Citizen LloydThin Line
Make your own damn movie! Devin D. O'Leary chats with Lloyd Kaufman, the Orson Welles of low-brow humor and high-volume gore. It's the perfect prelude to a weekend of screenings, special appearances and film classes with the renowned president of Troma Entertainment.
The Albuquerque Journal might be the most underachieving daily newspaper in America. (But, then again, you probably already knew that.)
Mad Cow Disease highlights yet another blunder by our federal bureaucracy.
Music legend Steve Earle performs at Santa Fe's Paramount Theatre.
Chewing the Fat
Richard Agee discusses the new menu at Atomic Cantina--a saloon that serves more than just stale chips.
His fractured fairy tales--from Pee Wee's Big Adventure to Edward Scissorhands to Ed Wood--tell of misunderstood social misfits happy (more or less) to live in worlds of their own creation. Tim Burton's latest, Big Fish, is both more of the same and a bold new direction for the merry misanthrope.
Tricklock Company presents the 2004 Revolutions International Theatre Festival, a three-week run of some of the finest fringe theater on the planet.
Rock the Best of Burque Ballot
Vote for your fave _____ via our virtual polling booth
The Daily Word in Flight 370, Flight 370 and more Flight 370
Rio Rancho High School newspaper offends "white girls".
New Mexico town of Bloomfield being sued over Ten Commandments monument.
Workers are preparing to go into the WIPP site and they are being very careful.
It's official: "Frozen" is gay.
Some alternative explanations for the disappearance of Flight 370.
Flight 370 may have changed course and remained in flight for an hour after "disappearing".
The two mystery men aboard Flight 370 were Iranian asylum seekers.
Fracking in Ohio caused a couple earthquakes.
Current Jeopardy! prodigy Arthur Chu has an unusual strategy that is pissing people off.
1969 TV show seems like a precursor to Lost. The pilot was written by Rod Serling.
Ballsy (and possibly hilarious) criminal defense attorney commercial.
Photo-bombing ass cracks at a video game tournament.
AJ Woods Cassette Release Venue Change
Tortuga Gallery Tonight!
Last minute change of venue for AJ Woods' tape release, the fourth location change for this show. Because AJ is willing to tempt fate with the audacity of Hercules, he is now also bringing a bag of black cats to dump in front of his path to the stage.
The previous location, published in this week's Alibi with an enthusiastic review of AJ's latest collection of dark folk-rock, had its electricity cut. Show up instead at Tortuga Gallery, 901 Edith SE for the same excellent opening acts: Javelina, San Diego's Labs and Julie Byrne from Seattle. If you like dark American folk-rock, this is the ticket.