Alibi V.26 No.39 • Sept 28-Oct 4, 2017
Baked Goods Tears over the Year Card renewal instigates real reflections Rimni Grammer sets out to find the most cost effective place to renew her medical cannabis license.
News on the Green Ultra Health partners with Israeli pharma company, cannabis found to be the opposite of a gateway drug , Albuquerque mayoral candidate plans to legalize cannabis in the city, a university opens a "weed college" and Snopes debunks the marijuana-Fentanyl myth. Kids Meditation for Kids Sunday, Oct 22: 10am-12:30pm Kadampa Meditation Center New Mexico
Kids 4 to 13 learn how to build a space of inner strength and confidence by developing their good qualities.
Song & Dance Antigoni Goni Sunday, Oct 22: 3-5pm Las Placitas Presbyterian Church
Greek classical guitarist Antigoni Goni performs works by Tárrega, Bogdanović, Domeniconi, Hadjidakis, Ourkouzounov, Theodorakis and Merlin.
Words Ol’ Max Evans: The First Thousand Years Sunday, Oct 22: 4-6pm KiMo Theatre
Fast paced ride through life and times of internationally renowned, best selling author Max Evans. Evans shares his stories of Hollywood, ranching, publishing houses and brawls with Sam Peckinpah.
Words Ferocious Feminists Fight for Immigrant Rights Sunday, Oct 22: 6-8pm Teatro Paraguas Studio
Featuring poets and activists Isabel Ribe and Tara Evonne Trudell and an open mic for performers on the topics of immigration, borders, exile, and expatriation. All proceeds go to the Santa Fe Dreamers Project.
Stage An American in Paris Sunday, Oct 22: 7:30pm Popejoy Hall
A Tony Award-winning musical about an American soldier, a mysterious French girl and indomitable European city, all yearning for a new beginning in the aftermath of war.