.... Actually, you may be judged by your smell as this can be a primary indicator of intoxication. Or you just worked a shift behind the bar at Anodyne where a girl's hair, thanks to the high reach up to the bottles shelf—oh, nice ass, too—can end up more combustible than that orgy in Satyricon. This will make you appear drunk when really you smell like alcohol because it was dripping all over your hair every time someone ordered a fucking top-shelf Rum and Coke.
As always, the authoritIes want you to know the general neighborhood where the checkpoint will be however, Weekly Alibi cannot divulge the exact location. Somewhere in the vicinity of Walmart on San Mateo and the Long John Sliver's on Central APD will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint.
Avoid the cuffs and take advantage of the ever-increasing stable of ride services. By simply starting your night with a ride from one of Albuquerque's taxi services or, if you're under thirty, Uber. Unfortunately, AAA's Tipsy Tow service appears to have been discontinued in Albuquerque, but Albuquerque Cab does offer a free ride home (10pm-2am, Fri & Sat) through their Tavern Taxi service.
Tavern Taxi: (505)-999-1400
ABQ CAB: (505)-883-4888
Yellow/Checker Cab: (505)-247-8888
Green Cab: (505)-243-6800
New Mexico may soon have two different driver's licenses in order to comply with the Federal Real ID law.
Albuquerque may purchase land adjoining the Petroglyph National Monument in an effort to thwart development near the ancient site.
A local teen with Down Syndrome was robbed of his tablets, computer and other electronics he uses for school and to communicate with others.
Here is Stephen Hawking's list of top ways humans will destroy themselves and the planet.
Experts agree Sarah Palin must be the surprise guest at a Trump rally today.
North Korea claims to have invented booze that won't give one a hangover.
Bro, don't call him "pharma bro" anymore, bro.
The major rebuild of the eastbound I-40 Louisiana Blvd. off-ramp began last night and will be affecting traffic on I-40 and Louisiana Blvd. through June 2016.
Some folks are raising awareness of oil exploration plans in Rio Rancho.
Donald Trump's latest twitter dispute is with Tavis Smiley, who is asking the media to start asking why Trump is so popular rather than simply marveling at Trump's popularity.
Music and culture critic Robert Christgau writes about 6 things Bowie did in the '70s that changed music and culture.
The Free Range Kids movement is celebrating a new federal law that allows kids to walk to school at whatever age parents feel is appropriate.
World's most (in)famous county clerk, Kim Davis, will be attending the State of the Union address tonight.
You could be the proud owner of Anton LaVey's drawing of a "typical '70s male" if you have the economic might to win the eBay auction.
In order to conform to Federal "Real ID" law, New Mexico may start issuing two different driver's licenses.
Lawyers for the two former APD officers charged in the James Boyd shooting want the trial moved out of the Albuquerque area.
A remote rural area in China is now home to an enormous, gold Mao statue.
Obama gave an emotional speech today, introducing his executive action on gun control.
Disgraced former mayor of Toronto, Rob Ford, had a very expensive "sobriety coach" after he got out of rehab.
Design your own outrageous, 18th century wig. No, really. Try it.
Authorities are preparing to cut off heat and power to the—literally, soon—numb nuts who took over a building and a gift shop in a bird refuge in Oregon.
An APD officer shot and killed a man last night.
An Albuquerque city councilor wants to stop people from panhandling at lucrative on/off ramps.
New Mexico's oil industry isn't happy about the steep drop in oil prices.
There's a new police officer lapel recording of drunken Governor Martinez.
An appeals court ruled on behalf of an Asian-American band called The Slants that the government can't deny a copyright on the grounds that something is offensive.
Stop what you are doing and immediately grok this Steve Harvey "wisdom".
Accused child molester from Nob Hill magic shop who fled to Nepal 14 years ago is headed to court after being captured by the FBI.
Brad Winter will be replacing Dianna Duran as New Mexico's Secretary of State.
All Los Angeles area schools are closed today due to a "credible threat".
Nobody knows who the new owner of Nevada's largest daily newspaper is.
Less new magazines started in 2015 and less folded in the same period. Basically we're talkin' less print magazines, folks.
The Texas plumber who's work truck ended up in the Syrian civil war is suing the auto dealer for not removing his business decals and phone numbers.
A former inmate at the old NM state penitentiary is going digging in the exercise yard for buried evidence of illegal organ harvesting.
Albuquerque will have a parade honoring Holly Holm on December 6th.
Here's how the unscrupulous Martin Shkreli became the owner of a pharmaceutical company.
Pirelli Tires has a nifty 2016 calendar eschewing the usual models and exotica in favor of b&w photographs of respected female artists.
Some anti-abortion groups are working to make insurance coverage of IUDs less common by arguing IUDs are a "life-ending device" that violates the Religious Freedoms Act.
The last king of Ireland rules 150 people on Tory island.
You must hear what this pastor has to say about the audience in Bataclan who deserved to die by virtue of their attending an Eagles of Death Metal concert.
In case you really want to get an idea of how widespread government requests for internet-related personal information, the US released some long lists.
Local media is getting closer to finding out why, exactly, former APS Superintendent Winston Brooks was under investigation by his employer when he resigned.
A former Human Services Department worker has plead guilty to being involved in a conspiracy to defraud the SNAP/food stamps program.
Right before Thankgsgiving, New Mexico Department of Corrections is putting all 11 state prisons on a three day lockdown.
Things aren't getting better since Turkey shot down a Russian plane.
On a less serious note, here's a bestial Thanksgiving turkey story.
Here's a list of things Donald Trump believes are "true".
I could watch this video of a freighter losing control of its anchor over and over.
New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez is joining other states opposed to accepting Syrian refugees.
Road conditions are poor throughout New Mexico.
The Lantern Festival was a success, but The Sandia Speedway where it was held is to be fined for not having appropriate permits.
Albuquerque is ranked 6th in nation among "best digital cities" by some organization.
Sleeping, dreaming, eating lots of spiders.
While Obama was trying to be a voice of reason, he did ask for it; John McCain took the President up on his invitation to "pop off" about US foreign policy.
Because there is NO indication it's true, NYT pulled their story blaming encryption for the Paris Attacks.
Step aside and let Anonymous handle ISIS, says Anonymous.
Since opening in 1997, The Telephone Museum of New Mexico has been a hidden gem among Albuquerque museums –quite literally, due to its only signage consisting of two dimensional lettering on recessed entrance doors. Alibi is happy to report the long-time-coming of a three dimensional sign outside the downtown museum.
Museum vice-chair Tom Baker was overseeing the sign installation today and predicted that the improved signage would increase museum attendance, which he said has already increased since the removal of the 4th street pedestrian mall. For those who don't know, The Telephone Museum of New Mexico has three full floors of telephones, switchboards, paraphernalia, diaries and phone co. records and much much more. Among the telephones on display are some of the grooviest oddball phones from the '60s and 70's you will ever, ever see.
The Telephone Museum of New Mexico is open from 10:00am to 1:30pm every day and is staffed entirely by volunteers. Admission ranges from 1.00 to 4.00. The museum is located in Downtown Albuquerque at 110 4th NW, north of Central.