Alibi V.26 No.29 • July 20-26, 2017 
Terry Tempest Williams

Culture Shock

The Country in Both Darkness & Light

Terry Tempest Williams’ The Hour of Land

Williams is one of the United States' preeminent nature writers, who in an act of civil disobedience, purchased land leases intended to be sold for development of oil and gas. In her most recent work, she poignantly unpacks the multitude of histories that are embedded in 12 national parks and monuments

Theater Review

Sister Act

Nunsense 2 in all its hilarity at Aux Dog

“Habit humor,” driven mostly by the music that is Nunsense 2's centerpiece, makes this play a welcome weekend diversion.


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.