of the dark prince. The only logical way to deal with them was to grab a fat-tipped marker and write a three-, four- or five-letter moniker, probably with the word "one" tacked on to the end (BEARONE, for example). The adults hated graffiti more than anything.

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Afropop Experts Come to Burque

Afropop Worldwide Welcome Party

Executive producers of the NPR radio show visit in conjunction with the Making Africa exhibit at the Albuquerque Museum.


Grab A Tissue

A Good Cry

Performative videos and sculptural installations, the exhibition questions and scrutinizes the the nature of crying behavior.


Adjust the Climate

C19 Now!: The Climate for Indigenous Activism

renowned journalist and documentary film-maker specializing in coverage of Indigenous Peoples and events, Jenni Monet and Dr. Jennifer Nez Denetdale discuss climate issues.